Trang Beaches, Trang Islands, Beaches and Islands in Trang, Beautiful Island in Trang

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Trang Attractions
Beaches
Hat Yong Ling and Hat San
Location : Kantang District
This is one of the most beautiful beaches in Trang which located on the way to Chao Mai Beach. Hat Yong Ling and Hat San are curved beaches that run parallel to a pine forest. At the end of the beach is a high mountain with holes and caves that can be passed through to a cliff with more caves and rocks similar to a fortress encircling sand dunes. The beach is ideal for swimming and rest. There is a park’s headquarters and a tourist service centre.

How to get there: Hat Yong Ling and Hat San located on the way to Chao Mai Beach and a 2-kilometer road leads to Hat Yong Ling.
Administered by : Hat Chao Mai National Park
Long Beach (Had Yao)
Location : Kantang District
Long Beach (Had Yao)
Long Beach (Had Yao)
Had Yao or Long Beach extends from a mountain in the shape of a shark’s fin to the north. The crystal clear water and white sand with lovely sea pines line the beach. Had Yao is suitable for camping and there is private accommodation available.

How to get there: Had Yao is situated in Moo 6, Koh Libong Sub-district, just 47 kilometers away from Trang downtown.
Chang Lang Beach
Location : Sikao District
Chang Lang Beach is though rested near Pak Meng Beach. The sand here is very clean and white of crystal clear water and shallow sea. Chang Lang Beach is another good place to ride your bicycle and to watch the sunset in a romantic mood.
Administered by : Hat Chao Mai National Park
Chao Mai Beach
Location : Sikao District
Chao Mai Beach, when traveling by the scenic route, the last part of the journey runs along the beach from Pakmeng village to the park office with good views of the Andaman Sea and the many islands. In the northern part of the park, the beaches are very beautiful but dangerous for bathing as the sea has strong currents which can quickly sweep swimmers away. The beaches near headquarters and in the south of the park are beautiful and much safer.

How to get there: Chao Mai Beach, the park headquarters are 59 kilometers from Trang City via the scenic route or 47 via Kantang town.
Pak Meng Beach
Location : Sikao District
Pak Meng Beach is a beautiful and peaceful about 5 kilometers long beach, which the beach is in the shape of a crescent moon. The beach covers with a pine forests. Assorted large and small islands dot the sea, looking like a person lying face up in the ocean. Trang locals and people from nearby provinces like to come here to relax and sample spicy seafood in the restaurants. Moreover, boats from Pak Meng Pier can take visitors to Koh Ngai and other islands close as well.

How to get there: Pak Meng beach is located at Moo 4, Mai Fat Sub-district, about 40 kilometers from Trang City on the Trang-Sikao-Pak Meng road (Highway No. 4046-4162).
Administered by : Hat Chao Mai National Park
Islands
Koh Chueak - Koh Waen
Location : Kantang District
Koh Chueak
Koh Chueak
Koh Chueak - Koh Waen are small islands between Koh Muk and Koh Kradan, the islands are blessed with amazingly colorful shallow and deepwater corals that are the habitat of many types of fish. Moreover visitors will enjoy with diving and snorkeling around Koh Chueak - Koh Waen

How to get there: Visitors can take boats from Pak Meng Pier to the islands. Boats leave regularly on the same route as to Koh Muk and Koh Kradan. The 50-minute trip costs 1,500 baht/day for a chartered boat.
Administered by : Hat Chao Mai National Park
Koh Libong
Location : Kantang District
Koh Libong is largest island in Trang Sea with an area of 40,000 square kilometer, it is part of the Libong Archipelago Wildlife Reserve whose headquarters are located here. Koh Libong is a haven for holidaymakers, there are many fishing villages where most of the residents are Muslims. Around the island are masses of seaweed where rare herds of manatees can be seen and is also the home of a native variety and migratory birds that are most abundant in winter.

The island there is many capes and beaches such as Tup Beach, Chu Hoi Cape, Thuat Cape and To Chai Cape. Visitors can walk across the beach from Chu Hoi Cape at low tide to Tup Beach where numerous seabirds and mangrove birds from colder climates congregate during their migration. From Koh Libong, visitors can get a good view of Koh Chao Mai and Chao Mai Cape.

How to get there: Take a boat at Hat Yao Ban Chao Mai Pier. A boat leaves every hour and takes 30 minutes to get to the island. The boat fee is 400 baht per boat. 
Contact : Tel. 0 7525 1932
Hotels : Hotels in Koh Libong Area
Koh Muk and Morakot Cave
Location : Kantang District
Koh Muk and Morakot Cave is an ideal destination for tourists enthralled with beautiful nature and they are the most prominent points in the Trang Sea. Koh Muk is the most outstanding attraction and third large island in Trang. The island is nearly opposite Chang Lang Beach on the mainland, has impeccable beaches suitable for swimming and camping and lovely corals around the island that are worth exploring. In addition, The island is comprised of high and majestic cliffs facing the sea to the west, a fishing village on the east facing the mainland and swallows that make the numerous cliffs their home. Visitors can walk around Koh Muk. On Koh Muk to the west is Tham Morakot or Morakot Cave, a dazzling sea cave. It is the beautiful cave which hidden in the jungle among the cliffs. To access the cave, one must swim through a small entrance hole for 80 m. With light from the outside, emerald water can be seen inside the cave; it is unusual and amazing beauty by nature. Getting through the cave to the other side, one can the Hat Chao Mai National Park. The rest is privately owned. The island offers good restaurants and accommodation for tourists.

How to get there: Tourists can take a boat from Pak Meng Pier in Sikao District for the 40-minute trip. The rental fee for the boat is approximately 1,500 bahts / day. Accommodations are available on the island.
Administered by : Hat Chao Mai National Park
Hotels : Hotels in Koh Mook Area
Koh Kradan
Location : Kantang District
Koh Kradan
Koh Kradan
Koh Kradan is the most beautiful island in Trang, with area 240 acres (600 rai) in Hat Chao Mai National Park. Most of the island (5/6) is under the responsibility of the Hat Chao Mai National Park. Koh Kradan has powdery white beach and crystal-clear water that permits a great view of the coral reef underneath that stretches from the beach’s northern end to the coast.

A variety of colourful fish inhabit the shallow water corals. Koh Kradan is to the west of Koh Muk and Koh Libong. The rest is privately owned. The island offers good restaurants and accommodations for tourists.

How to get there: Visitors can take a boat from Pak Meng Pier or Chao Mai Pier to Koh Kradan. The trip takes 1½ hours. The boat rent is around 2,000-3,000 baht/day.
Administered by : Hat Chao Mai National Park
Hotels : Hotels in Koh Kradan Area
Koh Ngai
Location : Sikao District
Koh Ngai
Koh Ngai
Koh Ngai is commonly known as Koh Hai, a small island with a beautiful beach on the East side with coral reefs at the beach front. The beach long about 2 kilometers, white sand beach has a gentle slope which good for swimming, and visitor can snorkelling in the shallow water off the southeast tip - though be careful of sea urchins and the sharp stag coral. Koh Ngai is accessible by a chartered boat from Pak Meng Pier. Hotels in Koh Ngai Area

How to get there: It is about 20 minutes by speed boat from Pak Meng Pier located in Trang Province or from Saladan Pier on Koh Lanta, Krabi.
Koh Sukon
Location : Palian District
Koh Sukon is second large island in Trang surrounding with many lovely beaches. The island is a year-long attraction to experience the agricultural and fishing community way of life; for example, paddy farming, rubber planting, fishing, collecting shells, etc. In addition, it is renowned in the province for its delicious watermelons, which is abundant in March and April. Hotels in Koh Sukorn Area

Koh Sukon
Koh Sukon
How to get there: Koh Sukon is located about 3 kilometers from shore via the Trang-Palian road (Highway No. 404). Take a bus on Trang-Palian route or a van from Mueang District for approximately 35 kilometers and cross a ferry at Tha Kham Pier in Palian. Boats leave twice daily at 10.00 am. and 02.00 pm., the trip takes around 40 minutes. Alternatively, embark a boat at Tase Pier in Hat Samran Minor District by using Highway No. 404, turn right at Ban Na intersection and drive for around 18 kilometers and then left for another 7 kilometers or so. The total traveling time is 20-30 minutes.