Relaxing Resorts in Krabi

Relaxing Resorts in Krabi

Jody Houton

Looking for the best rates and special offers for resorts in Krabi? Look no further than HotelTravel.com. Krabi has long been known as a slightly quieter and more natural alternative to Phuket Island. Its beautiful beaches, abundance of natural splendour and opportunities for adventure – both on land and sea – make Krabi an attractive option for families and couples, young and old alike.

A great option for those who wish to stay within a literal tropical garden is the Emerald Garden Resort. The overall design of the resort combined with the secluded location perfectly loans itself to peaceful and luxurious relaxation.

As well as the great onsite facilities, it is close to a good number of other attractions without jeopardising the hideaway resort’s peace and quiet. Nearby the beach, the Emerald Garden Resort is close enough to venture to the Klong Thom Hot Springs – set deep in the Krabi jungle and well worth a visit to take a dip or just marvel at the scenery.

Throughout the wild and wonderful Krabi jungles, there are many opportunities to go elephant trekking and on jungle safaris. Explore rain forests, waterfalls and wind your way through the jungle using all manner of mini bridges and well-beaten tracks.

Aonang Paradise Resort & Longstay lets you enjoy the splendid Krabi nature as well as a good number of local restaurants and bars in the Ao Nang area. Reasonably priced, this Krabi resort offers a charming location flanked by coconut trees and beautiful beaches. As well as being close by sleepy Ao Nang Beach, it is also near Noppharat Thara Beach.

Ao Nang is the most convenient place to depart to the many Krabi islands, including Koh Poda and the popular tourist destinations of Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lanta.

A slightly more isolated resort is the Bhu Nga Thani Resort & Spa, set in a beautiful and tranquil area of Krabi. As well as a range of spa treatments available on site, the pristine location, which looks out onto mangrove forests, stunning limestone formations and serene sea views, is straight out of a traveller’s imagination.

Set on the east side of Railay island, the paradise beaches on the west of Railay are literally on your doorstep. The amazing cliffs and rock formations that surround the island of Railay attract rock climbers all year round, who come to enjoy a bit of beach lifestyle as well. Popular tourist attraction, Phra Nang Cave is close by.

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