Krabi Apartment

262/28, Moo 2, Ao-Nang Soi 11, Krabi, Thailand | Condo
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This condo, located on 262/28, Moo 2, Ao-Nang Soi 11, Krabi, is near Koh Pai, Emerald Pool (Sra Morakot), Tup Island, and Ao Phra Nang.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKrabi Apartment

Reviewed by javaminit

Excellent Value

Reviewed Feb 20, 2013
by (6 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

We stayed here in 2011 and are back again for 2013. That alone tells a bit of a story. The hotel is approx 1 mile from the beach and for most, it will be a very leisurely walk.
After a trip from the beach, we are greeted with a crystal pool to relax in and cool off from the walk.
These are efficiency units with a 2 burner stove top, an under counter fridge, pots, pans, cutlery, a toaster and everything you need. We collected groceries from Tesco on the way from the airport.
To top it all off, you can order fresh bread for delivery each morning at a small charge and probably the BEST RESTAURANT in all of Ao Nang is about 100 yards from this building.
The staff are very friendly as well and we would recommend this location for your next stay in Ao Nang.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Krabi Apartment

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Krabi

Travel blog. Entry 9. South Thailand

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Jun 11, 2014

67 photos

... ok in the end and we got to Krabi with no further hold ups. Krabi was really cute. We had a hostel called Sweet Home with the nicest young little thai man we have met so far. It had a cake and ice cream shop and a nail salon. The best thing about Krabi was the weekend night market. It was the best food I have had all holiday. There were loads and loads of food stalls selling the best looking food I've seen at a street market. We all bought and ate soooooo much of the cheap, ...

Koh Lanta and Krabi

A travel blog entry by midgetgemz on May 26, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... looking at all the Thai food including lots of fresh fruit and veg, curries and also...hearts, kidneys and a pigs head! We went for the safe option and tried a cupcake and orange juice ha! We couldn't believe how cheap the market was no wonder all the locals shop there. We found a restaurant across the road and sat for hours watching the world go by, it was lovely. The next day we tried to rent bikes but again as it's low season nowhere had them...though in the end ...

Krabi (and you know it)

A travel blog entry by chico14 on Feb 06, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... and everyone in the world with ears. Dreadful, in the extreme.

As I said last time out, I was happy to be leaving Bangkok, but with so much to do in and around Krabi, the opposite is true this time. Anoth thing I'll miss about the place is the locals' pronunciation of my name, a sort of mix of Tiko and Kiko - makes me sound as if I come from somewhere exotic like Barcelona. I definitely plan to come back here on holiday.

Until next time,

Living & Working in Koh Phi Phi; good/great/grim.

A travel blog entry by freeingfuller on Jan 25, 2014

... and, frankly, ****** out my head, we filled it to the brim. It was more packed that night then ever before! It was a great feeling, I was hooked.
Days and weeks passed and before I knew it I felt like a local. Long gone where the fake haviannas, the evening make-up, and the hotpant/crop top combo that most sport on Phi Phi. I traded this in for dirty bare feet, huge tie-dye dresses and hair that even Mo-glee would be ashamed of.
I can honestly say that I felt like ...

Ko Phi Phi, Thailand: Beach Bars & Bull Rides

A travel blog entry by samber on Dec 02, 2013

... not been moving to every beat. We lasted until about 11pm before we ventured out to lay on a cushion at one of the quieter bars that played Indie music over house or techno. The Caribbean have it right in playing nice chilled music. Not a huge fan of reggae but the ambiance it creates is far more suited to a tropical island than techno. Mind you, had you asked me that 10 years ago I probably would have refuted that statement. Unlike the backpacking mecca that it used to be ...