is approximately 21
kilomatres from the city on the Trang-Phatthalung Road. This is one
of the more attractive placed of southern Thailand. There is an
abundance of large trees, streams and waterfalls like Ton Yai, Ton
Noi and Ka Chong. This is the first nature and wildlife study place
in Thailand. In addition, the “nature study trail” is a walking
trail ideal for studying nature up close. Signs along the trail
provide information on the environment. “The Museum and Exhibition
Building” has exhibitions on nature and natural resource
conservation. More information can be obtained from the station at
Mu 7, Tambon Chong, Amphoe Na Yong, P.O. Box 4, Trang.
is in Khlong Lam Chan
Wildlife Reserve, 17 kilometres from the city on the Trang-Phatthalung
route, then a right on the Ban Ka Chong-Ban Hat :ao road (Highway
No. 4124) for about 1 kilometre. A large swamp in the park is the
most number of birds is January-March. The park is a peaceful place
suitable for relaxation, tourism of overnighting. Permission must be
obtained in writing from the Chief of wildlife Reserve Section,
Wildlife Conservation Division, Royal Forestry Department, tel.
5614292-4 ext. 714.
is the most famous
product of Na Mun Si, a Tambon in Trang. Currently there is a
women’s Na Mun Si weaving group that maintains the weaving heritage
of the area. Visitors can see the road to Khao Chang Hai Cave, or
about 5 kilometres on Na Mun Si Road. For further information,
please contact the Amphoe Na Yong Community Development Office, tel.
242431. About 300 metres away is the Tambon Na Mun Si Local
Heritage Museum that is the local cultural centre to preserve local
arts and handicrafts. Over 300 ancient utensils and artifacts are on
is in Khao Chong
Botanical Park on the Trang-Phatthalung Road in Amphoe Na Yong,
about 7 kilometres from the district office. The majestic waterfall
falls from a high mountain down a cliff and rocks. It is very
popular with locals who visit it in large numbers everyday.