x The average starting price for a place to stay in Krabi is £24 per night.
225/1 Moo 4, Noppharatthara Beach, Ao nang 90/68 Maharaj Road,MuangOutstanding 100%
591 Mu.2, Soi.Aonang11/1 Aonang, MuengOutstanding 98%
Astrid Mendoza It was an amazing place! The facilities are really nice, well designed, everything clean but most important services that make you feel if not as home, really really comfortable: books, movies, games, information and personal products that you might need in case you forgot or loose them during your trip... I encourage everyone to stay there even when it is about 20 minutes walk from the beach, it definitely worth it!
54 Moo 2 Tamboon Khao Thong Amper MuangExcellent 91%
87 Utarakit Rd. Paknam KrabiExcellent 90%
kwfung86 They do have provided a nice and comfortable environment to people. Unfortunately, there are no breakfast provided by hostel. Anyway, I will recommend my friends to stay here because the strategic location where it is near to Krabi morning and night markets.
34 Maharaj Road Soi 10 PaknamExcellent 90%
sheath-cri My husband and I, with a another couple had been travelling around Asia and wanted to spend our last 6 days on a quiet beach doing nothing and anything. We LOVED this place!! The bungalows are very earthy, clean and simple. The staff, their food, hospitality and the views are amazing!! You are close enough to shopping with a quick 10 minute Scooter ride (we hired a scooter for 180baht for 6 days $30 Aussie) yet far enough away from the tourist strip to be perfect. We are definately going back and hope this to be our yearly family trip (as this part of the beach is great for the kiddies - when we have them) Can't wait to see you again soon Pan aka Manida xo
222/2 Moo5 Saithai-Susanhoi Rd. Saithai, MuangAwesome 86%
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