The Beach Boutique Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews The Beach Boutique Resort Krabi
Travel Blogs from Krabi
... the headland from our end of the beach. For us, the cloudiness was great, less sunburn, less hot, and fewer people. After we'd swum and dried off, and snacked on fruit, we walked to the far end of the beach, round the headland and all along the next beach. We noticed patterns in the sand, seemingly made from tiny little balls of sand, and then realised that there were tiny crabs, maybe 0.5cm wide, scuttling in and out of small holes, bringing up sand, and carefully ...
So today; second day at school. It was sweet. We made lanterns with the kids and they were so happy to see us. A bit of trouble there and back with the drivers forgetting us but all was sorted. Not much happened today as we were so shattered from work that we ended up coming back to nap at the ...
... hike up was brutal and extremely steep, but at least it was mostly shaded! Once at the top, it was most definitely worth the pain. The 360 view of Krabi around was something special. There was a massive gold Buddha at the top, a small Ganesha figure and a couple other Buddhas in different positions. I took a couple of pictures and then sat there for about 20 minutes soaking it all in. Our walk down was interesting since our legs were jello, and we ...
... The path took us to a private beach called 'Pai Plong'. Being a private beach, they required us to sign in. It was a lot nicer than Ao Nang beach, but definitely not as nice as the beaches on the Phi Phi islands, so we had a quick paddle and made our way back past the 'evil' monkeys. Svante (from our zip-lining trip in Laos) recommended a place to visit whilst around Krabi, a place called 'Tiger Cave Temple'. He mentioned that there were ...
... lagoon and lookout and it was pointing at this rock wall. That's when we realized that people were up higher scrambling! So we ran back on ditched our good cameras and put shoes on to go scramble! I would say on average this hill/mountain we scrambled was about a 85% slope. Almost straight up. It was more scary looking down on it then actually doing the scramble up. Once we got to the top you can hike 5 mins to the lookout or you go back down the opposite side to ...