Krabi, on southern Thailand’s west coast, is a province characterized by craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests, and more than a hundred offshore islands. Some of its most popular beach destinations include the Phi Phi Islands, which jut from the sea like giant rainforested boulders, and Railay Beach, accessible only by boat and a prominent rock-climbing spot.
At low-key Ao Nang Beach, the seaside streets lined with backpacker guesthouses, Thai seafood restaurants, and tiny souvenir shops. Day trips around the area include island hopping and scuba diving among coral reefs at rugged Mu Ko Lanta National Park. Tiger Cave Temple, where Buddhist monks worship in a series of caves, reached by a steep stairway with views of the provincial capital, Krabi Town, and the Andaman Sea. The 2 unusual slanting rock hills north of town at Khao Kanab Nam are considered Krabi’s symbol.

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