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Krabi, located in southern Thailand along the picturesque Andaman coast, is a top holiday destination renowned for its stunning natural beauty. From white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters to coral reefs, caves, and waterfalls, Krabi offers a variety of natural attractions. The region is comprised of breathtaking archipelagos and secluded beaches, reachable only by brightly decorated long-tail boats, adding to its allure.
Tiger Cave Temple
Rural Road Krabi 2024, Krabi Noi, Mueang Krabi District, Krabi

The Tiger Temple is a meditation complex of several caves in a jungle valley. This is one of the most popular temples in Krabi and it attracts many visitors. If you enjoy hiking you can climb the 1,237 stairs to the top of the mountain to experience a breathtaking view.

Phra Nang Beach
Phra Nang Beach, Krabi

Phra Nang Beach in Krabi Province has one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The beach lies between the Andaman Sea and it's famous for its tropical forest and white sand. The beach offers diving and snorkelling experiences in clear blue waters.

Gecko Cabane
1/36-37 Soi Ruamjit, Maharat Road, Krabi

The friendly owner, charming decor and delicious local Thai food make this place a must visit when you are visiting Krabi Town. Their menu offers excellent and tasty Thai food. All the dishes are also affordably priced.

Ton-Ma-Yom Restaurant
262/7 Moo 2, Soi 11 Leelavalley, Ao Nang, Krabi

This is a small Thai food restaurant with delicious food and friendly service. Ton-Ma-Yom Restaurant is a genuine restaurant, worth a visit even though it is hidden away from the main street. Table reservations are highly recommended.

Chao Fah Night Market
Chao Fah Pier, Kongka Road, Krabi

Visit the Chao Fah Night Market if you want to experience a vivid and lively Krabi night market. With outdoor stations, there are plenty of people offering typical and local Thai dishes, clothing and souvenirs, plus live music.

Krabi Walking Street
Pak Nam, Mueang Krabi District, Krabi

Held every weekend, The Walking Street in Krabi Town is one of the most important markets where local people sell a wide range of products and street food. In The Walking Street you can buy everything you can think of.

Passport / Visa

Visitors to Thailand need a valid passport and in some cases a visa to enter the country. Nationals of 57 countries are allowed to be in the country from 14 to 90 days without a visa. Nationals of other 21 countries including China, India and Saudi Arabia are granted a visa on arrival, while the remaining need a visa in advance. Check the website below for further information: www.thaiembassy.com/visa/thailand-visa.php

Best Time to Visit

Krabi is subject to a typical monsoon climate with a dry season from December to April and a rainy season from May to November. Most of the tourists come between January and March to enjoy the sunny days and good weather, while the period April-May is the hottest just before the monsoon. Thai New Year occurs in April so expect higher prices in this period. From June to August the temperatures drop a little because of the rains and so do the prices as tourism slows down, making it the perfect period for those who don't mind the occasional shower. Instead, the period September-November can get very rainy and is, as such, the worst time to visit Krabi.

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