Destination: Krabi

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Krabi is the most idyllic beach destination in Thailand, located in the southwest corner along on the Andaman Sea. It is here that you will find the infamous and postcard-ready limestone formations along the beach created by thousands of years of erosion.
Krabi features the tropical islands and crystal-clear waters that we associate with paradise. Phra Nang Beach or Railay Beach offers the best waterfront spots for taking in some rays.
Feeling more adventurous? Explore Phulay Bay or take a day tour to Koh Hong Island for one-of-a-kind snorkeling or diving.
Krabi, offers multiple outdoors activities including, kayaking, trekking, or unwinding on the beach while enjoying amazing Thai cuisine.
Krabi is not a gay scene destination, although you will find plenty of gays vacationing there.
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Hotels

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Bhu Nga Thani Resort & Spa Gay Friendly

    Surrounded by the exotic mountains and the emerald waves of the Andaman Sea at Krabi, Thailand, you'll find the famous Railay Beach, Bhu Nga Thani Resort and Spa. The resort is an ideal vacation spot where our guests can find true peace, relaxation and tranquility. They provide guests with exceptional service and luxury to transform your holiday into a memorable experience. Railay Beach is renowned for its sheer beauty and mighty limestone. There are two sides of Railay Beach, east and west. Bhu Nga Thani Resort and Spa is located on the Railay East beach where the resort looks onto the preserved mangrove forest and the ocean beyond. What makes Railay Beach a charming destination is its secluded location and unbeatable beach scenery.
    •  479 Moo 2, Ao Nang, Muang, Railay, Thailand
    •  (66) 75 819 451-4
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    Railay Bay Resort & Spa Gay Friendly

                Located on Railay beach, provide maximum comfort with 130 rooms of 7 different types catered. Tropical style and wooden are the key structural elements of this bungalows, showcased throughout is a careful attention to detail and a comfort. They can guarantee a wonderful stay at their resort, set in lush gardens stretching from west to east Railay with plenty of coconut trees and tropical fauna placed between our bungalows and walkways to ensure that you will never find yourself in less than beautiful surroundings. Railay Restaurant is situated in the west of the resort which is a great gathering spot for vacationers of all ages. They offer a wide variety special Thai dished along with a full complement of fresh seafood.
      •  145 M.2 Ao-Nang , Muang District, Krabi, 81000 Railay Beach, Thailand
      •  (66) 081-9152700
      Ritz Carlton, Krabi

      Ritz-Carlton Phulay Bay Gay Friendly

        Venture to a captivating corner of the world, where glistening sands and blue skies converge with the Andaman Sea, and where the charm and natural beauty of Thailand blends with an aura of serenity and discovery. Phulay Bay in Krabi welcomes you into a peaceful sanctuary accented by contemporary Thai décor and gracious in-villa services offering private tropical garden or ocean views.
        •  111 Moo 3 T. Nongthalay, A. Muang, Krabi 81000 Thailand
        •  (66) 07-562-8111
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        Rayavadee Gay Friendly

          A five-star, luxury resort at the heart of scenic Krabi Rayavadee is situated at the heart of the stunning Phranang Peninsular on the edge of Krabi Marine National Park. Rayavadee nestles discreetly amidst tropical gardens and coconut groves against a backdrop of sheer cliffs, lush jungle foliage and the clear waters of the Andaman Sea. In addition to stylish, five-star accommodation, Rayavadee boasts fine cuisine, one of the most unique relaxation spas in Thailand and warm, attentive service.
          •  214 Moo 2, Tumbon Ao-Nang, Amphur Muang 81000 Krabi Thailand
          •  (66) 75 620 740-3

          Restaurants

          TAKOLA Restaurant (THAI/CHINESE) Gay Friendly

            •  Utarakit Road, at the entrance of Krabi Town Thailand
            •  +66 (0)75 620 872

            Things to Do

            Khao Khanap Nam (Mountain Doi) 

              Regarded as the symbol of Krabi, Khao Khanap Nam are two mountains that are roughly 100 meters tall, separated by Maenam Krabi and located at the entrance to Krabi city.

              Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary 

                Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary is located at Ban Bang Tiao, 18 kilometers from Amphoe Khlong Thom. Major attractions in this Sanctuary include a 2.7-kilometer nature trail through lowland forests, the Emerald Pool and a variety of natural habitats.

                Than Bok Khorani National Park 

                  Than Bok Khorani National Park is a destination for the Eco-tourist . It occupies a variety of attractions including natural trails, waterfalls, mangrove forests, Tham Lot, Tham Phi Hua To (a cave with prehistoric paintings) and Mu Ko Hong (limestone islands with crystal clear water, fine beaches and coral reefs). The islands are suitable for snorkeling and sea-canoeing and open only for one-day trippers.

                  Ao Nang 

                    Ao Nang is located approximately 20 kilometers from the town of Krabi comprising of a large bay with scenic beaches and 83 small islands. Ao Nang has several famous beaches which include East Rai Le, West Rai Le and Tham Phra Nang cave which stretches to the foot of a prominent limestone range. A boat from Ao Nang Village can be hired for sightseeing excursions around Ao Nang, Hat Tham Phra Nang and Hat Nam Mao, all of which are only accessible by foot. Other offshore islands such as Ko Poda, Ko Kai, Ko Mo and Ko Thap are popular destinations that can be reached by a rented boat from Ao Nang.

                    Islands Hopping 

                      There are many islands to choose from. Kho Ha Yai with shallow waters and coral reefs, Koh Talabeng with numerous small and attractive beaches and caves that are clearly visible during low tide. Ideal for canoeing, Koh Ha, has a long sandy beach in the east and unspoiled shallow water coral reefs at the beachfront. Koh Rock, Laem Thong and Ao San Chao with white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, and is still very intact. Poda Island, a major island, with white sand beaches and clear turquoise seawater teems with schools of colorful fish. Thale Whaek, the Divided Sea world famous unseen site.

                      Railay Beach 

                        This beach is generally divided into two sections, east and west. West Rai Le provides visitors with peace and quiet as it is a broad sandy beach with grove forests to the north. The main attraction for visitors to Hat Rai Le is the adrenaline pumping activity of cliff climbing.

                        Phra Nang Beach and Cave 

                          Pranang can only be reached by boat, and is similarly popular for swimming and rock climbing. Pranang Cave, which often lends its name to the beach, is a small but memorable cave, shrouded in mythology and mystery. The stalactites and stalagmites are one outstanding feature. Ao Pranang is a beautiful, 600m long beach, blessed with pure, white sands. It is quite a hot spot, and is sure not to disappoint sun lovers.

                          Kho Hong Island 

                            Koh Hong consists of a group of limestone islands including Koh Lao, Koh Lao Riam, Koh Pakka, Koh Lao La Ding and Koh Hong which is the biggest island to the south.The attractions on these islands include fine beaches, shallow and deep-water coral reefs and various kinds of marine life. Popular activities include snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, sea-canoeing and nature studies on the 400-meter hiking trail around Koh Hong.