The island of Koh Phi Phi, which is not far from Krabi, enjoys a reputation that has largely crossed the borders for a long time … well, it’s true that it is beautiful, but tourism Mass is not my cup of tea, I much prefer the quieter places.
If in Krabi town (as in many Thai cities) there is not really much to do in Ao Nang you will certainly find a suitable match. Nothing to do but with Patong, but then nothing!
Not far from Ao Nang is a small beach with some bungalows but with rather expensive hotels, in a small paradise where access can only be done by boat: Railey Beach
Just take a longtail boat from Ao Nang Railey to join about 15 minutes, and it is a quite sumptuous environment that you can enjoy with large cliffs surrounding the site offers a beautiful sight.
Krabi has one of the world’s most beautiful climbing spots. You can also go scuba diving, sea kayaking, sailing, scuba dive and snorkeling, watch the local wildlife, trekking or visit the caves.
We are in Ao Nang, on the beach …
To go to Ralay Beach, this is where you can buy a ticket that will give you access to a longtail boat.
It is at the corner kiosk that you can acquire for a few baht, a ticket that will allow you to embark
Railey Beach, but also to other paradise islands like Koh Poda for example …
Ticket in hand, it remains only to wait a few minutes, until the required number of passengers is reached.
In principle, the rate is for 6 people minimum …
if you are three or four, the boat will leave, but the price will be slightly higher
The few minutes required to reach Ralay Beach you are along the coast with great views.
After fifteen short minutes, you are at Railay Beach.
This is not an island, but it looks a little place accessible only by boat
Very nice place (the beaches are much nicer than Ao Nang).
The ideal is to reside in Ao Nang and Railey to go by boat for the day as there is not much to Railey,
and hotel are quite expensive.