Frequent travellers to Thailand and holidaymakers seeking a private hideaway in the country will be very familiar with the Thai capital of Bangkok and the well known island of Phuket. However, what better way to expand one’s horizons than to explore the little known province of Trang located facing the Andaman Sea towards the south of Thailand? Reside in Trang hotels and enjoy the privacy and serendipity of Ko Ngai and Hat Yong Ling and Hat San where natural caves and cliffs give an aura of adventure to the seasoned traveller, sail to Ko Chueak – Ko Waen, small islands with beautiful coral reefs and enjoy the tranquillity of Namtok Ton Te which is one of the most popular waterfalls in the province as well as its tallest. Excursions and activities in the province are abundant and for those residing in Anantara Sikao Thailand Resort & Spa, additional sightseeing can be done to attractions such as Koh Kradan which is arguably one of the most beautiful islands in Trang, the Had Chao Mai National Park and the Koh Mook and Emerald Cave.
For a tranquil evening, the Khuan Tamnak Chan Public Park is a splendid idea. Covering a significant area, the speciality of the park is in its splendid views of the wide open seas. Open daily from 8am to 6pm, this public park is well equipped with a myriad of facilities for its visitors. The Khuan Tamnak Chan Public Park has been developed extensively once its splendid location has been identified. The Park is replete with lush greenery and manicured lawns making for a very peaceful walk in the evenings. For those who wish to take a break, a resting pavilion has been erected and the views of the aquamarine ocean and the beautiful Kantang District make the walk well worth the effort and time.
Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.