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Krabi is a great place for nature lovers and tourists who just want a holiday away from the crowds and in a peaceful place with pleasant weather and a calm environment. The natural environment along with the picturesque scenery, green forests, clear water, fresh air, pleasant weather and a natural paradise is all that contribute towards the beauty of this region and make it a tourism hotspot. Full of stunning places and beautiful islands, it has slowly but steadily emerged as a popular place to visit in Thailand. An overwhelming list of best places to visit in Krabi, makes it quite a loved holiday destination.

1. Ko Phi Phi

Mu Ko Phi Phi is an archipelago that used to be listed as one of the world’s top ten most beautiful Islands. It comprises two large islands: Ko Phi Phi Don and Ko Phi Le. Ko Phi Phi Don is a big island consisting of ports, Accommodation, and restaurants as well as numerous stunning Beaches, particularly, Ao Thon Sai and Ao Lo Dalam. Ko Phi Phi Le located to the south of Phi Phi Don, is surrounded by limestone mountains and sheer cliffs standing vertically to the sea. It embodies beautiful curvy bays; such as, Ao Pi Le, Ao Maya, and Ao Lo Sama. To get there: the trip takes about 2 hours via a ferry service operating daily from the Khlong Chilat Pier and Noppharat Thara Pier, or tourists can buy a tour package from a travel agency.

2. Thale Waek

It is a renowned natural attraction of Krabi and named one of the “Unseen Thailand” resulting from the natural wonder when the tide recedes; it reveals sand dunes that connect to 3 Islands; namely, Ko Kai, Ko Thap, and Ko Mo.

3. Hat Rai Le

It is a stunning and peaceful Beach comprising 3 coastlines featuring on the west side Hat Rai Le, the east side Hat Rai Le and Tham Phra Nang. Abseiling is the favourite sport among tourists and internationally recognised among rock climbers. It is suitable for tourists who enjoy relaxing by the sea, and it takes about 20 minutes from Hat Ao Nang.

4. Ko Hong

It is also known as Ko Lao Bi Le. Situated in the Than Bok Khorani national park, the islet has a world-class breathtaking landscape, which is categorised as one of the world’s top ten attractions with amazing clean Beaches. It is surrounded by indigo sea with soft powder-like sandy beach. What makes this Island so unique is its front beach of the nearly half-circled shape. Ko Hong is recommendable for visitors who enjoy nature, swimming and Snorkelling.

5. Ko Rok

It is situated in Mu Ko Lanta national park, consists of Ko Rok Nok and Ko Rok Nai. The Island is another attraction enriched with beautiful sea and sandy Beaches that can be acclaimed as a gem of the Andaman Sea. Between Ko Rok Nok and Ko Rok Nai is a good spot for scuba diving and Snorkelling to see corals.

6. Sa Morakot

Also called Emerald Pool, located at Khao Pra-Bang Khra Wildlife Sanctuary, features a large circular emerald-like pool with a small cascade flowing and is swimmable. When visitors walk to the headwater that is located not too far, they will reach Bo Nam Phut, a wonderful ultramarine coloured pool. If we clap our hands or make a movement by the pool, there will be water surging from under the ground. This is a mystery that should not be missed.

7. Namtok Ron,

It is situated in the middle of a shady forest, comprises a lot of small and big ponds with hot water seeping out from the ground with hot steam floating above the water like natural mineral ponds on a slope; the hot waterway running down to Khlong Thom below in descending Order looks like tiers of a small waterfall.

8. Namphu Ron Khem Khlong Thom

It is the only salted hot spring in Thailand. There are 14 natural hot springs emerging from under the ground widespread in the area that is rich with many minerals, which benefits the blood circulation system of the body. It is ideal for people who love mineral bathing.

9. Ban Ko Klang Community, is a charming community situated on a tiny Island that preserves the simple lifestyle and its own identity. It is surrounded with abundant mangrove forest of more than 1,000 rai at the estuary. Most of the villagers are Muslims. There are many interesting community-based attractions; such as, the Organic Farming Group, Khao Sang Yot Farmer Group, Ruea Hua Thong Models Group, Pateh Cloth Group, etc.

10. Laem Sak Community

It is a three-cultural community that consists of Thai-Buddhists, Thai-Muslims and Thai-Chinese. The highlights of this community include the baba-Nyonya costumes, Cruising on the Ruea Hua Thong Boat to see unusual shaped limestone mountains of the inland sea and traces of ancient rock paintings as well as raising Green Caviar seaweed, planting local orchids, and admiring the 360-degree viewpoint of sea all year-round.

11. Railay Beaches And Caves: For Beach Lovers

Glittering white sand, stunning landscapes, shining sun, transparent water and tropical climate of Railay Beach are quite pleasing. However, all these things don’t set it apart; what indeed set it apart is its limestone caves ceded in high and mighty cliffs. Even though it is accessible only by boats (due to sharp cliffs on both sides), Railay Beach has been able to gain popularity as one of the best places to visit in Krabi. Apart from its few long-tailed boats and scanty bars, the island is secluded.

12. Thung Teao Forest Natural Park

Fabled beauty and ethereal landscapes are two apt phrases used to describe Thung Teo Forest Natural Park. High trees in the darkest of greens, deep emerald-colored water at its purest, wildlife at its maximum ease, and beauty at its unusual prime – the stunning waterfall in the middle of the Natural Park gives off the surrealistic charm.

13. Wat Tham Sua: For Seeking Blessings

Sitting within the thick and high jungles, these caves house many temples and pilgrims inside their premises. Several monks set their station inside these caves to take a step towards divinity. Some of these monks have been there since their birth. Legends state that once a tiger used to live in these caves who was precious to Lord Buddha, and hence the name. As you explore the caves, you will come across many relics and icons depicting the lives and beliefs of the religion.

14. Krabi Shell Cemetery

Krabi Shell Cemetery is one of the oldest places to visit on Krabi Island, dating back to more than 40 million years. The 200 m stretch of fossilized shells came into being when limestone deposits covered the beings, trapping them in the process. It is one of the only three such cemeteries found in the world. The place is a haven for geology buffs and sea-relic lovers. There are mangrove forests and several small Chinese temples to explore around the cemetery.

15. Klong Thom Hot Springs

Free flowing warm water, decorated by shiny rocks that have been smoothed by the ferocious water flow – that’s the scene at Klong Thom hot springs. These deep-rooted thermal springs are located inside the volcanic chambers of Klong Thom. The warm water is believed to possess certain healing properties that help aid the skin diseases. Stretches of vegetation come as a welcome gift, away from the hustles-bustles of the city.

16. Khao Khanab Nam

Khao Khanab Nam is the most recognizable landmarks in Krabi. These are actually a set of mountains on either side of the bay. Their sparse vegetation and dusky brown color set the color of blue ocean bright. On top of these two mountains sits a labyrinth of caves. Made of stalagmites and stalactites, these caves are said to date to pre-historic era. Alas, the beauty comes with a beast. There have been numerous findings of human skeletons in these caves.

17. Phra Nang Beach

While you might have to take a boat from Ao Nang to reach this little haven, it will be worth your while. The ride might cost you around 100 baht or so and will take only 10 minutes. According to a local legend, the beach is named after an Indian princess-goddess who died in a shipwreck. To represent the Hindu god Shiva, the cave is covered with many phallic-shaped statues or lingas. The soft, white sand of the sprawling beach will have you enchanted for sure.

18. Krabi Elephant Sanctuary

Krabi Elephant Sanctuary is a new home for those elephants that have become overtired after working in logging and tourism industries for years. The sanctuary tries to get these elephants back into their natural habitat where they can form herds and live the rest of their lives without the risk of being overworked. You can feed and walk with the elephants and watch them while they enjoy a splash in the natural lagoon nearby.

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More About Krabi Tourism

It's estimated that there are around 200 islands and islets around the Krabi coastline, many are small rocky outcrops that rise precipitously out of the sea and have no landing access. Others are larger and uninhabited, with characteristic tiny white sand beaches, coral reefs, and intricate cave systems.

The river is a hub of activity with fishing boats and river taxis ferrying both locals and visitors to spots near and far and the pier to the west of town is the place to catch a ride to the surrounding beaches and islands. Many visitors hurry to the big name destinations - Railay, Ao Nang, Koh Lanta, Koh Phi Phi - getting in and out of town as quickly as possible. But for those interested in a dose of genuine Thai culture and hospitality, sticking around Krabi Town and enjoying the tour is a rewarding experience.

People Also Ask About Krabi

  1. Is Krabi Thailand safe?

    Krabi Thailand is safe in terms of low crime rate; however, like in all other famous destinations one should be vigilant in Krabi, too, from pickpockets. One can always avoid this problem by acting sensibly and exercising caution. The province has nearly 80 islands.

  2. Is Krabi Thailand expensive?

    Krabi is slightly more expensive than other areas in Thailand; however prices in general are much, much lower than in the West 

  3. Is 3 days enough in Krabi?

    You can stay there for a long time if you can. But many opt to take a day trip from Krabi and that's also great. You need to book a tour package from a local travel agent for Phi Phi islands and Maya Bay. You will have to start early morning to land at Phi Phi islands by late morning.

  4. How much does a meal cost in Krabi?

    While meal prices in Krabi can vary, the average cost of food in Krabi is ?367 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Krabi should cost around ?147 per person.

  5. Why is Krabi famous?

    Krabi is famous for its scenic view and breathtaking Beaches and Islands. Its coral reef vistas are also one of the world's most beautiful, which makes the city a great spot for coral diving and many other tours.

  6. Which is the best part of Krabi to stay in?

    Best area to stay in Krabi

    • Ao Nang: probably the most popular place in the Krabi area
    • Railay & Tonsai Beach: the remote area of Krabi, reachable only by boat.
    • Nopparat Thara & Klong Haeng: a long shallow beach, very quiet, a perfect spot for a family holiday with kids or just a peaceful stay with a few sunset walks.
  7. Is Krabi beautiful ?

    Krabi is the most relaxing part to be in all of Thailand, it is a province that has the most stunning scenery imaginable, beautiful white beaches that stretch on for miles, a jungle and over 200 islands just of the coast.

  8. Does Krabi have good nightlife?

    Krabi nightlife offers vacationers a good choice of entertainment opportunities after dark. Krabi, while not being in the same league as Patong or Bangkok, has its own distinctive nightlife

  9. Is Krabi good for families?

    Krabi Province is a destination made in heaven for families. There is so much to do and see that you'll never have a dull moment as the province has at least 154 islands to explore, jungle elephant paths to trek along, exotic waterfalls and emerald-green ponds.

  10. Where should I live in Krabi?

    Where to stay in Krabi? A guide to the different areas in Krabi

    • Ao Nang – the main tourist centre.
    • Nopparat Thara – Ao Nang's up-and-coming neighbour.
    • Railay Beach – hippy-chic, with an island feel.
    • Ton Sai Bay – backpackers' and climbers' hangout.
    • Klong Muang & Tupkaek – upmarket escape from the crowds.