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What are the best things to do in Krabi?
Go scuba diving
If you've always dreamed of getting your open water diving qualification, Krabi is one of the best places to learn. Avid divers with tickets to Krabi who are more comfortable in the water can sign up for liveaboard boat trips. It's a unique way to explore Thailand's underwater heritage.
Learn how to cook Thai food
Level up your culinary skills with your flights to Krabi. Take a local cooking class and learn how to whip up crowd favourites, such as pad Thai and tom yum soup. Many cooking classes are led by professional local chefs, and end with you enjoying a feast of the dishes you’ve prepared
Go rock climbing
Looking for a bit more adventure? Use your return flights to Krabi to scale the limestone cliffs around the island. Krabi, Railay Beach and Ton Sai Bay are some of the best rock climbing destinations in Thailand. You can sign up for half-day or full-day tours with experienced guides. The best part? You don't need to be an expert. There are plenty of routes for beginners that offer spectacular views.
Explore Railay Beach
Railay Beach is a short long-tail boat ride from Krabi and it’s a popular destination for travellers buying an airfare to Krabi. The boats depart from Ao Nang Beach and in a couple of minutes, you'll find yourself on one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand. Railay is a great spot for hiking (don't miss the spectacular Railay Viewpoint), sampling delicious Thai food or laying out on the beach for a few hours.
What is the best way to get around Krabi?
For budget travellers who are buying flights to Krabi, the public bus is a cheap mode of transportation. You can use it to get between Krabi Airport (KBV), Krabi Town and Ao Nang. The airport bus costs 150 TBH ($7.43 NZD), and the service operates between 8am to 8pm every day.
Songthaews are a popular mode of transportation for tourists who buy tickets to Krabi. These local style of ride is a pick-up truck with two benches in the back. The drivers operate on fixed routes around the town, and you can use the service to reach places like Krabi Town, Ao Nang and other nearby areas.
Tuk-tuks are a quintessential part of the Thailand holiday experience. While it's not the fastest way to get around, it's a cheap option for travellers wanting to keep to a budget while on flights to Krabi. One tip for tuk-tuks however, is to always agree on a fare with the driver before setting out to your destination.
Metered taxis are available from Krabi Airport (KBV), the bus station, the ferry pier and along Ao Nang's busy beach road. If you need to catch a ride from somewhere else on the island, you may need to phone ahead and book a ride. When arriving at Krabi Airport (KBV), taxi prices are fixed. You'll need to go to the taxi booth inside the arrivals terminal and buy a coupon. Rides from the airport to Krabi Town generally cost 350 to 600 TBH ($12.39 to $29.74 NZD) and stops in Ao Nang should cost between 600 to 1,050 TBH.($29.74 to $52.14 NZD)
While motorbike taxis are an affordable way to get around town, always check with your travel insurance provider for your flights to Krabi to make sure you’re covered for use. Only accept rides from drivers who offer helmets.
What are the best places to stay in Krabi?
Ao Nang is one of the best areas to stay for ravellers buying return flights to Krabi. You will be within walking distance of the beach and dozens of shops and restaurants. The boat ferries to Railay and Ton Sai Beach depart from here, and you can easily organise day-trips to the nearby islands. When it comes to accommodation, travellers will find plenty of backpackers as well as mid-range and luxury stays.
The accommodation options for Railay are slightly more upscale compared to Ao Nang. You won't find backpackers here, and there are resorts with prices ranging from mid- to high rates. While the prices are slightly more expensive, it’s a good area to base yourself here if you're buying cheap flights to Krabi to go rock climbing. Many tours depart from here, and there are a few climbs within walking distance from the hotels. If you're not a climber, you can hire a kayak or go standup paddleboarding at sunset and see the bioluminescence light up the bay.
Klong Muang is a great place to stay if you’re planning on using flights to Krabi for a romantic getaway - imagine white-sand beaches, sparkling clear waters and luxury hotels with infinity pools. Klong Muang is the perfect setting for couples with tickets to Krabi for their honeymoon or those who want a bit more privacy and showstopping views.
Krabi Town is more of a stopover destination. You'll want to spend a night here if you have an early flight home the next day as it's not close to the beach or the island's top attractions. On the plus side, if you want to experience an authentic Thai town, it will deliver in spades. Wander around the explore the walking street market, check out the town's thriving cafe culture and feast of delicious local Thai food.
Krabi features a hot, humid climate which remains fairly consistent throughout the year. Average lows sit around 23 degrees all year round, with average highs fluctuating between 31 and 34 degrees in autumn and spring, respectively. The rainy season occurs from May to November, with particularly heavy monsoons in August, September and October. The best time to visit Krabi is between November and March, as the weather is drier and slightly less humid. That said, this fine weather coincides with peak tourist season, so be prepared for higher rates and busier streets. If you’re looking to save money and don’t mind risking the unpredictable weather, try visiting Krabi between May and August.
Krabi International Airport
Flights travel to Krabi International Airport from a number of destinations, including Bangkok, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Chiang Mai. Krabi International Airport is located about 12 kilometres from the centre of town; simply catch a tuk-tuk to get there with ease.