Hat Noppharat Thara
Situated 17 km
from the provincial town of
Krabi, Hat Noppharat Thara (Noppharat
Thara Beach) is a 3-km long sandy beach
lined with dense casuarinas. The beach,
paved with tiny seashells.The area is a long beach and stretches all the way
to the island
of Ko Khao Pak Khlong.
Ao Nang Beach, is
Krabi's most developed beach. Fringed by palms, the long beach is backed by
a wide range of accommodation including resorts, bungalows and guest -
There are more than 83 offshore islands,
which some of them are shaped like a boot, junk, or parrot’s head. Ko Poda,
Ko Mo and
Ko Thap are popular destinations among tourists for their beaches and coral
They are popular islands for diving and snorkelling.
Hat Railay is
surrounded from both sides
by breathtaking towering limestone cliffs,
thus making the area isolated from the
mainland – only accessible by boat.
Railay West has a world class white sand beach and is the longest of the
in this area. Railey East is popular ‘hippy’
hang-out and offers cheaper accommodation than the West side.
During the lowest
tide of the day, the sea
is gradually separated by the white sand
and limestone beach that will appear to
connect two islands. Phi Phi
kilometres from the provincial
town of Krabi, Mu Ko Phi Phi (Phi Phi Islands)
are an archipelago, formerly called Pulao
Piah Pi. The surrounding sea is home to a variety of underwater anemones,
coral reefs, and colourful marine life. The area is also a popular
destination for snorkelling.