Krabi, on southern Thailand’s west coast, is a province characterized by craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and more than a hundred offshore islands. Some of its most popular beach destinations include the Phi Phi Islands, which jut from the sea like giant rainforested boulders, and Railay Beach, accessible only by boat and a prominent rock-climbing spot.

Phi Phi Island

Phi Phi is a group of six islands. The two main islands are Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh. The larger and inhabited Phi Phi Don attracts hundreds of visitors to stay on its lovely shores while the smaller uninhabited Phi Phi Leh hosts stunningly beautiful bays and beaches, including the world-famous Maya Bay.

Ao Nang

Ao Nang is a resort town in southern Thailand’s Krabi Province. It’s known for a long Andaman coast beachfront and access to dive sites off the nearby islands in its bay. It’s also a center for long-tail boat tours to the beaches.

James Bond Island

Khao Phing Kan or Ko Khao Phing Kan is an island in Thailand, in Phang Nga Bay northeast of Phuket. About 40 metres from the shores of Khao Phing Kan lies a 20-metre tall islet called Ko Ta Pu or Ko Tapu. The islands are limestone karst towers and are a part of Ao Phang Nga National Park.

Emerald Pool

Emerald pool Krabi (Sra Morakot in Thai) located about fifty kilometers from Krabi or Ao Nang, areas of natural beauty popular swmming spot in a lush forest with a wooden walking track

Koh Lanta

Ko Lanta is one of the most beautiful island in Krabi just off the coast of Krabi. Its long coastline has nearly a dozen beaches, some considered the finest in the country, and each one with its own charm and atmosphere.

Hong Island

Hong Island can be reached in 20 minutes by speed boat or 45 minutes by long tail boat. You can reach the island group from the beaches surrounding Krabi or from Phuket. If you are leaving from Krabi, as we did, there is a small window to buy tickets to the surrounding Islands.