Tours & Tickets
Located in the south of Thailand, Krabi is a paradise on a peninsula that faces Phuket across the sea. There are more than 30 outlying islands dotting the surrounding sea like pearls. The province is full of natural poetry, from the soft sand to the warm, clear water, the palm trees swaying in the wind, the flowing waterfalls and the wild animals camouflaged amongst the trees. Krabi consists of many islands, famous for their strong culture, vibrant flora and fauna. It is a world-famous rock climbing destination, also perfect for diving with its beautiful, clean water and abundant marine wildlife.
Krabi’s Railay Beach is divided into East Railay, West Railay and Phra Nang. The beaches require only 10 minutes to travel from East Railay to West Railay. The beaches are connected by walking paths through large resorts. Railay Beach is a famous destination for rock climbing with its numerous rock faces and caves. Rock climbing is mostly concentrated in East Railay, where aside from ordinary practice walls, there are also mountainous rock faces on either side of the beach that make great challenging natural climbing sites. The turquoise water of the beaches make a trip to Railay a very special experience.
Maya Bay belongs to the Phi Phi National Park located on the west coast of Phi Phi Island. It is mainly famous for being the site where the Hollywood film “The Beach” was shot. The sea is crystal clear, the sand soft and white. It is an incredibly picturesque location. Maya Bay is surrounded by mountains on three sides, like a huge, magnificent hand meant to protect the bay. It offers a blue sea and shore dotted with coconut trees. The classic tropical island atmosphere is ideal for both photography and diving.
The Hong Islands can be easily reached by speedboat or long tail boat from Krabi. “Hong” is the Thai word for “room”, alluding to a small gap on the north side of the mountain. Entering this gap by boat, you can see an inner bay surrounded by a large, limestone mountain, making it feel like a natural room. There are mangrove trees scattered around the bay and the water is clear and serene, creating a surreal atmosphere.
Emerald Pool is located in Ang Thong Marine Park on Koh Samui, a completely undeveloped rainforest where a large number of rare flora and fauna flourish. The saltwater lake is created by the adjacent sea. Visitors must keep a distance from Emerald Lake, but are more than welcome to snorkel in the warm ocean. A hike along the park’s trails and limestone karst formations offers a stunning view of Emerald Lake, with water unbelievably pristine and turquoise. However, swimming is strictly prohibited at this lake.