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Travel Guide in Krabi

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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.