As I told you in the previous post already, we headed to the beautiful Railay Beach peninsula in Krabi. The peninsula is known for its crazy looking limestones and turquoise beaches. The area is quite busy at daytime, but when you come to the beaches early in the morning you are as good as alone. That’s what we did. You can see how beautiful it looked there for sunrise. A moment we will never forget! Are you rather a sunrise or sunset type? :)
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If you are at Ao Nang, don't miss out going to Railay Beach and walking down to Phra Nang Cave, these two beauties are only 10-15 min walk to each other and offers beautiful soft sand and calm clear water. #wintergetaway
Stunning postcards from Thailand. Railay Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches I've ever had the pleasure of visiting.
Only accessible by a 10-minute tail boat ride from Krabi town, this paradise is surrounded by towering karst peaks.
Krabi’s Railay Beach is divided into East Railay, West Railay and Phra Nang. The beaches require only 10 minutes to travel from East Railay to West Railay. The beaches are connected by walking paths through large resorts. Railay Beach is a famous destination for rock climbing with its numerous rock faces and caves. Rock climbing is mostly concentrated in East Railay, where aside from ordinary practice walls, there are also mountainous rock faces on either side of the beach that make great challenging natural climbing sites. The turquoise water of the beaches make a trip to Railay a very special experience.