Krabi

Krabi province locates at the mouth of Krabi River, on the west coast of Southern Thailand. About 783 kilometres south of Bangkok, Krabi is famous for the natural scenery since almost of its original features is still untouched.
With over 150 islands off its 150km-long coastline (and many of them own breathtaking sapphirine beaches), one of the world’s most beautiful coral reef, a jungle-covered interior, rolling limestone cliffs with caves hidden inside, waterfalls, natural hot spring and exotic wildlife, Krabi seems to have all of the most precious presents from Mother Earth. Lots of travellers come visiting there to have an escape from the gross modern life. In your Krabi holiday, you can experience island-hopping, snorkelling, sea kayaking, rock climbing, scuba diving...

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Another reason why the province is prominent is that as parts of Krabi, there are a lot of famous destinations such as Ao Nang, Koh Phi Phi, Railay, Ao Luk, Koh Lanta,… around. It takes time to explore all of those masterpieces.
Climate
Stay by the side of Andaman Sea, Krabi has a typical tropical monsoon climate. The island has a rainy season last in 10 months between March and December, and during the monsoon, heavy rain can fall all day. In April, right before the monsoon, showers can be more frequent. During the dry season, there are still some showers, especially in December. And sometimes, they can be intense particularly.
How to get there
By air
Several international and domestic flights arrive at the Krabi International Airport, about 15 kilometres from Krabi city centre. There are daily direct flights to Krabi from Thailand’s major cities such as Bangkok, Koh Samui, and international ones from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
By bus
Buses to Krabi start daily from the Southern Bus Terminal of Bangkok, but it could take up to 10 hours to get to Krabi. Daily buses between Phuket and Krabi are available, too, and might need 3-4 hours to get to Krabi.

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By train
There are no direct trains route to Krabi. However, the nearest train station is Trang, located about 2 hours away from Krabi travelling by bus.
Self-drive
You can rent a car to travel to Krabi and other parts of Thailand, such as Bangkok and Phuket, also for driving within Krabi. Renting motorbikes is also a good choice when you want to explore Krabi. Thailand is a left-driving country and also requires the drivers to have an international driving license. Bikes are also available for hire daily.
 

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