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What to see and do in Thailand

Check out excellent "What to see and do" pages for Bangkok (a city overview and divided into districts) and Phuket (a great Top Ten list). Both pages will open a new window at a different website.

Check out our detailed "What to see and do" pages for Pattaya, Chiang Mai Koh Samui and Koh Chang.  Information for Krabi, Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle area, and Khao Lak are below. 

What to See in Krabi

    * Tiger Cave Temple, This temple complex not only serves as a religious site for the monks who live and worship there, but also features a maze of natural caves in an overgrown jungle valley where stone tools, pottery remains and the mold for making Buddha footprints have been excavated.


     * Ao Nang Beach, is Krabi's most developed beach. Fringed by palms, the long beach is backed by a wide range of accommodation including resorts, bungalows and guesthouses. Most travel services can be found here, and there is a good variety of restaurants featuring both local and international cuisine.

    * Railay Beach, Paradise found? The coast in the south of Thailand is a luxurious tropical paradise. Towering limestone cliffs shelter incredible beaches, the most beautiful is Railay. Isolated from the mainland, the peninsula of Railay is surrounded by the warm Andaman Sea, lush jungle, and twisted rock. It contains enough activities for the most adventurous while allowing those who just want to chill out in paradise the opportunity to do just that.

    * Tonsai Beach, Tonsai beach is a gym monkeys paradise. Hundreds of steep generously bolted tendon popping routes ranging from 6a+ to 8c. A great place to hang out climb and day dream of that new project you're about to start sometime after lunch. Here you will find the famous, the wannabe famous and lost hippies.

    * Hat Yao, the longest, completely empty stretch of beach on mainland Krabi


Chiang Rai - Golden Triangle Area

Go on a boat ride across to a small island belonging to Laos. No visa for Laos is required to make this trip. This is popular among tourists, and many small boats offer this service. Technically you are in Laos when on the island and can thus claim to have visited the country, although you are not allowed to enter into the rest of Laos from there without a visa.


Khao Lak

Just relax and enjoy some of the best beaches in Thailand - Khao Lak is about kicking back.

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