If you’re looking for a meaningful, yet exotic wedding in Thailand, consider one of the truly exotic elephant wedding packages available. The elephant is one of the national symbols of Thailand, long associated with royalty and battler. They are revered for their intelligence, memory and gentle nature. Continue reading Plan an exotic and exciting wedding in Thailand with elephants
If you are getting married, you might consider planning your wedding on one of Krabi, Thailand’s spectacular beaches. There is is no doubt that having your wedding in Krabi, Thailand is a great way to begin a marriage. Beach weddings here truly offer the most romantic of atmospheres and with Krabi’s myriad of islands, there is no shortage of venues from which to choose. Continue reading Plan your wedding on one of Krabi, Thailand’s spectacular beaches
There are some very entertaining games played at bars in Krabi, Thailand, so this short primer is to give you an idea of what you may see in your travels there. If you are single, it is a fun and safe way to meet members of the opposite sex. Continue reading Entertaining games played at bars in Krabi, Thailand
Krabi, Thailand on the southwest coast of the Andaman Sea is a top vacation and wedding destination for Indian tourists. With its white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, coral reefs, plentiful caves, waterfalls, limestone cliffs, and 130 islands, it is the perfect place for a holiday or a wedding. Continue reading Krabi, Thailand top vacation and wedding destination for Indian tourists
Jenna’s Bistro & Wine establishment shows Ao Nang, Krabi’s dining scene is coming of age. Although Ao Nang has shown rapid growth as a popular international travel destination, and although many people are choosing it as an alternative to the beaches of over-developed Phuket to the north, its restaurant scene has not yet fully matured. Continue reading Jenna’s Bistro & Wine shows Ao Nang, Krabi dining scene coming of age
The Buddhist wedding traditions of Thailand differ dramatically from those of other countries, and most decidedly from those of the western world. The customs are sacred to the couple and their families, who take the traditions very seriously.
Nonetheless, in today’s Thailand, the extent to which couples strictly follow the customs varies significantly in different parts of the country. Usually, in the more rural areas, it is more likely that couples will follow older traditions. Continue reading Buddhist wedding traditions of Thailand
Several museums in Krabi, Thailand are truly worth visiting. With its history of being the oldest populated settlement in Thailand, the museums articulate Krabi’s past and present. Continue reading Museums in Krabi, Thailand
Part 2: Krabi Town
Although Krabi Town is the usual entry point into Krabi Thailand, it is quieter and less developed than nearby Ao Nang. However, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a thriving nightlife. It does, and it is unique to the atmosphere and the local people of the town. With great drinks, food, and music, there are plenty of places to just sit down, relax, and visit with friends. Continue reading What is there to do at night in Krabi, Thailand?
Part 1: Ao Nang
For all those who are not too exhausted from the day’s beach activities, there is plenty to do at night in Krabi, Thailand. It might not be as glittery as it is in Bangkok or Patong, but Krabi has its own distinctive nightlife. This series of articles will highlight several areas in Krabi province where you can relax, sing, dance, or drink the night away. Continue reading What is there to do at night in Krabi, Thailand?
We strongly recommend leaving plenty of room inside your suitcase when travelling to Krabi. Otherwise, you risk having to purchase a new one, just to cram in all the goodies that you will more than likely want to bring home.
From souvenirs to highly discounted branded clothing, the Krabi shops and bustling markets have got it all, making shopping a potential full time activity. And if you ever needed an excuse to part with your hard earned cash, then you certainly have one in Krabi – aside from the fact that Krabi products represent excellent value for money, spend in excess of THB 5,000 (approx £100) and you will receive a refund on the VAT when you leave. So, in Krabi it actually pays to shop until you drop!