If you’re interested in visiting Krabi but don’t know where to start, this page will attempt to answer some commonly asked questions about the area.
Get a taste of what is on offer to holidaymakers in Krabi, whether you are travelling as a family, a couple or solo, and how you can make it happen.
What are the best ways of travelling to Krabi? Find out the various options for flights, bus and road routes, as well as getting here by train or boat.
Find out the best ways to get around the wider Krabi area once you are here, including public transport, taxis and private rental options for both land and sea.
Find out everything you need to know about Krabi Airport: the best ways to get there and away (taxis, bus and private transfers) and what services are provided inside.
How much spending money should you bring to Krabi? We list prices for common items, activities and meals in the Krabi area to help you plan your budget.
Krabi enjoys a tropical climate with the temperature rarely dropping below 27C in the daytime, year round (the average is around 32C). There are two […]
What to bring to Krabi – and what to leave at home. We offer advice to help you pack light for your Krabi vacation, at any time of the year.
Find out which countries can travel to Thailand without a visa, and how to get a visa on arrival in Krabi if you are from India or China.
Public place markers on Krabi maps are hit and miss affairs: get up-to-date, accurate information here with our free custom Krabi Google maps
A reliable and up-to-date schedule for all ferries operating between Lanta, Koh Jum, Ao Nang, Railay, Phi Phi, Krabi Town, Koh Yao and Phuket
“The Beach” is to get a respite from heavy boat and foot traffic over the low season, in the hopes it may make a partial recovery from the pollution.
When, where and how to book your sightseeing in Krabi: we explain how to get the best deals and best quality on the various tours and excursions in the area.
Here we share some of the best itinerary plans for a 3 night stay, and for everyone from active adventurers to sun and sea junkies. We’ve even included a plan for a “free” holiday! (no entry fees).
If you have limited time in Krabi, you may just be looking for a quick list of the “must-see” highlights. We round up the most popular sights here.
A beach holiday in a destination like Krabi makes for an ideal family getaway. There is a large selection of family accommodation, as well as plenty of outdoor activities to keep the little – and big – ones occupied.
An overview of the different areas in Krabi, and advice on which one would be the best to base your holiday from beaches and islands to inland.
The lowdown on accommodation in Krabi: how to choose a hotel, how the seasons work, and our recommended places to book for every hotel category.
National Children’s Day (wan dek haeng chaat) is held on the second Saturday of January every year. It’s a time for shows, celebrations and lots of sugar…
The main tourist centre, Ao Nang is a good all-rounder and rightly deserves its status as the most popular place to stay on the Krabi mainland.
Ao Nang’s up-and-coming neighbour offers a quieter and cheaper alternative to staying on the mainland, with much of the same conveniences.
This authentic market town lacks beaches but is exceptionally well-connected and has a wonderfully laidback vibe, bridging old and new Thailand.
An upmarket resort area offering a luxury escape from the crowds, a breathtaking viewpoint hike, and some of the best sunsets in the whole of Krabi.
Once a haven for hippy backpackers, Railay has kept some of its barefoot charm while moving steadily upmarket. Kick back and enjoy the island feeling.
A perennial favourite of backpackers and climbers, Ton Sai remains a free spirited hangout, despite attempts to commercialise the beach area.