Krabi is probably Thailand’s oldest settlement and was one the 12 towns that used to home human beings before they were widely literate. According to the history, Krabi was tributary to the Kingdom of Ligor, currently known as Nakhon Si Thammarat. Krabi is blessed with more than 130 alluring islands where each is beautiful in its own way being naturally adorned by white sandy beaches, crystal clear water and unspoiled natural settings.
Wat Tham Suea or Tiger Cave is one of the most sacred sites in the world. Founded by Monk Jamnien Sillasettho, the name of the spiritual temple was inspired by the tiger paw prints on the stone. Marvel at the ancient items such as stone tools and pottery in the historical cave. Make the visit more memorable and climb 1,272 steps up the stairs and discover the “footprint of Buddha”. Witness one of the world’s most breathtaking religious sites from the top of the temple.
Swap your flip flop and stroll around in one of the ancient town in Thailand. Krabi is charming in its own way, laid back, not too commercialize despite being a top tourist attraction in Thailand. Blessed with magnificent natural setting, surrounded by mountains and highlands, it is a perfect choice for recreation! The city is hustle free that comes with its own personality!
Join in adventure that takes you to marvel at some of the beautiful islands surrounding it! Kick start with amazing rooster shaped rock which is the symbol of Krabi in Ko Kai (Chicken Island); then continue to Poda Island, a beautiful Island with clean water and white sandy beaches; visit Tup island a splendid spot for snorkeling with abundance of tropical fish; then discover the unspoiled Railay island with lush jungle and twisted rock. A journey that you will never forget!