- Phuket FantaSea Cultural Theme Park
- Phi Phi Islands Tour with Express Boat
- James Bond Island Full-Day Tour via Big Boat
- Coral & Racha Islands Full-Day Tour
- Whitewater Rafting & 4-Wheel-Drive Adventure
- Sea Kayaking at Ang Thong Marine Park
- Flying Hanuman Ziplining Experience
- Canoeing Excursion in Phang Nga Bay with Thai Buffet Lunch
- Introduction to City Tour
- John Gray's Cave Canoeing Tour in Phang Nga Bay
Trekking in Trang
Trang province is a lush agricultural and densely forested area with limestone caves and waterfalls providing plenty of opportunities for trekking, kayaking and exploring.
To the south lies Banthad, a large mountain with more than 20 waterfalls and a wide variety of wildlife. At Tone Teh Waterfall in the Palian District, the water falls 320m. It's a lovely place to go trekking with an experienced guide.
Trang Trekking Club, founded by Khun Pratheep Jongthong, has five selected routes varying from moderate to challenging, using local village guides. These guys know the forest and wildlife and can advise on ways to appreciate the it without disturbing its inhabitants.
Trang Trekking Club
Contact K. Pratheep Jongthong
Libong Tourist Office
59/1 Thaklang Rd. Trang, Trang 92000
Tel. (075) 214676, (01) 6068530
Kayaking in Trang
Trang's dramatic limestone formations give plenty of caves and interior lagoons to explore. The water is clear and the backdrop is stunning. You can take sea kayaking tours and paddle around these lovely islands with local kayaking experts PaddleAsia. The trips are suitable for experienced paddlers as well as complete novices, with instructions given when required. Note: In low season (May-Oct) the Trang area is subject to waves and recommended for experienced paddlers only. During high season (Nov-April) It's perfectly calm and safe.
Trang Hot Springs
This natural hot spring has a constant temperature of 60C. degrees - located around 10 kilometers from Kantang.
Caves of Trang
Khao Kop Cave, about seven kilometres from the district office on Phetchakasem Road, is a natural wonder. Stalactites and stalagmites line the cave and a stream fed by water from the Banthat Mountain Range flows through it. The Khao Kop Tambon Administration Organization provides rowboats for visitors to view the cave and local tour companies operate eco-tours through it.