Krabi

Just another day to go on the island hopping in Krabi. Heading out on a cruise to some of the stunning beaches on this island off along the Andaman coast. The fine white sand, warm clear water, and lush tropical greenery spilling onto the shore, it provides a dramatic backdrop to the sites.

Best Things to do on Krabi Day Trip

Poda Island

Poda Island (known as Koh Poda) is a one-kilometer long sandy beach shady with rows of pines trees. It is located 8 kilometers away from Ao Nang Beach and can be accessible by longtail boats. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes to get there. A coral reef lies 20 meters offshore, and the combination of scenery, beaches, and perfect snorkeling spot make it the favorite place for tourists.

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Chicken Island

Chicken Island was known as Koh Hua Khawan or Koh Poda Nok. This island got its name from a bizarre rock formation that resembles the head of a rooster. The island consists of steep cliffs, while the other side has beautiful beaches along its peninsula.

Tup Island

Mu Koh Poda or Poda Group Islands consist of Koh Poda, Koh Kai, Koh Mo and Koh Tap. When the water level gets low, Koh Kai, Koh Mo and Koh Tap, the three isles will reveal an amazing sight of white, fine bar that links them together. Divers and snorkelers can explore beneath the sea with colorful coral reefs and amazing marine life.

Railay

Railay Beach also frequently known as Rai Leh or Rai Lay, is a small peninsula just south of the town of Ao Nang, Krabi. It is connected to Krabi’s mainland but cut off by limestone cliffs from all roads and the town. It is isolated from the mainland, therefore is absolute absence of cars and roads. The area is famous for rock climbing and stunning limestone rocks.

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