We advise what features to look for when choosing a baby friendly hotel in Krabi – from in-room facilities to swimming pools and stroller access.
Other than the essentials and baby’s own personal items, what are the things you need to bring for a holiday in Krabi with an infant or toddler?
Learn how to make curries, soups and stir-fries the Thai way in one of the many cookery schools in Krabi.
Indulge in pampering on a high level at one of Krabi’s luxury spas; or reach equal heights of bliss with a firm Thai massage in a more prosaic setting.
There are only two golf courses in Krabi, one 9-hole and one 18-hole: find out where they are and how to get there.
Thai kick boxing, or muay thai, is Thailand’s national sport. It’s also become a popular workout and fitness method. Find out where you can train or watch the sport in Krabi.
You may think only lunatics would brave the scorching heat to pedal around Krabi: you may even be right! But cover up and stay hydrated and the rewards are many…
Why you should still consider elephant trekking: read about the pros and cons of riding elephants in Krabi, with not a scary video or dodgy meme in sight.
Fishing enthusiasts in Krabi can choose between open sea fishing for a day out at the islands, or freshwater game fishing parks to stay on dry land.
Don’t visit Railay or Ton Sai without trying your hand at rock climbing. The peninsula is a climbing Mecca and can accommodate beginners as well as seasoned climbers.
A beach wedding is many couples’ dream: we explain how it can become a reality in Krabi. Find advice on wedding planners, marriage registration and more.
Taking a break with your loved one? See what Krabi has to offer for a romantic getaway – find the best activities, restaurants, spas and more.