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Full Day City and Jungle Tour from Krabi
"This full-day tour takes you on a discovery of Krabi province as you visit the Tiger Cave Temple relax in a hot spring trek through the jungle and visit the Emerald Crystal Lagoon. After the pick-up from your hotel you will transport overland to visit the most renowned temple of Krabi – Wat Tham Sua (the Tiger Cave Temple). Located in a beautiful valley surrounded by vegetation thousands of years old it serves also as a popular meditation center in the region.If you want to admire the spectacular view from above you can climb up the 600-meter high staircase
From THB5,475.00
 
Illumanorah Dance and Light Show with Seafood Buffet in Paka Show Park Krabi
"What to do at night in Krabi? The Illumanorah show is the long awaited nightlife activity a creative light and sound experience interpreting the traditional Southern Thai folk tales of the Kinnaree (half bird and half woman figures) with a modern touch and incorporating the southern dance of Manorah. The lighting costumes music and choreography combine to make a thrilling mainly wordless show that impresses visitors of all ages. The performance starts at 8pm and lasts over one hour.The show is held in the Paka Showpark
From THB1,500.00
 
Day Trip to Ancient Silk Road in Krabi with Wareerak Hot Spring Spa
"Many people know about the famous Silk Road the West-to-East and vice versa route taken by Marco Polo and other Western explorers. However very few people know there was a silk road through the south of Thailand that for centuries served foreign traders who transported goods by sea from the Greek and Roman empires to China and back.On this full-day tour you will visit different plac an ancient temple in Krabi and a perfect place for Buddhists to meditate. Please note that there will be not enough time to climb the 1237 steps to the summit. But you can take the shorter trail with 184 steps which leads to the foothills area where the Thailand to Rome India and China.Trek through the jungle to visit the famous Emerald Pool. It is also referred to as Crystal Pool and is part of the national park full of emerald colored natural springs where you can swim to freshen up.Enjoy a nutritious ""
From THB1,500.00

More Local Customs in Krabi

Fertility Cave

As a local described this, a princess needed to bear a child. So, a shrine was made to help her. The shrine located on Phranang Beach in Railay west is filled with many phallic objects. It's not such...
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GracesTrips
Aug 22, 2014

General Map of Railay

This is not a detailed map but it will give you an idea of where the general points of interest are located. Hope it helps! Picture is taken from the link listed below.To walk from Railay East to...
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GracesTrips
Aug 22, 2014

Shift in culture

As you go further south in Thailand you'll notice more and more Muslims as opposed to the rest of Thailand who are Buddhists. I remember seeing a woman wearing a full length black burkah riding a...
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deeper_blue
May 25, 2012

Neanderthal Traffic Lights!

These weird Neanderthal figures sit on top of columns that house traffic lights at a junction in the town centre near the shopping mall and market. They seem to be lifting the lights which look like...
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Willettsworld
Jan 12, 2010

Guys Hello, Girls Hello

Saying hello in Thai can be quite comical for the locals if you use the wrong phrase. For guys, you will need to say "Sawadee-khap". For ladies, you will need to say "Sawadee-Kha". To formalise your...
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Aidy_p
Sep 07, 2008

Toilets

Despite being relatively westernised many of the public toilets in/around Krabi are squat toilets (not so much in restaurants), with a bucket of water next to it for flushing. My advice, always carry...
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clouds111
Jan 14, 2008
 
 
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Never Ever...

Have fun with the people in Thailand, but never do things that will cause you harm. For example, items like the Thai flags and also their elephants are well-respected. Pictures of their King is also...
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Aidy_p
Apr 02, 2007

Tips for bargaining in Thailand

Bargaining is part of the culture in Thailand. The vast majority of markets and small stores not only allow it, but expect it. That said, there here are some quick tips to get you started:1) You can...
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iNorv9
Dec 23, 2005

Proper Buddhist Temple Etiquette

While many tourists often regard Buddhist temples as great photo opportunities, many also fail to properly respect them as places of worship. Here are a few basic tips for proper temple etiquette:1)...
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iNorv9
Dec 21, 2005

Culinery art

I love the decorative food that is served on your plate or on a buffet.A tomato that is carved to look like a bird,butterflies made out of veggies.I especially admired this watermelon that was made to...
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kyoub
Aug 25, 2004

Transport

The true river transport in Thailand is the long-tail boat so called because the propeller is located at the end of a long drive shaft extending from the engine.The motor can be anything from a small...
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kyoub
Aug 23, 2004

Your coin, please

Most public toilets either have a lady sitting at the entrance to collect your coin before you are allowed inside or otherwise they just leave the box sitting on a table and hope you will put your...
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kyoub
Aug 23, 2004

No shoes at the temple

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...
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zrim
Aug 09, 2003

Fruit and flowers

Because it was our anniversary, we had a bowl of local fruit and an orchid bouquet in our room when we arrived.This was a very special touch and much appreciated.
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kyoub
Aug 25, 2004

Top Hotels in Krabi

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155 Moo 2, Nong Thale, Muan, Krabi, 81000, Thailand
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186 Moo 3, Soi 8, Ao Nang Road, 81180
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99 Moo 5, Ba Kan Tiang Beach, Ko Lanta, 81150, Thailand
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470/2 Moo 2, Ao Nang 81000, Thailand
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214 Moo 2, Tambol Aonang, Amphur Muang, Krabi, 81000, Thailand
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143 Moo 3 Tambol Ao Nang, Amphur Muang, Krabi, 81000, Thailand
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Top Things to Do in Krabi

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Elephant Trekking

After reading a few of these reviews it is obvious that you should NOT be sitting on these elephants backs! Learn how they train these elephants thru torture with prods and hooks. Learn how it hurts...
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Emerald Pool

First thing first, I would recommend you to go to Emerald Pool by motorbike or private tour because you will find that you don't have enough time to enjoy the beautiful of the pool in short duration...
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Railay Beach

Any trip to Krabi is not complete without a trip to the picturesque Railay Beach. Although connected to the mainland, Railay Beach is only accessible by boat. From Ao Nang, it is a quick long tail...
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4 Island Tour

We went for a tour by Green Planet which cost us 600baht/person by long tail boat (a bit pricey because some paid for 300-400baht, depending on how/where you book the tour) The tour includes to Tup...
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Ao Nang Beach

The closet beach to Ao Nang town, it is also where the long tail boats set off to Railay from. This does make the beach slightly noisy but it is an easy noise to block out. Areas of the beach are...
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Phi Phi Island

The 3 tours are Phi Phi, Hongs and 4 Island and the snorkelling equipments are all provided. You'll have the option to either travel by long tail boat(cheaper) or speed boat. The Journey by speed boat...
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"Paradise"
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kyoub

"Krabi Vicinity"
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"I haven't been somewhere more Tropical than Krabi!"
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"Krabi Trip 2003: Fri 31st Oct - Mon 3rd Nov"
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"Krabi, Thailand."
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