Trat is the capital city of Trat province.Trat is located 400 kilometers from Bangkok, in the East of Thailand near the border with Cambodia. Travellers use Trat town as a connection to the stunning and elegant coast of Ko Chang, Ko Maak, and Ko Kut. Some of the places to visit while in Trat include
Wat Buppharam, the oldest temple in Trat, and the beautiful beaches of the Southeast Trat Coast. Trat city one of the most affordable towns in Thailand hence if you want a holiday and you are on a budget, Trat is the place for you.
Trat Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. If I am traveling with my infant to Trat, do I have to purchase a ticket for the infant?
A. Bangkok is the only airline flying to Trat. The airline requires that you buy an infant ticket which is 25% of an adult ticket. If you have already purchased your ticket, please contact the airline to purchase an additional ticket for the child. You can also request meals for the infant before 48 hours of departure time for international flights. The infant ticket charges are inclusive of infant luggage (10 kgs) and infant safety equipment.
Q. Can I upgrade my class after purchasing my ticket to Trat?
A. You can upgrade your ticket if the ticket that you purchased allows such changes. Please count us for confirmation on the type of ticket and airline. If changes are approved, we will modify the class on your behalf. You may have to pay additional charges if you are upgrading the ticket. And also an additional ticket change service fee may be charged.
Q. What are the popular attractions in Trat?
A. Wat Buppharam is one of the top attractions in Trat. It is the oldest wooden temple in Thailand that was established in the 1600s. The temple has a museum that showcases ancient Buddha images, ceramic and curio items.The southern Trat is also an excellent spot with fantastic beaches and fishing villages. Also, the coastal area in Trat offers the best seafood that you will find in Thailand. Tree Top Adventure Park is a great spot for offshore activities such as zip lining.
Q. What is the weather like in Trat?
A. Just like other parts of Thailand, Trat is subject to the annual monsoon rains, which are heaviest from June to September. The coolest and driest time of year is from December to February, and this is the best time to visit Trat.