Krabi in southern Thailand is located along the Andaman coast and 814 kilometers from Bangkok. From Bangkok, it takes about 1 hour 20 minutes or more than 11 hours by bus to Krabi.


Krabi town is the base for exploring Krabi province, a dense forest area with many limestone cliffs and poetic islands on the Andaman sea. The Buddha temples that local monks still use lie in the niches of the top tourist spots in the town, Tiger cave. Tourists can take a ferry and or canoe at the riverside port to get to the destinations for diving, rock climbing, and swimming in the finest white sandy beaches.


The silent and beautiful islands, which lie on the green emerald beaches, will make every tourist feel like they are lost in a fantasy world and an interesting experience. Another fascinating attraction is scuba diving that visitors will have the opportunity to immerse in the clear water, admire the beautiful coral reef, and swim with the colorful fish here.


Krabi is a province with many limestone mountains standing along the coast, challenging climbers everywhere. For those who are amateurs, they can be ensured that there are enough safety tools for them when trying climbing in Krabi.