Culture and Local Activities
Krabi Temple , Tiger Temple , Bangtong Temple , Night Market
Krabi Temple (private car)
start 1,000 THB
Tiger Temple (private car)
start 1,500 THB
Bangthong Temple (private car)
Krabi Night Market
Biking in fisherman village
START 500 THB
Kaew Korawaram Temple
Kaew Korawaram Temple is a Buddhist temple in the city of Krabi. Located on a hill above the city's downtown, it is accessed by an entrance plaza off one of the city's main streets and a grand staircase lined by nāga sculptures which are fascinating Hindu deities with the body of a serpent.
Tiger Cave Temple is also called Wat Tham Sua, A sacred site, it is known for the tiger paw prints in the cave, tall Buddha statues, and the strenuous flight of stairs to reach the summit. This temple is very well-known for its exceedingly steep 1237 steps, which is rewarded with an outstanding view over Krabi’s limestone rocks.
Bang Thong Temple
Bang Thong Temple is an impressive, spacious internal space featuring a long line of beautiful statues aligned with the walls. At the end of the statue line, the temple at the base of the tall golden pagoda is at the heart of the complex. The temple pillars are decorated in gold and black, and the walls and ceiling are adorned with beautiful paintings and statues.
Krabi Night Market
Krabi Night Market, also known as Krabi Walking Street. The lively vibes of the market, more than 70 stalls with food and other things, live music and the mix of locals and tourists makes this market so diverse. A range of different foods and goods on the market such as vegan and Thai street food, electrical items, accessories, shoes, clothing and much more. The Krabi Night Market is only open from Friday to Sunday evening from 4 PM to 10 PM.
Fisherman Village is located on Klang island or Koh Klang is located just opposite Krabi Town. Here has preserved the old ways of southern Thai Muslim culture, where visitor can see the living relationships between islanders and the sea, observing daily life. The island is surrounded by pristine mangroves waiting to be explored by a long tail boat. In addition to experiencing the bountiful natural landscape and culture, visitors can also enjoy local life by trying some of the traditional activities that can be found taking place.