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One of my favorite places in Krabi but it can get crowded during the day as it's a drop off spot for day trip tourists, to avoid that, you should go there very early in the morning or late in the afternoon for sunset.
Actually despite the crowd, the beaches are clean and with clear water. I do not know how the authorities did it but we were pleasantly surprised as we thought it will be dirty and not so pleasant. We really had so much fun as this...More
We got to Phra Nang Princess Cave beach by longtail boat before the crowds started to arrive at 9.00 am. We headed to the end of the beach with the Princess Cave. Interesting story behind the cave and its unusual offerings. Felt a bit self-conscious...More
The cave is very interesting and unique. It's nice to learn about new things about other religion. It's just a small cave and very well kept. You can get to Phra Nang from Railay west or east by foot. Don't worry about getting lost because...More
The beach is nice, and quieter then the main beach on Railay West.
The cave/temple is a curiosity with the carved phalluses of all sizes and colors.
The walk there along the trail was interesting with the rocks and wildlife, especially the long-tailed macaques.
We rented a longtail boat with a family of 9 and chose to come here before railay beach. It was very nice and a great place for a swim a little away from the cave. Great stop over place for an hour or two and...More
I went there during the 7 island sunset tour. I left a good memory. I want to relax while reading a book. I will find it again. You can come here from Aonang by using Long The Daily Mail. 200 baht round trip. (08am-18pm)