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Phra Nang Beach (Railay)

18 reviews of Phra Nang Beach (Railay)

miguel a. cartagena

Impressive to see

It was impressive to see rock formations open to make way for two of the most stunning beaches of Krabi. One of these formations is shaped like a turtle or snail and can be seen from Tonsai Beach and of course from Railey or Pranang. Many of the excursions that take you to the beaches or islands pass by this place but the most amazing way to visit is by kayak. In any of the nearby beaches you can rent a kayak and get close to the rocks to see the effects of wind and water. It is simply spectacular to see the erosion, which climbers call "frills". Black and red rocks with vegetation the top are spectacular. Many climbers dare to climb these rocks from a boat and without strings. They simply jump into the water if something went wrong or if they get to a point where they can not climb anymore. It is a common practice in this area but also happens in places in Spain, like Mallorca.

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Jambo Mondo

Hat Phra Nang (Railay Beach)

Hat Phra Nang Beach, Railay Beach, forms one of the most beautiful postcards of Thailand. This beach is governed by a karst formation that overlooks the sea at the tip of the peninsula of Railay and is adorned by the islets that seem to look at it from the sea. At the foot of the karst formation, typical of Railay, is the Phra Nang Cave which gives its name to the White sand beach and clear water (if the weather permits) which is a wonderful jade color. There is only one luxury resort on this beach, which extends to Hat Rai Leh East. The resort has a restaurant, which is a bit pricey, but there is the option of buying roast chicken in a single food stall.

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Diego Rial

Railay Beach

Railay beach on the Krabi peninsula is still one of the few virgin beaches left for tourists thanks to its difficult access. Railay can only be reached by boat and there is at most 3 or 4 places to stay that respect this special place. In Railay, you'll see travelers who come from all parts of the world with their backpacks.

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