Krabi is now one of the top locations in Thailand to experience the true essence of what the Southern coast has to offer. If you are backpacking across Asia, the chances are you have heard already about the countless beautiful attractions there are to see. Amongst the long list of top Krabi attraction are multiple stunning beaches as well as world famous landmarks. The Emerald Pool, Railay Beach, Tiger Cave Temple and Khao Phanom Bencha National Park are just a few of the top places to visit.
On the mainland, there are two national parks, Khao Phanom Bencha and Than Bokk-Horani. Both offer a variety of scenic attractions including cascading waterfalls and mystical caves. There are opportunities for trekking and eco-friendly tours too. Nature here is like nowhere else. This region has some of the most amazing limestone rock formations accessible to man as well as viewpoints that will take your breath away. Hot springs and the bluest crystal pools you’ll ever witness are here on the mainland.
Museums in Krabi town are filled with ancient artefacts and history records dating back centuries. Learn about the region’s rich history and how it has developed over the years into the Krabi you know today. Spend a day exploring Krabi’s historical sites, including the most sacred Buddhist sites in the province, Tiger Cave Temple.
The islands around Krabi’s coastline, lined with palm trees, beaches and rocks are an adventure playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Such beauty and magnitude harbours energy like no other. Mind blowing landscapes and vistas are everywhere you look. Many of the islands boast virtually untouched grounds. Hire a brightly coloured, wooden long tail boat to experience the true essence of Thailand and get up close to the islands. Island hopping along this coastline is probably one of the most popular things to do and something everyone can do.