Krabi :

Welcome to Krabi, Thailand; and get to know about this scenic Krabi!

Krabi the Hub of the Adaman

Krabi is the gateway to one of Thailandís most beautiful and diverse scenery.

Krabi is the entry point to some of the finest beaches, most beautiful tropical islands, amazing national parks, beautiful temples and a host of adventure and sporting activities including diving, rock climbing, trekking, kayaking and much more. Its mountains and rock pinnacles, rain forest, mangrove areas, more than 30 stunning tropical islands and amazing sea karst offer weeks of sightseeing pleasure.

Ao Nang Beach is a great beach with high concentration of hotels, chalets and tourist shops. This is also the popular beach to get a long tailed boat to Ao Railey.

Noparathara is the National Park with a scenic beach. The Tsunami Memorial Sculpture is also located here.

Railey Beach is a tourist heaven. You can take a long tailed boat from Krabi or Ao Nang to reach this cape. It is part of mainland with no access road and isolated just like an island. Great party bars, world-class rock climbing and has one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand.
Railey Beach is divided into Railey West and Railey East. There are several caves and view points worth exploring.

Fossil Shell Cemetery
Fossil Shell Cemetery - one of the 3 found in the world

Noparathara Beach, Krabi
Noparathara Beach, Krabi

Ao Railey
Ao Railey West with scenic beach

Ao Railey View Point
Ao Railey View Point

Princess Goddess at Ao Railey
Lingam being offered to Princess Goddess at Ao Railey

Rock Climbing in progress
Rock Climbing Destination at Ao Railey

Tsunami Memorial Scupture at Noparathara
Tsunami Memorial Scupture at Noparathara reminding us "Hold Me Close"

How To Go To Tarutao National Park

You can take fly to Krabi from Bangkok, Hadyai or from Penang. Take a taxi to Krabi town. From Krabi town you can take boat to Ao Railey.
Best months to visit : From November to April.

We organise exploring trip to Krabi when requested. Tours are flexible and we assure you that you will enjoy visiting places that normal tours will miss them. Contact us by using the form below.

Updated on 9th Apr 2008

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