Krabi tourist info Thailand tourism

Each year thousands of people discover the enchanting charm of Krabi, and many find their way back here for more. This laid-back corner of Thailand is one of the kingdom's most beautiful as it is home to a wealth of stunning natural attractions.

If you’re a fan of the outdoor life, then Krabi could be your dream destination. The ruggedly beautiful landscape offers plenty of adventure in the form of rock climbing, trekking and kayaking, while the rich marine life of the Andaman Sea makes the province a must on any diver’s or snorkeller’s itinerary.


Feast your eyes on some of Asia’s most stunning scenery by taking a boat trip to Phi Phi or Phang Nga Bay - be sure to take your camera as this is where Thailand’s top shots are...more


Krabi's interesting coastline of karst cliffs and caves provides an excellent day out for the family; paddle through canyons or to offshore islands and experience lush nature up close...more


Krabi is Thailand’s most popular climbing spot - Railay's rugged backdrop doubles up as a fantastic climbing wall, and even beginners can learn the ropes here...more


You couldn’t ask for a more beautiful seascape for diving or snorkelling; the waters are teeming with exotic fish and a rainbow of wildlife - trips can easily be booked from all travel shops...more

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Alternatively, you can spend your days cruising the many islands that dot the coastline, or simply lounging on one of the many stretches of pristine white sand that Krabi has to offer.

Beaches and islands are truly special here and are the main reason most people visit the Krabi area. The beach on Hong Island has been voted as one of Thailand’s top five cleanest beaches for two consecutive years, for instance.

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All the beaches developed for tourism in Krabi have good infrastructure; it is easy to find a tour agent to provide info on any type of activity or sightseeing. There are numerous free maps that you can pick up if you would like to rent a car and explore the countryside. Also, look out for Flyera free monthly magazine full of tourism info on Krabi.

The local people are surely among the friendliest in Thailand and are genuinely proud to welcome visitors to their home. If you need any tourism info about Krabi, simply ask one of the locals at the many tour agents everywhere.

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