To enjoy with our outdoor swimming pool. Whether it’s in your backyard, a community center or resort, a pool is the perfect playground for you and your family to stay active during those lazy day
Take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours). While enjoying a refreshing dip in the hotel pool, you can order your favorite drink at the poolside bar.
• 24-hour front desk
• Free self parking
• Designated smoking areas
• Accessible path of travel
• Outdoor pool
• Free WiFi
• Children’s pool
|Aonang Beach/Shopping center||15 minutes|
|Nopparattara Beach||10 minutes|
|Krabi Town||30 minutes|
|Krabi Airport||40 minutes|
|Krabi bus station||30 minutes|
Ao Nang: 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 guesthoudses. A large selection of bars, restaurants and western fast food chains can also be found here. Ao Nang is also one of Krabi main areas for purchasing souvenirs and other merchandise. The area also boasts the most tourist friendly doctors clinics and pharmacies which tend to be open until quite late.
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 reefs. They are popular islands for diving and snorkelling.
Noppharat Thara beach: 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, was formerly called Hat Khlong Haeng. The area is a long beach and stretches all the way to the island of Ko Khao Pak Khlong.
Su-san Hoi (Shell Cemetery):
Once a large freshwater swamp, the habitat of diverse mollusks of about 2 cm in size, Su-san Hoi features a slab formed from a huge number of embedded various types of mollusks which can be dated to approximately 40 million years ago. With changes on the surface of the earth, seawater flooded the freshwater swamp and the limestone elements in the seawater enveloped the submerged mollusks resulting in a homogeneous layer of fossilized mollusk shells forty centimetres thick known as Shelley Limestone. With geographical upheavals, the limestone layer is now distributed in great broken sheets of impressive magnitude on the seashore.
Attractions of Mu Ko Phi Phi:
Ko Phi Phi Don: covers an area of 28 square km. Popular attractions are the twin bays with curving beaches of Ao Ton Sai and Ao Lo Da Lam.
Ko Phi Phi Lee: Covering an area of only 6.6 square kilometres, Ko Phi Phi Lee Island is surrounded by limestone mountains and sheer cliffs plunging hundreds of metres to the sea. The sea is 20 meters deep and the deepest point in the south of the island is around 34 meters. Ko Phi Phi Le has bays such as Ao Pi Le, Ao Maya, and Ao Lo Sa Ma. In the north-east of the island is a large cave called Tham Viking.
Pra Nang Beach (Princess Cave Beach): next door to Railay, has a much comparable if not better beach to Railay West and is the home to the 5 star Rayavadee Resort and Spa. Krabi’s beaches are all public domain so the guests at Rayavadee have to share the beach with the day-trippers from Railay and Ao-Nang. This is not so bad but this also attracts a multitude of T-shirt, trinket and food sellers.
Hat Ton Sai (TonSai Beach): Neighbouring Rai Le (Railay) West but vastly different in terms of beach and tourist scene. The hard core backpackers all hang out here as along with Railay is one of the best areas for climbing. Accommodation can be around a tenth of the price of Railay. This beach also has one of the best night life scenes of the whole Krabi area although is subject to taste due to the bohemian style of the area.
Khao Pra – Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary: This is located at Tambon Khlong Thom Nuea. Comprising lowland forest, this area features the Emerald Pool or Sa Morakot, which are 3 hot springs with a temperature of 30 – 50 degrees Celsius. The forest is home to numerous flora and rare birds like Gurney’s Pitta, Rufous-collared Kingfisher, and Black Hornbill. There is also a 2.7-km nature trail known as the Tina Jollife (Thung Tiao) Trail, named after an English activist wanting to conserve this batch of rainforest.