Krabi is a southern province of Thailand, which is located near to the river mouth that flows to Andaman Sea. In Thailand, Krabi province is divided into eight districts. At the moment, its population is estimated to be around 400,000. Nowadays, tourism has become one of the major features of Krabi due to its attractive beaches and unspoiled islands, which makes it the most famous tourist destinations in Thailand.
Tourist Attractions in Krabi
Ko Phi Phi
Ko Phi Phi islands are administrative part of Krabi. Ko Phi Phi Don is the largest island of the group, other islands are Ko Phi Phi Lee, Bida Nok, Bida Noi, and Bamboo Island. The place has become one of the major destinations for visitors to Krabi despite the fact that tourism in the region has developed recently.
Railay Beach is accessible only through boat, due to the presence of high limestone cliffs in the path. These cliffs attract rock climbers from all over the world. Apart from that, the area is also famous due to its beautiful beaches and calm atmosphere.
Ao Nang is situated at the center of the coastal province of Krabi, Thailand. The region attracts tourists because it is home to a number of restaurants, pubs, shops and scuba diving centres.
Ko Jum is a part of Nuea Khlong District in Krabi Province, Thailand. It has emerged as new tourist destination. It is located in almost 25 kilometers of south of Krabi on the Arabian Sea. Ko Jum contains three villages - Ban Ko Pu, Ban Ting Rai and Ban Ko Jum.
Ko Lanta National Park
Ko Lanta is also a recent tourist destination of Krabi. Ko Lanta consists of many attractive locations that include Ko Lanta National Park, Mu Ko Lanta National Park, Lanta Old Town, Khao Mai Kaew Caves, Sea-Gypsy Village and Orchid Nursery Farm.
Than Bokkharani National Park
Established in 1991, Than Bokkharani National Park is a major tourist attraction of Krabi. The tourist spot is known for its picturesque beauty that includes lush greenery all around. The park is located in the Ao Luk District and in close proximity to the border area of Krabi and the Andaman Sea.
Tham Sue (Tiger Cave)
Tham Sue is a religious place in Thailand. It is an unusual place with a number of caves around the main cave. It is located about 9 km, to the north of Krabi town. Among the main features of Tham Sue is the most beautiful image of Kuan-Im, the Goddess of Merci inside the Tiger Cave.
Klong Thom Museum Temple
The two-storied Klong Thom Museum Temple was inaugurated in the year of 1992. It is located on the eastern coast of Thailand, some 40 km from Krabi town. Preserving the most valuable antiquities and artworks the site of Museum temple is of great archeological importance too.