Krabi

With spectacular coastline, lush hinterland and lots of activities at hand

TOP THINGS TO DO

With spectacular coastline, lush hinterland and lots of activities at hand, Krabi Province has become a very popular tourist destination, now with its own international airport. 

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Ao Nang

This is the starting point for many attractions in Krabi. The bay has beautiful beaches, clear water and shallow coral reefs ideal for snorkeling

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Railay Beach or Railay Bay

Located just south of Ao Nang and accessible only by boat, Railay is one of Thailand's most sought-after beach areas, a timeless serene world

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Mu Koh Poda

Mu Koh Poda is one of the most popular islands in the Krabi archipelago. Located just 6km offshore from Ao Nang or 25 minutes by long-tail boat

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The Emerald Pool

The Emerald Pool (Sa Morakot) is a unique attraction in Krabi with hot spring water filtered through alkaline limestone

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Koh Hong

oh Hong archipelago consists of about a dozen islands, most without beaches but the largest has several white sandy beaches

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Wat Tham Sua

Located near Krabi Town, Wat Tham Sua or 'Tiger Cave' is an attraction for devout and energetic visitors

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Phi Phi Islands

Often associated with Phuket, Phi Phi islands are actually in Krabi province. With stunning rock formations and clear turquoise waters

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Klong Thom Hot Springs


Located about 70km from Krabi town, the Klong Thom hot springs are in the heart of a small rainforest preserve

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Mu Koh Lanta

Nestled in the crystal-clear water of the Andaman Sea, Mu Koh Lanta National Park covers the islands of Koh Ngai, Koh Rok, Koh Ha and Koh Lanta

TRANSPORTATIONS

From Bangkok, the quickest way to get to Krabi is on a 0ne-hour flight. It’s also possible to fly to Phuket and connect with ground transfers to Krabi.  

Once in Krabi, options for getting around include Songthaews, Motorbike Scooters, Tuk Tuks, local buses and taxis. Ao Nang is the major connecting point for boat trips to nearby islands and Railay Beach (Railay Bay). Around Ao Nang, there are Tuk Tuks and motorbike sidecar taxis (Sam Lor), which will take you to most places in the local vicinity.