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Vactioning with Thai family in Krabi. Suggested sights to see.

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connda    4,307
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I'm heading to Krabi with my Thai family (50 something y/o wife and 20-something y/o son and daughter-in-law).  Looking for suggestions for tourist-type activities.  The only places that I am not interested in is the National Parks.  I sure there is plenty to do and see outside of the National Park system.  And knowing the Thai families aversion to sun, hanging out on the beach or in a long-tailed boat is probably not high on the list of their idea of a good time.  Boat rides where they can stay out of the sun would probably be ok.  Me?  Snorkeling! :thumbsup:  Yeah, I know.  Me snorkeling and the Thai family sight-seeing but staying out of the sun is a tough conundrum.  But I'm open to suggestions.  If I don't make it snorkeling, fine.  As long as the family has fun.  Wife enjoys eating, especially seafood. Lol.  :laugh:  We're staying close to Nopparattara Beach.  Suggestions welcome.  TIA  :smile:

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daveAustin    8,600

Tiger Temple Cave just outside Krabi Town is well worth a look if you have the legs for it - 1200-odd steps. Monkeys are a pain though.

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connda    4,307
6 minutes ago, daveAustin said:

Tiger Temple Cave just outside Krabi Town is well worth a look if you have the legs for it - 1200-odd steps. Monkeys are a pain though.

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Wife would love that - but her knees???  They wouldn't handle the first 20 steps.  Thanks for the suggestion though! 

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connda    4,307

Hummm.  Krabi must be pretty boring.  Posted two days ago and 1 suggestion.  Ahhh, we'll figure it out when we get there.  :thumbsup:

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gk10002000    2,750

Ao Nang is pretty.  A long tail boat over to Railey beach is nice.  Small beach with good sand.  No wave action or any surfing though if that is what the kids might want.  The scenery with that big limestone cliff is pretty nice.  There is an entertainment complex and a few side streets with some beer bars that are kind of lively.  There is a large group of seafood restaurants kind of under one roof that might be worth spending dinner at.

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