Your Krabi was the first ever guidebook dedicated to Krabi Province in Thailand, published in November 2006.
Looking for the best pizza in Krabi? It will be here, among our selection of top-rated Italian restaurants in the area. Or try something more upmarket…
Klong Muang and Tubkaek lie in a quiet enclave at the end of the cape, with only a few private transport options available.
What is this mysterious “fossil shell” that is signposted everywhere, and why is it not on any organised tour itineraries? Find out the answers here.
The closest Krabi has to an “aquarium”, this working research and breeding centre is open to the public and offers a glimpse of Andaman marine life.
With so many of Krabi’s attractions being outdoors, it’s hard to know what to do if it rains: we round up some of the best solutions for wet weather.
Banks, post office, mobile networks, hospitals and immigration services: all the practical details and contact info you need for a stay in Krabi.
Justin Frishberg, a former British paralympian, reports on his trip to Krabi and how the area is learning to accommodate disabled travellers
Hotels for disabled travellers are not usually advertised on booking sites. Here, we round up the properties that may be suitable, depending on your level of mobility.
Whether you’re recently married or not, these handpicked romantic hotels offer something a little bit special: beautiful, tropical hideaways that will make you feel utterly […]
Surprisingly few hotels and resorts in mainland Krabi offer rooms with ocean views, and those that do usually only have a partial glimpse, rather than an inspiring panorama. Nonetheless, we have listed all of them here.
Space to spread out; a private pool; meals cooked to order: for many, a serviced holiday home is the ultimate in luxury, and an ever-growing number of villas and apartments exist in Krabi to cater for them.
The choice for families in Krabi is improving: the opening of perhaps the ultimate kid-friendly hotel, Holiday Inn, has upped the game, and others are now following its lead.
Krabi, and Ao Nang in particular, can be difficult for the budget-conscious traveller. Find out where to find mid-ranger, flashpacker, and even dorm style hostel accommodation in the area.
Getting to Ko Jum, and its neighbour, Ko Siboya can be tricky. Find out what your options are here.
The definitive guide to longtail boat travel to Railay: how to negotiate the taxi boats and understand the system of coupons for a stress-free journey.
Find out how far Ao Nang is from Krabi Airport, and how well-connected it is in terms of getting around Krabi.
Krabi Town is the provincial capital so is well served by all forms of transport: find out the options for getting there by bus, taxi boat and plane.
February – April are the hottest and driest months of the year in Krabi. We offer advice on how and where to stay cool when the temperature soars.
Low – Green – or Rainy Season in Krabi usually runs from May to October every year, though the rains can start and end on either side of this.
An overview of the weather and climate in Krabi, with information about seasons, temperature and humidity, and the best time to plan a visit.
We cover pediatric health issues and particular hazards you may not be aware of when travelling with children in Thailand.
Is it worth buying anything for babies in Krabi? We give the lowdown on infant clothing, feeding supplies and toys and where to find bargains.
What to do if your baby is sick in Krabi, and advice on how to keep them safe and prevent common health issues while travelling in Thailand.