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Restaurants in Trang

Province: Trang | Category: Beach | Link to this attraction

WORKING HOURS
06:00 - 22:00

CONTACTS
075 274 014

COORDINATES
GPS
7°29'16.3"N 99°19'51.2"E
Decimal
7.487870, 99.330882

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Yok Yor restaurant ยกยอ

Many locals come to this beach-side restaurant for seafood. Food here is truly delicious.
Try fried fish cooked without any spices. Name of the dish in Thai ปลาทอด, type of fish to order ปลาสำลี

 Restaurants in Trang

Markets

Province: Trang | Category: Market, Shopping | Link to this attraction

It is easy to find a market in Thailand. They are everywhere, in cities and often along highways. This makes it really convenient when you are traveling as you don’t need to pack food with you or worry about finding a restaurant in an unfamiliar place. At the market, you can find everything from the main dish to a dessert and of course, fresh fruits.
Naturally, small-towns’ markets are cheaper. We often choose our food by the look and smell and it never failed us. It also makes shopping more interesting.

Markets

Laytrang restaurant

Province: Trang | Category: Market | Link to this attraction

WORKING HOURS
06:00–14:00 17:00–22:00

CONTACTS
075217700

COORDINATES
GPS
7°33'28.3"N 99°36'26.5"E
Decimal
7.557857, 99.607366

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We’ve heard a lot about food in Trang and decided to taste some of their specialties. Here are some that, we think, are worth trying.
Dim Sums (ติมซำ) are a favorite dish for breakfast (6.00 – 12.00). Dim Sums are steamed in small rattan baskets and usually include either fish or shrimp or pork with veggies.
Also, try local coffee (โกปี) with Patonko (ปาต้องโก) which is a Thai version of Chinese donuts or simply put, deep-fried dough

Laytrang restaurant

Wat Phra Mahathat Temple, วัดพระมหาธาตุวรมหาวิหาร

Province: Trang | Category: Nature, Temple | Link to this attraction

CONTACTS
075 343 411

COORDINATES
GPS
8°24'40.7"N 99°57'58.1"E
Decimal
8.411291, 99.966133

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The name of the province comes from Pali-Sanskrit name Nagara Sri Dhammaraja that translates as the City of the sacred King of Dharma in English. This name was transformed in Thai into Nakhon Si Thammarat. Thai people often call their province Nakon.
The main treasure of the province is the Temple of Phra Mahathat.

Wat Phra Mahathat

Wat Phra Mahathat Temple is one of the most important and oldest temples in Thailand, as well as one of the 6 first class Royal temples. Chedi or stupa that takes the central place of the temple is 78 m high, surrounded by 173 small stupas. The main stupa is believed to contain a tooth relic of Buddha.
The base of the stupa is surrounded by a gallery with many Buddha statues. You can get to the main stupa through the building of Viharn Phra Nang Ma. The image of the stupa is a symbol of the Nakhon Si Thammarat province and is depicted on the 25 satang coin.

Wat Phra Mahathat Temple, วัดพระมหาธาตุวรมหาวิหาร