วันอาทิตย์ที่ 7 กุมภาพันธ์ พ.ศ. 2553
A small province along the Andaman coast, Krabi is endowed with dramatically scenic islands, cliffs, beaches, forests, mountains, and caves. For a breath of pure fresh forest air, nowhere is better than Thung Tieo Forest, the last patch of alluvial plain forestland in Thailand and home to much rare fauna, such as the red-breasted parakeet. The splendours of a green world are also to be appreciated at Khao Phanom Bencha National Park and the Lanta National Park, both boasting great natural beauty.
As for adventure tourism, visitors can go sea kayaking to appreciate the splendid views of mangroves at the mouth of the Krabi River, enjoy rock climbing at Tham Phra Nang Bay, or go scuba diving off the Phi Phi islands. Then, a simple stroll along the beach offers a wonderful sense of peace and relaxation.
Certainly, Krabi is a world-renowned beach resort, welcoming a growing number of visitors each year, especially foreign tourists. Aware of the potential of Krabi, THAI opened its route to this province response to popular demand.