Cruising through my Thailand beach photo album was a timely reminder of my pending blog posts from last month. Although I'm never one to give into weakness, (or so I wish to believe), those waters have more than tempted me, even at the cost of my skin getting scorched black in the sun, sans sunblock. But luckily for you, I’ve covered a sizeable number of Thai beaches & islands in case you’re planning your next trip there, and don't know where to start. If not, then I shall assume that my photos are visually appealing enough to stir your yearnings to actually visit some of these places. Let’s start with Krabi, on the west coast of southern Thailand.
In this post I’ve covered photos of Phra Nang, Ao Railey West & Ao Railey East. From boat food vendors, to rock climbing & kayaking, this trio has something for everyone and can be easily covered in a day. You can strategically hit the Phra Nang beach in the morning, (it being in the west, the waters look bluer & clearer before noon), and have lunch comfortably on Railey East, and then climb up to the view point or lagoon before heading back to the mainland.
A little less on the commercial side, it’s ideal for someone looking for both a relaxing swim and some other recreational activities.