Aonang Cliff Beach Resort
Aonang Cliff Beach Resort You will relax at our 4 star Resort where nature has been kept unspoiled. Gazing upon the majestic limestone mountain and overlooking the pristine Andaman Sea. Contemporary design features 97 spacious rooms amidst this hilltop menagerie. 3 restaurants each with their own...
Rayavadee's setting on the edge of Krabi's National Marine Park at the heart of the stunning Phranang Peninsula perfectly blends lush foliage, limestone cliffs, white sand beaches and the emerald waters of the Andaman Sea. The resort's award winning architecture and tropical landscapes were inspi...
Travel Dates: 8 - 31 October 2016.
Relaxation and friendly Thai hospitality
The water is clear and the diving excellent. It's slightly less developed than other tourism hotspots in the country and there seems to be some effort from the local government to keep it that way. A holiday in Krabi is designed to keep you far from crabby!
One of the most distinct features of the region is its great limestone rocks, spearing the air on land and in the water, making this a rock-climber's heaven and providing ample opportunity for daredevil climbing then freefalling into the water. Krabi Town is the common entry point to the region (there's an international airport) and Ao Nang is the area's most-developed beach. Once a backpacker top spot, there are still cheap digs to be found at Ao Nang but the top end of the hotel market is proliferating. For a slice of quiet, Krabi Province's last untouched beach is Had Yao and there are a handful of guest houses here.