100 m high hills rising from the water, is regarded as the
symbol of Krabi. It sits before the city and can be
visited by long tail boat from Chao Fa Pier. Travel
time is about 15 minutes. From the boat, one climbs a
staircase to see caves with stalactites and stalagmites.
Many human skeletons have been found in the area. It
is theorized they are the remains of immigrants who became
stranded and died after a sudden flood.
is located about 3 kms from Krabi Town. Inside the cave there are
what appear to be tiger paw prints in the stone. The surrounding
area is covered with large trees hundreds of years old, particularly in
the Khiriwong Valley. Mountains are on all sides and there are
smaller caves in great number. Aside from being the site of a
meditation center, it is also a place of archaeological and historical
interest. Stone tools, pottery remains, and the mold for making
Buddha footprints have been found in excavations.
is located at Ban Nong Kok, Tambon Sai Thai, 7 kms from the town on
Highway No.4034. It is a beautiful cave with stalactites and
stalagmites. In 1909 the future King Rama VI visited the cave
here, earning it the title "Sadet" indicating the presence of royalty.
composed of eight small natural swamps in a vast valley of Tambon Khao
Thong. This forms part of a park which is being turned into
recreational area. Sa Kaeo is accessible by the Krabi-Nai Sa route
(Highway No.4034), a distance of 28 kms.