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Which Airlines Operate Flights To Trat from UK?

  • Bangkok Airways
  • Thai Airways
  • Etihad Airways
  • EVA Air
  • Emirates
  • Qatar Airways

>How long is the flight to Trat from UK?

  • The connecting flight from London Heathrow to Trat takes 15 to 20 hours to complete its journey. Understandably, the fight duration and the number of stopovers depend on the airline that you choose to travel along. The flight can have two layovers, one at Dubai or Doha and the other one in Bangkok.
  • The flight going to Trat from Manchester has a flight duration of 18 to 23 hours. The aeroplane might stopover at London, Dubai and Bangkok along the way.
  • The journey from Birmingham to Trat usually takes 18 to 23 hours as well, depending on the airline you are aboard. The aeroplane might touch down in Dubai, Doha or Istanbul.
  • Cheaper flights to Trat from London Gatwick can take 23 hours to land in Trat. The flight might have long stopovers at Dubai and Bangkok Airports.

Are there any direct flights to Trat from UK?

Trat, having a domestic airport, can only be accessed via a connecting flight. Therefore, as of March 2019, there are no direct flights available to Trat Airport. The preferred way of going to this lush green Thai paradise is to get a direct flight from London to Bangkok and then purchase a ticket of a domestic airline to Trat.

What is the cheapest time of year to fly to Trat?

The intensity of the monsoons increases rapidly in the fall. The months from September to November, receive the most rain. Tourists in love with the warming Thai sun do not often visit Trat during the months mentioned above. The low tourist inflow causes the accommodation costs to drop as well as the airlines to offer more cheap and tempting airfares. Coming to Trat in September could save you a bunch of money. After the rainy spell, the sun does eventually shines and warms the beaches of Trat. If you are lucky, you can see a rainbow arch into the forest around Trat city during this time.

What are the major international airports in Trat?

There are no major international airports in Trat Province. The closest international airport is in Bangkok, which is the Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK). However, Trat has a domestic airport named after the city. The Trat airport (TDX) served around 80,000 people last year and is usually serviced by Bangkok Airways. It is 35 kilometres away from Trat town centre, a journey that is complete in about 30 minutes via a car. There are minor dirt airports for small planes on the islands of Koh Chang and Koh Mai Si, but tourists usually use the boats to travel to those destinations.

What is the best time to visit Trat?

There are two best periods in the year when Trat can prove to be the greatest tropical escape. Due to the proximity of Trat to the coast, the average temperature only oscillates between 27°C to 30°C year around. Trat Province is an enjoyable Thai destination in the winter from December to February, and then from May to August in the summers. The ocean moderates the climate throughout the year; however, the rainy season in the summer can have you searching for an umbrella from time to time. Most tourists come to Trat in the winter, when the skies are clear and blue, but coming to Trat in the summer vacations is not a bad idea either. The showers are not intense and only clear up the air and enrich the earth.

What are the major landmarks in Trat?

Trat Province is located on the southeastern edge of Thailand. Trat borders Cambodia on the east and in the south is the Gulf of Thailand with an archipelago of more than sixty islands. The natural wonders and the pure beauty of the islands of Trat attract many tourists to this part of Thailand.

  • The Mu Koh Chang National Park comprises of fifty-two islands of the Trat Province. The national park is a protected area where nature has been thriving for millennia, and the organic spectacles have been growing inland and under the ocean water. Coral reefs surround the archipelago. Dive into the living waters around Koh Chang Island and witness the colourful life gliding in and out of the protective branches of the coral reef. The lush green islands are not less vibrant. The temples hiding in the forests give the entire park a mysterious vibe. You indeed are on an adventure when you are visiting the many islands of the Koh Chang Marine National Park.
  • The Klong Plu Waterfall on the western side of the Koh Chang Island is a hit with the tourists. Try to visit the waterfall early in the morning because the site packs to the brim by midday with tourists. Visiting the waterfall is excellent in the warm sun. The water is refreshing and bright, and the sound of the gushing water at a distance is mesmerising. A thousand fish swim hurriedly towards all those who enter the pond. They feast off of the dead skin that softens in the pristine waters of the waterfall, giving the tourist a much needed nibbling foot scrub.
  • The White Sand Beach in Koh Chang is an isolated pearly sand beach meant to take a stroll on with your significant other. Like most tourist attractions in Koh Chang, the White Sand Beach gets busy as the sun goes higher in the sky. Coming to the beach early in the morning can offer you some alone time to bask in the summer sun and introduce your senses to the rhythm of the waves. The spot is ideal for learning how to surf and relax with family and friends.
Which events and festivals are celebrated in Trat?

Trat Province has a significant population with Chinese roots and thus, every February, the Chinese New Year is celebrated with festivities and fireworks. Either it’s the year of the pig or the rat; you can find candies in the shape of different animals and balloons on the Chinese New Year jubilations. The people of Trat celebrate the Chakri day on the 6th of April to mark the day when the Chakri dynasty in Thailand began their rule in 1782. April is also the month of the Songkran festival. The Songkran is the Thai New Year known for the famous water fights. If you are in Trat, expect getting doused with a bucket of water on the three days of the Songkran festival.

May is the month of the Visaka Bucha Day when the Thai celebrate the birth of Buddha and his enlightenment. This day many monks line outside their temples and go door to door for food. In November, especially at Koh Chang, the people celebrate the Loi Krathong festival that gives tribute to the water deities. Loi Krathong is also the day when many Thai people float a small boat full of flowers and candles and set it out to sea.

What are the transportation options available to tourists within Trat?

Trat Town is relatively small, and so are the habitations on Koh Chang Island. The best way to get around town is to spot a blue tuk-tuk. The tuk-tuks in Trat are not in abundance as they are in the rest of Thailand. Two companies run ferries and boats from the mainland to the Koh Chang Island and the rest of the archipelago. These companies also have their separate tuk-tuks so getting in touch with them can get you the most mobility options possible on the islands of Trat. As always, bargain your price with the songthaew and the tuk-tuks that you do hire for a ride.

Which five-star hotels and accommodation are available for stay in Trat?

There are a few five-star luxury hotels in Trat. Most people visiting Trat and the islands of Koh Chang want to experience the nurturing Thai sun, expansive white beaches and untamed rainforests of the region. Select the hotel from the list below for an unforgettable experience.

  • High Season Pool Villa & Spa
  • Parama Resort Koh Chang
  • Soneva Kiri
  • Chivapuri Beach Resort Koh Chang
  • KC Grande Resort & Spa
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