"Special Covid-19 Terms and conditions (Free refund, amendments and cancelation up to 72 hours before departure until 31 October"

จุดหมายปลายทาง: ตราด

Trat Ferry Travel to and from Koh Mak and Koh Kood
The city of Trat is a major launching point for travelers to visit the province’s 52 islands. Laem Sok Pier is the foremost gateway of the Province due to its proximity with the islands and hosts a constant flow of ferries, speedboats, hightails and private seafaring vessels. From wherever you start in the city, a motortaxi, songthaew or tuk-tuk will be there to take you to the pier. Make sure to request the driver turns the meter on or ask for the price of the fare before the ride or else you may find yourself taken advantage... อ่านเพิ่มเติม

ตารางเวลาเดินเรือไปยัง: ตราด

จาก เกาะกูด

ออกจาก ไปถึง เวลาเดินทาง ราคา
( ชั่วโมง )

( USD )

จาก เกาะช้าง

ออกจาก ไปถึง เวลาเดินทาง ราคา
( ชั่วโมง )

( USD )

ตารางเวลาเดินเรือจาก: ตราด

ถึง เกาะกูด

ออกจาก ไปถึง เวลาเดินทาง ราคา
( ชั่วโมง )

( USD )
( ชั่วโมง )

( USD )

Trat Introduction

Trat is the easternmost province of Thailand, bordering Chanthaburi Province to the northwest, the Gulf of Thailand to the South and Cambodia to the East. The province is home to beautiful islands such as Koh Kood and Koh Mak, easily accessible from the busier areas of Bangkok or Pattaya, and is most famously known for its gemstone mining and training. It was founded by Chinese merchants and proved successful because of its strategic location. The city celebrates its independence every year from March 23rd to the 27th when it was liberated from French control. The city has drawn an influx of Thai, Chinese, Lao and Khmer people, especially during the horrors of Pol Pot that forced tens of thousands of Cambodian refugees to flee to safer grounds.

Trat Information

  • Trat Culture & Local

    The province of Trat borders Cambodia, separated by the Khao Banthat mountain range. The city of Trat is an iconic holiday destination because of it’s blend of traditional Thai charm with modern nightlife that accommodates western lifestyles. The temple Wat Bupharam reflects this idea as it is built in early Rattanakosin (late 1800s) architectural style and houses ancient relics such as Buddha statues and European porcelain items. This points to early commercial exchange with the wider world that Trat continues to engage in today. The most famous local products come from fruit harvesting and gem mining. The most famous produce is Rakam Wan, a sweet variety of palm fruit, followed by the Trat Si Thing Pineapple as well as an herbal rubbing oil called Namman Lueang. Gem miners revere the precious Siamese Ruby, especially now that their numbers are depleted and becoming increasingly rare.

  • Trat Accommodation

    Accommodation in Trat depends on how the city plays into your travel plans. For those taking advantage of Trat’s proximity to the islands, guesthouses such as Residang Guesthouses, Trat Center or The S.A. Hotel provide housing within a short distance of the pier as cheap as 600 baht a night. Those looking to get more familiar with the city can stay at higher end places such as the Mairood Resort, Centara Chaaan Talay Resort & Villas, or Banpu Resort and Spa. Travelers on a budget won’t have a hard time finding a place to lay your head. The Laoya Inland Resort and Suan Sam Chan Beach Resort are even more affordable options to enjoy the beach and the town. Because of Trat’s notoriety as a launching point to the islands, all sorts of people with all sorts of motivations find their way to Trat.

  • Things to do in Trat

    Religious buildings such as the Chinese City Pillar, Wat Buppharam and Wat Plai Klong all attract interest from travelers. The City Pillar is known for its incredible color and ornate carvings while Wat Buppharam holds the largest Teak Buddha in the world. For natural beauty, the Saphan Hin waterfall lies off the 318 highway and is a big destination for Thai nationals. Thailand is the only southeast Asian country that escaped colonialism, but Trat is unique in that the French briefly occupied the area. Although they did not impart much cultural significance, the remnants of their presence can be seen at the historical sight of the former colonial governor's mansion at Residang Rampart on Rhak Muang Road. If architecture or natural features is not for you, there are opportunities to ride an elephant tour and stroll through the canopy.

  • Getting Around Trat

    If you plan on doing more than lounging on the beaches in Trat there’s the issue of getting around. The town is small enough to walk, but there are also renting options of pedal bikes and motorbikes to cover ground faster. If you’d rather not bear that responsibility there are motorbike taxis that can take you anywhere in town including of course the bus terminal and the pier. These rides go for around 30 baht. The alternative is to catch a Tuk Tuk that charges 20 Baht per person.


  • ออกจาก :
  • ไปยัง :
  • วันที่ออกเดินทาง :
  • วันที่เดินทางกลับ :
  • ผู้ใหญ่ (9+) :
  • เด็ก (2-9) :
  • ทารก (0-2) :
  • บัตรวีซ่าการ์ด  บัตรมาสเตอร์การ์ด  PAYPAL  เครื่องหมายรับรองความปลอดภัยทางอิเล็คทรอนิคส์ รักษาความปลอดภัยโดยการเข้ารหัสที่ระดับความละเอียด 256 บิท
5 ขั้นตอนง่ายๆ ในการจอง

  • Visa
  • Master Card
  • American Express
  • รับรองโดย Paypal
  • รับประกันความปลอดภัยโดย Paypal
  • รักษาความปลอดภัยโดยการเข้ารหัสที่ระดับความละเอียด 256 บิท
  • เครื่องหมายรับรองความปลอดภัยทางอิเล็คทรอนิคส์
We use cookies to provide a personalized experience for our users. Read more from our Cookie Policy.