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Bangkok office Tel. 0 2261 0220
Krabi office Tel. 07569 2143
Website: www.pbair.com
By Bus
Coaches leave daily for Krabi from Bangkok’s Southern Bus
Terminal. Please Tel. 0 2435 11 for more information.
By Car
From Bangkok to Krabi, the route via Phetchaburi-Prachuap
Khiri Khan-Chumphon-Ranong-Phang-nga is 46 km.
By Rail
There is no direct rail service to Krabi. The closest southern
rail stations are Trang and Nakhon Si Thammarat, from where
visitors can take a bus or taxi to Krabi. For more information,
please contact the State Railways of Thailand.
Tel. 0 2220 4334 or Hotline 160
Accommodation
Hotels in all categories, from super deluxe to budget bungalows
are to be found in Krabi. For full details, please contact the
TAT’s Krabi office located on Uttarakit Road in Krabi town, Tel.
0 7562 2163.
Shopping
Souvenirs of Krabi include turtle dove cages, while the local
fish paste and dried fish and shrimp are popular. Shopping is
best on Uttarakit Road.
South of Krabi, the province of Trang is something of a mid
point, figuratively speaking, an up-and-coming tourism destina-
tion that has yet to achieve the status of Krabi or Phuket. It is
also distinguished by offering both coastal and inland attrac-
tions.
With a coastline of nearly 200 km. and more than 46 offshore
islands, Trang’s prime marine attractions are cruising the coastal
waters, visiting such notable sights as Tham Morakot or Emer-
ald Cave along with excellent opportunities for snorkelling and
scuba-diving. Then, for a change of scenery, inland excursions
Ao Maya, Ko Phi Phi Le
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