... is a province in southern Thailand
on the coast of the Andaman Sea.
The mainland coast is a stretch of rugged limestone cliffs,
mangrove-lined beaches and remote caves.
Its offshore islands include the beach resort Ko Kradan and Ko Muk,
known for its Morakot (Emerald) Cave,
a water-filled cavern accessible only at low tide.
The capital, also called Trang, is a traditional town and transit hub.
The province is on the coast of the Strait of Malacca,
and contains 46 islands together with the mainland area.
There are only few plains, and most of the area is hills.
The southern coast of the province is protected
in the Mu Ko Phetra National Park.
The estuary of the Trang River together with the
Hat Chao Mai Marine National Park and Ko Libong Non-hunting Area
are also registered Ramsar wetlands.
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