Whilst it is possible to visit Krabi on a day-trip from Klong Muang or Ao Nang, some people do choose to stay here a few nights before continuing to the coast or the islands. If you are chasing an ‘authentic’ Thai experience, this is where you’ll find it. Kayaking in the mangrove forest, visiting local fishing communities, discovering beautiful temples, or exploring the caves and prehistoric paintings in Krabi’s most famous landmark, at 100 meters tall Khao Kanab Nam which looks like two ‘dog-ear’-shaped rocks. Khao Kanab Nam acts as a kind of gateway to the town inviting those interested in a dose of genuine Thai culture and hospitality to stick around. Otherwise, as man’s best friend, it will follow you to many incredible islands of Krabi province such as Ko Phi Phi and Ko Lanta.
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