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Bustling Krabi Town is majestically situated among impossibly angular limestone karst formations jutting from the mangroves, but mid-city you’re more likely to be awe-struck by the sheer volume of guesthouses and travel agencies packed into this compact town. It’s a key transport hub, around which a busy traveller scene continues to evolve. There’s no shortage of restaurants, or gift shops selling the usual trinkets.
No way should you be in Thailand and not eat banana crepe. The crepe hawker at Krabi Town is a generous man. He piles fresh slices of bananas, loads of them, and serves the crepe with a big scoop of nutella. You’ll see him! His stall is near the inflatables for kids and right in front of the row of bars.
The Hilltop is an upbeat restaurant that serves a wide variety of Thai food and grilled seafood. It is located on the steep slope behind Ao Nang Beach. Since the restaurant is situated so high up, it provides a splendid vantage point to catch the sunset. The restaurant exudes a nice upbeat vibe with its live music and stylish cocktail bar.
Lae Lay Grill is an upscale restaurant that serves a selection of Thai cuisine and grilled seafood. It is located on the same slope as ‘The Hilltop’ restaurant, behind Ao Nang Beach. The restaurant exudes an air of elegance with the dark wood furnishings and exquisite ornamental lamps. The best place to dine is on the second floor balcony area, where you can indulge in delicious seafood while reveling in the beautiful sunset of Krabi. After it gets dark, the soft lighting and tea candles on the tables provide an ideal setting for an intimate dinner.
Railay beach is potentially the most attractive beach in Thailand, accessible only by boat due to the large cliffs on each side cutting it off from the mainland. Here you will find stunning white sand, breath taking views and fantastic limestone cliffs. When you arrive at Railay you will not find any roads or cars because of its cut off location, just a few long tail boats and a couple of bars to spend your evenings in. If you want to really feel away from the world this might just be as good as it gets.
There are roughly 200 islands sitting just off the Krabi coastline, some are small rocks jutting out of the sea, some are quite a lot larger but still remain uninhabited and some are large islands with many inhabitants living a normal life. You can rent a boat from Krabi town or Ao Nang and explore the islands on your own if you are a keen sailor. Alternatively you can rent a boat that comes with a guide so that you can relax whilst everything is taken care of. The best time of year to go is between November and April to avoid any unpredictable weather.
Home to many spectacular plants and animals The Natural Park is an area of outstanding natural beauty, one part that is particularly inspiring is the Crystal Lagoon. Also known as the Emerald Pool, the water is naturally warm and completely clear, you can go for a swim and escape to another world whilst admiring the waterfall. Keep your eye out for the Pita Gurney bird, once thought to be extinct but some have been spotted within the park.