Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Paradise neglected Krabi Island has forgotten for a long time is becoming the new target of many tourists with stunning coastal vistas featuring towering limestone cliffs, soft white sand beaches, small coves and offshore islands.

Krabi Island, neglected paradise​

Located on the west coast of the peninsula in southern of Thailand, Krabi has 2 famous locations: Krabi Town and Ao Nang and 130 bigger and smaller islands in the Andaman Sea near Krabi. Visitors usually concentrate more in Ao Nang because it is near to the sea, suitable for traveling.

The town of Krabi is not very attractive for tourists. There are some cheap hotels, but these are rarely used by travelers. The main attractions are the beaches west of the town and of course the islands. There are caves, waterfalls and the Tiger cave temple (Wat Tham Sua) should be must see. From the top of the hill a big golden Buddha oversees the landscape with spectacular views over the town, the river, the limestone mountains and the Andaman Sea.

A viewing angle, where Fishermen’s boats berth​

Around the center of Krabi are towering limestone cliffs along the coast attracting a lot of climbers coming to try. The main point of climbing Ton Sai, Railay and Phra Nang.

Divers can find attractive spots around Koh Lanta, Koh Phi Phi and the many smaller islands. And finally Krabi is an excellent place to start island hopping tours across the southern Anadaman Sea.

This is a quiet place that is suitable for those who want to find a gentle seaside city with long coastline for walking in brilliant sunset, having islands with white sandy beaches, blue water, the diving area that full of fishes as well as the shops having all kinds of snacks to linger.

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