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Exotic Krabi

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Krabi
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  • Couples
  • Honeymoon
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Included in this package
Hotel
Sightseeing
Meals
Transfer
  • Tour Itinerary
  • Inclusions
  • Policies
  • Tour Destinations

Tour Plan

Day 1 

Arrival in Krabi

Arrival at Krabi Airport. Pick-up from the airport and transfer to the resort. Check in at a resort and rest of the day free at leisure.

Day 2 

Krabi - Island Hopping Tour

Enjoy your trip to islands hopping. Amazing island is “Koh Tub” low tide can walk through the other island for swimming and sun bathing on the beach. Chicken island local landmark, name after shape of its unique limestone jutting out into the sea. Pranang bay secluded peninsular, inaccessible by car that well known “Railway beach”. Poda Island, stunning jewel of the Andaman Sea with both lowland, picturesque bamboo platation and majestic, rocky cliffs, bordered by long, beautiful beach. 

Day 3 

Krabi - Hot Spring & Jungle Excursion

Vist for Hot Springs and Jungle excursion getting around Hot spring, Magic Pool, Wat Tham Sua: Klong Thom district is about 65 kilometers away from Krabi town. The place is famous for its natural Hot spring in the jungle. The temperature is about 38-40 degrees Celcius with the mixture of mild sulfur, which is said to cure skin diseases. You can take a plunge in the other Pool “Magic Pool” at Khao Nor Joo Jee. A stop at Wat Tham Sua on the way back to hotel. 

Day 4 

Krabi - Departure

Check out well in time proceed to Krabi Airport and board the return flight to home.

Inclusions

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Krabi
  • Daily breakfast
  • Return Airport Transfer
  • 4 Island tour by Speed Boat with Lunch (not incl. national park fee)
  • Hot Spring and Jungle tour Including Lunch
  • All tours and transfers on SIC (Seat in coach) basis

Exclusions

  • Any Airfare
  • Any Visa Charges (Visa on Arrival)
  • Any Overseas Travel Insurance
  • Early Check-in and late Checkout in properties
  • Entry tickets other than those mentioned in Inclusions
  • Personal Expenses / Extras during Stay in Resort like laundry, Telephone calls, Medicines, Liquor
  • Meals other than those mentioned above
  • Anything other than those mentioned in the ‘Inclusions’ list above
  • Any Surcharge, if applicable by the Hotel at the time of booking
  • GST as applicable

Tour Activity

Pricing Calender

Visa Policies

Thailand Visa
  • Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months with two opposite blank pages
  • Visa Application Form completely filled in and signed by applicant
  • Checklist signed by the applicant
  • Two passport size recent colored photograph with white background (35x45mm, 80% face should be visible)
  • Covering Letter addressed to ''THE VISA COUNSELOR The Royal Thai Embassy mentioning the name of the person responsible for bearing the expenses of the entire trip) / NOC letter / Visiting Card / Salary slips from last 3 months
  • Confirmed tickets in and out of Thailand
  • Evidence of confirmed hotel / accommodation reservation in Thailand with address and contact number under applicant’s name. If travel in group, must provide a cover letter stating all names with passport numbers and place (s) to stay
  • Original Bank Passbook or Bank statement (SIX months) (must be attested by the bank) having a minimum balance equivalent to $700

Booking Policies

  • 50% of the Holiday Package Cost at the time of Booking.
  • Balance 50% of Holiday Package Cost, 30 days prior to Departure.
  • Non-Refundable items (if any) will be told in advance for full payment.
  • Airfare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation Policies

  • 25% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 51 Days or More
  • 50% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 50 – 36 Days
  • 75% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 35 – 21 Days
  • 100% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 20 Days or less.

Tour Destination

About City

Krabi
"Bustling city, quiet locals"

One of the oldest provinces in Thailand, Krabi is home to the traditional yet the modern, the touristy and the local flavour. A coastal destination often visited with Phuket, Krabi is home to beautiful beaches, islands and limestone formations. In addition, Krabi offers some of the beautiful coral diving spots in the world, making it an excellent destination for diving enthusiasts and Instagram photograph hunters alike.

Home to the Phi Phi Islands, Krabi sees a large amount of footfall on them. The islands are known for their unmatched beauty and, over the years, have become a favourite spot among partygoers and private vacationers alike. Beautiful beaches like Railey Beach are sought by those looking for amazing photographs and by rock-climbing enthusiasts who come to conquer the towering limestone formations.

Krabi is also home to many gems, which many might miss if not keen for exploration. The crystal Emerald Pool in Thung Teao Forest Natural Park and Klong Thom Hot Springs in the jungle near the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve are two such spots that cannot be missed. In addition, national Parks in the islands of Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta has ensured over the years of protection of local flora and fauna and are a worthy visit when travelling in Krabi.

Things To Do In Krabi

1. Rock Climbing in Railay
While Railay Beach is touted for its hippie enclave, it is also a phenomenal rock climbing paradise. This beach has a plethora of sheer, craggy limestone karsts, cliffs and natural rock outcroppings that adventure enthusiasts can climb for panoramic ocean and island views. Krabi Rock Climbing Centre, Railay Rock Climbing Shop, and Hot Rock Climbing School on Railay Beach offer equipment, guided for climbers of all skill levels, and drop-in and professional courses.

2. Take a Dip in Klong Thom Hot Springs
Tucked into a small tropical jungle near Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve, Klong Thom Hot Springs is an idyllic spot for hiking and a relaxing swim. Rising up to a pleasant 40–47 degrees Celsius, Klong Thom’s saltwater is believed to have medicinal healing properties. The 5-metre-tall waterfall cascades to form over ten canopied ponds and mineral plunge pools. There are plenty of shacks and bathtubs designed for tourists to unwind in the surrounding area.

3. Explore Railay Beaches & Caves
Accessible just by boat, this peninsula of limestone crags is a beautiful destination for a laid-back rest in the middle of your Thailand holiday. An absolute best for rock climbers, Railay is a one-of-a-kind spot for active diving, kayaking and rock climbing; as well as just relaxing at your resort.

4. Island Hopping in Krabi
Island hopping tours allow visitors to see the best of Krabi, its glittering white-sand beaches and rainforests within a day or two. The four iconic islands in Krabi for day trips are Koh Poda, Koh Hong or Chicken Island, Phra Nang Cave, and Tup Island. They are best explored from November to March by cruises and speed boats from Ao Nang Bay. One can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, island lunches and sunsets during the tour.

5. Visit Phra Nang Beach
The Phra Nang Beach is situated between Krabi and Ao Nang beach as a part of a small peninsula. The coral reefs, caves and cliffs lapped around by crystal clear waters and home to two small islands – Koh Rang Nok and Nai, gives one the ingredients of a perfect beach destination. Celebrated for its white duvet-soft sand, clear water, caves and the gorgeous coral reef, Phra Nang is also well recognized for its “Princess Cave” or Tham Phra Nang Nok.

6. Trip to Phi Phi Islands
Phi Phi consists of a group of six islands. Only 40 km from Phuket, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh are the two most famous islands of the six. With their pristine waters and vibrant parties, these islands are a fantastic way to spend a few days in Thailand. Its striking cliffs, white sand beaches with jungles all around, and clear blue waters make it look nothing short of paradise. None of the islands has roads, and most are humanly inhabited, making these islands one of the few untainted beautiful landscapes left in the world.

7. Kayaking in Krabi
Kayaking in Krabi is the most relaxed and beginner-friendly way to explore its gorgeous beaches, streams and mangrove forests. Some things that can only be seen while kayaking in Krabi are its limestone cliffs and rock formations in the ocean, canyons, caves, wetlands, lagoons, and picture-perfect sunsets. Thalane Bay, Bor Thor Village, Ao Nang Beach, Railay Beach and Hong Island are the top kayaking destinations in Krabi, offering several kayak rentals.

8. Go On a Sunset Cruise
Sunsets are the most magical time to admire Krabi’s coastline and islands aboard luxury and catamaran cruises. Hop aboard Siamese cruises or yachts, and enjoy fun-filled parties, dining with sunset views, cocktail galore, and romantic honeymoons, sailing past stunning beaches and limestone rock islets. One can book unique sunset cruises from Ao Nang or Railay beach with operators like Krabi Sunset Cruises, which run all year round.

9. Explore Krabi Town
Krabi Town is a small, beautiful town situated along the Krabi river. It is the provincial capital and is mainly preferred by tourists as a transit point when they visit the nearby islands with beaches. However, travellers should take notice of this town also, which offers a very local aura. Visitors can engage in the market activities, go for Thai massages, or even take a boat ride to Khao Kanab Nam. The markets sell some delicious seafood, and there are various restaurants in the town that serve excellent local as well as international cuisine.

10. Ao Nang Beach
Ao Nang or sometimes Ao Phra Nang is the most vibrant and westernised beach of Thailand located in the Mueang Krabi district of Southern Thailand. A former backpackers’ spot Ao Nang has now developed enough to be an absolute tourist's bliss. One can indulge in various activities like getting a relaxing spa, rock climbing, kayaking, scuba diving or go on a shopping spree.

11. Snorkelling in Krabi
Snorkelling in Krabi is mostly centred in and around the many offshore islands lying west or south of the mainland. Located in southern Thailand, Krabi has over the years attracted many diving and snorkelling enthusiasts with its many pockets of reefs and bays. Krabi's many limestone cliffs and rugged and rocky terrain have facilitated the growth of small areas of colourful marine life. Phi Phi islands and the Four Islands (Poda group of islands) are the primary snorkelling locations in Krabi.

12. Maya Bay
An iconic location ever since it shot to fame in the Movie 'The Beach' by Leonardo Di Caprio, Maya Bay's small but beautiful beaches were thronged by tourists in the thousands each day. Accessible only by boats and ferries, the crystal waters of the bay are great for swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving. While until recently, the bay had been indefinitely shut off to visitors, as the rampant increase in tourism over the years has adversely affected the biodiversity of the region, tourists are now allowed to visit again in a controlled manner.

13. Tiger Cave
Overlooking spectacular mountain and valley views, Tiger Cave Temple or Wat Tham Suea is a Buddhist cave temple at an elevation of 309 metres. It is a sacred site for the resident monks and also features a stunning maze of natural caves in an overgrown rainforest, fascinating tiger paw prints in the cave, tall Buddha statues, and the strenuous stone staircase with 1,237 stairs towards the summit.

14. Thung Teao Forest National Park
Among Krabi’s most striking natural attractions, Thung Teao Forest Natural Park is home to the much-photographed Emerald Pool. Hike the protected park’s 2.7-kilometre-long trail to spot native birds, lizards and small mammals. This trail leads to the crystalline Emerald Pool, where one can enjoy a swim and jump across towering limestone cliffs. This ancient lowland forest also has lovely waterfalls and hot springs.

15. Take a Dip in the Emerald Pool
The Krabi Emerald Pool, also known as Sa Morakot locally, is a picturesque natural pond fed by fresh water springs that descend down the surrounding hills. Situated within the Krabi province of South Thailand it is a beautiful place and a top excursion point for tourists eager to explore the natural beauty of the region. A leisurely walk along the natural jungle trail and by the pool brings one face to face with the bounty of nature under a thick cover of rain forest containing an enormous biodiversity including tropical trees and creatures of diverse species.

16. Phra Nang Cave
Situated close to the Railay Beach in Krabi, the Phra Nang Cave is famous for the large number of wooden phallic symbols present here in varying sizes apart from the soothing white sand and magnificent views of Krabi. Considered as a symbol of fertility, people visit the Phra Nang shrine (nestled inside the cave) to offer wooden phallic symbols at the shrine, praying to cure their infertility problems.

17. Krabi Elephant Sanctuary
Located approximately 40 km away from the town of Krabi, the Krabi Elephant Sanctuary is home to various rescued elephants and offers a heart-warming experience to all its visitors. A safe haven for retired elephants, the Krabi Elephant Sanctuary lets one learn about elephants, their behavior, play with them in mud, feed and even bathe them. This place is ideal for animal lovers who care about the welfare of elephants.

18. Diving in Krabi
Krabi has over 100 islands with some of Thailand’s most magnificent diving sites, known for its azure blue shores, idyllic limestone mountains and warm water. Owing to excellent underwater visibility, diving is one of the best ways to see submerged caves, coral reefs and colourful fish up close. Anyone can learn diving and scuba diving at Krabi’s diving schools and centres, such as in the Ao Nang Local Islands, Gypsy Divers, and Railay Dive Centre.

19. Trip to Hong Island
You can righteously say that Hong Island, a great tourist destination just off the Krabi coast in the Phang Nga Province, is an undiscovered and unordinary gem waiting to be explored. This island consists of a group of four exotic tropical islands that can be reached within 20 to 30 minutes from Ao Nang in a speedboat. Hong Island is a spot every adventure freak, as well as nature lover, would want to be at. Some even call the island the most mesmerising place in the Krabi province.

20. Krabi Town Night Market
Krabi Town Night Market along the Krabi river is well known for selling almost everything from clothes to handicrafts to delicious food. This daily night market at Chao Fah is known for its varied selection of lip-smacking Thai food, particularly seafood. Most travellers come here for the food stalls, which are affordable as well as delicious. In addition, there are many stalls selling clothes, handicrafts, accessories and other souvenirs. It gets pretty crowded into the night, and one should take care of belongings while shopping.

21. Enjoy a Thai Massage
Integrating acupressure, Ayurveda and assisted yoga, traditional Thai massages are great for relieving muscle tension. Trained practitioners use their hands, elbows, thumbs and forearms to knead pressure points and knots with aromatic oil. Most massage rooms feature saunas, plunge pools, and perks like body exfoliation, or Thai lunch. You can enjoy hourly sessions at Nhums Thai Massage, Samadhi Yoga, Sa-bai Thai Massage, Royal Palm Spa, and Body Kneads Thai Massage in Krabi.

22. Mangrove Kayaking in Krabi
Ao Thalane Bay is home to Krabi’s most beautiful and dense mangrove forests with cascading streams, caves, small inlets, hidden lagoons and wetlands. Mangrove kayaking is an ideal way to discover several small islands on Ao Thalane Bay, spot biodiverse wildlife and paddle among limestone cliffs into a jungle canyon. Most tours take 2-3 hours, and equipment can be rented from local shops or at Ao Thalane Kayak Krabi Centre.

23. See the famous Khao Kanab Nam Mountains
These are the two iconic mountains of Krabi town that lie at the banks of the Krabi river. Khao Kanab Nam are two 100 meters tall peaks with many caves, stalagmites, and stalactites, which are an incredible sight. Many human head skeletons are also said to be found here. The caves are accessible by a staircase. There is an amazing mangrove forest and a fishing village nearby where travellers often go as well.

24. Marvel at Sunsets in Krabi
To watch the sunset in Krabi is a sought-after experience and a way to admire its captivating coastline. Krabi is home to many famous beaches where one can head for sunset views, as well as beach bars and lounges. Enjoy watching the sky transform into invigorating shades of crimson, orange and pink as the sun goes down in Krabi from Ao Nang Beach, Railay Beach, Tiger Cave Temple, and Koh Poda.

25. Enjoy the Nightlife in Krabi
Southern Thailand’s most-loved honeymoon and leisure getaway, Krabi, boasts amazing Go-Go beach bars, nightclubs, dining lounges and colourful traditional night markets. From rooftop beer galore with live DJs, delectable cocktails, and Instagrammable ocean vistas to delicious seafood and shopping for trinkets, the best places to enjoy the nightlife in Krabi include Ao Nang Beach’s Amy’s Bar and Centre Point, Bamboo Bar on Railay Beach, Phi Phi Island and Chao Fah Pier Night Market.

26. Koh Kradan
Koh Kradan located in Trang Province of Thailand is about 40 to 50 minutes away from the mainland. Amongst all the numerous island that Thailand comprises of, Koh Kradan has the most beautiful beaches. So, your sunrises and sunsets on this island will be extremely stunning and it might even appear to you as if the emerald sea and lilac sky are merging. You will have many things to look around and to explore when on the island. Its interiors consist of huge rubber and coconut plantations. Koh Kradan also holds many adventures for those of you who are looking for some adrenaline rush.

27. Shopping in Krabi
From glitzy and compact shopping malls, markets against ocean backdrops, and tourists’ favourite walking streets to colourful night markets, Krabi features plenty of exciting shopping destinations. For example, Ao Nang Walking Street boasts malls like Outlet Village and Big C, banks, trinket stores, nightclubs, linen sellers and seafood vendors. For batiks, jewellery, handicrafts and souvenirs, head to Maharaja Market and large night markets like Krabi Town Walking Street and Chao Fah Market.

28. Day Trip to Koh Lanta
Around 85 kilometres away from Krabi, Koh Lanta island is a day trip mecca for families and backpackers. Filled with traditional villages having overwater stilt homes and markets, panoramic white-sand beaches, rainforests, limestone outcrops and mangroves, this large island boasts top-notch resorts, a massive national park, great snorkelling, diving, and laid-back beach bars. One can take a car from Krabi to Koh Lanta or ride the ferry costing THB 1,500.

29. Wat Kaew Korawaram
Situated in Krabi city of Thailand, Wat Kaew Korawaram is a Buddhist temple ideal for those looking for some peaceful and relaxing time amid the lively Krabi town. With stunning architecture sporting soothing blue and white colours and naga sculptures, this Buddhist temple provides a scenic view for its visitors.

30. Tub Kaek Beach
Tub Kaek Beach is a secluded place 28 km away from the town of Krabi and an ideal location to get away from the crowded beaches of the city. It is surrounded by exotic landscapes with deep lush forest. This undiscovered heaven of white sand and turquoise water of Andaman is ornamented with gorgeous irregular shaped island on all sides. The Tubkaek Beach is popular for being featured in the movie Hangover 2, for the beach wedding scenes.

31. Ko Panyi
Ko Panyi, also known as Koh Panyee or the Muslim Village, is a fishing village in Phang Nga province known for being built on stilts. It is called Pulau Panji in the local language. The village is self-sufficient with its own mosque, market, medical centre, and houses. It is a popular stop for travellers visiting James Bond Island or other parts of the province.

32. Tonsai Beach
Tonsai or Ton Sai Beach is located near Krabi in Southern Thailand. Known to be a hidden gem, Tonsai Beach is located precisely between Ao Nang and Railey Beach. It is a refreshing getaway for tourists who visit the nearby areas in Krabi. A hub of adventure and activities, Tonsai Beach, is more rustic than its counterparts. The gentle ocean breeze, Reggae music, and haze of herbal smoke in the atmosphere set this destination apart from the others. The tranquillity of this place gets a bonus by every traveller who ever visited Tonsai Beach.

33. Nopparat Thara Beach
Located around 6 Km towards the west of Krabi town, the Noppharat Thara Beach is one of Krabi's most famous beached. The 3 km long strect of soft, white sand lined up with coconut and casuarina trees is made up of two beaches. A marvellous view of the offshore island of Ko Khao Sam Nuai together with the Noppharat Thara–Koh Phi Phi National Park is visually appealing.

34. Koh Ha
Koh Ha meaning ‘five’ islands in Thai, is located in the Andaman Sea, which is under the supervision of Mu Koh Lanta National Marine Park. As the name suggests, Koh Ha consists of five beautiful limestone islands which are geographically on the west of Koh Lanta. This tropical paradise is a favourite spot for Snorkeling, scuba diving, and other water activities.

35. Klong Muang Beach
Located in the Krabi province, the Klong Muang Beach is a tropical beauty featuring white sand, tranquil blue water, and a quiet atmosphere, just 30-minute from Krabi town. The idyllic setting of the beach and the breathtaking views surrounding it makes it a perfect place for all kinds of travelers. Away from the crowds, the Klong Muang beach is an ideal place for unwinding, sunbathing, and enjoying the mesmerizing beauty of the Andaman sea. The northern part of the beach is ideal for swimming and other beach activities, while the southern section mainly features stunning rock formations.

36. Backpacking in Krabi
Blessed with karst mountains, dense mangrove forests, and beautiful beaches, Krabi is one of the picturesque destinations in Thailand. From going to adventurous outdoor activities to chilling out on a beach, enjoying fantastic seafood - Krabi has it all.

37. Koh Gai
Famous for its unspoiled secluded beaches on the crystal-clear Andaman Sea, Koh Gai (Chicken Island) is named after its unique and quirky “chicken head-shaped” rock formation. Koh Gai is located off the Ao Nang coast with a captivating reef ring for snorkelling and swimming. Nestled in a shady cove in the island’s snack bar, offering Thai seafood, beers and cocktails.

38. Koh Yao Yai
Sandwiched between Phuket and Krabi, Koh Yao Yai is a Thai island in the Andaman Sea. Flaunting sandy bays, mangroves, piers for long-tail boats, ferries, fishing villages and rubber plantations, the island's best beaches include Loh Paret and Loh Jark. In addition, Koh Yao Yai is dotted with dive sites and corals, like King Cruiser Wreck, Anemone Reef, and the pinnacles of Shark Point.

The Top Sightseeing places in Krabi

The top sightseeing places in Krabi are Railay Beach, Tiger Cave Temple, Phi Phi Islands, Krabi Town, Hong Island, Ao Nang Beach.

Nightlife in Krabi 

As Southern Thailand’s most-visited honeymoon and leisure destination, Krabi offers the trendiest Go-Go beach bars, fancy nightclubs, high-end dining lounges and quaint oceanfront night markets. From irresistible cocktails, scrumptious seafood, Instagrammable sea views and pulsating DJ music to rooftop craft beer galore and shopping for colourful trinkets, nightlife in Krabi entertains every local and tourist alike. Ao Nang area’s bars and clubs undoubtedly offer Krabi’s best nightlife, followed by these charming venues: -

Chilling Bar and Restaurant, Paknam
Amy’s Bar, Centre Point and Boogie Bar on Ao Nang Beach
Carlito’s Bar, Phi Phi Island
Bamboo Bar, Railay Beach
Factory Beer Garden
Chao Fah Pier Night Market
Roots Rock Reggae Bar
Chu-A-Pa Studio
Get Rad's
Lucky868 Bar and Cafe
Sunset Bar


Currency in Krabi 

Major cards are accepted in almost all restaurants, bars and hotels. Carry a sufficient amount of the Thai Baht with you as local market vendors may not accept other currencies.

Do's and Don'ts in Krabi 

Krabi is relaxed when it comes to attire.
But one should take care to dress appropriately when going to any temple or place of religious significance. In these cases always cover up your arms and legs.
Tipping is not expected but appreciated in Thailand.
Learning a few Thai phrases can take you a long way.

Language of Krabi 

Thai is spoken in Krabi. You may find rudimentary English being spoken by street vendors although tour operators will be well-versed in it. Do carry a dictionary with you wherever you go.

How to Reach Krabi

All important modes of transport like airways, railways and buses can take you to Krabi. No matter which way you choose, the landscape out of the window will be a feast for the eyes.

By Air
A number of international and domestic flights operate at the Krabi International Airport, which is located about 15 kilometres from the Krabi city centre. Daily, direct flights operate to and from Krabi from major cities such as Bangkok, Koh Samui, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

By Bus
Direct buses to Krabi operate daily from the Southern Bus Terminal of Bangkok and take up to 10 hours to reach Krabi. There are also daily buses plying between Phuket and Krabi and take up to 3-4 hours to reach. Options include air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned, deluxe and luxury coaches.

By Train
There are no direct trains for Krabi. However, the nearest train station from Krabi is Trang, which is about 2 hours away from Krabi by bus.

Road/Self Drive
One can rent cars to travel between Krabi and other parts of Thailand such as Bangkok and Phuket and also for travelling within Krabi. Thailand is a left-hand drive country and it is also a must to have an international driving license to drive in Thailand. Renting motor bikes is another good way to explore Krabi. Bikes are available for hire on a daily basis; however, one has to pay for gasoline.

How to Reach Krabi from India

Direct flights from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata are available. Try to book your tickets offseason to get good discount rates. Kolkata usually has cheaper flights to Krabi than other cities. Keep checking individual airline websites for more information.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Krabi is from November to March. This place experiences a typical tropical climate throughout the year where the temperature never gets below 27 degrees during day time. Krabi weather can be classified as two seasons; dry and rainy. The driest weather lasts from December to April, and the weather gets progressively hot with each month. The months between May and November are more susceptible to rain. The wettest months in Krabi are September and October. Travelling between the rainy months is a bit of a gamble where you could experience short to heavy showers which can tamper your outdoor plans. Or, you can have a perfectly sunny day with slashed prices, cold weather, and an entire island to yourself. 

November to mid-March: This is the coolest season in Krabi after the rains are over. With the best weather, naturally, this is also the busiest time with most tourists planning their trips around this period. This is the perfect time to spend the day relaxing on one of the gorgeous beaches in Krabi and enjoying water sports in the calm sea. 

Mid-March to May: These are considered as the hottest months in Krabi just before monsoon hits Thailand. The temperatures vary in the mid-thirties, with humidity levels steadily on the rise. One of the reasons why you should plan a trip in April is to witness the Songkran Festival, the Thai New Year, when people sprinkle water on each other! 

June to October: Monsoon season in Phuket lasts from May to October. While the weather is humid, the prices are at an all-time low, making this one of the cheapest seasons to plan a trip. Apart from being cost effective, it’s also a peaceful time to visit because it’s not as crowded as the high season. The wettest months are May, September and October, but continuous days of heavy rainfall are rare. 

  • Couples
  • Honeymoon
  • Beach

Exotic Krabi

3N 
Krabi
3 Nights / 4 Days
Included in this package
Hotel
Sightseeing
Meals
Transfer
  • Tour Itinerary
  • Inclusions
  • Policies
  • Tour Destinations

Tour Plan

Day 1 

Arrival in Krabi

Arrival at Krabi Airport. Pick-up from the airport and transfer to the resort. Check in at a resort and rest of the day free at leisure.

Day 2 

Krabi - Island Hopping Tour

Enjoy your trip to islands hopping. Amazing island is “Koh Tub” low tide can walk through the other island for swimming and sun bathing on the beach. Chicken island local landmark, name after shape of its unique limestone jutting out into the sea. Pranang bay secluded peninsular, inaccessible by car that well known “Railway beach”. Poda Island, stunning jewel of the Andaman Sea with both lowland, picturesque bamboo platation and majestic, rocky cliffs, bordered by long, beautiful beach. 

Day 3 

Krabi - Hot Spring & Jungle Excursion

Vist for Hot Springs and Jungle excursion getting around Hot spring, Magic Pool, Wat Tham Sua: Klong Thom district is about 65 kilometers away from Krabi town. The place is famous for its natural Hot spring in the jungle. The temperature is about 38-40 degrees Celcius with the mixture of mild sulfur, which is said to cure skin diseases. You can take a plunge in the other Pool “Magic Pool” at Khao Nor Joo Jee. A stop at Wat Tham Sua on the way back to hotel. 

Day 4 

Krabi - Departure

Check out well in time proceed to Krabi Airport and board the return flight to home.

Inclusions

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Krabi
  • Daily breakfast
  • Return Airport Transfer
  • 4 Island tour by Speed Boat with Lunch (not incl. national park fee)
  • Hot Spring and Jungle tour Including Lunch
  • All tours and transfers on SIC (Seat in coach) basis

Exclusions

  • Any Airfare
  • Any Visa Charges (Visa on Arrival)
  • Any Overseas Travel Insurance
  • Early Check-in and late Checkout in properties
  • Entry tickets other than those mentioned in Inclusions
  • Personal Expenses / Extras during Stay in Resort like laundry, Telephone calls, Medicines, Liquor
  • Meals other than those mentioned above
  • Anything other than those mentioned in the ‘Inclusions’ list above
  • Any Surcharge, if applicable by the Hotel at the time of booking
  • GST as applicable

Tour Activity

Pricing Calender

Visa Policies

Thailand Visa
  • Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months with two opposite blank pages
  • Visa Application Form completely filled in and signed by applicant
  • Checklist signed by the applicant
  • Two passport size recent colored photograph with white background (35x45mm, 80% face should be visible)
  • Covering Letter addressed to ''THE VISA COUNSELOR The Royal Thai Embassy mentioning the name of the person responsible for bearing the expenses of the entire trip) / NOC letter / Visiting Card / Salary slips from last 3 months
  • Confirmed tickets in and out of Thailand
  • Evidence of confirmed hotel / accommodation reservation in Thailand with address and contact number under applicant’s name. If travel in group, must provide a cover letter stating all names with passport numbers and place (s) to stay
  • Original Bank Passbook or Bank statement (SIX months) (must be attested by the bank) having a minimum balance equivalent to $700

Booking Policies

  • 50% of the Holiday Package Cost at the time of Booking.
  • Balance 50% of Holiday Package Cost, 30 days prior to Departure.
  • Non-Refundable items (if any) will be told in advance for full payment.
  • Airfare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation Policies

  • 25% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 51 Days or More
  • 50% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 50 – 36 Days
  • 75% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 35 – 21 Days
  • 100% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 20 Days or less.

Tour Destination

About City

Krabi
"Bustling city, quiet locals"

One of the oldest provinces in Thailand, Krabi is home to the traditional yet the modern, the touristy and the local flavour. A coastal destination often visited with Phuket, Krabi is home to beautiful beaches, islands and limestone formations. In addition, Krabi offers some of the beautiful coral diving spots in the world, making it an excellent destination for diving enthusiasts and Instagram photograph hunters alike.

Home to the Phi Phi Islands, Krabi sees a large amount of footfall on them. The islands are known for their unmatched beauty and, over the years, have become a favourite spot among partygoers and private vacationers alike. Beautiful beaches like Railey Beach are sought by those looking for amazing photographs and by rock-climbing enthusiasts who come to conquer the towering limestone formations.

Krabi is also home to many gems, which many might miss if not keen for exploration. The crystal Emerald Pool in Thung Teao Forest Natural Park and Klong Thom Hot Springs in the jungle near the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve are two such spots that cannot be missed. In addition, national Parks in the islands of Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta has ensured over the years of protection of local flora and fauna and are a worthy visit when travelling in Krabi.

Things To Do In Krabi

1. Rock Climbing in Railay
While Railay Beach is touted for its hippie enclave, it is also a phenomenal rock climbing paradise. This beach has a plethora of sheer, craggy limestone karsts, cliffs and natural rock outcroppings that adventure enthusiasts can climb for panoramic ocean and island views. Krabi Rock Climbing Centre, Railay Rock Climbing Shop, and Hot Rock Climbing School on Railay Beach offer equipment, guided for climbers of all skill levels, and drop-in and professional courses.

2. Take a Dip in Klong Thom Hot Springs
Tucked into a small tropical jungle near Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve, Klong Thom Hot Springs is an idyllic spot for hiking and a relaxing swim. Rising up to a pleasant 40–47 degrees Celsius, Klong Thom’s saltwater is believed to have medicinal healing properties. The 5-metre-tall waterfall cascades to form over ten canopied ponds and mineral plunge pools. There are plenty of shacks and bathtubs designed for tourists to unwind in the surrounding area.

3. Explore Railay Beaches & Caves
Accessible just by boat, this peninsula of limestone crags is a beautiful destination for a laid-back rest in the middle of your Thailand holiday. An absolute best for rock climbers, Railay is a one-of-a-kind spot for active diving, kayaking and rock climbing; as well as just relaxing at your resort.

4. Island Hopping in Krabi
Island hopping tours allow visitors to see the best of Krabi, its glittering white-sand beaches and rainforests within a day or two. The four iconic islands in Krabi for day trips are Koh Poda, Koh Hong or Chicken Island, Phra Nang Cave, and Tup Island. They are best explored from November to March by cruises and speed boats from Ao Nang Bay. One can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, island lunches and sunsets during the tour.

5. Visit Phra Nang Beach
The Phra Nang Beach is situated between Krabi and Ao Nang beach as a part of a small peninsula. The coral reefs, caves and cliffs lapped around by crystal clear waters and home to two small islands – Koh Rang Nok and Nai, gives one the ingredients of a perfect beach destination. Celebrated for its white duvet-soft sand, clear water, caves and the gorgeous coral reef, Phra Nang is also well recognized for its “Princess Cave” or Tham Phra Nang Nok.

6. Trip to Phi Phi Islands
Phi Phi consists of a group of six islands. Only 40 km from Phuket, Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh are the two most famous islands of the six. With their pristine waters and vibrant parties, these islands are a fantastic way to spend a few days in Thailand. Its striking cliffs, white sand beaches with jungles all around, and clear blue waters make it look nothing short of paradise. None of the islands has roads, and most are humanly inhabited, making these islands one of the few untainted beautiful landscapes left in the world.

7. Kayaking in Krabi
Kayaking in Krabi is the most relaxed and beginner-friendly way to explore its gorgeous beaches, streams and mangrove forests. Some things that can only be seen while kayaking in Krabi are its limestone cliffs and rock formations in the ocean, canyons, caves, wetlands, lagoons, and picture-perfect sunsets. Thalane Bay, Bor Thor Village, Ao Nang Beach, Railay Beach and Hong Island are the top kayaking destinations in Krabi, offering several kayak rentals.

8. Go On a Sunset Cruise
Sunsets are the most magical time to admire Krabi’s coastline and islands aboard luxury and catamaran cruises. Hop aboard Siamese cruises or yachts, and enjoy fun-filled parties, dining with sunset views, cocktail galore, and romantic honeymoons, sailing past stunning beaches and limestone rock islets. One can book unique sunset cruises from Ao Nang or Railay beach with operators like Krabi Sunset Cruises, which run all year round.

9. Explore Krabi Town
Krabi Town is a small, beautiful town situated along the Krabi river. It is the provincial capital and is mainly preferred by tourists as a transit point when they visit the nearby islands with beaches. However, travellers should take notice of this town also, which offers a very local aura. Visitors can engage in the market activities, go for Thai massages, or even take a boat ride to Khao Kanab Nam. The markets sell some delicious seafood, and there are various restaurants in the town that serve excellent local as well as international cuisine.

10. Ao Nang Beach
Ao Nang or sometimes Ao Phra Nang is the most vibrant and westernised beach of Thailand located in the Mueang Krabi district of Southern Thailand. A former backpackers’ spot Ao Nang has now developed enough to be an absolute tourist's bliss. One can indulge in various activities like getting a relaxing spa, rock climbing, kayaking, scuba diving or go on a shopping spree.

11. Snorkelling in Krabi
Snorkelling in Krabi is mostly centred in and around the many offshore islands lying west or south of the mainland. Located in southern Thailand, Krabi has over the years attracted many diving and snorkelling enthusiasts with its many pockets of reefs and bays. Krabi's many limestone cliffs and rugged and rocky terrain have facilitated the growth of small areas of colourful marine life. Phi Phi islands and the Four Islands (Poda group of islands) are the primary snorkelling locations in Krabi.

12. Maya Bay
An iconic location ever since it shot to fame in the Movie 'The Beach' by Leonardo Di Caprio, Maya Bay's small but beautiful beaches were thronged by tourists in the thousands each day. Accessible only by boats and ferries, the crystal waters of the bay are great for swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving. While until recently, the bay had been indefinitely shut off to visitors, as the rampant increase in tourism over the years has adversely affected the biodiversity of the region, tourists are now allowed to visit again in a controlled manner.

13. Tiger Cave
Overlooking spectacular mountain and valley views, Tiger Cave Temple or Wat Tham Suea is a Buddhist cave temple at an elevation of 309 metres. It is a sacred site for the resident monks and also features a stunning maze of natural caves in an overgrown rainforest, fascinating tiger paw prints in the cave, tall Buddha statues, and the strenuous stone staircase with 1,237 stairs towards the summit.

14. Thung Teao Forest National Park
Among Krabi’s most striking natural attractions, Thung Teao Forest Natural Park is home to the much-photographed Emerald Pool. Hike the protected park’s 2.7-kilometre-long trail to spot native birds, lizards and small mammals. This trail leads to the crystalline Emerald Pool, where one can enjoy a swim and jump across towering limestone cliffs. This ancient lowland forest also has lovely waterfalls and hot springs.

15. Take a Dip in the Emerald Pool
The Krabi Emerald Pool, also known as Sa Morakot locally, is a picturesque natural pond fed by fresh water springs that descend down the surrounding hills. Situated within the Krabi province of South Thailand it is a beautiful place and a top excursion point for tourists eager to explore the natural beauty of the region. A leisurely walk along the natural jungle trail and by the pool brings one face to face with the bounty of nature under a thick cover of rain forest containing an enormous biodiversity including tropical trees and creatures of diverse species.

16. Phra Nang Cave
Situated close to the Railay Beach in Krabi, the Phra Nang Cave is famous for the large number of wooden phallic symbols present here in varying sizes apart from the soothing white sand and magnificent views of Krabi. Considered as a symbol of fertility, people visit the Phra Nang shrine (nestled inside the cave) to offer wooden phallic symbols at the shrine, praying to cure their infertility problems.

17. Krabi Elephant Sanctuary
Located approximately 40 km away from the town of Krabi, the Krabi Elephant Sanctuary is home to various rescued elephants and offers a heart-warming experience to all its visitors. A safe haven for retired elephants, the Krabi Elephant Sanctuary lets one learn about elephants, their behavior, play with them in mud, feed and even bathe them. This place is ideal for animal lovers who care about the welfare of elephants.

18. Diving in Krabi
Krabi has over 100 islands with some of Thailand’s most magnificent diving sites, known for its azure blue shores, idyllic limestone mountains and warm water. Owing to excellent underwater visibility, diving is one of the best ways to see submerged caves, coral reefs and colourful fish up close. Anyone can learn diving and scuba diving at Krabi’s diving schools and centres, such as in the Ao Nang Local Islands, Gypsy Divers, and Railay Dive Centre.

19. Trip to Hong Island
You can righteously say that Hong Island, a great tourist destination just off the Krabi coast in the Phang Nga Province, is an undiscovered and unordinary gem waiting to be explored. This island consists of a group of four exotic tropical islands that can be reached within 20 to 30 minutes from Ao Nang in a speedboat. Hong Island is a spot every adventure freak, as well as nature lover, would want to be at. Some even call the island the most mesmerising place in the Krabi province.

20. Krabi Town Night Market
Krabi Town Night Market along the Krabi river is well known for selling almost everything from clothes to handicrafts to delicious food. This daily night market at Chao Fah is known for its varied selection of lip-smacking Thai food, particularly seafood. Most travellers come here for the food stalls, which are affordable as well as delicious. In addition, there are many stalls selling clothes, handicrafts, accessories and other souvenirs. It gets pretty crowded into the night, and one should take care of belongings while shopping.

21. Enjoy a Thai Massage
Integrating acupressure, Ayurveda and assisted yoga, traditional Thai massages are great for relieving muscle tension. Trained practitioners use their hands, elbows, thumbs and forearms to knead pressure points and knots with aromatic oil. Most massage rooms feature saunas, plunge pools, and perks like body exfoliation, or Thai lunch. You can enjoy hourly sessions at Nhums Thai Massage, Samadhi Yoga, Sa-bai Thai Massage, Royal Palm Spa, and Body Kneads Thai Massage in Krabi.

22. Mangrove Kayaking in Krabi
Ao Thalane Bay is home to Krabi’s most beautiful and dense mangrove forests with cascading streams, caves, small inlets, hidden lagoons and wetlands. Mangrove kayaking is an ideal way to discover several small islands on Ao Thalane Bay, spot biodiverse wildlife and paddle among limestone cliffs into a jungle canyon. Most tours take 2-3 hours, and equipment can be rented from local shops or at Ao Thalane Kayak Krabi Centre.

23. See the famous Khao Kanab Nam Mountains
These are the two iconic mountains of Krabi town that lie at the banks of the Krabi river. Khao Kanab Nam are two 100 meters tall peaks with many caves, stalagmites, and stalactites, which are an incredible sight. Many human head skeletons are also said to be found here. The caves are accessible by a staircase. There is an amazing mangrove forest and a fishing village nearby where travellers often go as well.

24. Marvel at Sunsets in Krabi
To watch the sunset in Krabi is a sought-after experience and a way to admire its captivating coastline. Krabi is home to many famous beaches where one can head for sunset views, as well as beach bars and lounges. Enjoy watching the sky transform into invigorating shades of crimson, orange and pink as the sun goes down in Krabi from Ao Nang Beach, Railay Beach, Tiger Cave Temple, and Koh Poda.

25. Enjoy the Nightlife in Krabi
Southern Thailand’s most-loved honeymoon and leisure getaway, Krabi, boasts amazing Go-Go beach bars, nightclubs, dining lounges and colourful traditional night markets. From rooftop beer galore with live DJs, delectable cocktails, and Instagrammable ocean vistas to delicious seafood and shopping for trinkets, the best places to enjoy the nightlife in Krabi include Ao Nang Beach’s Amy’s Bar and Centre Point, Bamboo Bar on Railay Beach, Phi Phi Island and Chao Fah Pier Night Market.

26. Koh Kradan
Koh Kradan located in Trang Province of Thailand is about 40 to 50 minutes away from the mainland. Amongst all the numerous island that Thailand comprises of, Koh Kradan has the most beautiful beaches. So, your sunrises and sunsets on this island will be extremely stunning and it might even appear to you as if the emerald sea and lilac sky are merging. You will have many things to look around and to explore when on the island. Its interiors consist of huge rubber and coconut plantations. Koh Kradan also holds many adventures for those of you who are looking for some adrenaline rush.

27. Shopping in Krabi
From glitzy and compact shopping malls, markets against ocean backdrops, and tourists’ favourite walking streets to colourful night markets, Krabi features plenty of exciting shopping destinations. For example, Ao Nang Walking Street boasts malls like Outlet Village and Big C, banks, trinket stores, nightclubs, linen sellers and seafood vendors. For batiks, jewellery, handicrafts and souvenirs, head to Maharaja Market and large night markets like Krabi Town Walking Street and Chao Fah Market.

28. Day Trip to Koh Lanta
Around 85 kilometres away from Krabi, Koh Lanta island is a day trip mecca for families and backpackers. Filled with traditional villages having overwater stilt homes and markets, panoramic white-sand beaches, rainforests, limestone outcrops and mangroves, this large island boasts top-notch resorts, a massive national park, great snorkelling, diving, and laid-back beach bars. One can take a car from Krabi to Koh Lanta or ride the ferry costing THB 1,500.

29. Wat Kaew Korawaram
Situated in Krabi city of Thailand, Wat Kaew Korawaram is a Buddhist temple ideal for those looking for some peaceful and relaxing time amid the lively Krabi town. With stunning architecture sporting soothing blue and white colours and naga sculptures, this Buddhist temple provides a scenic view for its visitors.

30. Tub Kaek Beach
Tub Kaek Beach is a secluded place 28 km away from the town of Krabi and an ideal location to get away from the crowded beaches of the city. It is surrounded by exotic landscapes with deep lush forest. This undiscovered heaven of white sand and turquoise water of Andaman is ornamented with gorgeous irregular shaped island on all sides. The Tubkaek Beach is popular for being featured in the movie Hangover 2, for the beach wedding scenes.

31. Ko Panyi
Ko Panyi, also known as Koh Panyee or the Muslim Village, is a fishing village in Phang Nga province known for being built on stilts. It is called Pulau Panji in the local language. The village is self-sufficient with its own mosque, market, medical centre, and houses. It is a popular stop for travellers visiting James Bond Island or other parts of the province.

32. Tonsai Beach
Tonsai or Ton Sai Beach is located near Krabi in Southern Thailand. Known to be a hidden gem, Tonsai Beach is located precisely between Ao Nang and Railey Beach. It is a refreshing getaway for tourists who visit the nearby areas in Krabi. A hub of adventure and activities, Tonsai Beach, is more rustic than its counterparts. The gentle ocean breeze, Reggae music, and haze of herbal smoke in the atmosphere set this destination apart from the others. The tranquillity of this place gets a bonus by every traveller who ever visited Tonsai Beach.

33. Nopparat Thara Beach
Located around 6 Km towards the west of Krabi town, the Noppharat Thara Beach is one of Krabi's most famous beached. The 3 km long strect of soft, white sand lined up with coconut and casuarina trees is made up of two beaches. A marvellous view of the offshore island of Ko Khao Sam Nuai together with the Noppharat Thara–Koh Phi Phi National Park is visually appealing.

34. Koh Ha
Koh Ha meaning ‘five’ islands in Thai, is located in the Andaman Sea, which is under the supervision of Mu Koh Lanta National Marine Park. As the name suggests, Koh Ha consists of five beautiful limestone islands which are geographically on the west of Koh Lanta. This tropical paradise is a favourite spot for Snorkeling, scuba diving, and other water activities.

35. Klong Muang Beach
Located in the Krabi province, the Klong Muang Beach is a tropical beauty featuring white sand, tranquil blue water, and a quiet atmosphere, just 30-minute from Krabi town. The idyllic setting of the beach and the breathtaking views surrounding it makes it a perfect place for all kinds of travelers. Away from the crowds, the Klong Muang beach is an ideal place for unwinding, sunbathing, and enjoying the mesmerizing beauty of the Andaman sea. The northern part of the beach is ideal for swimming and other beach activities, while the southern section mainly features stunning rock formations.

36. Backpacking in Krabi
Blessed with karst mountains, dense mangrove forests, and beautiful beaches, Krabi is one of the picturesque destinations in Thailand. From going to adventurous outdoor activities to chilling out on a beach, enjoying fantastic seafood - Krabi has it all.

37. Koh Gai
Famous for its unspoiled secluded beaches on the crystal-clear Andaman Sea, Koh Gai (Chicken Island) is named after its unique and quirky “chicken head-shaped” rock formation. Koh Gai is located off the Ao Nang coast with a captivating reef ring for snorkelling and swimming. Nestled in a shady cove in the island’s snack bar, offering Thai seafood, beers and cocktails.

38. Koh Yao Yai
Sandwiched between Phuket and Krabi, Koh Yao Yai is a Thai island in the Andaman Sea. Flaunting sandy bays, mangroves, piers for long-tail boats, ferries, fishing villages and rubber plantations, the island's best beaches include Loh Paret and Loh Jark. In addition, Koh Yao Yai is dotted with dive sites and corals, like King Cruiser Wreck, Anemone Reef, and the pinnacles of Shark Point.

The Top Sightseeing places in Krabi

The top sightseeing places in Krabi are Railay Beach, Tiger Cave Temple, Phi Phi Islands, Krabi Town, Hong Island, Ao Nang Beach.

Nightlife in Krabi 

As Southern Thailand’s most-visited honeymoon and leisure destination, Krabi offers the trendiest Go-Go beach bars, fancy nightclubs, high-end dining lounges and quaint oceanfront night markets. From irresistible cocktails, scrumptious seafood, Instagrammable sea views and pulsating DJ music to rooftop craft beer galore and shopping for colourful trinkets, nightlife in Krabi entertains every local and tourist alike. Ao Nang area’s bars and clubs undoubtedly offer Krabi’s best nightlife, followed by these charming venues: -

Chilling Bar and Restaurant, Paknam
Amy’s Bar, Centre Point and Boogie Bar on Ao Nang Beach
Carlito’s Bar, Phi Phi Island
Bamboo Bar, Railay Beach
Factory Beer Garden
Chao Fah Pier Night Market
Roots Rock Reggae Bar
Chu-A-Pa Studio
Get Rad's
Lucky868 Bar and Cafe
Sunset Bar


Currency in Krabi 

Major cards are accepted in almost all restaurants, bars and hotels. Carry a sufficient amount of the Thai Baht with you as local market vendors may not accept other currencies.

Do's and Don'ts in Krabi 

Krabi is relaxed when it comes to attire.
But one should take care to dress appropriately when going to any temple or place of religious significance. In these cases always cover up your arms and legs.
Tipping is not expected but appreciated in Thailand.
Learning a few Thai phrases can take you a long way.

Language of Krabi 

Thai is spoken in Krabi. You may find rudimentary English being spoken by street vendors although tour operators will be well-versed in it. Do carry a dictionary with you wherever you go.

How to Reach Krabi

All important modes of transport like airways, railways and buses can take you to Krabi. No matter which way you choose, the landscape out of the window will be a feast for the eyes.

By Air
A number of international and domestic flights operate at the Krabi International Airport, which is located about 15 kilometres from the Krabi city centre. Daily, direct flights operate to and from Krabi from major cities such as Bangkok, Koh Samui, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

By Bus
Direct buses to Krabi operate daily from the Southern Bus Terminal of Bangkok and take up to 10 hours to reach Krabi. There are also daily buses plying between Phuket and Krabi and take up to 3-4 hours to reach. Options include air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned, deluxe and luxury coaches.

By Train
There are no direct trains for Krabi. However, the nearest train station from Krabi is Trang, which is about 2 hours away from Krabi by bus.

Road/Self Drive
One can rent cars to travel between Krabi and other parts of Thailand such as Bangkok and Phuket and also for travelling within Krabi. Thailand is a left-hand drive country and it is also a must to have an international driving license to drive in Thailand. Renting motor bikes is another good way to explore Krabi. Bikes are available for hire on a daily basis; however, one has to pay for gasoline.

How to Reach Krabi from India

Direct flights from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata are available. Try to book your tickets offseason to get good discount rates. Kolkata usually has cheaper flights to Krabi than other cities. Keep checking individual airline websites for more information.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Krabi is from November to March. This place experiences a typical tropical climate throughout the year where the temperature never gets below 27 degrees during day time. Krabi weather can be classified as two seasons; dry and rainy. The driest weather lasts from December to April, and the weather gets progressively hot with each month. The months between May and November are more susceptible to rain. The wettest months in Krabi are September and October. Travelling between the rainy months is a bit of a gamble where you could experience short to heavy showers which can tamper your outdoor plans. Or, you can have a perfectly sunny day with slashed prices, cold weather, and an entire island to yourself. 

November to mid-March: This is the coolest season in Krabi after the rains are over. With the best weather, naturally, this is also the busiest time with most tourists planning their trips around this period. This is the perfect time to spend the day relaxing on one of the gorgeous beaches in Krabi and enjoying water sports in the calm sea. 

Mid-March to May: These are considered as the hottest months in Krabi just before monsoon hits Thailand. The temperatures vary in the mid-thirties, with humidity levels steadily on the rise. One of the reasons why you should plan a trip in April is to witness the Songkran Festival, the Thai New Year, when people sprinkle water on each other! 

June to October: Monsoon season in Phuket lasts from May to October. While the weather is humid, the prices are at an all-time low, making this one of the cheapest seasons to plan a trip. Apart from being cost effective, it’s also a peaceful time to visit because it’s not as crowded as the high season. The wettest months are May, September and October, but continuous days of heavy rainfall are rare. 

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