Railay Beach, Thailand, also known as Rai Leh, is a popular seaside resort on the Andaman Coast in Krabi, Thailand. One of the most beautiful sights, except for its beautiful beach, is the presence of distorted limestone rocks.
Railay Beach, Thailand offers unique access to tourists. The peninsula, cut between the oceans and the mountains from the mainland, is only a long boat ride. There are regular services at Ao Nang, Krabi, Koh Lanta, Koh Phi Phi and Phuket.
Tourists prefer Railay for two reasons: tranquility and incredible rock climbing opportunities. While lonely nature joins families and honeymooners, limestone formations attract the backpack. Railay offers accommodation for both groups.
Rayavadee Premier Resort is the best accommodation on Railay at Phra Nang Beach. As a unique resort on the beach, guests enjoy full privacy. In the middle range, Railay offers a number of accommodation options, most of which are on the western side. Railay's budget, though not much, is on the east side. The adjacent Ton Sai Beach, which is only 10 minutes away, offers more choices in this segment.
There are many restaurants and bars on the Railay Beach to meet the needs of tourists. Most of them serve delicious and affordable local dishes. At the west end of Railay, there are some hi-end restaurants, some of which are on the beach.
Rock climbing is one of Railay's main reasons for the world's tourist map. However, steep limestone rocks are not suitable for beginners. Avid rock climbers are on Railay to enjoy the excitement and breathtaking sea views from the top of the rocks.
Railay Beach Thailand has limited opportunities for divers and snorkeling enthusiasts because marine life and coral reefs are not as attractive or diverse as in Thailand. The sea caves along Phra Nang Beach offer ample opportunities for kayaking lovers.
Source by Pasit Kapilakan