Hey Must Do Travellers. Welcome back to another episode as we travel the world together. Today we’re on the southwest coast of Thailand in Krabi. Characterized by amazing beaches and rock climbing spots, this is definitely one of the must see parts of Thailand. Lets go explore!
10. Phra Nang Beach 2:03
Phra Nang Beach is the southern strip of sand in Railay Bay. You can get to the beach by a 20-minute long-tail boat trip directly from Ao Nang or a 10 minute walk from Railay East. With super soft sand, clear shallow water, coral reef, and caves, this really is the perfect beach.
9. AO Nang 2:22
Ao Nang is a resort town. It’s known for the long beachfront and access to dive sites off the nearby islands. It has the relaxed atmosphere of a small town but the beauty of a beach resort.
8. Khao Kanab Nam 2:43
The pair of 100-metre-high limestone rocks rise from either side of the Krabi river to form a key part of the natural scenery. Any visitor of Krabi town will get a glimpse of the rocks and their iconic tilted shapes from afar, but a boat trip to explore the cave is worth every penny.
7. Phi Phi Islands 3:02
Phi Phi Island is Thailand’s superstar. It’s been in the movies, tv shows and is definitely on all your friends’ must-do list. Even with all the hype, it does not disappoint. Phi Phi’s beauty cannot even be captured in photos – it’s something you must experience for yourself.
6. Klong Thom Hot Spring 3:22
The Krabi Hot Springs are natural ‘hot tubs’ in volcanic chambers. If you’re into doing something extremely relaxing and therapeutic on your trip to Thailand, this is a must-do for you.
5. Krabi Shell Cemetery 3:44
Local folklore claims it’s even older than 75 million years. This is great place to visit if you’re interested in geology or historical artefacts since it is claimed to be one of only three such shell cemetery sites in the entire world.
4. Krabi Town 4:03
Krabi Town is a market town that was around long before international tourists started to visit the area. It’s charming, laid back, and is where you can live like a local. For those interested in a dose of genuine Thai culture and hospitality, sticking around Krabi Town is a rewarding experience.
3. Wat Tham Sua 4:22
This is one of Thailand’s finest natural wonders. The temple here has beautiful icons in the main temple cave, but the real attraction here is the ‘footprint of the Buddha’. To get to this historic site you need to hike over 1000 steps up the limestone tower – but the destination is worth the journey!
2. Thung Teao Forest National Park 4:43
This nature trek is a great place to spot rare animals and plants that are close to extinction. The forest is filled with age-old trees stretching up to the sky, unusual forest creatures and limestone foothills that open onto a dazzling emerald pool.
Railay Beaches and Caves 5:02
Railay is an attraction in itself. It is a small peninsula accessible only by boat because of the tall limestone cliffs casting it away from the Krabi mainland. Railay is the kind of destination to get away from it all and to enjoy all that Thailand’s nature has to offer.
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