Krabi Waterfalls, Lakes and Rivers

Krabi’s best beaches will delight even the most demanding travellers with emerald sea water, white sand, and colorful fish flocks.
Phra Nang Beach is surrounded by stunning limestone cliffs and is located on the southern most tip of the Railay Peninsula, just south of West Railay.
Railay is a small peninsula between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang in Thailand. It is accessible only by boat due to high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access.
Until about 2005 the Phai Plong Beach was just a small, deserted beach, located between Ao Nang and Tonsai and Railay Beach.
Ton Sai is a beach near Krabi in Thailand, offering a combination of inexpensive accommodation and great rock climbing routes that make it popular with both backpackers and climbers alike.
The Klong Muang Beach is located about 13 kilometers outside of Ao Nang. The village of Klong Muang is expanding continually, but is currently much more quiet than Ao Nang.
Tub Kaek Beach in the north of Krabi is a quiet, hideaway beach, one of a few here. It is a 20 minute drive through rubber plantations from the hub of Ao Nang Beach.
Ao Nang has semi-clear waters and is a very calm beach that is great for swimming and relaxing.
Noppharat Thara is a long beach (around 5km), adjacent to Ao Nang and split into two halves by a river.

Krabi Waterfalls, Lakes and Rivers

Kayaking is one of the most fascinating adventures in Krabi. Jump in a kayak and watch the sunset in the middle of the lake, have a mangrove forest tour, or sail along inaccessible green cliffs reaching high above the sea surface.

Nong Thale Lake

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Tham Sra Kaeo Lake

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Klong Sa Kaew River

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