Home

Liqour shop

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

Video rental shop

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

Homemart DIY store

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

Pro Cut hair styling

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

LPG station

Geotag Icon Show on map

If your car is fitted with LPG, this is the only place in Trat [so far] to fuel it.

Continue reading →

Park near central station

 Geotag Icon Show on map

This lovely park is a good example how outdated google-maps satellite photos can be.

The whole park, artificial lake, etc. look like an empty field there :)

Continue reading →

7-11 (Wi Watthana)

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

7-11 (Tat Mai)

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

7-11 (Sukhumvit)

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

Ketmanee massage

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

Seven Day Massage

Geotag Icon Show on map

Continue reading →

Water reservoir

 Geotag Icon Show on map A great place for a morning or afternoon trip on foot or bicycle (during night time some nasty dogs hang around, and only motor vehicles are safe from them). During the rainy season, they drain the reservoir in order to prevent flood, but it’s still a lovely place.

Continue reading →

Going from Trat to Cambodia

A mini-van from Trat bus station to Hat lek (Thai Border) is the fastest and most comfortable option.

Price is 120 Baht. They leave every hour, and the trip takes about 1.5 hours.

Continue reading →

How to get to Trat

From Bangkok By bus:
Busses go from Ekkamai Eastern Station or MoChit Northern Station. There are buses from Bangkok  international airport (Suvaranabhumi) as well, but they are not as frequent.

Continue reading →

Hidden park

 Geotag Icon Show on map The entrance to this hidden garden is almost invisible (might as well have been a house or a field). There’s no sign, but if you look inside, you’ll see the wagon in the photo, and that’s your only clue. Open until 18:00. Continue reading →