Attractions in Krabi
For those seeking adventure, Railay Peninsula is a preferred destination for many visitors. Limestone cliffs attract rock climbers and several classes are offered on the beach. Sailing, kayaking, diving, and snorkeling are also popular activities. Other scenic attractions are also available, including eco-tours, waterfalls, and caves.
Tham Phra Nang Nai
Also known as Diamond Cave, Tham Phra Nang Nai is located in Railay Bay. The large cave separates Railay peninsula from Krabi inland. Wooden walkways guide visitors through an illuminated cave tour that features bats and beautiful rock formations.
Thai Night Market
Located near the Khong Kha pier in Krabi Town, the night market features a variety of assorted products and fresh food options. Local performances including traditional dance and a children’s band can be seen and heard as well. Authentic meal choices make the market a popular location for dining after sunset.
Khao Phanom Bencha National Park
The National Park allows visitors a chance to experience the rainforest and view stunning Thailand scenery. For more information call +66 7566 0716.
Phi Phi Viewpoint
The viewpoint is located in Ko Phi-Phi Don and a short climb to the top rewards hikers with one of the best views in Thailand.
Sa Phra Nang
A nature hike leads visitors to a hidden lagoon surrounded by beautiful scenery in Railay. This hike is grueling, but the visually striking surroundings are worth the trek.
Aonang Krabi Muay Thai Stadium
Muay Thai fights that are available to the public take place two days a week starting at 8:45pm. Call +66 7562 1042 for more information.
A popular laid back nightlife location in Ko Phi-Phi Don that features live music, dance and fire shows on the beach. Call +66 8 4840 1219 for more information.
Wat Tham Seua
A large temple complex is a short distance from Krabi Town. A trail leads visitors around the temple park grounds that feature Buddha statues, a central sanctuary, and monk jungle huts. A viewpoint that overlooks the water is also located near the park entrance.
Ko Phi-Phi Leh
A beautiful island that is incredibly popular and known for its tropical coral seas and day trip visitors.
Ko Jum & Ko Si Boya
Two private islands north of Koh Lanta are mostly uninhabited and surrounded by trees making them a local fishing village and perfect visitor destination.
Krabi Town is a bustling area with a little bit of everything to offer. Western restaurants, local markets, luxury villas and more can all be found in this energetic compact city.
In Aonang lies a pedestrian-only strip of fresh seafood restaurants that feature breathtaking views. Soi Sunset is open noon-10pm. Call +66 7569 5260 for more information.
A sea level cave filled with bird’s nests can be found in Ko Phi Phi Leh. The cave can be reached by boat and features 400 year old paintings of Viking ships on the interior walls.
Khao Khanap Nam
Human skeletons have been found in the caves of these two limestone rock formations north of Krabi Town.
Also known as Emerald Pool, this natural wonder is stunning and open for visitors to swim in. The pool is located 23km from the center of Krabi Town.
White sandy beaches and clear blue water attract visitors to Poda Island. Fresh seafood can be found around lunchtime and those that stick around to see the sunset are rewarded with amazing views. Island tours and day trips are ideal for tourists.
Aonang Snake Show
Daring snake charmers entertain crowds with dangerous King Cobras in Aonang.