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Krabi Travel Guide

Attractions in Krabi

Krabi is a province blessed with diverse tourism resources and one of Thailand’s tourist destinations of the highest potential, as an ancient human settlement dating back to the pre-historic era and developed into one of the 12 significant cities on the zodiac. A top tourist destination as a result of its plentiful natural attractions including, white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, extensive coral reefs, numerous caves and waterfall, and over 130 islands, including Koh Lanta and jewels of the Andaman coast, the six islands of Mu Koh Phi Phi National Park. Krabi is an important port city for both local fisherman as well as boats ferrying visitors to the nearby attractions, including Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta, and Railey Beach, one of the premier rock climbing destinations in the world.

Phi Phi Island

The tiny yet hugely famous Phi Phi Islands have for many years attracted tourists from every corner of the world to experience there phenomenal natural beauty. Once in your lifetime, come and walk along the white beach and the bluest sea of Maya Gulf and Phi Phi Lay Island. Take a boat ride to Pilay, the inner sea of the gulf, where emerald seawater rushes through the cliffs. Enjoy a view from the top of Phi Phi Don Island and take a look at the place where two gulfs meet.

Hat Rai Lay (Rai Lay Beach)

This beach is generally divided into two sections, east and west. West Rai Lay provides visitors with peace and quiet as it is a broad sandy beach with fewer facilities than Ao Nang. East Rai Lay which lies across the peninsula from West Rai Lay is different from other beaches in the area as it could actually be classified as a mud flat, especially during low tide. In addition to remarkable views and mangrove forests to the north of the beach, the main attraction for visitors to Hat Rai Lay is the adrenaline pumping activity of cliff climbing.

Poda Island

Poda Island, a major island with white sand beaches and clear turquoise seawater teemed with schools of colorful fish. There is also a small resort with a restaurant on the island if you are interested in spending a bit more time than a boat tour would allow.

Hong Island

Mu Koh Hong consists of a group of limestone islands including Koh Pakka, Koh Lao La Ding and Koh Hong or Koh Lao Li Pe which is the biggest island to the south. The attractions on these islands include fine beaches, shallow and deep-water coral reefs and various kinds of fish while popular activities include snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, sea-canoeing and nature studies on the 400-meter hiking trail around Koh Hong. Mu Koh Hong is located at the edge of the Than Bok Khorani National Park, and is accessible by a 1-hour boat trip from Ao Nang.

Emerald Pool

This hot spring originates from a warm stream in the lowland forest of Khao Nor Juji which is supposedly Thailand's last piece of virgin and fertile forest. The intensity of the pools turquoise colored water varies according to the light and time of the day so visitors determined to see the real emerald color should plan to visit at dawn or early in the morning. The pool can be visited all year round.