It’s almost time for the 7th Annual Krabi Rock and Fire International Contest, where people from all over the world come to compete at Railay Bay and Ton Sai Bay in Krabi Province, April 16-17. The contest includes three categories: rock climbing, deep water soloing, and a freestyle fire competition. Winners will receive cash prizes. Continue reading Watch or compete in the 2015 Krabi Rock and Fire International Contest
For those that find sunbathing on the beautiful white sandy beaches in Krabi, Thailand just too sedate, give BASE jumping a try. BASE jumping is the extreme sport of jumping off a structure that is very high, and then parachuting down to earth. BASE is an acronym that stands for building, antenna, spans (bridges) and earth (cliffs), the four types of fixed structures from which people jump Continue reading A guide to the thrill of BASE jumping in Krabi, Thailand
Each year, Thailand celebrates National Muay Thai Day on March 17. Muay Thai (kickboxing) is the Thai national sport. This is a day when the Muay Thai community celebrates the legacy of Nai Khanom Tom who faced fearsome odds. It is also a day when its members reflect on the sport they love, showing gratitude to those who teach them. Continue reading Thailand celebrates March 17 as National Muay Thai (Boxing) Day
If you love adrenal rushes, then you should experience the thrill of kitesurfing in Krabi, Thailand. Krabi’s year-round strong offshore breezes and temperatures make it one of the best kitesurfing locations in Asia. Continue reading Experience the thrill of kitesurfing in Krabi, Thailand
Krabi is famous the world over for its beautiful landscape of white sandy beaches, tropical islands, lush green forests and dramatic limestone cliffs. Yet this stunning scenery is only one half of the story!
Krabi is also rightly renowned for what lies beneath the clear, sparkling waters of the magnificent Andaman Sea – a hidden world of colourful coral reefs and exotic marine life that too, deserves to be discovered.
The towering limestone cliffs and craggy outcrops that rise spectacularly from the translucent waters of the Andaman and pepper the lush, Krabi landscape, don’t just make for a pretty photograph – they also provide one of the most thrilling rock climbing environments in the world!
Rock climbing is therefore, an immensely popular adventure sport in Krabi and more than warrants its own page.
Krabi may be famous the world over for its fantastic scuba diving and incredible rock climbing sites, yet this stunning province provides a wealth of other fun and exciting sporting activities that shouldn’t be overlooked!