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Some of our links are affiliated, we will earn a commission when you buy a service or product. This Ao nang railay have no extra cost for you. For further info please refer to our Privacy Policy. Krabi Province is a very popular destination in Thailand. Many travel to Krabi in search of scuba diving or rock climbing, others come to see the natural beauty but most come for the best beaches of Thailand.

There are so many things to do in Krabi that you would not want to leave this paradise. I will try my best to share with you all the information I have about what to do in Krabi, where to stay, places to visit, how to get to and move around. Tiger Temple, Ao nang railay Pool and the Hot Springs are all near Krabi Town, so I recommend staying there when you are visiting those places or if you have to catch a flight early in the morning.

As you can easily access Krabi Town from anywhere in case you need to. In my opinion, Ao Nang is the best area to stay in Krabi when you are willing to stay a bit longer and feel like settling down somewhere for a bit. The opposite also works here, if you have very few days and you only have time for a couple of day trips from Krabi, stay in Ao Nang and leave to your day tours from there!

Most of the accommodation offered in Railay are resorts, so it could get a bit pricier compared to other places to stay in Krabi. Plus you will get to watch the amazing sunsets at Phra Nang Beach if you stay there. Some of the best hotels in Railay Beach are:. Also located in Railay Bay, Tonsai Beach is a bit harder to access. Accommodation in Tonsai Beach is quite cheap compared to the rest of Railay, but, except for a big resort there, Ao nang railay is more laid back and most places cut the electricity down during the day, which means no internet, no fan, no air conditioning, etc.

Still not sure about where to stay in Krabi? up here and get a discount on your first booking! I would recommend you to stay around Krabi for at least 5 days, so you have enough time to enjoy the top attractions in Krabi. Railay Bay is a tiny little area surrounded by amazing looking cliffs. You will see resorts and massage shops everywhere, so if Ao nang railay plan is just relaxing, then enjoy the white sand and clear waters at Phra Nang Beach or Railay West Beach.

Now if you are seeking some adventure in Krabi, you will find some hidden gems in Railay Beach. You can go kayaking around the small islands and tiny beaches around the bay, just rent a kayak at the beach and enjoy it. Go hiking through some caves and reach a beautiful viewpoint at the North end of Phra Nang beach [opposite to Princess cave]. This one is a bit hard to find as there are no s to guide you and nothing about it on Google Maps.

When you get to the end of the beach, look to your right and you will see an opening in the trees, follow that path towards the cliff. Start walking over the rocks uphill and into the big opening on the cliff where the cave starts. There are several levels, perhaps different chambers inside of it and they built some bamboo ladders to climb up to the next levels. It will get pitch black inside so take a torch or use your phone to help you. Keep going up the ladders until you start seeing the light again, which le you to a big opening in the middle of the cliff and a breathtaking view of both Railay West and Tonsai Beaches.

Take lo of photos, turn around and make your way back from where you came from. There is no cost to access the caves. Looking for more adrenaline? Follow the pathway between Railay East and Phra Nang Beach and you will find the start point to the hike, this one is a bit tricky, quite dangerous at some points and requires a lot of Ao nang railay as you will be climbing rocks without safety equipment at some stages.

I strongly recommend wearing running or hiking shoes and really old clothes, as they will get all muddy and stained. Keep in mind that the lagoon is influenced by the tides, so plan on arriving there during the highest picks of the tides, otherwise, you will only see a big puddle of mud! There is no cost to access the viewpoint or Princess Lagoon.

Last, but not least, go try some outdoor rock climbing. With the incredible landscape, your fear of heights will disappear. Look for one of the schools around Railay beach and have fun! We use World Nom and SafetyWing. Just click on the name of the company and book your insurance now.

If you need more Ao nang railay, read our Travel Insurance Guide here. This Buddhist temple is one of the most sacred sites in Krabi. You will get to see tiger paw prints in the cave, lush green trees, a big golden Buddha statue on top of the hill and a staircase with strenuous 1, steps leading to the summit. Your legs will be shaking when you get to the top! You need to dress properly at this temple, women are requested to cover their knees and shoulders. There is no cost to Ao nang railay this temple and donations are welcome. Krabi Town is the capital of the Province, this is where the international airport is located, where you will find bigger stores, shops and supermarkets.

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On top of that, they have the biggest weekend night market around, filled with stalls selling all kinds of yummy foods and drinks, lots of really cheap clothes, some souvenirs and other things worth having a look at. There are vans available to drive you from Ao Nang to Krabi night market and back, book it at any travel agency. Ao Nang is very lively, Ao nang railay of shops, restaurants, hotels, hostels, resorts, spas, dive shops, bars and the beach is a great place to sit down, have a drink and watch the sunset.

The beach is quite beautiful, although a bit crowded sometimes. Ao Nang is a place that fits all budgets. For those who love the ocean, I strongly recommend spending a day scuba diving. Ao Nang is full of diving centers that will take you to the dive sites around the best islands in Krabi. They are very professional and have a great team of divers that speak both English and French.

At night, many small bars and restaurants around town offer live music and great cocktails. A bit later the fun happens in Central Point, which is beachfront. Walk that way and you will find a square filled with bars, music and many people dancing and having fun. Upstairs there is more, you will find some strip clubs with beautiful Thai ladies, a Ladyboy Cabaret Show and a rooftop where everyone plays beer pong and enjoys the DJ at the dance floor of a party hostel.

The partying there ends around 4 am! There are so many boat tours departing from Ao Nang or Krabi Town to the amazing Islands around Krabi that it gets hard to recommend just one. The best selling ones are either 7 Islands or 4 Islands, as well as Hong Islands. Some of the day trips include a visit to the islands, snorkeling, others have kayaking, white water rafting or just Ao nang railay hopping. Krabi is a true water paradise! You can also choose to a group tour or rent your private Ao nang railay. Rent a scooter or share a taxi with your friends and go on a hiking adventure in Krabi.

But when you get there, see the mountains around, the sea, all the islands around Krabi and breathe the super fresh air, everything makes sense. These spots are near each other and relatively near Tiger Temple, and some day tours from Krabi Town or Ao Nang include the three of them.

They are beautiful and completely natural spots, a great option to relax in Krabi and spend some time in contact with nature. Krabi Province is located on the southwest coast of Thailand and has an international airport. So how to get to Krabi? A flight from Bangkok to Krabi Town takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes, from Chiang Mai to Krabi it takes just over 2 hours and from Kuala Lumpur it also takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. For all the travel options read our ultimate guide on how to travel to Krabi from everywhere in Thailand. Find the best flights to Krabi on Skyscanner Ao nang railay Kiwi.

If you happen to be on Phuketyou may come to Krabi by speedboat, by bus or by van. Also there are buses to Krabi available all over the country. Read our guide to travel in Thailand by bus here! You choose the place of departure and the final destination, with one ticket you can catch bus, trains, vans and ferries if necessary. Check the timetables and buy your ticket to Krabi here!

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Most people will arrive in Krabi Town and then move to the other places in Krabi from there. Here are some tips on how to get around Krabi. You can also take taxis for about Baht or rent a scooter for around Baht per day. There you will catch a long tail boat for Baht and will be Ao nang railay off at Railay East pier.

The boats depart every hour on the half, starting at am and ending at pm, it takes about 15 minutes to arrive in Railay Ao nang railay. You can charter a boat for Baht and depart at any time. Tickets cost Baht and boats depart at any time, as long as there are 8 people going. If you want to charter one it will cost you Baht. It works the same way as in Ao Nang Beach. If your hotel is far from the pickup point, you might need to book a taxi or a transfer, talk to your hotel reception or go to any travel agency, most of them have quite similar prices.

Tickets are easily available all the time [except on the main holidays] and you can buy them at the last minute, obviously, if you are taking the first ferry in the morning and need to be picked up at your hotel, you need to buy your ticket the night before. Their prices are great and they also offer internet and printing services. The weather in Krabi is quite pleasant all year around.

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The high season starts in November and goes all the way to March. Great temperatures to swim all day. From mid-April on, the monsoon season starts, but usually it rains once a day, not for long, with some exceptions. From May on, some of the businesses shut down for the low season and re-open around September. So I hope you make the most of your trip and see the best of Krabi, as this place is just amazing!

Author: Franci Kohler is a traveler stuck in Thailand. Fascinated by the body, mind and soul, whenever not working, you will find her doing some yoga, Ao nang railay, petting dogs, trekking, diving, beach bumming, or having some wine over good conversations.

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