Very Thai busy city - great markets - we especially liked the occassional ones at the station and a huge second hand one in the city centre We had some fantastic food in a dim sum restaurant and bought cooked chicken in advance to take onto the night train (the train food is not good.
leider ist dieser teil von thailand absolut ungeeignet um einen schönen urlaub zu verbringen. wenn man zum ersten mal in thailand urlaub macht und hier in der gegend stadt Trang oder insel Koh Sukorn ankommt, verbringt man sicher nie wieder in thailand seinen wohlverdienten urlaub
Trang is a few province in Thailand where it have all things here. Trang have beautiful waterfall, jungle trekking, cave, sea, island, diveside for snockle and scuba, unique culture festive and rich of delicious food.
Trang have convinience transportation by Airplane, Bus, Train and Pier.
Trang city center has shopping centres and restaurants, a railway station and airport. There is a new big c supermarket with a good food choice and outdoor eating area on the 2nd floor in the big c eating area.
Robinsons is only a songthaew away as is big clock.
JUST ANOTHER CBD, NOTHING SPECTACULAR, THE BEACHES AROUND 30KM AWAY ARE WORTH A LOOK WITH THE ROCK FORMATIONS BUT THE BEST THING ABOUT TRANG IS THE EXCELLENT ROADS IN AND EVEBN BETTER 'OUT' OF THE PLACE
Very simple and no-frills. Trang is what Thailand looks like for the Thais. A short distance (30 mins by van) away from the beach and 4 islands (including Ko Muk), for cheaper rates than from Krabi.
Some good nature hikes, including a very good waterfall hike at Sai Rung. Not much shopping to speak of. Very little English spoken outside the tour agencies. Good for the adventurous traveller on a budget, looking to visit the 4 islands while avoiding tourist hotspots like Krabi.
Trang is definitely worth a visit or two, as there are plenty of interesting things to do. Governor´s house, a canopy walk in a rainforest near Trang, very good southern food (Moo Yang - crispy pig.
.)nice and friendly thai people. It´s good to go there and get a glimpse of how Thailand tourism might have been 30 years ago.
We just spent 3 hrs in grand waiting for hour mini van to take us to the pier. The travel agents were very helpful and since the minivan was full they dropped us to the pier in their car.
Took a boat through a cave and saw rock formations (stalagtites.) That was fun. The town itself seemed to roll-up the sidewalks at dark and in the evenings seemed like a ghost-town.
We went to Robinson for food and grocery, get all we need there. On the way to our resort, we passed by the great Dugong Fountain at the city center, very amazed by this sculpture.
In the Friday evening, we saw a lot of night streets selling local dishes. Bought a lot of mango pulut thai, absolutely delicious. Aside from the city sightseeing, we also visited Rajamangala Aquarium Trang.
Very much people and lot´s of restaurants! Crowded and not so nice area! Not relaxing area only noisy and not so good beaches! I didn't like it! I like the island of trang!
A bustling, noisy, friendly city in which it is easy to get lost, so leave plenty of time for finding your way again when you are exploring on foot or in the car.
the one-way systems are complicated and there are very few direction signs to assist travellers. When you need to take a break, stop off for a while in one of the city's beautifully kept parks.
trang is a local city, but have a good seaside. their sea is a excited places, very beautiful sea, and if you are interested a snorkeling trip you must be here.
the important places is morakot cave, you will never seems it before. but if you are welling to have some fun in trang city is imposibble.
This comments is for all place in Trang (city beach cave ...) You will love this place if you have time please come to visit here You will love the beach .
.white sand clear water You will love the cave/ mountain .. feel fresh You will love the city .. mix culture
You will enjoy with the foods (especially Dim Sum in the morning) and sight seeing in Trang. There are many place to visit in town and also the beaches.
Very nice island are recommend to visit such as Morakot, Nhai, and Mook.
The city is very clean and rich of cultural/history. People are nice and helpful. The foods we have tried were excellent both in the hotel and outside.
However, tourists need to prepare yourself for the hot and humid weather of the city. If you come to trang do not forget to hire a "Tuk Tuk" (3 wheels vehicle) to take you for sightseeing around this beautiful city.
Trang itself is not worth stopping in but there is alot in the area. Go on to Nakhorn for lots of history and crafts or Pattalung for the outdoors.
Tang is very interesting city, nice island and beach, during vegetarian cerebration in Mid of October every year is good time to visit.
there is a parade and stuff very cool to see.
Just don't come to Trang during rainy season. Overall is good for traveler. Good people, peaceful city, delicious food, cheap budget.
Perfect!!! It's still quite compare to Phuket or Krabi... Trang Sea is still natural and beach is still quite, not too much tourists.
. Try Amphur Kan Trang, quite area with a lot of good seafood.. In Trang city, many good restaurant you must try
Good place for your vacation, variety of place, food and style to travel. Once in your life, I recommend you to go and travel there
Buy one day or two day trip and see many beautiful islands in Trang. Tour is cheap and comfortable. Lunch and diving are included.
Trang city will be your hub stop if you are headed to any of the surrounding islands for adventure, Koh Mook, koh Kradan etc.
(aprox 50min drive from Trang city to the coast/boat ) The south is not anything like the melting pot of Thailand 'BKK'
the nature is still ok and so different from Phuket where you can see so many tourists influx and make you inconvenient.
On a sunday night when we stayed there were three food markets to choose from and a number of wet/dry markets to visit.
Mostly like every other Thai town . a bit of atmosphere around the trainstation . A small Park and a shoppingcenter .
.. Not much else to see ... basically no cultural attractions.
I thought Trang was not that interesting. I would use it as a 1 night stop over to go to the Islands.
Hardly anybody speakes English here. It looks like only the owners of the accommodation we stayed at
city of trang is far away, but pakmeng beach have almost all you need for your simple low cost holiday
Trang has a very beautiful green emorald sea, worth to go visit. but price for food is extreemly high.
Nothing special. The most interesting thing is marketplace in the middle of a street in the evening.