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Resort sets new standards of luxury

A NEW beach resort is sure to raise the standard of luxury accommodation in Krabi province.

The Sea House Beach Resort is tranquillity-encapsulated in Had Yao (Long Beach) and perfect for people who want to rejuvenate themselves and seek a little refreshment on their travels.

Situated only half-an-hour drive from Krabi International Airport, there are only nine exclusive villas, one of which are is a Beachfront Private Pool Villa. Continue reading →

Krabi safe for tourists, governments told

KEY players in Krabi’s hospitality industry want to assure visitors that the Andaman coast is a safe destination in order to kick start the region’s ailing tourism industry

The message conflicts with alerts from the vast majority of national governments who have warned their citizens against travelling to Thailand. Only Taiwan currently lists Krabi as a safe destination for tourists to visits.

Similarly the Pattaya hotel market is facing another awful year with occupancy of luxury establishments falling to below 50 per cent. Continue reading →

Avoid all travel to capital, tourists urged

CHAOS reigns in Bangkok as clashes between red shirt protestors and government troops continued through the weekend leaving 34 dead and 211 injured.

Plans to enforce a curfew have been postponed although all government offices and schools remain shut as tourists and the general populace were warned not to venture onto the streets.

Clashes spread to Chiang Mai and Ubon Ratchathani yesterday, which are both United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) strongholds within Thailand. Continue reading →

Crisis end in sight

THE political crisis that has crippled Krabi’s tourism industry and seen more than 50 foreign embassies warn against travel to Thailand may soon be at an end.

The government meets today to put final touches to a ‘reconciliation roadmap’ which will cement a date for the dissolution of parliament.

This is the last demand before the red shirt leadership will agree to disband their Bangkok blockade and send supporters home, mainly to the rural northeast region. Continue reading →

Schools cancel holidays due to crisis

SCHOOLS in Singapore have cancelled planned trips to Krabi because of the ongoing political crisis. Continue reading →

More flights for Krabi Airport

NO FRILLS carrier Tiger Airways will be increasing its Krabi service as figures show a whopping 50 per cent rise in passenger numbers. Continue reading →

Tourist nets ‘monster’ catfish

A FISHING-mad tourist proved that it is possible to catch more than just rays in Krabi by netting a gigantic Mekong catfish weighing around 100lb. Continue reading →

Tourist figures plummet in Krabi

KRABI is suffering from the ongoing political turmoil with tourist figures down by up to one third this month. Continue reading →

Triathlon star trains in Krabi sun

KRABI is proving to be a popular training ground for international athletes. Continue reading →

Nuclear plant awaiting green light

TWO sites near Krabi are likely to be shortlisted for a new nuclear power plant, a government spokesman has revealed. Continue reading →

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