Wang Sa Som Community

This is a tiny village located at the edge of Dong Na Tham forest, where, when winter comes, the empty fields with stone floor turn into a sea of wildflowers. Accompany that with a few myths and prehistoric paintings, and their homestay becomes a must for any traveler.

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Sakae Krang Basin Community

The floating homes in Sakae Krang have been granted full housing registration since King Rama V’s reign, over a century ago. Here, you can share their calm and cool lifestyle by taking a row boat to explore the area. Visit the old market...

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Laem Makham

Trat province was named after Yang Krat, a tree that naturally grows in abundance around this village, which is located on the shore of Makham cape. Its residents are small fishing boat owners who are known for their exceptionally light hearted...

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Ban Kook Pattana

The dialect spoken in this area probably dates back to the ancient Sukhothai time. Today, villagers have set their sights on reviving a tradition that was once a highly regarded form of entertainment: kite flying.

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Ban Tha Ma-O Community

This area is a remnant of the past, when the Wang riverfront signified the booming teak timber trade. A market was placed on the southern bank, while store owners such as Louis T. Leonowens and U Chan Ong built their homes across the river at Tha Ma-O.

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