Trang Hotel

Address: 134/2-5 Wiset Kun Rd. Tubteang, Trang, Trang, 92000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 134/2-5 Wiset Kun Rd. Tubteang, Trang, is near Ban Chiang and Koh Sukorn.
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    Travel Blogs from Trang

    Exploring our new home, Phatthalung!

    A travel blog entry by safaristef on Nov 10, 2015

    63 photos

    ... but it will get us in shape I hope! We..were..dripping..sweat. Like sweat poured off of me, it was torture! I am used to sweating now, I am soaked after each class, it is SICK! When will we adjust?!! I found a turtle crossing the road, so I rescued it, and we have ate lunch on a floating boat restaurant! We found a troop of monkeys last weekend too! They had come down from a mountain and were playing on a roof of a shop, we watched them for an hour I bet, it was my dream ...

    Koh Mook - Emerald Cave and Snorkelling

    A travel blog entry by emma_roberts on Feb 03, 2015

    13 photos

    ... my guide had played the sea monster with the little kids, we swam I swam back through the cave as I wanted to hear the sounds of the cave with no one else in it - from a different enter ace to the cave the sea sounded so rough, luckily we went back a different way! It was so tranquil swimming through the cave :) the French gentleman came swimming up behind but was wearing a snorkel and swimming under water so didn't realise he was under a low hanging rock when he stood up - still makes ...

    Thailand - Phatthalung

    A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Nov 12, 2014

    38 photos

    ... and coming up to me and shaking my hand. It was both a humbling and fulfilling experience.

    The following day i checked out of Cathay in Hat-Yai and took a very long, 15hr train journey to Hua Hin. Funnily enough, a Malaysian lady and 2 Japanese travellers, who were also staying at Cathay went on the same train. The 2 Japanese guys were in the sleeping carriage and the Malaysian lady went 2nd class. Me being me, went 3rd class, so even though we were all on the same ...

    The tranquil island of Koh Mook

    A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Apr 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... cave the sea looked as though it was boiling it was that unpredictable and choppy. The cave entrance again was hard to even spot amongst the lapping waves and we dared not even risk getting close to the rocks let alone attempting to get through a small tight 80 meter long channel to the Emerald cave and with the weather closing in we paddled with all our might in the viscous waters to make it back to Charlie beach.

    Once back and dry and sorted the heavens opened ...

    Here's Mooking At You

    A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Jan 24, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... doesn't look much, and it's not clear that there's much of a cave after it (apart from the recently added signpost, but I'm quite confident that the pirates were more discreet than that). Our guide donned a headtorch, and told us to stay close together as we swam through the cave. For the first few metres, the dim light reflected from the pale green water, and light patterns danced on all of the rocks around us. It was beautiful and ethereal. Then we swam around a ...