All important modes of transport like airways, railways and buses can take you to Krabi. No matter which way you choose, the landscape out of the window will be a feast for the eyes.
Direct flights from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata are available. Try to book your tickets offseason to get good discount rates. Kolkata usually has cheaper flights to Krabi than other cities. Keep checking individual airline websites for more information.
Visa policy for Indian tourists is same as for other Thai cities. Indians are eligible for visa on arrival at Krabi. For more information check the official embassy website.
The Krabi International Airport is 10km away from the city, and major flights come in and out of the city regularly. The city is accessible by Bangkok most easily, and flights out of Krabi to lesser-known provinces make travelling to and from the city quite convenient.
You can share a songathew or rent a personal car from one of the many car rental services abundant in Thailand. Krabi lies on Highway 4. Being a major highway, Highway 4 connects many provinces to each other making this quite a convenient way of getting to and from Krabi.
Krabi is not directly connected by train. You will have to get off at the nearest railway station, Trang, and catch a bus to Krabi from there.
Songathews or mini-trucks are the most popular public transport in Krabi. Krabi also has many coastal areas and islands which can be reached only by boat. Ferry services are regular and cheap. You can also opt to walk if the weather is pleasant.
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