Eyes Lanta Resort

153 Moo 5 Kantieng Bay, Koh Lanta Yai, Krabi, 81150, Thailand
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Krabi 17oct - 22oct

by fannie85


I am planning my trip to Krabi from 17thOct to 22nd Oct.
How is the weather currently? I am just afraid to experience rainy days for my entire trip..has anyone experienced the weather in Krabi during Oct?

I am planning to stay in Buri Tara Resort near to Ao Nang.. Any comment on this resort?
Also, i am planning to rent a jeep to drive around... maybe to krabi town.. is it safe and easy for someone who hasn't been to krabi before?
How much would the rental cost?

I have been to Phi Phi Island before when i was in Phuket..and tried elephant riding..
IS there any islands/ things i have to see and do for my 6 days there?
Thanks to advise how i can reach these places as well...and pricing too!

Lastly, for the transfer from airport, is it easy to get a taxi in airport? and what is the rate i would expect to pay?
Buri Tara quote me 300bhat per person per trip for the transfer.. i do not know if that is reasonable..

Thanks for your advices.

Cheers to all holiday lovers!

Re: Krabi 17oct - 22oct

by davesinson

hi fannnie,
i've just returned from 3 days trip to krabi.
1st day no rain. 2nd & 3rd day intermittent shower no lightning though.

cab fromtown to beach 500baht. we also rented a van for 6pax with driver whole day for 4000baht. driven all the way to thai meung beach resort between phuket & khao lak.(2 hrs drive)

rented whole day single engine speed boat for whole day islands hopping for 12000baht...went which ever island we please...including chicken island, phi phi lei, phi phi don....

shuttle bus to town around 20baht

we stayed at nakamanda resort & spa up klong maung beach.

hope it helped

Re: Krabi 17oct - 22oct

by fannie85

Hey, Thanks for the reply...
Hope i can get more sunshine by mid Oct.. :)

Re: Krabi 17oct - 22oct

by Pinaks

Hi Fannie,
I'm in Krabi (with my wife & daughter) for a veru short visit from 21st thru 23rd & honestly, we're most worried about the weather. But now since plans are frozen, let's hope for the best :-)
Hi Davesinson,
Did you mention that a dedicated speed boat would cost around ~ THB 12 K ? isn't that too much ?

Re: Krabi 17oct - 22oct

by davesinson

ya, speed boat cost 12000 baht, actually big enuf to take 12pax. if you hv more ppl to share would be quite reasonable for all the convenience. we can dictate all our movement & timing... n go wherever we fancy anytime.

you can go with the big ferry but they run on fixed timing & route.

so 2000baht for each of us is worthwhile for us... all your call

Travel Tips for Krabi

Rock Climbing

by Sambawalk

Krabi is famous for rock climbing on the limestone outcrop. The climb is vertical is some parts and you can see form the pics. But training is provided and your climb is under supervision. No worries. The operator will provide you evrything, including the shoes.

Easy slow cruiser

by travelagent4thailand

The AO NANG PRINCESS is a medium-large sized cruiser that holds about 190 passengers to and from around KRABI to its nearby islands.

One can hop onto this cruiser to PHI PHI, a few other stops are made along the way to railay beach, etc.

It's slow, but nice if it's not something you want to take for a quick spin...many lay on the sun decks catching rays and veggie with the hummning of its monotonous engine....

and very afforable - about 150 - 270 Baht / person (depending on season and destinations).

Simple local lunch

by euli

We found this wonderful little old style coffee shop that sells roast pork and noodles. Simple fare, but cheap and delicious. It is near Vogue Dept Store, in the same lane as the smallish food market in the vacinity. Look for the traffic lights with the man and the street where there are some jewellers. Two plates of roast pork with rice, one bowl of noodles, bottled water and a coke only costs less than 180 bht or about US$5.

Elephant Trekking

by touraco

If you have never ridden on an elephant, you can try it. The elephants will go through the forest/jungle and all you do is sit back and enjoy.

I got the opportunity to ride on the elephant itself instead of sitting on the chair on the back of the elephant. Find the right position and you could be up for a massage..: )

Floating Muslim Fishing Village

by M0B1US

Southern Thailand is home to the country's sizeable Muslim minority population, and many of these live on floating fishing villages in the bays and coastal waters around Ao Phang-Nga.

As part of our James Bond Discovery Tour we docked at a floating village called Koh Panyee for our inclusive lunch and the opportunity to wander around, browsing the market stalls and exploring the alleys running just above the water.

To say that this is a floating village is a slight misnomer as it is actually built on stilts, and some of those stilts have now become permanent concrete structures, such as many of the walkways that criss-cross the village, however it is still a very impressive sight all the same!

The food we had for the lunch was absolutely delicious and there was actually too much for all of us on the table, so we each were able to have as much of what we wanted as we liked and there was actually a temptation to linger here to long and run out of time to actually explore the village.

After lunch we were able to meander along the walkways getting accosted by stall holders, but no worse than anywhere else and with significantly cheaper prices than the 'mainland'...

We were able to go into the village proper away from the tourist crowds and actually got as far as visiting the outside of the village mosque before having to turn back.

A lovely way to spend a lovely lunch!


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 Eyes Lanta Resort

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Address: 153 Moo 5 Kantieng Bay, Koh Lanta Yai, Krabi, 81150, Thailand