Many people have written to us after confusing news reports about flooding in “southern Thailand” that apparently suggest Krabi is one of the effected areas.
Can we please reassure all visitors that Krabi is not and has not been affected by the recent flooding.
There was very heavy rain here during most of October, and there has been some cloudy weather and showers in the early part of November (though much less severe), but even so Krabi only experienced a few temporary and very localised flash floods.
The sea, for the most part, is calm; Krabi is located in the sheltered Phang Nga Bay, with many islands along the coast, so is not affected by the reported 4 or 5 metre waves “in the Andaman Sea” (an area of 600,000 sqkm !).
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Krabi has not been effected by the flooding prevalent in other parts of Thailand.