Krabi is not only the most beautiful destination in Thailand, it is also Muslim-friendly! Find out where to stay, eat, and pray in our Halal guide to Krabi
More and more people are choosing to explore Krabi alone: we list the precautions to take, and also explore the positive side of solo travel
Krabi – like most of Thailand – is a challenge for wheelchair users, but certainly not one that is insurmountable. Many disabled travellers visit the region each year and facilities are improving.
If you’ve been to Krabi before, you may be seeking new things to do beyond Phi Phi and the 4 Islands: we show you how to get off the tourist trail.
Sustainable tourism is becoming a bigger trend worldwide but what does Krabi have to offer for the ethically minded visitor? Find out here.
A perfect tropical island all to yourself is a fantasy that is out of reach to most in Krabi except those with access to a private boat.
While traditional backpackers have all but disappeared from Krabi, there are still pockets of guitar strumming travellers to be found. And the new generation of party flashpackers are increasingly well catered for.
Justin Frishberg, a former British paralympian, reports on his trip to Krabi and how the area is learning to accommodate disabled travellers
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.