Where to Stay in Krabi ✔️ 6 Best Areas in 2024 (With Hotels)

Scenic view of a pristine tropical beach with crystal-clear turquoise waters, a traditional longtail boat anchored on white sand, and imposing limestone cliffs under a bright blue sky

Hi there traveler, and welcome to your ultimate guide on where to stay in Krabi, one of Thailand’s most stunning seaside resorts! 

I’ve done all the hard work for you and have compared the areas across the region, found top-rated hotels for each area, sorted them by price and organized my findings in this article!

Ao Nang is the best place to stay in Krabi for first-timers. Nothing only does it boast a special charm, but it also has stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife and it’s ideal for plenty of water activities. But I’ll also share 5 more areas that I further sorted by interest so you can find the perfect one for you!

Before we get started, remember to book your hotels in Krabi in advance to secure the best deals! This place is getting super touristy year after year, so you better be safe than sorry!

NOTE: Krabi (and Thailand in general) is really not credit card-friendly. I recommend exchanging your currency before or immediately upon arrival and having cash with you at all times!

Quick Picks for Your Stay

These are the best hotels available for grabs in Ao Nang:

luxury hotel
Luxurious and modern hotel room with a large bed
mid-range hotel
Modern resort building with a contemporary design and large windows

Sea Seeker

Best value for money

budget hotel
Interior design featuring a minimalist beige couch against a wall with a leaf print

Whalecome Aonang

Best affordable accommodation in the center

Check out this map that will help you visualize all the areas where to stay in Krabi that I’ll talk about in the post:

A colorful map highlighting the best areas to stay in Krabi with numbered locations and labels for easy navigations
  1. Ao Nang: for first-timers
  2. RAILAY BEACH : for outdoor activities
  3. Phi Phi Island: trendiest place
  4. KOH LANTA : with children
  5. Krabi Town: for budget
  6. TUBKAEK : for couples

1. Ao Nang – best area to stay in Krabi for the first time

Idyllic beach landscape showcasing soft sandy shores lined with lush greenery and dramatic limestone cliffs, with waves gently lapping at the beach

Ao Nang is the most touristy area of Krabi, and it’s where you’ll find top beaches, hotels, tons of bars, and plenty of entertainment options available. Definitely the best choice for first-timers in Krabi!

Ao Nang is around a 45-minute drive from the airport, and you can easily get a taxi since they’re quite affordable. 

From the local Buddhist temples (map) to elephant sanctuaries, bustling night markets (map), and beautiful sandy beaches, Ao Nang has something to offer for all types of travelers!

The good part of staying in Ao Nang is that you can find hotels for all budget ranges, from luxury resorts to budget hostels. 

What I love most about Krabi is how it caters to different groups of visitors, so you can both relax and go on adventures at any time. Everything in town is catered to tourists, so you’ll have an easy time catching excursions and enjoying your stay to the fullest!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: an aerial view of a luxury hotel's meandering pool surrounded by lush greenery and white parasols, a cozy modern bedroom with a standalone bathtub and ambient lighting, and the hotel's contemporary white exterior with balconies overlooking a tropical setting

Wake up to the incredible view of the tropical gardens in your comfortable rooms! I love the look of the rooms; they scream ultimate luxury, and yet they’re so simple! Enjoy a lovely outdoor swimming pool, a spa and wellness center, and a fabulous complimentary breakfast!

Other accommodation options in Ao Nang

Modern resort building with a contemporary design

One of the best hotels for families, that offers a kids club, spacious rooms, and a swimming pool

Chic lounge area with tropical monstera leaf patterns and wooden furniture in Krabi

A beautiful place to stay in Krabi Ao Nang surrounded by gardens and with access to a pool and rooms with terraces

Romantic bamboo canopy bed with white draping in a rustic Krabi villa

For me, this is what a perfect stay in Thailand looks like; so authentic and unique

Things to do in Ao Nang

  • Sunbathe on the popular beach Ao Nang (map)
  • Grab dinner at the Ao Nang Landmark Night Market (map)
  • Catch a cabaret show at Bluedragon Cabaret (map)
  • Take a day tour along the Andaman Coast to the Phi Phi islands
  • Go kayaking in Klong Root clear water canal (map)
  • Go monkey spotting at the Monkey Trail (map)
  • Admire the beautiful Aonang Mosque (map)

2. Railay Beach – where to stay in Krabi, Thailand, for beaches

Breathtaking view of Railay Beach in Krabi, Thailand, featuring a wide stretch of sandy shore with tourists strolling and swimming

Railay Beach is a stunning beach that I wholeheartedly recommend for active vacation seekers! Overall, this is a hippy, laid-back area, there’s TONS of cafés, bars, and restaurants around, so you’ll always have somewhere to relax and eat. 

Railey is located on a peninsula in Krabi, with the beach being separated from the rest of Ao Nang by giant limestone cliffs (awesome sight!), so you need to catch a longtail boat from Ao Nang Beach to get here (15-minute ride).

The good thing is that the boats run multiple times every hour, but the disadvantage is that you can’t fit tons of luggage there – so staying on Railay Beach if you’re traveling with multiple luggage will be a hassle. This being said, there are no vehicles around, so you can just enjoy the beaches and the dramatic views!

The 2 main beaches here are East Railay and West Railay Beach, but there’s a walking street that connects them, and it takes less than 10 minutes by foot to reach the other side. Most of the fun is towards the West End, while the East is a mangrove forest with a few shops and cafés. 

You’ll find all the cafés along the Railay Walking Street (map), which is the center of the action in the area! This area is mostly about relaxing, but you can also go rock climbing, quite a popular activity here, and here you can book lessons for all levels!A bit South of Railay Beach, you’ll find the beautiful Princess Cave along the Phra Nang Cave Beach (map), an ideal destination for a one-day trip!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: a beachfront dining area set in a cave overlooking a serene seascape at sunset, a spacious room with wooden furnishings and arched windows revealing a tropical landscape, and a private villa with a pool nestled among dense foliage

This hotel is only a 4-minute walk from the beach, surrounded by rocks and breathtaking scenery. This Railay Beach resort spa offers beachfront pool villas with a terrace! Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere and relax at the spa, or go snorkeling and diving if you’re up to it! End your day with dinner at one of the four restaurants!

Other accommodation options in Railay Beach

Circular resort pool with palm trees and ocean view in the backdrop in Krabi

A SHA Extra Plus resort with 2 swimming pools, a wellness center, and a beachfront location

Minimalistic hotel room with a large bed and tropical forest picture in Krabi, Thailand

A well-equipped budget resort that comes with comfortable rooms and an outdoor pool

Rustic wooden cabin nestled in a dense tropical forest

This authentic Thai bungalow has a cozy bedroom, air-conditioning and it offers beach access

Things to do on Railay Beach

  • Have fun during a rock-climbing trip on Railay Beach
  • Take a boat to the Princess Lagoon (map)
  • Try local Thai cuisine at the restaurants on the Railay Walking Street
  • Explore the grottoes on Phra Nang Cave Beach
  • Go fishing, diving, or snorkeling in Railay

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3. Phi Phi Islands – the trendiest place to stay in Krabi

Aerial view of a bustling beach resort area with clusters of buildings, vibrant beach activity, and numerous boats in a calm bay surrounded by lush hills

The Phi Phi archipelago consists of six islands, the most popular of which are Koh Phi Phi Don, Koh Phi Phi Leh, and Koh Phai (or Bamboo Island). You can take a ferry from Ao Nang (map) to get to Koh Phi Phi. The journey time is 1 hour 45 minutes, and there are multiple daily departures.

Phi Phi Islands are one of the fastest-developing tourist spots in the area. Following the Covid pandemic, the island is recovering really fast and it actually receives more and more visitors every season. 

In just a few years, Phi Phi has transformed from a quiet, secluded resort, to a hotspot with crowded beaches, but it remains one of the most beautiful parts of Southern Thailand. It’s perfect for day trips, but I recommend spending at least 2 nights here to fully enjoy the vibe. 

Phi Phi’s popularity increased after Leonardo DiCaprio shot his movie, The Beach, on Phi Phi Leh island’s Maya Bay.

Enjoy white sand beaches, gigantic cliffs that look out of this world, and an atmosphere that will make you forget you’re on Earth! The cliffs’ popularity also brings a lot of tourists here, especially from nearby areas like Phuket. By the way, the ferry from Phuket to Krabi takes around 7 hours!

What’s great about these islands is that they offer a mixture of stunning natural beauty and idyllic landscapes, but also fun nightlife, shops, and some of the best resorts!

I would recommend Phi Phi Island (we’ve got a whole post where exactly to stay here) for younger crowds who want to party, go rock climbing, and try different water sports like scuba diving. Also, for people who don’t mind the crowds and being in such a vibrant place!

For example, Ton Sai (map) is famous for rock climbing, but is also known as a tranquil area where people come to relax and unwind. The beach is within walking distance from the Village and Bay area (which have the same name), which is awesome since you won’t find any cars or roads here, only footpaths!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: a beachside resort with unique pod-like loungers under palm trees, a top-down view of snug villas tucked in lush greenery around a curvy pool, and a room with an ocean view through full-length windows

With a fantastic private beach and stunning bungalows with balconies, this Krabi beach resort has lots of luxurious amenities, including an infinity pool with a pool bar, tennis courts, and a diving center! There are 4 restaurants on-site, a spa center, and activities that you can try like yoga classes and hiking!

Other accommodation options in Phi Phi Islands

Traditional wooden Thai houses raised on stilts amidst lush tropical gardens

Enjoy your stay in Phi Phi Islands at this resort with comfortable rooms and a private beach area

Minimalistic hotel bedroom with a large bed covered in white linen

An affordable yet super well-equipped place that has rooms with air conditioning and private bathrooms

Sunny outdoor pool area with a wooden dining set under an umbrella

This great bungalow offers access to a pool, a nice view and all the facilities you need including free Wi-Fi

Things to do in Phi Phi Islands

  • Try rock climbing on Ton Sai Beach
  • Explore the cave at Wang Long Bay (map)
  • Go on a boat trip tour of the Phi Phi Islands
  • Have fun snorkeling on Nui Beach (map)
  • Admire the island view at Ko Phi Phi Viewpoint 3 (map)
  • Make some monkey friends at Monkey Beach (map)

4. Koh Lanta – where to stay in Krabi with children

View of a wide sandy beach with visitors enjoying the sun, bordered by a calm sea on one side and lush green hills with scattered resorts on the other

Want to enjoy your Thailand vacation, but the big crowds of Ao Nang and Railay Beach just sound like too much? Then Koh Lanta (or Ko Lanta) is the perfect place to stay!

Koh Lanta is an island just off the shores of Krabi, and you can get here with a private minivan, a public minivan (both minivans run from Krabi Airport) or take a ferry by yourself (map). 

This nice island has its own Weekend Market (map), more than a dozen beaches, and it offers a vibrant cultural mix with both Buddhist and Muslim populations, much like in the rest of Krabi. 

Families traveling with kids LOVE Koh Landa because it offers just the perks they need – quiet days at the beach, stunning nature, and little noise at night. The waters here are mostly shallow, making them perfect for the little ones! Of course, you can try snorkeling and many different water activities here, too!

Honestly, I don’t have kids, but I’d probably choose to stay in Koh Lanta because it just sounds so appealing – get all the natural charm and beauty but without the crowds!

You’ll also find plenty of luxury resorts and rooms at just about any budget range in Koh Lanta!

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: an opulent hillside resort with an infinity pool overlooking a lush tropical forest, a bright room with a plush bed and balcony providing a verdant forest view, and an inviting sitting area with large windows that frame the rich greenery outside

A 5-star family-friendly resort with all the luxurious amenities you can imagine, from a beautiful outdoor pool to the wellness center to a private beach area and much more. Play table tennis and tennis with the kids, go canoeing, and of course, enjoy the delicious complimentary breakfast!

Other accommodation options in Koh Lanta

Aerial view of a Krabi beach resort pool surrounded by palm trees and thatched-roof structures

What a tropical place with an incredible beach, plus professional massage therapists

Simple and clean hotel room with metal bed frame and botanical artwork in Krabi

A budget resort with an outdoor pool, AC, and daily breakfast at an extra fee

Cozy wooden interior of a Krabi beach house with rustic furniture and vibrant cushions

The perfect family oasis in a fisherman’s neighborhood, one of the most unique places to stay in Koh Lanta

Things to do in Koh Lanta

5. Krabi Town – one of the best areas to stay in Krabi on a budget

Majestic golden Buddha statue sitting atop a mountain, with a temple structure below and panoramic views of lush forests and mountain ranges in the background

Most people pass through the capital of Krabi province on their way to visit the islands, but they don’t know that Krabi Town offers some of the best budget places to stay, and it’s the place to be to explore the authentic, tourist-free Thai culture!

Although it’s the capital of Krabi province, the town is pretty small, but it does a great job at offering the visitors a local vibe, which you’ll probably not encounter in places like Ao Nang and Railay Beach.

Some attractions here include the beautiful temple Wat Kaeo Korawaram (map), Weekend Night Market Krabi Town (map), and the local Krabi Stadium (map) for sports events and entertainment. Just a short ride from Krabi Town, you’ll find the Khao Khanab Nam (map), a wonderful cave with mangroves nearby.

While you’re here, take a 20-minute drive to Wat Tham Suea (map), the city landmark, also known as the Tiger Cave Temple. It rises 280 meters (918 miles) high and offers stunning panoramic views of Krabi.

Oh, and you won’t have enough of exploring the lively markets, shopping for souvenirs in the small stores, and eating at the best places in Krabi Town! The best street food is here!

The only reason I put Krabi Town lower on the list is that it doesn’t have beach access. Since most visitors flock to Krabi for the stunning beaches, I think you wouldn’t be doing your trip justice by staying this far from the beach—unless, of course, you’re not a beach person. 

The nearest Ao Nang beach is a 28-minute ride away, and the nearby beaches are accessible by boat.

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: a minimalist bedroom with grey walls adorned with a playful yellow cartoon character, a sleek hotel building with an elevated glass-walled pool, and a bright lobby area with artistic wall murals and cozy seating arrangements

A newly opened 4-star hotel with super modern rooms, 2 swimming pools, a gym, buffer breakfast, and 24-hour access to the co-working space in case you’re working remotely. The balconies have a city view, and a nice market is just across the street.

Other accommodation options in Krabi Town

Modern bedroom with a large bed with dark blue bedding

This elegant hotel is decorated with soft colors, and it offers family rooms with free wifi and a terrace

Luxury hotel rooftop pool featuring lounge chairs and a poolside bar

Stay in Krabi best budget place in the capital that has a kid’s club and comfortable family rooms with free Wi-Fi

Cozy and unique interior of a cabin with tree branch structures

Private Krabi Townhouse with a cool decor that offers a garden view, lake access, and a backyard

Things to do in Krabi Town

  • Take a selfie with the iconic Mud Crabs Sculpture (map)
  • Buy souvenirs from the Krabi Walking Street market
  • Visit the City Pillar Shrine in Krabi Town (map)
  • Enjoy the views at Chao Fah Park Pier (map)
  • Go on a snorkeling sunset tour of the Krabi Islands 
  • Visit the Tiger Cave Temple, Emerald Pool, and hot springs on a tour
  • Eat delicious food at Maharat Fresh Market (map)

6. Tubkaek – where to stay in Krabi for couples

Serene Tubkaek Beach in Krabi with expansive sandy shores, lush greenery, and a clear view of distant islands, perfect for couples

Tubkaek is just the place to get spoiled during your stay! It’s got all the luxury resorts (think Ritz Carlton Krabi), spa treatments, beautiful scenery, and dining spots that make it ideal for romantic getaways or a honeymoon. 

This resort area is less than 10 km (6.2 miles) Northwest along the coast of Ao Nang, and the ride here takes less than 30 minutes. Take a longtail boat for island hopping, eat at the local markets, and blend in with the locals to make the most of your stay in Tubkaek! 

Near Tubkaek, you’ll be able to enjoy plenty of activities in nature, like a trail to the nearby mountain, Dragon’s Crest (map), with stunning nature and unforgettable views. There are also waterfalls and tons of peaks worth exploring if you’re looking for an active vacation!

The most popular place for catching the sunset in the area is also nearby, it’s called Din Daeng Doi (map), and judging by the pictures, it’s absolutely beautiful!

Do note that this area doesn’t have a rich nightlife as it’s mostly resorts and beaches here.

Luxury hotel
A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: an elegant bedroom with a large botanical wall art and direct access to a tropical outdoor area, an inviting beach picnic setup on white sand with a backdrop of distant islands, and a peaceful pool area surrounded by tall trees and a clear view of the sky

One of the best 5-star Krabi Thailand resorts with a gorgeous pool, fitness center, a bar, sparkling-clean and beautiful rooms, and amazing staff. There’s an on-site Italian restaurant, and Tubkaak Beach is just a short walk away! Plus, you get a free breakfast!

Other accommodation options in Tubkaek

Elegant resort pool with statues and lounge chairs by the beach in Krabi

Enjoy 2 swimming pools, an on-site gym, and a spa and wellness center in this 4-star resort on the Tubkaak Beach 

Row of contemporary villas nestled in lush greenery with walking path in Krabi, Thailand

3-star resort with beautiful decor, beachfront location, and an on-site restaurant

Modern bedroom with a large bed, wooden headboard and straw wall art in a Krabi hotel room

Modern villa with 2 bedrooms, well-equipped with plenty of attention to detail

Things to do in Tubkaek

👑 Luxury price:$150
💵 Mid-range:$70
🛏️ Budget:$40
📍 Best area:Ao Nang
🛎️ Best luxury hotel:Anana Ecological Resort
💵 Best mid-range hotel:Sea Seeker
👛 Best budget hotel:Whalecome Aonang

BONUS 1: Best hotels for families in Krabi

Finding the best hotels for your family trip to Krabi can prove to be a bit more difficult than you first imagined! There are many things to consider, like location, facilities, room size, and more. I’m happy to be here and help you with that process!

So come along, and let’s look at the list below. It has the top hotels in Krabi! All the hotels below are luxury and mid-range, with prices from US$60 to US$200:

A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: a rustic-style bedroom with traditional bamboo walls and a peaked ceiling, a classic resort pathway lined with palm trees and multi-story buildings, and a tranquil pool area with sun loungers and a parasol offering a relaxing outdoor experience
  • Phi Phi Phu Chalet Resort – Prepare for a fun holiday in Krabi at this fabulous resort set on Phi Phi Island! Featuring lots of activities that you and the kids will love, like canoeing, tours, and snorkeling, the resort offers wooden bungalows with beautiful design, lots of space, and pool views! The resort has a restaurant on-site.
  • Koh Jum Delight Beach – Enjoy a family breakfast on the beach while admiring the beautiful Andaman Sea! This resort is set in Ko Jum, and it offers an outdoor swimming pool and a garden where the kids can play all day long! During the day, you go snorkeling or canoeing!
  • Lux Family Villas – These villas are one of the best places to stay in Krabi for families! Why? You’ll have so much space, and the accommodation offers many kid-friendly facilities like a special pool area and a children’s playground. You’ll also have a kitchen and outdoor patio by the garden.
  • Aonang Hill – Set in Ao Nang Krabi, only a few minutes away from the beach, this place offers breathtaking views of the limestone cliffs and comfortable rooms with balconies from where you can enjoy those sights! The hotel has a children’s playground and a spa center for parents who might need some “me time”!
  • Railay Princess Resort & Spa – This beautiful Railay Beach resort offers a tranquil stay yet is filled with activities for you and the kids! Featuring family rooms with Thai-style furnishings and a balcony, the Railay Princess Resort & Spa has also got you covered with a spa center and a kids club. Some other activities that the hotel offers are cycling and diving!

BONUS 2: Unique hotels in Krabi

In such a special place like Krabi, there is such a long list of unique hotels and resorts that I’m sure many of you will fall in love with! I’ve decided to list these places as an extra bonus for you!

These hotels where to stay in Krabi have super interesting decor and are set in the most magical locations! So, enjoy!

A collage of three hotel photos to stay in Krabi: an intimate wooden bedroom with traditional decor and high ceilings, a grand resort entrance with distinctive Thai architecture and lush palm trees, and a distinctive white dome-like bungalow with modern furniture on a raised platform among green surroundings
  • Luxury
    Amari Vogue Krabi – You guys will want to move to this resort! The name (Vogue) is not a coincidence since the accommodation has such a great style! The rooms are decorated with traditional Northern Thai artwork and carvings (wow) plus stunning wooden flooring! Relax at the spa, sunbathe by the pool all day long and enjoy the private beach area!
  • Phulay Bay, A Ritz-Carlton Krabi Reserve – This 5-star reserve is located near Klong Muang on the shores of the Andaman Sea. It’s set within a tropical garden offering breathtaking ocean views. The rooms are decorated with Thai wooden décor, each with its private bathroom. Learn something new by taking a Thai cooking or batik painting lesson.
  • Mid Range
    Krabi Boat Lagoon – How cool are these transformed boats? Each unit is pretty spacious and equipped with a private bathroom. Some even have a dining area and a balcony! The resort is set in Krabi Town, and it offers some nice sea views and a swimming pool. Rent some bikes and head out to explore around!
  • Airbnb
    Bedrock Home – Perfect for anyone who wants to be one with nature, this cool villa is set on a hill overlooking Andaman Bay. Made entirely out of the materials they found during excavation, like soil, rocks, and trees, the house also offers a large bamboo yoga space, a private pool, and barbecue facilities!

FAQs about where to stay in Krabi

Serene beach scene with a lineup of colorful longtail boats docked on the shore, clear waters, and a picturesque view of limestone cliffs in the distance

🏝️ Which is the best area where to stay in Krabi?

Ao Nang is the best area to stay in Krabi, especially if you’re visiting for the first time. This district is home to the popular Ao Nang Beach and Railay Beach! It has many unique places to stay, like Ban Sainai, as well as great attractions! 

🤔 Should I stay in Krabi Town or Ao Nang?

Stay in Ao Nang if you want to be just a minute’s walk from the beach and have easy access to the other islands. Krabi Town is the capital city, so it doesn’t have any beaches but it’s perfect for people looking for budget hotels! 

🌊 Is it better to stay in Ao Nang or Railay?

Railay is technically part of Ao Nang, but the 2 areas are pretty different. Railay is great for backpackers and people who enjoy outdoor activities, while Ao Nang offers everything from great hotels to restaurants and diverse attractions

🔝 Is it worth staying in Krabi?

Yes, this province is set on the West coast of Southern Thailand, and it’s one of the most beautiful places in the world! Imagine lots of white sand beaches, tropical jungles, a beautiful National Park, and some unique resorts that fit perfectly with the scenery! 

🇹🇭 Where should I stay in Krabi for the first time?

Ao Nang is the best area to stay in Krabi for the first time! It’s filled with attractions, close to stunning beaches, has plenty of accommodation options for all budgets (including top-rated resorts), and it’s a great place to try delicious Thai cuisine!

📅 How many days should you spend in Krabi?

I recommend at least 4 days in Krabi, especially if you’re visiting with a family. With so many attractions and excursions to island hopping, water activities, and vibrant Thai life, the time here will pass so quickly that you’ll feel like you’ll want to stay for longer! 

🚗 Do you need a car in Krabi, Thailand?

Depends on the location. In some destinations, like Railay Beach, there are no cars at all. I recommend a car if you want to explore Krabi Town and the neighboring areas on the coast. Islands are usually reachable by longboats and are mostly pedestrian-friendly. 

✅ Is Krabi suitable for solo travelers?

Yes, Krabi is a great destination for solo travelers. It’s safe, touristy, has plenty of backpacker-friendly places to stay, and is a great place to immerse yourself in the local culture (notably in Krabi Town). 

❓ What’s the best time of year to visit Krabi?

November to March! Definitely avoid May to November, as you have a pretty good chance of rainy days—the last thing you want on your tropical holiday destination! 

Final Thoughts on where to stay in Krabi

Dramatic sculpture of two crabs in combat, set against a moody sky at dusk, with a backdrop of a tranquil river and distinctive rock formations

Whoa! That was fun! After spending so much time researching and reading about it, Krabi is now one of my favorite destinations in Thailand! I hope my guide helped you decide where to stay in Krabi and what to do while you’re there!

Now, if you still haven’t decided on your favorite hotels, I’ll share my 2 best places to stay in Krabi:

  • Anana Ecological Resort – tucked away between the lush gardens, this luxury resort offers an outdoor pool and mountain views that make it my favorite most-idyllic place here
  • Sea Seeker – the perfect mid-range option for your stay in Krabi that has a spa center and hosts themed dinner nights

As I mentioned before, book your hotels in Krabi in advance! Krabi is super popular, and if you wait until the last minute, you’ll most likely miss your chance to stay at your favorite mid-range or luxury hotels!

Don’t shy away from asking any questions or suggesting things to do on the island or places that people shouldn’t miss down below. I’ll make sure to answer the comments as soon as possible!

Until then, enjoy this trip in Krabi, (take care while rock climbing) and take lots of pictures!

Have a wonderful trip,


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