Krabi Travelogue 1

July 25, 2010 by  
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Fluffy Clouds Blue Skies @ Ban Bhor Thor, Krabi !!

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Located in the district of Ao Luk of Krabi Province, Bann Bor Thor is a small village located north of Phang Nga Bay. Bann Bor Thor is also home to mangrove forest, with amazing limestone caves rich in archaeology. Our visit here takes us 45 minutes from Ao Nang, Krabi to district of Ao Luk via ever so popular Toyota Hilux pickups that you can see almost everywhere in Krabi and Thailand.

A panoramic view of Bor Thor to start off with. We were blessed with wonderful blue skies and fluffy white clouds during our trip. It was July (low season) raining season when we traveled to Krabi. To see a sunny day with blue skies like this is a blessing, said our guide.

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Extreme Krabi

June 14, 2009 by  
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Deep water soloing brings a new sense of adventure to a destination noted for its beaches, caves and lagoons

For decades Krabi’s abundant natural heritage that manifests itself through gorgeous white sand beaches, soaring limestone cliffs, magnificent viewpoints, caves and lagoons have served as a powerful magnet that draws an endless stream of visitors from all over the world. Other than its enchanting beauty which is undeniably unmatched, another feature that makes Krabi stand out from other island destinations is a diverse range of activities available both on land and under water, ideal for all breeds of travellers. Lined with rugged karst cliffs and wide expanses of white powdery beaches that slope down to crystal clear sea, the Railey Peninsula is much sought by avid rock climbers. The scenic peninsula is an extension of the mainland but inaccessible by road due to Read more