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After having spent time in the north, it’s now time to head south for several of those beautiful beaches that Thailand is well-known for. From Pai, you’ll need to head back to Chiang Mai to capture a trip to Krabi. Normally, we would certainly advise against flying, but the bus would certainly take a laborious 36 hours.

Thailand’s Krabi Province has all the components needed for a postcard-perfect paradise. White sand coastlines, bright blue waters, and limestone karst-high cliffs covered in lush foliage can all be found here.

The towns of Krabi Town and Ao Nang are the two best launching pads to explore Krabi’s beaches and islands, but we suggest Ao Nang by miles. Ao Nang is lively, with great nightlife, lots of bars and restaurants to enjoy, and a charming 1-kilometer-long beach.

We would certainly suggest spending your time in Ao Nang to discover the coastlines of Krabi District; the Railay Coastline, the Tonsai Coastline, and the Pra Nang Cavern Coastline are simply three examples of some of the most gorgeous coastlines in Thailand.

Throughout the Ao Nang community, you’ll discover lots of reservation representatives waiting to whisk you away on a longtail watercraft to see these coastlines. It’s all very easy to organize, making Ao Nang a very easy location from which to check out Krabi’s best coastlines.

You can also get to a lot of different islands from Ao Nang, such as Koh Lanta, Koh Lipe, and Koh Phi Phi. You might want to do your own research on which islands you intend to check out; there are great deals; however, we directly suggest Koh Lanta and Koh Tao.

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