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Route 1 : From Bangkok, take highway route no. 3 (Bangna-Trad Rd.) or Motorway to Chonburi, then use Highway no. 344 (Banbung-Klaeng) to Klang. Arriving at Klaeng, turn onto Highway no. 3. Instead go forward until to reach the Sa Kaew - Trad junction. Take the right turn and go all the way to Trad town. The total distance from Bangkok to Trat is 318 kilometers ... see more

There are 3 piers serving to Koh Chang. All of them are located in the Laem Ngob. To go to these piers take one of the Share Taxi in Trat. They can be easily found around the municipal market from as early as 6:00 am. Vehicle-carrying ferries and taxi or ... see more

The Ekamai Bus Terminal is the main terminal for the eastern provinces, which can be reached by the BTS Skytrain (Ekamai Station). The other station is at the Northern Bus Terminal (New Mo - Chit), on Kampaeng Petch Road ... see more

As the owner of the airport in the provincial capital of Trat, Bangkok Airways is the sole air carrier for service to Trat and Koh Chang. There are two flights a day from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport to Trat. One should be aware that even after the roughly one hour flight from Bangkok to Trat. ... see more

 

Attractions in Koh Chang, Trat

As one of the premier tourist destinations in Thailand, Koh Chang has innumerable attractions, ensuring that visitors with any interest will find something to keep them entertained on their holiday. The primary attractions on Koh Chang is the beaches, waterfalls, and neighboring islands. However, several fishing villages, a number of naval battle sights, and some opportunities for diving and snorkeling make Koh Chang are both an interesting and relaxing place to visit.

Trat mainland offers delightful scenery and a number of tranquil hideouts for beach and nature-lovers. The province also serves as a major fruit-growing, fishing, and gem mining region.The city of Trat is the primary launching point for trips to the popular Koh Chang island group as well as for forays to visit both gem markets and Cambodian border markets. The following are some of the most popular attractions on Koh Chang and Trat.

Recommended Attractions


1 Kai Bae View Point

Location : Kai Bae Beach, West of Koh Chang Kai Bae View Point Kai Bae View Point is one of the most popular beach on the western side of Koh Chang. Kai Bae Beach is situated to the south of Klong Prao Beach and boasts a 2-kilometre stretch of sandy beach. Beach filled with waste rock and coral remains. The slope is not very swim very well. Peaceful atmosphere is not crowded. Is the choice of a favorite tourist privacy. Kai Bae Beach also has beautiful beaches. Quiet then. Beach to see the four islands, Yuak Island, Pli Island, Man Nok and Man Nai Island are idyllically placed in front of the beach. During the summer months, at low-tide, Man Nai Island can be reached by foot. Kai Bae Beach Point is the most beautiful sunsets are another of Koh Chang.

How to get there
The easiest way to reach this Kai Bae View Point on Koh Chang is by Motorbike. Kai Bae View Point located just a 10 minutes walk from south Kai Bae Beach.

2 Ban Kwan Chang Elephant Camp

Location : Klong Son Bay, North West of Koh Chang  Baan Kwan Chang Elephant Camp Ban Kwan Chang is situated just inland from Klong Son Bay, off the main land road, it is easily. The camp is supported by the Asian Elephant Foundation who endeavour to maintain the Asian elephant population which has dwindled alarmingly in mainland Thailand in recent years. To get a real experience of the camp, you are able to go on half day elephant trekking tours in the morning, where you will be taking to various locations on the trek and get to have a break so the elephants can get to have a feed on the way. There is around 8 elephants altogether on the Ban Kwan Chang camp site all of which have different personalities, some of them were performing animals before arriving in Koh Chang; the others were working animals.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's piers, turn left to the main road to Klong Son Village.

3 Shrine of Chao Po Koh Chang

Location : Ao Sapparot Bay, Noth of Koh Chang Shrine of Chao Po Koh Chang Shrine of Chao Po Koh Chang is a highly valued shrine, especially by local people. Chao Po Koh Chang (the Deity of Koh Chang) has protected people on Koh Chang, its nearby islands and Trat on the mainland. Fishermen lost at sea or hit by monsoon put their faith in Chao Po Koh Chang. According to legend, many prayers have been answered and the locals have been praying to Chao Po Koh Chang regarding various hardships, from poor harvests to illness or other miseries. Hotels in Sapparod Bay Area

How to get there
Heading up a steep road on the west coast to Ao Sapparot, not very far from the pier. The shrine of Chao Po and Chao Mae Koh Chang located on your right.

4 Chai Chet Cape

Location : Klong Prao, West of Koh Chang Chai Chet Cape The Chai Chet Cape is a top destination on the amazing island Koh Chang in Thailand. Visitors come here to watch the nice sunset on their holidays and travel tours in Thailand. Chai Chet Cape is the long seaside neighboring the Kai Bae Beach, which is relatively steep but offers good possibilities for swimming. Bungalows with standard facilities are available. The northernmost area of Klong Prao Beach is adjacent to Chai Chet Bay and Beach where visitors can take in the beautiful landscape while enjoying the superb relaxation and tranquil retreat. Four kilometres south of White Sand beach, the scenic, rocky cape at Chai Chet Cape curves round into sweeping, casuarina-fringed Klong Prao Beach, one of Koh Chang's nicest beaches, not least because it has yet to see the clutter and claustrophobic development of both its neighbors.

How to get there
From Dan Kao Pier, Turn right and following to the road to White Sand Beach, distance total 14 Km. Then turn right into the alley about 800 metres.

5 Bang Bao Fishing Village - The Traditional Village life

Location : Bang Bao Bay, South West of Koh Chang Bang Bao Fishing Village Bang Bao Fishing Village is very interesting residents in the area build up their houses with poles pitched into the sea and the bridge reaching to every house is set up to link the community together. The Bang Bao Bay has been a sanctuary for fishing boats seeking shelter from the monsoon for over a century. Bang Bao is one of the zones rich with corals. Koh Mun Nok-Mun Nai is a small isle opposite Kai Bae Beach. The Beach around the isle can be seen at low tide. The sea in the area is some what shallow and plenty of gold-colour corals.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, drive away to the south west side of the island a distance total about 24 Km. The easiest way to get around the island is via Share taxi, a pickup truck with padded benches in the rear. Share taxi provide service along the two main roads and can be used as public transport or can be hired privately for a half or full day.

6 Bang Bao Pier Lighthouse

Location : Bang Bao Bay, South West of Koh Chang Bang Bao Pier Lighthouse Bang Bao is an old fishing village that has now largely been redeveloped for visitors to Koh Chang. It has spread out on a long pier that juts out into a large bay and which has now sprouted any number of side arms and sub-piers. There are lots of shops selling everything. There are also some excellent seafood restaurants here that come into their own as the sun sets over the bay. The pier is also home to several dive shops, a police station, a health centre and the convenient store. Many of the island's boat tours depart from here as well as ferries to Koh Mak, Koh Wai and Koh Kood. If you walk all the way to the end of the pier you will find an ornamental lighthouse that offers some great views to those that climb it.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, drive away to the south west side of the island a distance total about 24 Km. The easiest way to get around the island is via Share taxi, a pickup truck with padded benches in the rear. Share taxi provide service along the two main roads and can be used as public transport or can be hired privately for a half or full day.

7 Than Mayom Waterfall

Location : East of Koh Chang, Near Than Mayom Pier Than Mayom Waterfall Than Mayom Waterfall is the most famous waterfall in Koh Chang. It is located near the Than Mayom Pier with its entrance just behind the Koh Chang Marine National Park office on the east of the island. An approximately 400 metres walk along a paved concrete route, passing through a fruit orchard will lead you to the waterfall. Than Mayom is a 4 lever medium-sized waterfall set in fertile virgin rainforest that flows all the year round forming a large pool at its front. The first level has a large pool at the front of the waterfall where swimming is allowed. The first levels of the waterfall have the initials of two previous Kings of Thailand, Rama V and VI, engraved into the rock.

How to get there
The easiest way to get here is by motorbike. Drive away from the east cost of Koh Chang. The waterfall located next to Than Mayom pier with its entrance just behind the headquarters of the Marine National Park.

8 Klong Plu Waterfall

Location : Klong Prao, West of Koh Chang Klong Plu Waterfall This waterfall can be reached from Ao Klong Prao or from Hat Kai Bae by following Klong Prao 2 kilometers. A 2 kilometer concrete road leads to the Marine Park Office. There, you will find a few small restaurants. After approximately 500 meter walk, you arrive at the foot of the waterfalls, which they are about 20 meters high. A pool beneath the falls is a good spot for a refreshing swim, and it is possible to stay in the bungalows or camp at that area.

How to get there
Just a 2 km drive away from Klong Prao Bay community. Then walk to the waterfall follow the jungle track, which takes 20 minutes.

9 Salak Kok Mangrove Nature Trail

Location : Salak Kok Community, West of Koh Chang Salak Kok Mangrove Nature Trail Salak Kok Mangrove Nature Trail is located on the east side of Koh Chang. At Salak Kok Bay, the Salak Kok community and coastal fishing villages have kept their traditional lifestyles, culture and traditions. Additionally, Salak Kok Bay has the largest mangrove forest on Koh Chang as many as 650 rais, which currently has a concrete walkway to be used as a natural way for tourist information as well. Salak Kok's Village is a source of Eco-tourism. A local tour club will be many activities for tourists to do such as rowing kayak watch the nature of Salak Kok Bay. The beauty of the bay boat engraved pen. They also offer an evening boat ride to the atmosphere through night of Salak Kok Bay with dinner on board. Hotels in Salak Kok Bay Area

How to get there
From Ao Sapparot ferry pier, drive away on the south west side of the island about 24 Km. Through the National Park office before entering the Salak Kok's Village.

10 Klong Prao Temple

Location : Klong Prao Community, West of Koh Chang  Klong Prao Temple Klong Prao Temple is a magnificent Buddhist Temple on Koh Chang in Thailand. Klong Prao Temple is a famous destination for Buddhist believers who like to render homage Buddha. The colorful main hall comprised a holy Buddha statue. If you visit Klong Prao Temple on Koh Chang early in the morning you can see the monks how they do Buddhist rituals. Very popular are the Songkran and Loi Kratong festivals at Klong Prao Temple. The temple market invites tourists and believers for a pleasant evening in this holy monument in Thailand. If you like to come to Klong Prao Temple on Koh Chang please dressing respectfully (no revealing attire) is a must as this is a holy place for many Thais.

How to get there
Klong Prao Temple is located in Klong Phrao Village, also right off the main road.

11 Khiri Phet Waterfall

Location : Salak Phet Bay, South East of Koh Chang Khiri Phet Waterfall Khiri Phet Waterfall Located about 2 kilometres from the fishing village of Salak Phet. Khiri Phet is medium sized waterfall with 2 levels in the rainy season and up to 7 levels in the dry season, when there is less water. There is water in the falls all year round and a pool to swim in on the bottom level. Further levels of the waterfall can be reached but the path is very difficult especially in rainy season when it can be very slippery. Once at the top however, you will be rewarded with some stunning views over Salak Phet and Jek Bae.

How to get there
Just a 2 km drive away from the fishing village of Salak Phet in the south east of Koh Chang. From Salak Phet follow the jungle track for about 1.5 km to the beginning of a footpath. After a few hundred meters you will reach the bottom level of the waterfall.

12 Klong Nueng Waterfall

Location : Salak Phet Bay, South East of Koh Chang Klong Nueng Waterfall Koh Chang's tallest waterfall. Klong Nueng Waterfall is a great place to take a quick dip in the chest deep pool. The basin of the waterfall is quite deep but the tourists can swim in it. If the tourists want to see the second level of the waterfall, they must climb up along the stream bank which is a steep cliff and rather difficult to take a step up. Although Khlong Nueng waterfall is perfectly beautiful in the rainy season, the nature law in summer causes the stream of the waterfall dry or extremely dry in some parts.

How to get there
Just a 2 km. drive away from the fishing village of Salak Phet in the south east of Koh Chang. From Salak Phet follow the jungle track for about 500 meters. It is a very scenic drive on a narrow tarmac road with no traffic.

13 Klong Nonsi Waterfall

Location : Dan Mai Village Klong Nonsi Waterfall Klong Nonsi Waterfall is situated on the northernmost of Koh Chang, Klong Nonsi is a small-sized waterfall with a cascade, 4 level. It is about 4 km from the headquarters of the marine park at Than Mayom. A 1-3 km. path from Dan Mai Village near Koh Chang police station leads to Klong Nonsi.

14 Klong Jao Leaum Waterfall

Location : Klong Son Bay, North West of Koh Chang Klong Jao Leaum Waterfall Klong Jao Leaum Waterfall suited on the northernmost of Koh Chang, Klong Son Community. Klong Jao Laem Waterfall is a medium sized waterfall. There is water in the falls all year round and a pool to swim in on the bottom level. Further levels of the waterfall can be reached but the path is very difficult especially in rainy season.

How to get there
The entrance is 5 km. from Klong Son Community.

15 Klong Kaew Waterfall

Location : Bo Rai District, Trat Klong Kaew Waterfall Klong Kaew Waterfall is a part of Khlong Kaew waterfall National Park it is located inside Khao Saming forest covering area of 200 square kilometers, whilst Khlong Kaew national park occupies 64.6 square kilometers. Khlong Kaew sits along Thai-Cambodian border. The peaks of the hill range constitute the border that separates Thailand and Cambodia. The highest moutain is Yod Khao Bad at about 836 metres above sea level. Evergreen forest of various plant and animal lives exist in the park. Rainy season starts in May and ends in October or November. Cool season can be had in November to January.

Khlong Kaew waterfall is a beautiful 7 level stream of clear water which comes down from the mountains. A large stone (Lan Hin Te) at the fourth level offers a place from where you can have a view of Bo Rai town down below. There are a couple of other waterfalls worth visiting. Camping is possible.

How to get there
From Trat town centre, drive along high way no. 3157 (Santoon-Borrai). At 3 kilometers before entering Bor Rai District, turn left to enter the Border Patrol Police Company 116 for five kilometers and turn left again four kilometers to Klong kaew Waterfall and Klong kaew National Park Temporary Office.

16 Klong Chao Waterfall

Location : Koh Kood, South of Koh Chang Khlong Chao Waterfall Klong Chao Waterfall or Nam Tok Klong Chao is one of the most gorgeous waterfall to be found Koh Kood, it is covered by ancient tropical rainforest. Klong Chao Waterfall flows throughout the year and a large pool providing tourists a welcome spot for some freshwater swimming. It's comprised of 3 tiers; of which the upper two tiers are running streams and the lower one is a large pond. It's actually a quite famous waterfall as His Majesty King Rama VI visited the waterfall in 1911 and named it 'Nam Tok Anam Kok' to commemorate Ong Chiang Su. However, the waterfall is beautiful like this only for a couple months from the rainy season onward. The best time to visit is from June - November.

How to get there
There are boats from Koh Chang to Koh Kood three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday). Please ask for the departure times of the ferries from Laem - Ngop Pier to Koh Kood at the pier. Visiting it is not complicated. Firstly, going on board about one kilometer then continue walking for 800 meters.

17 Klong Son Bay Viewpoint

Location : Klong Son Bay, North West of Koh Chang Klong son Bay Viewpoint The northernmost viewpoint on Koh Chang is on the road between White Sand Beach and Klong Son community, halfway down the mountain towards Khlong Son Bay. Khlong Son bay and Sapparot Bay are visible, if the weather is clear the view is good enough to see the mainland.

How to get there
Approximately 600 metres behind White Sand Beach, after the road turns in a right curve up into the mountain.

18 Koh Chang Monkey School

Location : White Sand Beach, North West of Koh Chang Koh Chang Monkey School The school is located at the southern end of White Sands Beach. Here monkeys are taught how to pick coconuts and fruit from trees in order to secure their survival. The most abundant species in Koh Chang is the curious red-tailed Macaque. The centre features highly trained monkeys performing tricks and stunts before bemused audiences, something along the lines of a theatrically inspired monkey show.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, drive away to the west side of the island a distance total about 6 Km.
Opening Hours Daily from 10:00 am., 02:00 pm. and 04:00 pm.
Admission 200 Baht (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 5392 9077, 0 5392 9099

19 Koh Chang Naval Battle Area

Location : Salak Phet Bay, South East of Koh Chang Koh Chang Naval Battle Area This site is located close to Salak Petch Bay, in the south of Koh Chang. This is where the Thai and French Naval forces fought over the eastern border. The Thai Navy holds an annual event to commemorate the battle victory and pay tribute to the dead naval forces by floating garlands into the sea. Two battleship wrecks in the sea near Salak Phet Bay, make for an attractive diving site.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, drive away to the south west side of the island about 24 Km. Turn right from the main road about 5 Km. then turn left on the Jack Bae – Ao Luk. Distance total about 7 Km.

20 Bo Rai Gems Market

Location : Bo Rai District, Trat Bo Rai Gems Market Bo Rai Gems Market or Talat Ploy, suited in Bo Rai district is noted as a source of siamese rubies or the so-called Tup Tim Siam. A Siamese Rubies was discovered in Bor Rai district in 1971, this led to may visitors from across the country heading to the area in search of gems and the town, along with Trat municipality. Interesting jewel markets are Talat Ploy Hua Thung, Talat Ploy Ban Sa Yai, Talat Ploy Nong Bon, etc. The business hours of these markets begin from dawn till 10:00 am. Presently, the jewel business has come to a recess because less rubies are available. Visitors are welcome to explore the markets and purchase gems on sale.

How to get there
The Gems Market is located approximately 65 kilometres from Trat city. The shortest route to Bo Rai distict is from Highway no. 3 through Khao Saming (route 3157).

21 Trat City Pillar Shrine

Location : Mueang District, Trat Trat City Pillar Trat City Pillar Shrine located on Lak Mueang Road, Trat town centre and close to Yotha Nimit Temple. The City Pillar Shrine stands in a Chinese-style building. It is different from other city pillar shrines because of its form as a Chinese pavilion. The pillar dates back to the time of King Taksin (the 18th century). This shrine was built out of Chinese belief under the instruction of King Taksin the Great for the security of the province as well as the peaceful life of the townspeople. Every year on the sixth night of the waxing moon period of the sixth lunar month, there is a celebration called, Phli Mueang Day or known among the Chinese as Xia Gong Sae Yit which means the birthday of the City Pillar God. Hotels in Trat City Area

How to get there
From Bangkok, take highway route no. 3 (Bangna - Trad) and turn left to highway route no. 344 (Chonburi - Baan Bung - Klaeng). After reaching Klaeng, turn left to highway route 3 via Chanthaburi and to Trat. The total distance is 315 kilometres. Trat City Pillar Shrine located on Lak Mueang Road, Trat town centre and close to Yotha Nimit Temple.

22 Ban Hat Lek Border Wholesale Market

Location : Klong Yai District, Trat Ban Hat Lek Border Wholesale Market Ban Hat Lek is the farthest border village in Trat. It is located on Sukhumvit road (Highway No. 3), just 89 km from the provincial capital. After the conflict ended in Cambodia, it has become a channel for Thai-Cambodia trading. There is an immigration check point at the border. Visitors wishing to enter Cambodia from here have to apply for visa at the Cambodian Embassy in advance.

How to get there
Ban Hat Lek Border Wholesale Market is located 89 km from Trat provincial capital, follow the highway no. 318 (Trat - Khlong Yai route) or 16 km from the Khlong Yai district town, are several white clean beaches and other attractions.
Opening Hours Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.

23 Koh Chang Yutthanawi Memorial Museum

Location : Laem Ngob District, Trat Koh Chang Yutthanawi Memorial Museum The Koh Chang Yutthanawi Memorial located at Laem Ngop, commemorates the Franco-Thai naval engagement on January 17, 1941. Other attractions at the memorial include the Statue of Prince Chumphon, father of the Thai navy and a warship-shaped museum displaying old equipment and armaments of the fleet with exhibits on the Koh Chang naval battle.

How to get there
Koh Chang Yutthanawi Memorial Museum located about 25 Kilometres before reaching Trat city you will pass a police and army checkpoint, then turn right at the first traffic lights next to the gasoline station. From there follow the signs to Koh Chang until you reach Laem Ngbo pier.

24 Ban Nam Chieo

Location : Laem Ngob District, Trat Ban Nam Chieo Ban Nam Chieo or Ban Khlong Nam Chieo is located approximately 8 Kilometre south west of from Trat town via Trat - Laem Ngop route. The village is a populated place and is noted for Ngop Nam Chieo, a native hat to ward off the sun. The hat, which is still widely used today as it is light and comfortable, is woven with local palm leafs grown in mangrove area. In addition to the traditional shape, it has been adapted into other more fashionable shapes as souvenirs.

How to get there
About 25 Kilometres before reaching Trat city you will pass a police and army checkpoint, then turn right at the first traffic lights next to the gasoline station. From there follow the signs to Laem Ngop pier until you reach Ban Nam Chieo.

25 Salak Kok Community

Location : Salak kok Bay, South East of Koh Chang Salak Kok Community Salak Kok Community is the quiet fishing village. Salak Kok located at the southern edge of the bay, is built to a large extent, on stakes into the bay and many of the houses are connected with small timber bridges. Besides there is a school and a temple located outside the village. At the end of the bay there is a small viewpoint, from where you have a beautiful view into the Salak Kok Bay. The bay is approximately 1 kilometers wide, up to 2 kilometers long and only connected to the sea by a narrow passage. It is very flat and completely scattered with islands of mangroves. It is one of the best-preserved mangrove-forests in the whole of Thailand.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, Turn right from the main road about 18 Km. then turn left to Salak kok community.

26 Salak Petch Community

Location : Salak Phet Bay, South East of Koh Chang Salak Petch Community These fisherman’s villages are largest on the island. Visitors could experience their ways of living. Bungalows, hire boats and food shops are available. There are many piers that serve fishing boats as well as boats to neighboring islands and Laem Ngob or fishing boats. The environment does the villages a lot of favors though with its conducive nature to their fishing ways, largely accounting for their balanced existence, with a very high tolerance for tourism. Bungalows and food shops are available.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, drive away to the south west side of the island about 30 Km.

27 Klong Son Community

Location : Klong Son Bay, North West of Koh Chang Klong Son Community Klong Son is village which plays home to Ao Klong Son Bay's community, situated on the northwest side of the Koh Chang Island. The beauty of the sounds of the animals at night is mirrored by the visual beauty of plants, visible when the sun comes up in the morning, mainly consisting out of mountainous greenery, with palm trees here and there, stretching over the hill and turning into some isolated areas of beautiful natural orchids.

Ban Klong Son Village is not only a favourite place of lodging because of the natural surrounding beauty, it is also one of the favourites because of its location, making it very easy to get around the island and engage in some holiday activities, like snorkelling, swimming, kayaking, hiking or just relaxing in the sun with a cocktail.

How to get there
From Ao Sapparot ferry pier, Turn right from the main road about 2 – 3 Km.

28 Klong Son Temple

Location : Klong Son Community, North West of Koh Chang Klong Son Temple Klong Son Temple is approximately 500 metres from the intersection in Klong Son Community, in the direction of the bay. Klong Son Temple Situated on the main road of Klong Prao. There are always many renovations going on here. It is a busy and energetic temple. Many consider this the main temple of Koh Chang. Every kind of person is welcome. Please respect Buddhist philosophy and dress respectably when you visit.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, drive away to the south west side of the island about 3 Km. Take the left hand turn at the crossroads in the centre of Klong Son village.

29 Salak Phet Temple

Location : Salak KoK Community, South East of Koh Chang Salak Phet Temple The Temple is a famous destination for Buddhist believers who like to render homage Buddha. The colorful main hall comprised a holy Buddha statue. The temple was constructed during the reign of King Rama V - and there is a fine statue of him in the grounds. Now, the restoration is now complete and is quite beautiful. The temple is surrounded by a giant snake and each corner has a god representing it is the impressive entrance.

How to get there
From Koh Chang's Piers, drive away to the south west side of the island about 30 Km. Directly at the road, 500 metres north of "Baan Salak Phet" You will also find a new Temple on the way to the village.

30 Bang Bao Temple

Location : Bang Bao Bay, South West of Koh Chang Salak Phet Temple Bang Bao Temple Bang Bao Temple is located at the opposite ends of the west coast of Koh Chang, Bang Bao and Klong Son villages are both fishing communities and both have their own small temple. This is where you will see the monk bungalows and chedis for deceased Bangbao nobility.

How to get there
Bang Bao Temple locateed on the roadside, next to the turn-off to Bang Bao Village. The temple located adjacent to Bangbao school, opposite the turning to Bang Bao fishing village.