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KOH KRADAT
Slightly on the northeast of Mak Island, Kradat Island got the name from its abundance of alocasia or kradad. This island is also known for its long white sandy beach, beautiful coral reefs and its legal land certificate that belonged to the King Rama 5, making it safe from the French colonization.
KOH RANG
This small island is located on the west of Koh Chang. Due to its geography, the landscape is not suitable for any building thus there is no resort on this island. As a result, Koh Rang is still abundant with the bird nest concession, bat's dung, and sea turtle eggs. The stone under the sea makes a great contrast with the magnificent deep-sea corals are sure to make your trip unforgettable.
KOH CHANG YUTTHANAWI MEMORIAL
Located on Ngop Cape, the memorial commemorates the naval engagement between Thai and France on January 17, 1941 and is also home of the navy with the statue of the father of Thai navy, Prince Chumporn, and a museum that looks like a warship and displays the equipment and armaments related to the Koh Chang Naval Battle in the past.
WAT BUPPHARAM
Make your visit at this temple with the oldest wooden hall in Trat since mid 17th century and don’t forget to have a glance on the surviving murals created in the early Rattanakosin. Located on Plai Khlong Road, inside is also a great museum in the temple displaying many ancient relics, Buddha images in different postures, and Chinese and European porcelain.