Located approximately 814 kilometers from Bangkok is Krabi Province , one of most attractive destinations in southern. Thailand Krabi, the Emerald world of Andaman is the one of most attractive destinations in southern Thailand. This place is an ideal getaway destination teeming with natural attractions including white sandy beaches, fascinating coral reefs, numerous large and small islands and verdant forests with caves which make it a heaven for rock climbers and wonderful wate
Loi Ruea Chao Le Festival
Loi Ruea Chao Le Festival is a rare festival on Ko Lanta of sea gypsies.
The festival is held annually, on the full moon day in the sixth and the eleventh months of the lunar calendar.The sea gypsies on Ko Lanta and from neighboring areas will gather at the beach near Ban Sala Dan to float boats in the sea in order to bring good luck. The Rong Ngeng, a typical southern dance as well as traditional music, will be performed around the boats
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By bus : From Phuket Bus Terminal, there are non air-conditioned and air-conditioned bus services to Krabi many times daily. The trip takes 3-4 hours. For details, contact 0 7621 1480
By car : From Bangkok, proceed on Highway No. 4 on reaching Chumphon Provinces take Highway No. 41 passing Amphoe Lang Suan in Surat Thani Province to Amphoe Wiang Sa and then take Highway No. 4035 to Amphoe Ao Luek and continue on Highway No. 4 to Krabi. This route is 814 kilometers from Bangkok.
By bus : From Bangkok :There are air-conditioned bus services to Krabi leaving the Southern Bus Terminal at Borommaratcha Chonnani Road daily from 6.30 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. The buses provided include ordinary bus buses, 2 nd class bus air-conditioned buses, 1 st class air-conditioned buses and 24- seat VIP buses. The journey takes about 12 hours. For more details, contact tel. 0 2434 5557-8 ( non air-conditioned buses) or tel. 0 2435 1199 or 0 2435 1200 ( air-conditioned buses) or visit www.transport.co.th.