Krabi has more than 130 islands, which are grouped into four archipelagos
- the Hong Islands, Poda Islands, Phi Phi Islands, and Lanta Islands. Distinguished by irregular limestone peaks, 150 - 400 feet in height, these unique islands developed around 230-340 million years ago.
Offshore, the secluded beaches, surrounded by crystal clear waters with brightly coloured reef fish, appeal to the paradise explorer.
With all the traditional pleasures associated with sand, sun and excellent beaches, comes a complete set of water sports facilities and diving opportunities. The majestic coastline is full of exotic marine life and spectacular lush forests bursting with flora and fauna.
Ao Nang beach is a 15-minute drive to a concentration of shops, bars, and a variety of Thai, Italian, and seafood restaurants.
Evening entertainment such as live bands and cultural shows are available at the Resort, Ao Nang area or at Krabi Town (20-minute drive).
Krabi has something for everyone, including adrenaline rush seekers who will enjoy the challenging Rai Lay Bay cliff climbing, peaking at 400 feet above sea level. There’s also sea kayaking through the caves and lagoons—blessed with wonderful stalactites and stalagmites—or elephant trekking through the forest.
If leisure sightseeing is more your style, Krabi offers several unique and natural excursions such as the Emerald Pool with a natural hot spring, Fossil shell Cemetery and the Tiger Cave Temple.
Krabi offers all of the ingredients for a truly memorable holiday in the alluring tropical coastal ambience of southern Thailand.