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Krabi Travel Guide

Welcome to this Little Slice of Paradise in Thailand

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Information about Krabi

Krabi travel is dominated by the one-of-its kind limestone rock formations, palm-lined warm beaches with white sands and azure blue sea. Krabi attracts a large crowd during the peak seasons who seek to explore the southern part of Thailand and its virgin natural beauty. Here is a Krabi travel guide for anyone who is looking forward to visiting the place.

1. Krabi Weather:

Being part of Thailand, Krabi experiences the typical features of a tropical climate. The temperature is mostly warm and high levels of humidity, which makes it even hotter during the summer and monsoons. The average temperature throughout the year is around 26°C. Facing the Andaman Sea like its neighbour Phuket, Krabi experiences south-west monsoon from May to November. During this period, the humidity goes up from the average of 80%. Consulting a Krabi Thailand guide will tell a person that winter is the best time for a trip, since the temperature does not go down much below 20°C even in December and January. Moreover, the weather is dry and humidity is low, making the climate conditions perfect for outdoor trips.

2. Krabi nightlife:

A combination of casual bars, sophisticated pubs, massage parlours, sports bars and beach parties make up the nightlife in the small vibrant town of Krabi. Centre Point and Amy’s Bar at Ao Nang are some serious night time haunts. While Centre Point is a multi-storeyed complex for late night shopping, dining and drinking, Amy’s Bar is known for amazing food and live sports on huge screens. Bamboo Bar on Railay Beach, Boogie Bar on Ao Nang Beach and Carlito’s Bar on Phi Phi Island are some of the best places to be at night along the seaside, say most Krabi destination guides. Maharaj Soi 10 and Chao Fah Night Market are a couple of market places one can explore if drinking and partying is not there thing.

3. Krabi Food:

Thailand is known for its spectacular sea food and Krabi, although is a smaller town than Bangkok or Phuket, is no exception. Mostly Chinese and Malaysian cuisines dominate the palate in Krabi, both in restaurants and in street food stalls, spiced up with special Thai twists in form of spices or herbs. Phad Thai – stir fried noodles with sauce and spices and noodle soup with pork, beef or seafood are the two most favourite classic dishes in Krabi. As desserts and also quick snacks, sticky rice with a variety of side items like banana, mango or custard is a delicacy of this region. All these are easily available anywhere in Krabi island tour guide to tell one the best places. Makeshift shops on boats in Railey Island are an amazing way to enjoy the dishes in an unique environment.  

4. Krabi Shopping:

As per Krabi Thailand travel guide, there are not many malls in Krabi for retail shopping. On the side of the main highway Route 4, there are around 2-3 places called Big C, Tesco Lotus and Premium Outlet Village selling discounted brand clothes, shoes, accessories, electronics and more. However, handicraft items are the best sellers of Krabi, like the rest of Thailand. A variety of locally sourced items can be bought at unbelievably low prices if one find the right shops. The cultural centres near the beaches are a good place to begin.

5. Krabi Festivals:

Krabi has quite a few local as well as religious festivals of the resident ethnicities. Lunar festivals like Songkran and Sat Duan Sip Festival, Chak Phra festival of Buddhists, Loi Ruea Chao Le Festival – Floating Boats of the Sea Gypsies are some of the traditional festivals. On the other hand, the KrabiBoekFa Andaman Festival also known as Andaman Sea Festival or the Krabi International Rock Climbing events are some where tourists can readily participate.

A Krabi Thailand map will help one spot the places for all of these locations and destinations easily.


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Yes, Krabi is a safe place. But, do not roam around the place alone. Take the basic necessary precautions.

Uber is not yet established in Krabi. But, one can find many taxis everywhere.

Krabi is not an island. It is a province in Thailand. It has a few islands around it.

Krabi is a province in Thailand and the official currency is the Thai Baht (BHT). The current exchange rate between INR and BHT is BHT 1 = INR 2 (approx.)

The Krabi Town Walking Street, Ao Nang’s Catalunya Walking Street, Nopparat Thara Plaza and the Railay Walking Street are some of the major and most visited shopping areas in Krabi.

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