The stunning province of Krabi is located on southern Thailand’s east coast and is situated on the shore of the Andaman Sea. Known as the gem of the Andaman, Krabi is an area of outstanding natural beauty home to over 150 picturesque islands.
Abundant with striking landscapes dominated by magnificent limestone cliffs rising up from the emerald green sea waters and towering high over lush verdant jungle; miles of spectacular coastline with palm fringed beaches, waterfalls, caves and amazing rock formations only begins to describe this awe inspiring and breathtaking destination.
Krabi has something to offer everyone from activities such as rock climbing, kayaking, diving and snorkeling to relaxing island-hopping cruises, laid back beach life to exploring the diverse flora and fauna throughout the captivating region.
Krabi is also the perfect place to find tranquility and relaxation with its unhurried pace of life. Many of the beaches are only reachable by boat, keeping development to a minimum and much of the province has been designated national park. Krabi is fast becoming a popular tourist destination and has its own airport located 15km from Krabi city centre which handles both national and international flights.
The province remains relatively untouched keeping its charm making this undeniably one of the most beautiful provinces in Thailand.
These villas featuring contemporary Thai architecture are built on a land area of more than 93sqm with a generous living space of up to 75sqm.
Krabi Airline has started to sell tickets for a brand new route from the airport to Krabi and Bangkok.
Ao Nang in Krabi, Thailand, second place in the top 10 popular beach destinations worldwide, by expedia.com.au.
Krabi has not been effected by the flooding prevalent in other parts of Thailand.