krabi and ao nang

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1. Posted by Noname2018 (Full Member 126 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

hi everybody,

just want to say that if anyone is planning a trip to thailand, krabi and ao nang should not be missed out!

it's so relaxed here and easy going and there's so much to do and the beaches are excellent.

if you're in krabi head to the pier and get a long tail boat to the caves and feed some monkeys nuts and bananas.

if you're in ao nang, i'd definately recommend the andaman inn which is a 2 minute journey from the mainland. if you're there say hi to audlee and kong from emma and alan. i guarantee you'll have an ace time. it's very cheap, has a great bar and you have the whole beach to yourself.

just thought i'd share this with you all. there's not many people coming to krabi at the moment so there's not many businesses making much money but the whole area is completely fine and safe and should not be missed on a trip to thailand.

hope you're all having excellent journeys.

later alligators xxx

emma x

2. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

thanx, emma, but you gave that info in all your previous posts. Do you own that place?

3. Posted by Noname2018 (Full Member 126 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

i didn't give any of that info in my last post, thanks anyway. I was also asked by a local fisherman in Krabi to tell everyone i met that they should head there cause a lot of people are losing businesses and money cause there's no tourists there anymore. he told me a lot of people are heading to phi phi and phuket but krabi and ao nang seem to have been forgotten.


4. Posted by sarusan (Full Member 61 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

Thanks for the update. I was there in October and I was also charmed by it. I was very sad to see it was among the tsunami-hit areas :(
I'm glad to see Ao Nang survived, and I second that recommendation to go there. It's very, very beautiful and without the crowds of the more famous resort towns (even before the disaster).