About Krabi

 
 Welcome to Krabi,Thailand.     

       Krabi is considered to be one of the most attractive regions of an amazing country.  Krabi province has it all and it offers you the most diverse natural beauty, starting from dozens of islands in the Andaman Sea complete with stretches of soft coral sand and surrounded by crystalline waters, home of colorful coral reefs. Krabi has much more than sea and sand…towering rocky cliffs, caves harboring Buddhist temples, waterfalls, seemingly endless plantations of rubber and oil palm trees, lush and green national parks home to different species of flora and fauna, verdant mangrove forests and inlets that wind their way under soaring cliffs of karsts, and much much more.
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.
 
Area4,709 km²
Population456,811 (2014)
Area code075
Area rankProvinces of Thailand

Population and culture

Krabi's population includes Buddhists, Thai-Chinese, Moken (sea gypsies), and Muslims. Population is most dense in the coastal area in Nuea Khlong District and Krabi city districts, both with population densities above 150 people per km2. The least densely populated area is the inland mountain Khao Phanom District at 61 persons per km2. Buddhism is the religion most observed (66 percent) followed by Muslim (33 percent). Krabi has been little affected by the Muslim militant insurgency that has plagued the southern provinces of Thailand since 2003. Traditionally Krabi's inhabitants worked in agriculture, for the province is rich in rubber, palm oil, and oranges. In recent years tourism has become an important source of income.

Tourist attraction
Ao Nang (อ่าวนาง)
Located 20 km from Krabi Town / Airport, it has emerged to become a very popular tourist destination with a wide range of accommodations ranging from simple rooms to 4 stars luxury hotels. Very popular for families due to both location, development and easy access to numerous water-based activities and land sightseeing, Ao Nang is as well home to numerous restaurants, dive shops, travel agencies, tailor shops, bars and shopping opportunities along the bay. Canoes and kayaks can be rented here to explore the coastline. Ao Nang is also the starting point for the longtail-boats to Railay Bay and nearby islands.
Nopparattara Beach (หาดนพรัตน์ธารา)
Nopparattara Beach just 3 kilomters around the corner from Ao Nang, is a long beach yet still rather undeveloped, with only a few resorts and bars. Attractive because of its natural setting, this is where local youngsters and families gather at sunset and at weekends. Savour some local Muslim snacks at the beach stalls, or fill yoursef with seafood in the local restaurants at the very end of the beach, near the Hat Noppharat Thara - Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park headquarters. At low tide, walk out together with millions of small crabs on the sandy pathways to the small islands near the beach.

 
 
 
Tub Island (Unseen Thailand)Attractions

The captivating landscape of the province creates countless natural attractions, on and above the ground, on the beach and underwater. While the major attractions lie along the coastline such as amazing beaches, surrounding islands, there are many more places to discover. Verdant National Parks such as Khao Phanom Bencha and Than Bokkhorani, homes to beautiful flora and fauna. Fascinating caves with dangling stalagmites and s talactites, stunning cliffs above the sea, 40-million year fossil beach and spectacular waterfalls or emerald pool hidden in dense forests await to be explored and many more.
Most Visited Places
Emerald Pool (Sa Morakot) Wat Tham Seua (Tham Seua Temple)
Phra Nang Cave (Tham Phra Nang) Poda Island
Khao Khanap Nam Than Bok Khorani National Park
Khao Phanom Bencha National Park Railay Viewpoint
Phi Phi Viewpoint Ao Thalane (Thalane Bay)

About us

 
Krabi Sea Tour and Travel . has operated since 2004. Our staff are well trained, have long experience with tourism business. We provide any excursions such as snorkeling tour, sightseeing tour, trekking, fishing tours , rock climbing ,Kayaking, rafting, transfer to your destinations, tour guide with service minded and friendly, accommodations ,holiday packages tour with quality and reasonable price for every budgets. We respond Krabi province ,Phuket province ,Phang Nga province Trang province  and Satun province.
Krabi is considered to be one of the most attractive regions of an amazing country.  Krabi province has it all and it offers you the most diverse natural beauty, starting from dozens of islands in the Andaman Sea complete with stretches of soft coral sand and surrounded by crystalline waters, home of colorful coral reefs. Krabi has much more than sea and sand…towering rocky cliffs, caves harboring Buddhist temples, waterfalls, seemingly endless plantations of rubber and oil palm trees, lush and green national parks home to different species of flora and fauna, verdant mangrove forests and inlets that wind their way under soaring cliffs of karsts, and much much more.Krabi Sea Tour& Travel is one of the largest travel agencies in Krabi and is licensed by the Tourism Authority of Thailand.  Our long experience in the tourism business and our well trained, knowledgeable staff are ready to fulfill the holiday needs of your clients while they are staying in Krabi or on Koh Lanta.We would be delighted if you would consider “Krabi Sea Tour& Travel to be the handler of your clients, and we promise to make their holidays a memorable.
 
         

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