One of the most famous attractions in Krabi is Wat Tham Suea, also known as the Tiger Cave Temple. This 278-metre-high temple, constructed in 1973, requires comfortable shoes as it takes 1,237 steps to get to the top. However, the views from atop the temple are worth the effort it takes to get there, especially for the sunsets.
Down below, the beaches in Krabi province are known for their crystal-clear waters, ideal for snorkelling, as well as the year-round breeze that blankets the beachside areas that make up Krabi town. Among the most famous beaches in Krabi are Railey and Ao Nang.
Photography gurus are also often drawn to Thung Tiao Forest Natural Park, which is considered one of the hidden natural wonders of Krabi. One such wonder is the famous Emerald Pool, a spring-fed “lagoon” that allows visitors to swim in chilly emerald green waters while absorbing the natural wonders of the surrounding forests and their diverse wildlife.