Aonang Buri Resort Krabi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

4203, Aonang, Muang, T. Aonang, Muang, Krabi 81000, Thailand
Aonang Buri Resort
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
14%
14
Very Good
39%
38
Average
32%
32
Poor
5%
5
Terrible
8%
8

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 43% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples54
  • Solo71
  • Business100

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Once past the doorway, you walk along this pathOnce past the doorway, you walk along this path

Railay West in the morningRailay West in the morning

Pranang Beach with "food boat"Pranang Beach with "food boat"

Forum Posts

Need advise on transport

by Ven1841

Dear VTers,

I'll be visiting Krabi next week for my 1st time, need advise on transport from airport to Aonang Beach. Got some tips posted by VTers which I can take mini bus direct to hotel at 150B per head trip or car at 600 per trip.

Is it advisable/safe for me(solo traveler) to take the mini bus or shall I just go for car?

P.S. hotel pick up is more expensive at 800B

Much thanks in advance

Warm regards from SGP,
Ven

Re: Need advise on transport

by xymmot

Take the mini-bus, it is much cheaper and most likely other people will be joining you with the trip to Aonang Beach. Enjoy Krabi, I love Krabi very much for the nice people and good prices. The food along the port is inexpensive and good. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Need advise on transport

by SfumatoPants

It is safe for you to to take either transportation. The choice is yours. The mini bus can be hot, loud and crowded with uncomfortable seats, but it's cheap. I would personally hire a car and get the benefit of aircon, soft seats, and my own private space - even at 600 I think it's cheap.

Re: Need advise on transport

by Ven1841

Great! Thanks for sharing your experience Tommy & Sfumato, at least now I know mini buses are also authorized there just like in Phuket.

Cheers!
Ven

Travel Tips for Krabi

High season/Low season?

by iNorv9

The high season in Krabi generally lasts from October to April, while the low season is between May and September. Prices increase almost by double during the high season, though from what I heard, you pretty much get what you pay for.

My visit to Krabi was during the low season in late July; I have school the rest of the year so there really wasn't much of a choice. That said, the weather wasn't all that bad. On the whole, I'd say it was sunny at least every other day, and it rained about once every 4 days (and luckily the rain usually comes in the late evening). Apart from the weather, a major downside to the low season is that the sea is usually rather choppy, making boating excursions a little less enjoyable. At the same time, you won't have to deal with crowds.

The people I talked to while I was in Krabi said the low season weather really goes in spurts: you can have a week of sun followed by a week of dreariness. So weigh the pros (less crowds, lower prices) with the cons (unpredictable weather, higher prices), and see what time is right for you.

Koh Lanta Yai ( Big lanta island )

by take_it_eazie

in LAnta island there are lots of mountain and trees , the roads are not devoloped they are red road ( lots of dust ) but some are good enough to drive . if you come to koh Lanta you shouldn't miss ..
1 Koh Ngai
2 Koh Har ( five )
3 Light house
4 National park
5 Klong dao Bay
6 Sang ga uee fisherman
7Koh bu bu

Thai restaurant on Ao Nang Road

by sacrebleu about Jeanette's

Since most restaurants are owned by fanang in the Island. Jeanette's serves both western (Swiss) and surprisingly authentic Thai food and it is a relaxing place to chill out and write a postcard or two too! I wasn't well when I went there but I must say even I felt a bit sick, I still enjoyed the food there but then I just love food ...period. We had tom yum gai (chicken soup with coconut milk), flat noodle pad thai and fried veg with squid. All very good and cheap. It's worth a try. The soup was yum.

Feed the monkeys

by sacrebleu

There are lots of monkeys in Wat Tham Suea cos' the temple is in part of the forest. So bring some nuts/bananas with you when you go visit. Don't be scared if a bunch of them surround you. They are very cheeky but not harmful. From my experience, don't be intimidated by them. They are just a bunch of hungry animals. I like when they try to get your attention by pulling your trousers with their little hands, it's just so cute.

However, there is a sign post warning tourists to take care of their belongings, saying monkeys steal things! For what? I really don't know. Have you seen that visa card TV ad with Catherine Zeta-Jones being stucked in a jungle with a bunch of apes? Think they might come from the same place :-P

Ao Nang Beach

by Cathy&Gary

Originally a fishing village, Ao Nang is now a major city beach resort which is far less developed than Phuket.

They say it is like Phuket 20 years ago. But there is still plenty to do and lots of good restaurants, shopping and tours to various islands, jungle treks, diving etc.

The views here are amazing, stunning limestone cliffs and rock formations and a National Park located approximately 40 kilometers outside of Krabi town with lakes, caves and spectacular natural scenery.

We were in Ao Nang in low season and it was perfect, the beaches were nearly empty and the water perfect for swimming.

It’s a beautiful place to stay with lots of fun places to explore and we will definitely be back.

Also great for families.
Ao Nang is approximately 195 kilometres from Phuket.

Take Route 402 to Route 4 and pass Tambon Kok Kloy of Takua Thung District in Phang-nga Thap Pud District, Phang-nga and enter Ao Luk District of Krabi

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Address: 4203, Aonang, Muang, T. Aonang, Muang, Krabi 81000, Thailand