Prehistoric Cave Paintings
The caves of Than Bok Khorani National Park are particularly interesting for the prehistoric cave art. There is no evidence that people ever inhabited the caves, rather, it is believed they used the caves for religious ceremonies. The ceremonial hand paintings depict people and animals in a geometric design, and can be seen in the area of Phi Hua To Cave, Fai Mai Cape, Tham Chao Le Cape, and Thai Raet Cape.
Activities: Cave/Geological Touring, Canoeing-Kayaking, Flowers admiring, View, Cultural Sight Seeing
Krabi Boat Lagoon Krabi Boat Lagoon marina, Thailand is the first Krabi’s premier marina complex. We are new marina sister property of Phuket Boat Lagoon. Krabi, is fast growing town with all necessary facilities for quality living in serenity environment. Life can be at ease with affordable budget. Nestled in the man made lagoon secured by lush mangrove of Talingchan, Nuaklong, Krabi.
The marina well protect by sea condition and conveniently access both by car and road. By car, 15 mins from Krabi Internation airport. The water channel is accessible with markers and maintain lowest tidal of 1.5 meters. A marine hub, gateway to nearby tourist attractions "Pranang Bay" and close to many beautiful island of The Andaman sea such as Ao Nang, Phi Phi island, Poda island, Pranang beach, Railay beach and etc. Krabi Boat Lagoon offers a unique Krabi Property and real estate, Luxury marina front condominium, Krabi retail, super market, laundry service and full facilities for your boat. The equipment and services are of first class standard, everything required for an owner's convenience is available on site, from a service workshop to an excellent marina restaurant and the fully enclosed lagoon offers many service berths, backed up by Yes, the Krabi Boat Lagoon Marina, Thailand offers the finest boating in South East Asia as same as the qualities that we was renowned by Phuket Boat Lagoon Marina.Location: 175 Moo.2 Ban Klongsai, Talingchan, A.Nuea Khlong, Krabi
Contact: Tel: 0 7565 6017, 08 6281 0330; Website: www.krabiboatlagoon.com
The Museum exhibits various artifacts discovered during excavations of an area called "Khuan Luk Pat" or a bead mound behind Wat Khlong Thom. Unearthed artifacts include stone tools, bronze implements, metal coins, pottery shards, ceramic and stone decorative art and colored beads that are over 5,000 years old. This Museum is situated within the compound of Wat Khlong Thom between Kilometer marker 69-70 on Phetchakasem Highway, one kilometer from the District office.
Location: Phetchakasem Highway, Krabi
Opening Hours: Daily from 08.30 am. - 05.00 pm.
Krabi, one of Thailand’s top travel destinations and home of the world’s best beaches, also has many natural tourist attractions that await visitors to pay a visit. Among all the natural beauties in Krabi, Emerald Pool is one of the “Unseen” destinations that many Thais and foreigners would like to drop by. It located in “Khao Pra - Bang Kram Wildlife Sanctuary” at Khlong Thom district of Krabi province. The pool is originated from warm water stream in lowland of southern forest.
Location: Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve, Moo 2, Klong Thom Nuea, Klong Thom, Krabi 81120
Contact: Tel: 0 7562 2163
How to get there:
If you are the adventurous type, you can rent a motorcycle or car and take Highway No. 4 to Khlong Thom District and turn left to Route No. 4038 to Lam Hap Sub-district.
Opening Hours: Daily from 08.30 am. – 05.00 pm.
Admission: Thai people 20 Baht per person / Foreign Visitors 200 Baht per person
Tha Pom Klong Song Nam (Pa Phru Tha Pom Khlong Song Nam)
Tha Pom Klong Song Nam Klong Tha Pom (Tha Pom Canal) is a beautiful area to visit. Five kilometers in length, it is unique for its outstandingly clear emerald-green waters and its location on the tideline. The canal water is alternatively fresh or brackish depending upon the state of the tides. This has resulted in the development of three different forest systems in a very concentrated area.
Only 100 metres from the car park you will find the amazingly clear waters which allow sight of this underwater world. The fresh water is high in dissolved limestone which inhibits the formation of precipitates so that the water truly sparkles in the sunlight, as it flows between the mangrove-lined banks.The canal is a fascinating microcosm of Thailand’s forest areas. Visitors will first encounter the mangrove wetlands with their characteristic tortuous tangle of surface roots but this gives way to the rarely found fresh water swamp forest with small trees and sparse vegetation. This in turn yields to typical rain forest with lush tree growths and shaded paths.
Further on past the prohibited area (Tha Pom Swamp) is the Chong Phra Keaw swamp which is a 40 metre wide expanse where the sea and fresh water actually meet. The waters on the land side are fed via a limestone cave network. It is a fascinating area. For many years the area was regarded as sacred so the natural ecology was not affected by agriculture or settlement.Perhaps the best way to enjoy the reserve is by canoe. This offers unparalleled and silent access to all the wildlife which inhabits the banks and waters of this unique water paradise. Visitors can also observe the exact confluence where the clear fresh flows encounter the detritus heavy sea water. There are small fishing villages along the banks of the canal and by canoe one can observe a way of life which has continued essentially unchanged, for hundreds of years.
Location: Moo 2, Ban Nong Jik, Khao Khram, Mueang, Krabi 81000
Contact: Tel: 0 7569 4165, 0 7569 4198
How to get there:
From Krabi Town take the Krabi-Ao Luek road (Highway 4) and turn right at the Pom Khao Khram intersection after five kilometres. The route is signposted all the way. Car parking is available at 20 baht per car. Restaurants and souvenir shops are adjacent to the parking area. The admission fee for adults is 50 baht: children 30 baht. In order to preserve the pristine environment food and beverages are prohibited. You should not throw soap or oily contaminants in the canal, jump into the water or make a lot of noise.
Opening Hours: Daily from 08.30 am. - 02.30 pm.
Khao Phanom Bencha National Park The site is comprised of with Khao Phanom Bencha at 1,397 meter in height above mean sea level, providing watershed area for the surrounding areas of Krabi Province and then flows to Andaman sea. Phanom Bencha mountain range is layed from north to south.
The weather is warm and humid throughout the year. There are two seasons, Hot season between January to April and Rainy season between May to December, maximum rainfall is in June to October. As a Moist evergreen forest, fauna in the park consisting of Hopea odorata, Dipterocarpus alatus, lagerstronemia cupida, Malacca teak, Michelia champaca, Parkia speciosa, Baccarea sapida.Ground fauna found are palms, genus Calamus or Daemonothops, greenia wightiana and bamboos. There are a number of animals live in the park which generally can be found are serows, wild pigs, panthers, clouded leopards, black bears, mouse deers, langurs, gibbons, Stump-tailed monkeys, Asiatic wild dog, squirrel, iorises, white-rumped shama, hornbills, pheasants, red jungle fowls.
Contact: Tel: 0 7566 0716, 0 7566 0717; Website: web3.dnp.go.th/parkreserve/asp/style2/default.asp?npid=201&lg=2
How to get there:
From Talat-Kao junction, Krabi province takes a bus through Si Trang Road, turn left at 1km,follow the way of Talat Kao - Ban Huaito about 20km will find the headquarters.
Opening Hours: Daily from 08.00 am. – 06.00 pm.
Than Bok Khorani National Park
Than Bok Khorani National Park Than Bok Khorani National Park is a rainforest situated in the valley in the midst of the mountains. Streams flow through the area disappearing into the limestone rocks underneath the mountains, on their journey to the sea. The source of the stream is Nam Phut Cave and Ao Mai Dam Mountain (Black Tree Bay Mountain). This was formerly the territory of wild elephants, until people moved in and settled the area. They cleared the forest and took possession of the land for agriculture, until only the stream remained. The limestone mountains in this area are covered with the mixed tropical forest and in addition it also consistis of mangrove forest, waterfall stream, sea and beach. Morevever, there are a limestone island and many small islands, about 23 islands. The climate of this national park is a monsoon weather, consists of 2 seasons; raining and hot season or so called "eight raining-four sunshine" which means raining for 8 months and hot for 4 months.
Raining Season starts from April till December every year. The heavy rain would be found in September while November would be cold with an average temperature at 26.4 degrees celsius.
Hot Season starts from mid of January till April every year. February is the lowest of raining and very hot but suitable for travel. In April, the average temperature is 29 degrees celsius.Tourist Attractions:
National Park Headquarters: 2/2 Moo 2, Ao Luek-Laem Sak Rd., Ao Luek Tai, Ao Luek, Krabi 81110
Contact: Tel: 0 7568 1071, 0 7568 2058; Website: web3.dnp.go.th/parkreserve/asp/style1/default.asp?npid=59&lg=2
How to get there:
By Car : Take road number 4 to Ao Luek crossroads, then turn onto road number 4039. From here, it is about 2 kilometres to the National Park Headquarters. Distance from Than Bok Khorani National Park to Krabi, approximately 48 kilometres.
By Plane : You can fly with the Bangkok-Krabi flight from Don Muang Airport, Bangkok to Krabi Airport, after that transfer to a car or a bus at the bus terminal of Krabi which will lift you to Thanboke Khoranee national park. You have many choices of bus, for example take a normal bus at 20 baht or an air conditioning bus at 30 baht or an air conditioning van at 30 baht In case you start from Ao Luek intersection, 2 kilometers from national park, a mini-bus or motorcycle fare is only 10 bahtBy Bus : Takes a bus on the route of Bangkok-Krabi, about 814 kilometers. It takes time about 10 hours.
Opening Hours: Daily from 06.00 am. – 06.00 pm.
Admission: Admission fee for adults and children are 200 and 100 baht per person. The Park does not provide accommodations, but camping in the park is allowed although tourists have to bring their own tents.
Klong Thom Amphoe Lak Mueang A Lak Mueang or 'City Pillar Shrine' is a public shrine, usually in the shape of a pillar, which represents the tutelary diety of each province of Thailand. The pillar is housed in a structure, which often reflects the historical background of the province.
Each Shrine has great religious, social, and political importance, and are held in high regard by the local inhabitants. Most Thai provinces have an official Shrine, and some districts within a province have their own, smaller shrine and there are several different styles of lak mueang, however, they are normally located close to the centre of their town, usually in or near the governmental precinct. There is a belief that the height of the pillar was the height of the founder of the city, and its diameter a multiple of his fist size. Some shrines (at least the provincial shrines) contain historical records of the town, region, or the shrine itself.This shrine is located in the grounds of the district administration offices, hard up against the road side wall. The shrine has a Thai style open design. There is a small prayer area at the front of the shrine. The pillar itself is rather short and wide.
Location: Klong Thom, Krabi
Pracha Patthana (Ban Khao Chong) MosqueLocation: Moo 2, Khao Thong, Mueang, Krabi 81000
Contact: Tel: 0 7570 0324 (The Islamic Committee Of Krabi); Website: www.ick.or.th
Wat Klong Thom (Klong Thom Temple)The Wat Klong Thom is located on the eastern side of Krabi town. The museum is a good place to understand the cultural background of Krabi. Artifacts of interest include ceramic and stone decorative art, stone and bronze tools, coins, pottery, skeletal remains and beads dating to the Stone Age. These were discovered while excavating Khuan Luk Pat area behind Wat Khlong Thom. Archeological studies based on these excavations indicate that Krabi was inhabited by Homo sapiens during 35,000 B.C.
Location: Klong Thom Tai, Klong Thom, Krabi
Opening Hours: Daily from 08.30 am. - 04.30 pm.
Cave Man Window Viewpoint The miraculous perspective created by Nature is located at the mouth of the canal linked to the hillside canal of Karos mountains, rich in mangrove forest straddling the current winding around the cliff of the limestone mountains, making up cavities of different sizes and forms in the area. One can look out through the cavities like windows. The Karos mountains are filled with legends of prehistoric humans, with evidences as ancient color paintings at various places. One can thus imagine that the cavities once served as windows for those cavemen who once admired the beautiful views as well. Location: Khao Karos, Ao Luek Noi, Ao Luek, Krabi 81110
Best time to visit: All year round, but the best period is November - May
Best period of the day: In the first half of the morning when a view can be obtained through the window channel with ambient light. Khao Pra - Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary
Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary is located at Ban Bang Tiao, 18 kilometers from Amphoe Khlong Thom. Major attractions in this Sanctuary include a 2.7-kilometer nature trail through lowland forests, the Emerald Pool and a variety of natural habitats. The forest is home to rare birds like Gurney's Pitta, Rufus-colored Kingfisher, Black Hornbill, and various kinds of plants. Visitors are allowed to stay overnight but they have to bring their own tents.
Location: Moo 2, Klong Thom Nuea, Klong Thom, Mueang, Krabi 81120
Opening Hours: Daily from 08.30 am. - 05.00 pm.
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