is a marine national
park in Amphoe Palian and Amphoe La-ngu in Satun. The area was
proclaimed a national park on 31 December 1994 and comprises islands
such as Ko Phetra, Ko Khao Yai, Ko Lanti, Ko Lidi, Ko Bulon, Ko
Laoliang, and Ko Praoma. Access can be from Pak Bara Pier in Satun.
The most suitable time for a visit is during December-April. There
is tourist accommodation near park hedquarters. For more information,
please contact the Marine National Park at tel. 561 2920-21 to the
Mu Ko Phetra National Park Division at Tambon Pak Nam, Amphoe Langu,
Satun, tel. (074)
is a Tambon in Palian,
only 3 kilometres from shore via the Trang-Palian road
(Highway No. 404). The island has many
lovely beaches. In addition, it is renowned in the province for its
delicious watermelons, which is abundant in March and April. To get
there, take a bus on Trang-Palian route or a vanfrom Amphoe Muang for approximately 35 kilometres and cross a
ferry at Tha Kham Pier in Palian. Boats leave twice daily at 10.00
hrs. and 14.00 hrs. The trip takes 40 minutes. Alternatively, embark
a boat at Ta-se Pier in King Amphoe Hat Samran by using Highway no.
404, turn right at Ban Na intersection and drive for around 18
kilometres and then left for another 7 kilometres or so. The total
traveling time is 20-30 minutes. The boat rent is 500 baht for 10
people. There is tourist accommodation on the island.
is 45 kilometres from
the city. Go on the Trang-Phatthalung road for about 17 kilometres,
right onto the Ban Kachong-Ban Hat Lao road for (Highway
for about 27 kilometres and left for 1 kilometre. This large and
beautiful waterfall of Trang has water that drops down 320 metres of
rocks. The source is in the Banthat Mountain Range. Assorted
tropical flora cover the surrounding area. Visions can go by car to
the waterfall in every season.