Top 10 Points of Interest & Landmarks in Krabi Province, Thailand

June 21, 2021 Tynisha Seiler

Krabi (Thai: กระบี่, pronounced [krā.bìː]) is one of the southern provinces (changwat) of Thailand, on the shore of the Strait of Malacca. Neighbouring provinces are (from north clockwise) Phang Nga, Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, and Trang. Phuket Province lies to the west across Phang Nga Bay. Krabi town is the seat of provincial government.
Restaurants in Krabi Province

1. Wat Maha That Wachiramongkol

Na Nuea,, Ao Luek 81110 Thailand
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5.0 based on 29 reviews

Wat Maha That Wachiramongkol

Reviewed By trav4go2 - Canberra, Australia

Recently completed this is one impressive temple. It appears almost indian while incorporating Thai buddhist aspects. Everywhere you go there were Thais and tourists taking photos of themselves near the artwork. Entrance is 50 baht for tourists which i felt was not an issue. Because of the size of the place, even with some thai buses arriving, at no stage did it feel crowded or rushed. Definitely worth a visit if you in the area.

2. Wat Bang Thong

Moo 3 Na Nuea, Ao Luek 81110 Thailand +66 75 656 014
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5.0 based on 22 reviews

Wat Bang Thong

Reviewed By GerardMeeuwsen - Phang Nga, Thailand

Wat Bang Thong = Wat Mahatat Wachiramongkol (This is the short, local, name of the official name. Both are on tripadvisor, but itnis the same excellent temple.) As it is brand new, all decorations & paintings are in perfect condition! I wrote the review there before: "Just came back from it. They still continue working, and changes are coming fast! On weekends busloads with Thai people come to visit: organised by villagers, bring a monk with them. Many from area Nakhon Sitamarat. Interesting to see that families donate the robe and go around the main Buddha statue after praying with one of the available monks. On this Sunday we saw every 15 minutes new groups , maybe 10 at the time, going around with the orange robes/cloth. My guess would be 75 meter? There is a story that it is build for the new king Rama 10, partly donated by the father of the kings former wife. I would like to learn more about this temple. If I find out, will tell here. (I live nearby in Manora Garden, Phangnga.)" Worth the visit: 30 minutes from Phangnga or Ao Luk, 1 hour /1:15 from Krabi Ao Nang. A car is best, enough parking possibilities, good coffeeshop/snacks, very clean area. Since the main construction work is all finished, very easy to take beautiful pictures!

3. Spirit Mountain

414/1, Soi 6 Chong Pli, Krabi Town 81180 Thailand [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/SpiritMountainKrabi?_rdc=1&_rdr
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5.0 based on 1 reviews

Spirit Mountain

Spirit Mountain Krabi is all about climbing, nature, sustainability, community, wellness, and healing. The perfect place to relax, share experiences, and climb with friends. It's ideal for families. Spirit Mountain Krabi is located at the base of Spirit Mountain and besides all the activities available, there are also accommodation and a restaurant available on sight.

4. Tha Lane Bay

112 Moo 3 Kaotong, Krabi Town 81000 Thailand +66 85 788 6144
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4.5 based on 53 reviews

Tha Lane Bay

Reviewed By ian2013 - London, United Kingdom

Take a long tail boat and head off on a most enjoyable trip. Stopped at caves and then meandered through thick mangrove forest, absolutely beautiful. Nature at it's best. Finish the trip at the Mangrove Restaurant.

5. Koh Phi Phi Viewpoint

Ko Phi Phi Don Thailand
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4.5 based on 5,053 reviews

Koh Phi Phi Viewpoint

Reviewed By actrip12 - London, United Kingdom

This is a MUST for anyone visiting Phi Phi, the views are breathtaking. We were unaware of the vast amount of steep steps that were part of the route to the viewpoint, make sure you have water with you as it is a tiring climb! It is 100% worth it though, we arrived just before sunset so got to see the sun set which was brilliant. It was busy up there, but there is a lot of space so you are able to get uninterrupted photos. A must see!

6. Kontiki

Aonang, Krabi Town Thailand http://www.kontikidivers.com
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Kontiki

Reviewed By 607mahesha - Cebu City, Philippines

This is one dive shop that treated us not like clients but like warm loved family members. From the booking at their Ao Nang beach road shop to the pick up next morning at 7.30.. To the welcome on their boat at the pier.. It was all done in a manner that left us feeling special. FON our dive master is perhaps the only THAI girl who's doing a dive master's job in Krabi. She's truly as her name suggests.. FUN to be with.. She made us feel immediately welcome and handled our group with a meticulous eye for every small detail.. As well as put us at complete ease with regard to any special needs or requirements some of us may have had on the dive. The two hour cruise to Phi Phi Islands itself was a treat.. It's a really large boat with two main decks.. Three levels in all.. Very comfortable with enough breakfast, lunch, tea, and rehydrating liquids on board. I'd say even without the diving just the two hours to the island and two hours return were great cruises. As far as the dives were concerned the water was thirty degrees with roughly ten meter visibility. The marine life was varied and the coral fairly colorful. Overall a good fun dive experience. Of course our dive master FON was highly alert on the dive and always in full control and that made for a reassuring dive experience, specially for the two novice divers we had in the group . The equipment used by Kontiki was almost new and in excellent condition. I'd say kudos to her for her briefing, set up, overall hospitality and warm friendly yet professional approach to all in her group. We felt truly satisfied with the entire experience. Keep up the good work Kontiki and hopefully there will be more lady dive masters soon like FON in the future.

7. Wat Kaew Ko Wararam

Issara Road, Pak Nam, Krabi Town 81000 Thailand
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4.0 based on 385 reviews

Wat Kaew Ko Wararam

Reviewed By lhi1964 - Roedovre, Denmark

Very beautifull and quiet.... Worth a visit...Just down the main road. Local people helpful and friendly when taking pictures. Pls be respectfull

8. Krabi Town Signal

Krabi Town Thailand
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4.0 based on 166 reviews

Krabi Town Signal

Reviewed By 957virginiad - Ao Nang, Thailand

The street lights of Krabi Town are amazing! A cave man, Sabre toothed Tiger, elephant & Eagle when the football grand final happens, the cave men are dressed in the local teams shorts! All part of the quirky humour of Krabl. Well worth a visit.

9. Amazing Sculptures in Krabi Town

Utarakit Road, Krabi Town 81000 Thailand +66 83 556 2242 http://www.phuketexplorertravel.com
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4.0 based on 273 reviews

Amazing Sculptures in Krabi Town

Crab and Nok Awk(Sea Eagle) Scultures at the center of Krabi Town. The scultures located by the Utarakit Road, walking distance from Maharaj Road.

Reviewed By rairainku - Ao Nang, Thailand

It is a picture of a black crab. There are both crab and mother crab in the center of Krabi town near the market and there will be a bird in the picture near. If coming in town, must take a picture with this black crab sculpture.

10. Cro-magnon Man Intersection

Maharaj Rd, Pak Nam, Krabi Town 81000 Thailand
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3.5 based on 2 reviews

Cro-magnon Man Intersection

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