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  Air Trang has its own airport in Mueang district. Nok Air operate daily flight to Trang Airport.


Trang is one of the southern destinations offering a train routes to Bangkok’s Hua Lamphong central station starting from Thung Song Station in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, this south-western route passes Huay Yod station to Muang station and end at Kan Tang terminal in Trang.

Road Major road to and from Trang are:

  1. Highway No. 4 (Bangkok-Chumphon) to Highway No. 41 (Surat Thani-Thung Song- Huai Yot-Trang), total distance of 828 kilometres.
  2. Highway No. 4 (Bangkok-Chumphon) to Ranong-Phang-nga-Krabi-Trang, total distance of 1,020 kilometres.
  3. Highway No. 404-416 (Satun-Palian-Trang), total distance of 140 kilometres.
  4. Highway No. 4-407 (Hat Yai-Phatthalung-Trang), total distance of 148 kilometres.
  5. Highway No. 4-402 (Phuket-Phang-nga-Krabi-Trang), total distance of 312 kilometres.

Passenger Vans

These vans ply between Trang and neighbouring provinces on a regular basis.

Songthaew (public passenger pick-up vehicles)

Songthaew are the most popular form of local public transportation around both the town and rural areas.


There are buses to and from Trang to Bangkok and every province in the south.

Boats to islands

Trang has 3 main piers for boats to the islands, they are Pak Meng Pier, Ban Chao Mai Pier, and Kuan Thung Kuu Pier.



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