Pristine and transparent waters are all around Krabi. Just wander out into the shallows and you’ll find fish swimming around you as you walk. Or take a trip to nearby Phi Phi Island.
Picture postcard Ao Nang beach is well worth exploring. Framed by soaring limestone karsts it also neatly segways into a superb dining and shopping area in the evenings
Submerge yourself in the unique hot springs in Krabi and marvel at the spectrums of colours and lights that define the unique emerald colours at this site in the lush lowland forests of Khao Nor Juji.
Namtok Ron Khlong Thom The waterfall, located quite near to the Emerald pool, is in a shady forest area with numerous hot springs. The hot springs and cool streams converge on a slope to form lovely cascades of warm water with a temperature of 40-50 degrees Celsius. A visit to Krabi natural hot spring is a must. There are many hollowed-out ‘bathtubs’ which are caused by the running water from the thermal springs.
You can relax in one of the many natural hollows in the creek and watch the water gently cascade into the cool pools. Enjoy your own natural “hot-tub jacuzzi” filled with running spring water at a pleasant 35c – 40c
Mangrove River Trips
Don’t miss taking a trip on the river and discovering the pristine mangrove areas along the way as well as stopping to experience local ways of life preserved for hundreds of years.
Tiger Cave Temple
Wat Tham Suea or Tiger Cave Temple is set deep in the forest surrounded by centuries old trees and offers a bird's eye view of the local area if you trek a short way up the hill behind the resort.