Here is the temple at the end of the canal, situated in Moo
3 Tambon Wangkrachae, two kilometers from the Tratís inner
temple was built in 1652 during the reign of King Prasat
Thong in the late Ayutthaya period.
Tourist spots include the ashes of the Buddha, Buddha images
of different styles and historical sites such as the vihara,
the belfry, Thai style priest house.
is expected to be at least 100 year olds but no evidence
indicating when it was exactly built has been found.In the middle of the pond is situated and old church, a
kilometer from the temple.Two lines of stones are used in communication between
the two banks and the church
The shrine of the townís guardian spirit lies on Luk Muang
Road near Wat Yothanimit, it is deferent from other shrines.The structure features a Chinese shag.It was assumed that.The Great King Taksin set up the shrine while
assembling his army to redeem the independence of the
country.While seizing Trat, it was said that, French troop saw
the provinceís residents pay respect to the shrine every
therefore tried to pull out the pole of the shrine but
They brought an elephant to extract the pole but it just
inclined but didnít fall.
The shrine was later renovated and is paid respect by
residents in the province up to present.
used to be the site to hold Tue Nam Pra Pipat Sattaya
Ceremony, or the state ceremony in which government
officials have to drink the oath of allegiance to declare
that they would be loyal to the country, in the time when
King Taksin gathered his army officers here after Ayutthaya
was broken by Burmese army.The main site of interest is the mural painting in the
Resident Kampot is situated on Luk Muang Road in the
municipal area.The site used to be the governorís house in the period
when French Troop ruled the province.The three-storey building features colonial
The building was used as a government office but nowadays
was in a state of declining.
was used as the residence of Krom Luang Chumpornkhet
Udomsak, the father of Thai Royal Naval Army.Red sand can be found nearby the area and site of
interests are villages of fishermen, namely Laem Hin and Ao
is set on Trat-Klong Yai Road, in Tambon Mai Rood about 50
Km from Tratís inner city.The center was established on the occasion of the 60 th
anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen in 1992.In the area are situated Ratchakarun Hall and the
museum in which the exhibition featuring the history,
lifestyle and household items of Cambodian refugees.