We know everyone's different.
Do you hate other tourists? Have a limited budget?
Need to entertain kids? Or accommodate a special diet?
Below, find out how to do Krabi your way.
A beach wedding is many couples’ dream: we explain how it can become a reality in Krabi. Find advice on wedding planners, marriage registration and more.
Other than the essentials and baby’s own personal items, what are the things you need to bring for a holiday in Krabi with an infant or toddler?
We advise what features to look for when choosing a baby friendly hotel in Krabi – from in-room facilities to swimming pools and stroller access.
What to do if your baby is sick in Krabi, and advice on how to keep them safe and prevent common health issues while travelling in Thailand.
Is it worth buying anything for babies in Krabi? We give the lowdown on infant clothing, feeding supplies and toys and where to find bargains.
We cover pediatric health issues and particular hazards you may not be aware of when travelling with children in Thailand.
Justin Frishberg, a former British paralympian, reports on his trip to Krabi and how the area is learning to accommodate disabled travellers
While traditional backpackers have all but disappeared from Krabi, there are still pockets of guitar strumming travellers to be found. And the new generation of party flashpackers are increasingly well catered for.
A perfect tropical island all to yourself is a fantasy that is out of reach to most in Krabi except those with access to a private boat.
Entertaining little – and not so little – ones while on holiday in Krabi is easy: we round up the best activities and places to visit for kids in the area.
Where and what to eat in Krabi if you’re travelling with kids. Check out which Krabi restaurants have kids’ menus, and explore kid-friendly local food beyond pizza and fries.
Sustainable tourism is becoming a bigger trend worldwide but what does Krabi have to offer for the ethically minded visitor? Find out here.
Muslim visitors to Krabi should rest assured that it is very easy to find Halal food here, as there is a large (up to 40%) local Muslim population.
If you’ve been to Krabi before, you may be seeking new things to do beyond Phi Phi and the 4 Islands: we show you how to get off the tourist trail.
Krabi – like most of Thailand – is a challenge for wheelchair users, but certainly not one that is insurmountable. Many disabled travellers visit the region each year and facilities are improving.
More and more people are choosing to explore Krabi alone: we list the precautions to take, and also explore the positive side of solo travel
Dairy and wheat intolerance are fairly common these days; sufferers will be relieved to know that in Krabi, it will be relatively easy to avoid such foods.
Thai cuisine may not be very vegetarian friendly, but vegans and vegetarians will not go hungry: we round up the best options for meat-free meals in Krabi.
Krabi is not only the most beautiful destination in Thailand, it is also Muslim-friendly! Find out where to stay, eat, and pray in our Halal guide to Krabi
A beach holiday in a destination like Krabi makes for an ideal family getaway. There is a large selection of family accommodation, as well as plenty of outdoor activities to keep the little – and big – ones occupied.