Things to do
Your luxury hotel puts a string of world -class beaches right on your doorstep. In Krabi itself there are plenty of coves and bays to relax on. Or you could travel out to the smaller outlying islands like Koh Lanta and stroll along untouched stretches of sand.
Although Krabi may be catering more and more to the tourist industry, with international supermarkets, you’ll still find signs of traditional Thai heritage all around the province. The largest island is home to the Chao Le, the ‘sea gypsies’, who lead a fascinating lifestyle and fish the local waters.
You won’t be surprised to hear that there are plenty of watersports to enjoy in Krabi, ranging from kayaking to snorkelling. But what you might not know is that this is a haven for rock climbers too. Climbers come from all over the world to tackle the soaring rocky outcrops.