Floating Cafes on Long-tail boats
My secret hide-out. A gate-way to Paradise.
More James Bond adventures on board.
Then, we had a 30 minutes open sea snorkelling here. But the waters were really murky and we could not see the corals.
I had lots of fun feeding these hungry fishes too!
I would have taken the longtail boat over the speedboat for a less bumpy ride.
For the sides, we had green curry and boiled vegetables.
It’s a private island owned by who-shall-not-be named. All tourists visiting this island need to contribute 10 baht to the fund used to maintain the cleanliness of the beach. According to the guide, this island is only open to tourists during certain periods of the year.
( in Krabi Town)
After the island tour, we return to our hotel for a hot shower and then left for Krabi Town by a mini bus . The driver charged us 100 baht per pax for a return trip ( from Ao Nang to Krabi) and he even drove us to a local Thai restaurant for a sumptous dinner. Later, he also drove us to a shopping area where we did some last minute shopping on our last night in Krabi. Then, he waited for us and drove us back to our resort in Ao Nang, which is about 30 minutes away from Krabi Town. He displayed great attitude in serving his passengers and we were so thankful to have him as our driver. I highly recommend him as a driver-cum-tour guide at Ao Nang! His name is Nui and his contact number is 085-790 9854.
By advertising their services or company on my blog, is the least I can do to help the locals who were trying to make ends meet. They were not only sincere, but also genuine in helping the tourists to have a pleasant stay here.
Live music at the restaurant
This restaurant is well-known for their pork knuckles! You got to try it if you’re here!