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Krabi Travelbook Dean Kelly Natalie Glebova
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Krabi is famous for its panoramic view and stunning Beaches and Islands. Its coral reef and linestones vistas are also one of the world’s most beautiful, which makes the city a great spot for coral diving – enjoy our Travelbook — Krabi, Thailand Travel Guide: things to do, see and explore in


With attractions such as hot springs, a wildlife sanctuary, Sea caves, flourishing coral reefs and exotic marine life, limestone temples that draw rock climbing fans from all over the Earth, along with national parks that include the island paradises of Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta, one could easily spend weeks in Krabi and leave yearning for more.

The best things to do, see and attractions YOU need to visit in Krabi, Thailand. 

  • Railay Beach
  • Emerald Pool
  • Blue Lagoon 
  • Ko Hong
  • Krabi Hot Springs
  • Ko Poda
  • Dragon Crest Mountain
  • Ko Mai Phai
  • Tree Top Adventure Park Thailand
  • Nong Thale
  • Ko Bida Nok
  • Ko Kai (Chicken Island)
  • Ko Ha (Five Island)
  • Aonang Elephant Sanctuary
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Krabi features some of the very photogenic sunsets in Thailand, often accompanied by spectacular displays of cloud to cloud lightning, which are best enjoyed from a beachside bar or Restaurant.

“Town” to most traffic is Ao Nang, a beachfront strip of guesthouses, hotels, bars, restaurants, and Souvenir stores that continues to grow as tourist arrivals increase, now spreading north into Noppharat Thara, whose quiet, shady beach is part of the national park that contains the Phi Phi Islands. Ao Nang is the significant launching point for Boat trips to nearby islands and the isolated shores of Phra Nang Cape, where the renowned former hippie enclave of Railey Beach is situated.

Our favorites things to do, see and attractions in Krabi, Thailand are the following:

  • Stay at The Tubkaak Boutique Resort 
  • Explore the Emerald Pool and Blue Lagoon 
  • Island hopping and visit Ko Honk



Hard to put into words the feeling we have after staying at @thetubkaakkrabi Boutique Resort in Krabi. 

You can tell that everything here is coming with love…

The food, the decor, the friendly staff and all the materials it’s made from. 

Everything is natural!

The see through pool is stunning in every way with the sauna included in the suite. 

We took so many photos I can’t even choose just one! 

Thank you to everyone at Tubkaak resort for the best weekend ever!

The Tubkaak Resort is located in Krabi and it’s a boutique hotel that overlooks a stunning white sand beach and a spectacular 13-island archipelago in the Andaman Sea. The islands provide refuge from the monsoon winds creating a safe beach. Set from the shore and explore the islands or take everything in.

The Tubkaak Resort is a sanctuary feel at one with nature and to unwind, romance. The hotel is hidden from the world, tucked between one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand and also the forested Hang Nak mountain. 

The bedrooms have a feel like home, surrendered by nature and beach front property, includes a signature outdoor sunken bathtub for enjoyment. The designers: Architects A49 ensured as it always has that all of the mature trees on the site were maintained and allowed new mountain water. Keep an eye out for the vernacular architecture of Southern Thailand in walls and the ceilings of our rooms and baths.

To experience nature’s beauty or whether staying to celebrate romance, this special Krabi beach resort will stay with you long after you depart. Come and experience for yourself why The Tubkaak is recorded in’1000 Places to see Before you Die

The Tubkaak boutique hotel is 40 minutes from Krabi International Airport and if required can organize the airport pick up for you and your family. This peaceful haven is surrounded by nature and love from the comfort of your stylish accommodation or simply by scenery waiting to be explored.


Authentic italian at Thai cuisine or Di Mare at The Arundina?

Dine on exquisite cuisine at Di Mare and The Arundina on the beachfront, where dishes are prepared utilizing the freshly and indulge your senses picked ingredients from our own garden.

Dining is one of the greatest pleasures in life, and at Tubkaak we have created two divine restaurants to indulge in culinary pleasures that are these. Love and care has gone into the increase of our organic garden where chickens lay vegetables and fresh eggs are picked.


The exceptional L’escape Spa experience begins when you glimpse the cocoon shaped treatment rooms climbing towards the heavens. You simply know that something awaits inside.

Our signature massages and treatments are inspired by traditional Oriental and Thai healing. Natural oils are used as well as ingredients in our own organic garden.

Each visit to this luxury spa in Krabi is a trip of comfort, with instinctive therapists that tailor each treatment. Remedies are our speciality, allowing you to share the L’escape Spa experience that is amazing. We invite everyone to experience the complimentary sauna and herbal steam facilities.

Railay Beach

Also known as Rai Leh, is a little peninsula between town of Krabi and Ao Nang at Thailand. It’s accessible only by boat due to high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access. The area is popular due to its beaches and relaxing relaxing setting, although these temples attract rock climbers from all over the world. Accommodation ranges from hotels that are medium-priced and bungalows in East Railay to a group of luxury hotels concentrated on West Railay, though one, has a restaurant and Rajavadee, crosses both waterfronts. Railay’s four main areas include West Railay Phra Nang, East Railay, and Ton Sai. Ton Sai is pastoral in character and caters to the backpacker place and climbers.

Ko Hong 

Also known as Ko Lao Bi Le. The island is located in the Than Bok Khorani national park, the islet has a world-class breathtaking landscape, which is categorised as one of the world’s top ten attractions with Amazing clean Beaches. It is surrounded by the Indigo Sea with soft powder-like sandy beaches. What makes this Island so unique is its own front shore of this almost half-circle shape. Ko Hong is recommendable for people who enjoy nature, swimming and Snorkelling.




Tours and experiences to have in Krabi • Thailand: Krabi 6-Hour Sunset Cruise

This 6-hour Krabi Sunset Cruise is available 7 days per week and all year round.

The program begins at approximately 02:00 PM with assembly points in both Ao Nang and Railay. Head out to the islands. In Poda, Chicken, Si and Ta Ming islands you will have the chance to snorkel and swim.

You may also try the kayak and 1 of the 4 stand-up paddle boards out there. Do as much or as little as you like on the cruise. The teak deck is ideal for relaxing and taking in the views. End the day while watching the sun set over the Andaman sailing back to the Railay Peninsula.

You have a chance to swim after dark in the seas alongside Pranang Beach in case you’d like to go through the bioluminescence.

Experience Highlights

  • Cruise on a restored junk to Andaman islands 
  • Enjoy a Thai-style buffet and world-famous cocktails
  • Explore the spectacular views of the sun setting on the Andaman



  • 75 Million-Year-Old Shell Cemetery
  • Hat Maya
  • Mu Koh Lanta National Park
  • Ko Po Da Nok (Ko Dam Khwan)
  • Choa Le Village (To Ba Leaw Community)


Ko Poda is one of four islands in an archipelago and once the tide is low enough you can walk one of all four islands. The crystal clear waters and secluded beachfronts of Ko Poda might entice you into relaxing and enjoying this special island.

Tiger Cave Temple in Krabi you can see from a bird’s eye perspective by scaling the steps of the Tiger Cave Temple to the surface. Revel in the joy that you’ve just climbed more than a million steps to achieve this picturesque view of beautiful Krabi.

Khao Phanom Bencha National Park is famous for its waterfalls, virgin rainforest, and rare wildlife. Sample nature at one of the greatest points in the region: the summit of that the park is in an elevation of nearly 1,500 meters.

Ko Lanta Yai This island well suited for people who want the simple pleasures and is part of the Ko Lanta archipelago. The accommodation in Ko Lanta Yai offered is in the kind of a bamboo hut. The island is serviced by ferries and supplies a refuge from tourist resorts that were overcrowded.

Pranang Cave Local fishermen’s legends say the mythical sea princess’ home is at Pranang Cave. Take a moment to enjoy the mythical royalty prefer as you wander away from mainland Railay Beach towards the cave.

Sa Morakot Emerald Pool, situated at Khao Pra-Bang Khra Wildlife Sanctuary, includes a large circular emerald-like pool using a little cascade flowing and can be swimmable. When people walk they’ll reach a superb pool, Bo Nam Phut. When we make a movement from the pool or clap our hands, there’ll be water. This is.

Namtok Ron located in the midst of a shady forest, includes plenty of little and large ponds with warm water seeping from the floor with warm steam floating over the water such as organic mineral spores onto a incline; the sexy waterway running to Khlong Thom under in descending sequence resembles tiers of a little waterfall.

Namphu Ron Khem Khlong Thom  is your sole real sweet popular spring in Thailand. You will find 14 hot springs appearing from beneath the earth widespread in the place that’s loaded with minerals, which rewards the body’s blood flow system. It’s great.

Ban Ko Klang Community  is a magical community located on a small Isle that keeps the easy lifestyle and its identity. It’s surrounded in the estuary by mangrove woods of over 1,000 rai. The Majority of the villagers are all Muslims. There Are Lots of interesting community-based attractiontherefore; for example, the Organic Farming Group, Khao Sang Yot Farmer Group, Ruea Hua Thong Designs Group, Pateh Cloth Group, etc..

Laem Sak Community is a three-cultural community which includes Thai-Buddhists, Thai-Muslims and Thai-Chinese. The highlights of the community comprise the Baba-Nyonya costumes, Cruising about the Ruea Hua Thong Boat to watch odd shaped limestone mountains of this inland Sea and traces of ancient stone paintings in addition to increasing Green Caviar seaweed, planting nearby orchids, also admiring the 360-degree perspective of sea all year year-round.

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KRABI, THAILAND Travel guide: things to do, see and FAQ includes

How do I get to Krabi?

Krabi has the newest and best regional airport in Thailand, you can get flights from Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and some other international destinations. Being so close to all the major airport hubs in Asia, there are always safe and economical options open to you.

The cost to fly from Bangkok ranges from about 1200 baht to 4000 baht depending on airline and time. Air Asia is a low cost airline who charges depending on demand so if you are flexible it is usually possible to get a flight at the lower end of that scale.
The airport itself is about 8km from Palm Valley. You will literally be home within a few minutes of touching down.

It takes just 1 hour 10 minutes flying from Bangkok to Krabi. Currently, Thai Airways and Air Asia fly more than 6 flights daily during May to September, and more than 10 flights a day from October to April. In addition, Krabi Tourism Association is now coordinating and working with tourism agents in many Middle East countries.

Also, over the past five years, traveling by yacht and luxury boat in the Andaman Sea to islands and tourist attractions has been increasing.

When to go?

The weather in Krabi is best from late December to May: you’ll find warm days and clear skies.

If you between May and November, chances are high that your plans may get monsoon’s out. The weather tends to be hottest in April and rainy for the rest of the summer. January in Krabi is probably the best month to visit – the days are warm, the nights are cool and there is barely any rain.

What is Krabi Town like?

Krabi Town is a small charming provincial town. It is now expanding quickly and has a Tesco shopping complex with a cinema, also a BIG C and Homepro shopping centre within minutes of Palm Valley.

There is also a Macro within just a few minutes of Palm Valley which offers a wide range of all goods, fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish and all other goods at the best prices.

A wide range of western goods is available in the area to cater for all the international restaurants and hotels in the area
The town also has a good selection of restaurants both Thai and western and several live music venues, clubs and entertainment spots.

Why Krabi and not Phuket?

Very good question. This really depends on your point of view, if you are the sort of person who enjoys jet skiing all day and a night trawling busy bars, then to be honest, Phuket is probably going to suit you better than Krabi.

If however you like uncrowded beaches, clean water and air, then Krabi is the place for you. Jet ski’s, banana boats, sun loungers on the beach are completely banned and the local government is keen to promote sustainable development. The cost of living is also considerably cheaper than in Phuket or Samui.

There is even a growing trend for long term Phuket residents to move to Krabi; as Phuket becomes busier and more like a city, the Island charm it had when those residents first arrived has disappeared. Krabi offers them the chance to find it again with the additional advantage of lower prices, more space for growth, better infrastructure and communications and, many would argue, much nice local people.

Can I get a driving license in Thailand?

Thailand accepts most worldwide driving licenses but if you are staying long term then it is advisable to get a Thai driving license which can also be used as an identity card when opening bank accounts or in many other situations.

The process is quite simple. You can either get a notarized translation of your foreign driving license and take this to the Transport department and then just take the written part of the test (in English), or without the translation you can take the very simple driving test and written part. The whole process can easily be completed in a day. Our Management service will be able to give you all the details.

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