is a coastal province which covers an area of 4,709 square kilometres. The provincial
capital is 814 kilometres south of Bangkok, and is conveniently accessible by
road from the capital (Tel: (02) 435-1200 and 435- 1195-6 for bus service information)
and Phuket. Krabi's major attractions are located largely along its extensive
coastline, which contains several well-known beaches and bays, and numerous
offshore tropical islands. Most such attractions fall within the aegis of national
Major islands include the Phi Phi cluster which is popular with yachtsmen,
scuba-divers, snorkellers and day trippers from Phuket.
The islands are characterised by rocky cliffs, tranquil seas, dazzling underwater
life, birds' nest caves and fine white sandy beaches. Accommodation is available
on Phi Phi Don island. The Koh Lanta National Park, conveniently accessible by
regular boat services from Phi Phi Don island, offers several coral-fringed
islands, and prime diving sites, and comparative solitude.
Krabi, a southern province on Thailand's Andaman seaboard, is rich in
history, culture and natural attractions, providing the visitor with a feast
of things to do and see. Here you'll find a friendly in-depth guide to Asia's
most scenic resort destination.
Krabi beaches are some of the best to be found anywhere and lie within
easy access from the main town. In the coastal waters off Krabi, lie more than
200 islands such as Phi Phi Island, Mu Koh Hah, Koh Lanta and more .....