Trat is a city located in Thailand, one of the capitals of Trat Area and the Mueang Trat Area. The town situated in the east of Thailand, at the mouth of the Trat River, near the border with Cambodia. When the Vietnamese pushed the Khmer Rouge out from Cambodia in 1986, Pol Pot escaped to Thailand and made his main office in a plantation villa situated in Trat. It was constructed for him by the Thai Army and well known as the "Office 87". Trat is 316 km (196 miles) from Bangkok. Trat is also well known for its gemstone mining and trading.
The airport is in a small area which was built and operated by Bangkok Airways with only small aircraft. The airport has only one tarmac runway with a small open-air terminal for the passengers boarding in and out of the plane. In early 2015, the airport has accessible customs and immigration services, allows passengers to check-in through to their final places without having to do so at Suvarnabhumi Airport. At the current moment, Bangkok Airways operates five daily flights from Bangkok BKK to Trat with ATR-72 aircraft. There are many flights daily from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Trat provided by Bangkok Airways.
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The busiest month for tourism in Trat, Thailand is in January, followed by July and May. Rates for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, but you can save if you purchase well in advance via online bookings. Visitors are unlikely to visit Trat in August. Those likely to visit at these times will find it the least expensive month. Wind in Trat is normally extremely calm.
Ko Chang - It is an island located in Trat Province, Eastern Thailand. Ko Chang is Thailand's top 2 largest island and the biggest in Eastern Thailand. With about 5,500 permanent populations the island is not densely populated, but tourism (and development) has increased rapidly over the last few years. Ko Chang is the largest island in the Ko Chang Archipelago and, well known as Elephant Island, named after the elephant shape of its headland, although elephants are not indigenous to the island.
Ko Wai - Koh Wai is one of the beautiful islands that well known in Thailand. There is a ferry to bring tourists from the mainland to the beautiful island with an affordable fare. But visitors need to know that there is no electricity on the island and the island is tiny. The island is approximately 2 kilometres length and 1 kilometre’s width. There is an option for visitors to stay, which is in cheap and expensive hotels. The visitors can choose to stay in which hotels since there are limited hotels available.
Mu Ko Chang National Park - It is located on Trat eastern of Thailand. It is a marine national park with an area of 655 square kilometres (251 sq mi), including 52 preserved islands. It is popular among the tourist to visit since it is in Trat. The most famous island within the archipelago is Ko Chang and it covers an area of 213 km2 and is the main island in the Mu Ko Chang National Park, which became Thailand's 45th National Park in 1982.