Boon Siam Hotel

83100, Krabi, 81000, Thailand
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krabi... where to go?????

by ketch1973

hi guys,

we are flying in from samui in jan for about 10 days but having never been to krabi before we are not sure where to go to. i have been to phuket, pattaya and koh samui many times before so is it similar to any of these places? i am a bit fed up with such mad places such as patong so would prefer to go somewhere a bit less crazy. any suggestions?

many thanks in advance,

mike

Re: krabi... where to go?????

by lucy60

In Krabi you have only to choose.
Ao Nang: lot of tourists, hotels, restaurant and bars
Rai Leh: peaceful atmosfere, be careful you arrive here only by boat, everithing is overpriced and you may be captive of hotel; but it is a fine place
Khlong Muang: beaches are not the best at low tides. More quieter than Ao Nang.
Try Pee - pee Island too
If you have time try Ko Lanta or trang Islands. If you need any more notoces contact me freely. I've spenta lot af time there and about.

Re: krabi... where to go?????

by whatawonderfulworld.

Hello,

I would suggest you to visit KOH PEE PEE or KOH LANTA !

Pls try this link and you`ll find a short description about the island and about some hotels.

http://www.kohphiphihotels.com/

Have a nice time there ... its really wonderful !!

Take care.

Greetings from Montréal, Juergen

Travel Tips for Krabi

No shoes at the temple

by zrim

Shoes are strictly forbidden at any Buddhist temple. It would be an insult of the greatest magnitude to enter a temple building without first removing shoes. Shorts are frowned upon. However, visiting a remote temple like Wat Bang Riang as part of a daylong excursion it is not expected that visitors will have long pants (it was well over 30C that day). The expectations are different in the cities and in the more important temples. It is probably best to ascertain the dress code before venturing to a temple to avoid bad feelings and embarressment on all sides.

Cocktail Bar with a different flavour...

by M0B1US about Night Market Juice Bar

In the middle of the main night market we came across this juice bar operator who was a whirr of frenzied activity - this guy must've been being fed intravenously by a barrel of Red Bull hidden under his counter because he was an unstoppable blur. We tried getting a decent picture of him - he's the one in the green.

Still, we couldn't do him justice and you had to be there to believe it! It was fantastic entertainment and the drinks were fabulous too! A nice big Papaya and Guava juice for less than 50p - absolute heaven! :-)

Delicious Thai Chinese Fare

by DarkRay about Ao Nang Cuisine

Ao Nang Cuisine is one of the oldest restaurant in Ao Nang and serves a mean Thai Chinese fare. Their chef is an award winning one too as well.

My friend and I had:

1. Herbal Prawns (steamed prawns with vermicelli)
2. Chinese Vegetables Stir-Fry with Garlic and Oyster Sauce
3. Ao Nang Fried Rice
4. Crab Meat Fried Rice

There was not much of any ambience since it's a "no frills" kind of restaurant, but it is good value for money as including the non-alcoholic drinks we had and the tips we gave, my friend and I spent a total of only 500 baht. Not bad, considering the fare we are having and that it is after all located in a "touristy" place. My favourite dish was the Crab Meat Fried Rice. It definitely deserves a better rating than the already delicious Ao Nang Fried Rice. Cannot really pinpoint why it is the best, but it just taste better.

Beaches & Boats

by littlebush

Charter a long boat from one of the guys down by the harbour in Krabi town. Barter a good deal. 3 of us paid 400baht each(£6) for a full day going to about 3/4 islands and stopping at 2 of them. Most go to Poda and Chicken island. Take a snorkel for some good snorkelling.

The beaches - go to Railie to the great beaches in the area. Also to Ao Phra Nang, one of Thailands best beaches. At the beaches there a few cafes to chill at, plus diving, and also loads of rock climbers.

Wat Tham Seua - Tiger cave temple as its known is about 15 minutes ride in a Songthaew. This is where a load of monks live in caves in the middle of the jungle! You can climb up 1237 steps (and they are bloody steep steps) to a shrine that the monks climb to worship. It is very very very tiring, especially in the humidity , but the view is rewarding and also knowing what the monks go through!!

East Railay Beach

by travelpug

It's about 5 minutes walk from West Railay. East Railay is not really a beach for swimming. It is more like a mangrove area. Accomodations are available and slightly cheaper that on the West side. There are some restaurants and bars to hangout here. Ferry to Phi Phi Island leaves from here in the morning. Buy your tickets at tour agency.

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