If you want a different kind of adventure, experience the peaceful island of Koh Klang when visiting Krabi, Thailand. It is not the Krabi of white sandy beaches, but it is just as special.
Most of the inhabitants of Koh Klang, which number approximately 5,000 people, came to the island around the time of World War II. Prior to that time, there were only eight houses on the island. Most of the people that live there now are fisherman and rice, coconut and banana farmers. Continue reading Experience the peaceful island of Koh Klang when visiting Krabi, Thailand
A visit to Krabi’s Aquarium in Krabi, Thailand is a great place to go for a family outing. The outdoor aquarium is part of Thailand’s Coastal Resource Management Unit, located at the Department of Fisheries in Ao Nam Mao. Continue reading A visit to Krabi’s Aquarium in Krabi, Thailand makes for a great family outing
If you like to visit places off the beaten track, then a kayak trip to Ban Bo Thor in Krabi, Thailand is the perfect sightseeing activity for you. Ban Bo Thor is north of Ao Nang on the northern coast of Krabi. There are only four paved roads that can get you there, past limestone mountains and mangroves. The roads all end at the fishing village of Leam Sak on the Andaman Sea. Continue reading Kayaking to Ban Bo Thor in Krabi, Thailand
Khao Khanap Nam in Krabi, Thailand, two 100-meters tall limestone mountains jutting out of the Krabi River, represents the symbol of Krabi Town and Krabi Province. You can see them as soon as you approach the city, and they are visible from just about any place in Krabi Town.
The two cliffs stand on land made up of mangrove forests and straddle both sides of the Krabi River (which, by the way, is the shortest river in Thailand, only 5 kilometers long). Home to many different bird species and other wildlife, Khao Khanap Nam makes for a memorable experience. Continue reading Khao Khanap Nam in Krabi, Thailand
Although always popular, vacationing in Thailand is becoming even more so as a vacation destination. Villa rentals are also becoming increasingly favored. There are many important considerations when deciding to stay at a villa, so to help you out; here are ten top travel tips for finding the best rental villas in Thailand. Continue reading 10 top travel tips for finding the best rental villas in Thailand
Krabi is blessed with more than its fair share of gorgeous, white sandy beaches and sun worshippers can enjoy some of the most immaculate stretches of shoreline in the entire world. With an excess of some 150 tropical islands, there is a seemingly infinite supply of hidden coves and deserted coastline for you to explore.
To help you decide where to soak up the sun in style, we have outlined a few of the most visited Krabi beaches below.
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A holiday in Krabi will spoil you with unlimited access to some of the most spectacular natural environments in the world.
Much of the beautiful province is actually protected and lies within great swathes of national park and conservation areas, which you can easily stumble upon without even realising. The very accessibility of these diverse nature reserves means that you don’t have to be a die hard conservationist prepared to rough it, to appreciate the breathtaking scenery and fascinating array of exotic wildlife that is, quite literally on your doorstep.
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That quintessential, deserted tropical island is not as illusive as you might think! Whether you merely want to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern day life, enjoy some incredible diving and snorkelling, or simply tan yourself on some of the worlds most beautiful beaches, you’re sure to find your very own treasure island among the 150 or so that Krabi has to choose from.
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If you’ve somehow managed to exhaust the infinite number of Krabi sporting activities, stunning National Parks, beautiful islands and picturesque beaches, or perhaps want to entertain the kids with something a little different, then there are a number of exciting Krabi visitor attractions, well worth a visit.
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A visit to Krabi will leave you well placed to explore some other delightful Thai provinces, each with a unique character all of their own. Krabi is bordered by Phang Nga to the north west, Surat Thani to the north east, Nakhon Si Thammarat to the east and Trang to the south and, although it shares no land boundary, Phuket is just two hours west.
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