Krabi islands review
Krabi is a vast province in Thailand. It is also the name of its main town and is also commonly referred to when describing nearby Krabi islands. Staying in Krabi Town will show you an authentic southern culture while doing an island hopping is effortless since Krabi is well-connected with many islands.
Krabi Town radiates with a local vibe as it’s a transit town, and people don’t stay long here. If you are looking for sunbathing or relaxing on the beach, Krabi Town might not be the best option for you because it is in-land. Being the largest town of the province, Krabi offers colorful local markets, historical temples, breathtaking views, and proximity to many eco-adventures. The most famous tourist site in Krabi is Tiger Cave, which features a temple complex on the top of the hill, providing its visitors with stunning views over the province.
Krabi is an ideal base destination for island hopping and visiting world-class beaches and diving spots. Off the coastline in Ao Nang town, lies a host of lesser-known Krabi island dream-spots for you to explore. From a secret lagoon at Koh Hong, caves at Railay Beach, coral reefs at Koh Pak Bia, white dunes at Koh Poda, and the unusual Chicken Island, you are never far from the sublime sands and beautiful waters of the Andaman Sea.
- AIRPORT Krabi & Phuket
- BEST TIME TO VISIT Nov - May