The province is located on the coast
of the Andaman Sea, and contains 46 islands together
with the mainland area. There are only few plains, and
most of the area is hills. The Khao Luang and the Banthat
mountain range are the sources of the two main rivers
of the province, the Trang River and the Palian River.
It has along western coastline of about 119 kilometres.
The province consists of an archipelago in the Andaman
Sea with over 46 islands. Of these, 12 are in Amphoe
Kantang, 13 in Amphoe Palian and 21 in Amphoe Sikao.
The best time for sea travel is during October to May.
Situated along the Andaman coast, Trang province is
home to innumerable beautiful islands, while the mountainous
eastern region is home to dramatic waterfalls, caves
and pristine jungle. Between the mountains and the coast
are extensive plantations of rubber.
The southern coast of the province is protected in
the Mu Ko Phetra National Park. The estuary of the Trang
River together with the Hat Chao Mai Marine National
Park and Ko Libong Non-hunting Area are also a registered