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Railay Beach

194/5 Moo 5 | Tambol Saithai, Railay Beach, Krabi Town 81000, Thailand
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194/5 Moo 5 | Tambol Saithai, Railay Beach, Krabi Town 81000, Thailand
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Wow. This place is paradise... simply no words to explain how beautiful this place is. The sunset is spectacular...

Thank Mitzi R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A perfect place to catch the sunset as the hot although refreshing breeze passes through your skin like a warm and melting ice cream Would recommend!

Thank Erik C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Beautiful beach and a bit quainter than some of the other islands . I would like to return when the it is not rainy season . Really enjoyed my stay .

Thank amsterokie
Reviewed 6 days ago

Loved this place, very chilled. we stayed on the west side which seemed the nicer part of the beach. would definitely recommend if you are going to Krabi / Ao Nang.

Thank OliviaJoyce90
Reviewed 1 week ago

Railay Peninsula, the most brilliant big-name for rock climbing place in Thailand. There are four beaches on Railay Bay such as West Railay, East Railay (unable swimming coast), Ton Sai Bay, and Phra Nang Cave Beach. Phra Nang Cave Beach, there is the sacred shrine...More

Thank Intheair888
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Worth visiting, we went twice; lovely restaurants for lunch... if you are lucky you can see the monkeys jumping from the Trees.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I'm not sure why this beach has so many great reviews it was not the best beach we have visited. Decent beach with nice water however filled with boats and people. The choice of food is limited and everything is overpriced (as you would expect...More

1  Thank RD02SHOTZ
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This town is small so a short visit of 2 to 3 days is enough. If your looking to unwind and just relax by the beach, this is the place for you, but if you are into rock climbing and scuba diving this is also...More

Thank Natalia V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This beach has so much potential, it is a sandy beach with shops, hotel and reggae bars. There is also option to hire a kayak or get a massage. Railay beach had litter filtering through the water and the sand but when we walked furher...More

Thank DaughterofaKING7
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful beach with stunning sunset. We can never get enough with the sun set and went for a walk almost every night during our stay. Don't just eat in the restaurants of the resorts. There are many tasty and good price restaurants in the alley....More

Thank JMak2014
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October 20, 2017|
Response from HonestIy | Reviewed this property |
I did not see any lockers but if you only take a small amount of money for food and drinks and leave valuables at your accommodation. Bags and towels etc seem pretty safe on the beach, we left ours but we were only swimming... More
July 13, 2017|
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Response from Deborah F | Reviewed this property |
Echoing the above - the long boats are the typical transport. As others have mentioned, these are on the "roughing it side". While that's one reason I enjoyed it, be aware that these are not the same as the luxury boats... More
May 23, 2017|
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Response from jamesharris8 | Reviewed this property |
The seas generally pretty flat. unless there's a storm due. you could watch the weather reports and make your mind up then. there's life jackets on the long tail boats. your could charter it private then you can go atvyiurs... More