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Went on a mangrove tour and the first stop was this cave. 30 baht entrance fee unusually same fee for Thais as foreigners. Short walk from the pier and then a climb up some decent steps to the cave. The skeletons and paintings are not...More
I took my kids there for a visit, we paid 600B for two hours boat ride. The boat driver waited for us while exploring the cave and took us to fishing village. That was the highlight of the trip! Kids were so amazed to see...More
A very popular place to visit in Krabi is Khao Khanap Nam, a couple of ragged hills, the natural gateway to Krabi, stretching 100m out of the water. inside Khao Khanap Nam is several magnificent caves with impressive clusters of stalactites and stalagmites. The only...More
This is the only place we wanted to visit on the river, so we hired a longtail boat from Krabi town pier for one hour. Probably over priced, but we were happy with 700 baht total, for 3 adults and one 7 year old. I've...More
Thailand is full of much Asian History and the caves at Khao Khanap Nam bring that to light. As I ventured the caverns it became apparent via various sculptured representations that they were dwellings where humans have lived for centuries. Although no longer occupied in...More
From the pier across the Riverview Hotel, you can get a longtail boat driver to take you the ten minute or less ride up the river to this site where there are three caves. As of this writing, they generally want 600 baht for the...More
First stop by a long tail boat. Didn’t quite know what to expect. Place is very well kept, except for its toilets! Entrance fee was 300Baht per person. We met some friendly monkeys; very photogenic too! Entrance to the cave was a flight of intriguing...More
Our flight landed in the early afternoon and we wandered down to the waterfront after checking in. Without any difficulty, we found a boatman willing to take us to Khao Khanap Nam. It was somewhere we had to go, after seeing it from across the...More
Walk to the end of the free mangrove walkway (coordinates for the start of the walk 8.074542,98.9167768 ). It's a nice walk but better done when the tide is high, more birds and monkeys and generally prettier when you're not just looking at mud. From...More
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I with my wife made this trip without reservation. We went in march 2017 by songthaew from Ao Nang to Krabi (50 baht per person). When we walked along the river near the sculptures, some man, owner of the long boat... More
I with my wife made this trip without reservation. We went in march 2017 by songthaew from Ao Nang to Krabi (50 baht per person). When we walked along the river near the sculptures, some man, owner of the long boat, offered as this trip for 500 baht/one hour. We were very satisficed with him.