It’s a beautiful day so we thought we embark on a Trat walking tour. You know when you live a place but never really find the time to check out…
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If you live in Trat province and travel often, this blog post may be of interest to you and your pocket. They are not advertised widely, but Bangkok Airways have…
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Last Sunday we were joined by our neighbours, friends, family and five monks (always an odd number) from the local temple, Wat Lamphurai for Tambun Baan. Tambun Baan is a…
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Today, we are pleased to announce the grand opening of Thinglish Kitchen. Located in Khao Saming district just 9km from Trat City you will find a relaxed and peaceful place…
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Is There a Cinema in Trat? Even though we lived on Koh Chang for over 2 years and now on the mainland for six months common consensus was that there…
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We’ve been building a one-bedroom Thai house for our Thai parents over the last 2 or three months and this week, they moved in. After their retirement they moved from…
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The Khao Saming Orchid Festival is now in its forth year. The four-day event displays the best orchids to be found in Trat province. Member of the public can cast…
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Where to Eat in Trat If you are looking for a unique place to eat in Trat, you can’t go far wrong with Konpludthin Fishing Park. It’s a great place…
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If you are driving into the city along highway No. 3 from Bangkok, you can start to discover Trat at the province border point with Chantaburi. Most people, our selves…
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Budthamonthon can be found near Trat ‘Green’ City, a small but busy market town in Trat Province (population 20K) in the South-East of Thailand between the Gulf of Thailand and…
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