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Bangkok to Krabi

Krabi is one of the more recently developed locations for the visitor to enjoy with some major investment from the Tourist Authority of Thailand. Some of the major improvements in roads and hotels have been as the result of the devastation caused by the 2002 Tsunami. There is a fairly new airport from where here is a good choice of transport to the beaches and to Krabi town. By Air: Thai International have...[+]

Attractions in Krabi

Krabi is a relaxing resort, certainly compared with Phuket or Pattaya. It is also a new, developing destination, with some of the most outstanding natural scenery in the region. The islands are great for day trips using the many long tail boats waiting for your custom at places like Ao Nang beach. The dramatic limestone outcrops make for some stunning photographs, and the beaches of Railay and Tubkaak are...[+]

Beaches in Krabi

It could be argued that the beaches at Krabi are not as good as Phuket and Phi Phi, with a coarser sand, rather than the fine white powdery beaches of other locations. However, the islands just off the coast and the Railay beach to the west of Krabi town make for some of the best seaside locations in South East Asia. Ao Nang Beach: Not too far from Krabi town and just around the bay from the Noppharat Thara beach...[+]

Krabi Nightlife

The majority of visitors to Krabi are people looking for the quieter type of holiday so noisy discos and clubs are not so common here. There are plenty of tranquil bars near the beaches and in Krabi town. Bars: Along the beach front at Ao Nang and Noppharat Thara beach there are plenty of relaxing bars such as The Lost Pirate. They have a background of music which is very much down to personal taste as to whether its...[+]

Krabi Weather

The weather in the Krabi region is somewhat similar to Phuket, Phang Nga, Koh Samui, and other provinces in the southern part of Thailand. They all have two seasons in a year -- the dry season and the rainy season. Krabi lies just 8 degrees away from the equator, as a result it is considered as a tropical region. Its temperature normally ranges from 27 to 32C with humidity of around 75 to 100% but its temperature...[+]

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