We had previously heard about the Tiger Cave temple, situated 3km outside of Krabi Town the last time we were visiting Thailand, but didn’t have enough time in our schedule to follow it through. We had already trekked for 5 hours around Krabi towns main sites and river front in the heat, and the thought just popped into my head “lets go and tackle stair hell”. This sounded a good idea at the time little knowing what was ahead of us and what punishment I was ready to put my butt & thighs through, let alone my favourite T-shirt of the moment. Continue reading
We had been pretty busy in and around Krabi Town, from completing the Tiger Temple’s 1237 mountainous steps, to the Kaewkorawaram Temple, and in my quest to find the cheapest large Singha in town, had probably navigated every street in Krabi Town. We were due a rest, as we had put in the miles to feast at numerous food and hawker stalls all over Town. Continue reading
We organised our transfer from Langkawi to Krabi town through an agent, and the package included the taxi transfer from our hotel at Pantai Cenang beach, to Kuah Jetty for the ferry to Satun, and onward by coach to Krabi town, and all in cost 110 Malaysian Ringgit (£18) per person.
The taxi collected us at 07:30 to take us to the Jetty ticket booth which takes around 30 minutes where we handed in the receipt to the desk out front to get our ferry ticket to Satun departing at 09:00am. At Kuah Jetty, there are a few restaurants and coffee shops reasonably priced, and places to purchase the all important water and snacks for the journey. Continue reading
The Chao Phraya River borders Bangkok’s Rattanakosin Island and is based to the West of the Phra Nakhon District. A short 10 minute stroll from the Khao San Road will get you to the Phra Arthit pier N13 which is situated next door to the Navali River resort hotel. Continue reading
When you’re travelling foreign lands and there’s a lack of decent shopping outlets for that item that you can’t live without, then this list is for you. Continue reading