Krabi is a southern province on Thailand's Andaman seaboard (approx.
60km east of Phuket across the bay and 180km by road) with
perhaps the country's oldest history of continued settlement. It
has some of the most attractive scenery in southern Thailand; stunning
limestone cliffs fronting on fine white beaches, coupled with fascinating
islands in the Andaman Sea.
Krabi itself is divided into eight districts : Amphoe Muang (Krabi
Town), Khao Panom, Khlong Thom, Plai Phraya, Ko Lanta, Ao Luk, and
Lam Thap and, Nhua Khlong. The weather in
Krabi is on tropical monsoon, providing the province with just two
seasons, the hot season, which falls from January to April, and
the rainy season, which falls from May to December. The temperatures
range between 20 and 37 degrees Celsius.
|There are a lot of varieties,
which they can choose from. From backpackers to the sophisticated
traveler the province has a lot to offer for all like rock climbing,
sea kayaking, diving, and jungle treks to national parks are well
organized. In the late evening, why not take a stroll down to the
night market at Ao Nang Beach. Ao Nang Beach is the longest of Krabi
Beaches with a wide range of restaurant and accommodation to suit