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Railay Beach

194/5 Moo 5 | Tambol Saithai, Railay Beach, Krabi Town 81000, Thailand
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Half Day Rock Climbing Tours at Railay Beach in Krabi
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“east side” (107 reviews)
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194/5 Moo 5 | Tambol Saithai, Railay Beach, Krabi Town 81000, Thailand
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Reviewed 4 November 2016

Went rock climbing on the beach. Honestly it doesn't get much cooler than that. Gorgeous place with white sand beach underneath beautiful mountains. Not super easy to get too but part of the appeal is taking the the long tailed boats somewhere cool. It is...More

Thank Logan E
Reviewed 3 November 2016

This beach is a complete package for adventure lovers. You need to go by boat from Ao NAng and it charges 100 bhat. Its a paradise for mountain climbers .

Thank Dentist_MM
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Beautiful sunset from this beach, few steps from the closest resort and restaurants. Clear water. However, there were some trashes in the water and many boats stopping nearby made it too smoky to breath sometimes. But everything else was good.

Thank chilnguyen
Reviewed 2 November 2016 via mobile

Fabulous appartement King size plus bed Beautiful bathroom Plenty of bar & restaurant around Stay in east side with sea view 5 mn walk to west side

Thank Jacques D
Reviewed 1 November 2016 via mobile

We chose to visit here by low season as the cost of hotel is much cheaper and less crowded than other season. Lucky us that when we were there is no rain, can enjoy beach as much we would love to. We stayed at the...More

Thank JasmineTW
Reviewed 1 November 2016

The long tail boat ride, scenic cliffs, lush greeneries and the walk through the cave to reach the beach were simply spectacular. This little piece of paradise is not to be missed if in Krabi.

Thank AreIsaRegFoo
Reviewed 1 November 2016 via mobile

Spoilt by its own popularity, it was sad to see a beautiful area ruined by over development and profiteering. Krabi has many great beaches but for me this is now not one of them. Worth a short boat trip to see the rock formations but...More

Thank Ellabreeze57
Reviewed 30 October 2016

Savah Di kha!! Its a great beach to get stranded ;P You have a mix of beautiful beach side on Railay East and Calm and serene mangrove on the West side. If you are looking for room to beach access then East is the place...More

Thank 738adityas
Reviewed 29 October 2016 via mobile

Definitely worth a trip over from Krabi/ Ao Nang. Absolutely beautiful! Love the scenery and cool caves to walk through.

Thank Norah T
Reviewed 27 October 2016 via mobile

Railay beach is a public beach with stunning views of the rock formations and sea. The fact that sun loungers are not permitted means that the natural beauty of this location can be maintained. This is a lovely beach and it is well worth spending...More

Thank CDL2264
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20 October 2017|
Response from HonestIy | Reviewed this property |
I did not see any lockers but if you only take a small amount of money for food and drinks and leave valuables at your accommodation. Bags and towels etc seem pretty safe on the beach, we left ours but we were only swimming... More
13 July 2017|
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Response from Deborah F | Reviewed this property |
Echoing the above - the long boats are the typical transport. As others have mentioned, these are on the "roughing it side". While that's one reason I enjoyed it, be aware that these are not the same as the luxury boats... More
24 May 2017|
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Response from jamesharris8 | Reviewed this property |
The seas generally pretty flat. unless there's a storm due. you could watch the weather reports and make your mind up then. there's life jackets on the long tail boats. your could charter it private then you can go atvyiurs... More