Attractions and Places to Visit in Krabi

Sightseeing in Krabi is an enchanting activity as it gives you the opportunity to discover Thailand, one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. The beauty of Krabi lies in the serenity of Phi Phi Island, the relaxing beach resorts of Koh Lanta and the stunning scenery of Railay beach and Ao Nang. When you are planning for sightseeing in Krabi, then, include popular trips from Ao Nang and Railay.

If you prefer to spend a day on dry land, there are many sight-seeing activities on the mainland. A day wandering around Krabi Town is a great way to get an insight into Thai culture, with its bustling morning market - the biggest in southern Thailand, pretty riverside walk and hundreds of little shops. This is also the place to come if you want to sample some authentic southern cuisine.

The best way to save time from island hopping is to pre-arrange some of Krabi Sightseeing Tours. Krabi Attractions are mostly nature-based, offering powdery beaches, stunning coral reefs, scenic large and small islands and lush forests with caves and waterfalls. A list of Half and Full Day Krabi Tours to Phi Phi Islands, Phang Nga Bay, Mangrove Forests and more are available to book.

Attractions

Temples and Mosques

Temples and mosques are more than just places of worship. They are at the very heart of the local community they represent, providing guidance and education, as well as a social centre for festivals, ceremonies and charitable events.

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Viewpoints in Krabi

Hot springs Krabi

There are many hot springs and cool freshwater springs bubbling up from Krabi’s ground. They differ among themselves on the composition of water, the health benefits of the arrangement, cost and the infrastructure around them.
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Historic Buildings

Viewpoints

Krabi is proud of its rich coral reefs and vibrant marine life. Towering mountain located on the sea was rich with virgin forest land covering almost do not see the sun. This is a home stay and the food supply of wild birds.
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