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  How to Go Phra Ae Beach Krabi Thailand  

How to Go Phra Ae Beach Krabi Thailand

 
Location: Next to Klong Dao Beach, about 5 kilometers away from Saladan market.

Phra Ae Beach Krabi Thailand

Phra Ae Beach Krabi
 
Phra Ae Beach How to get there:
From Talad Saladan drive southward for about 5 kilometers to find the sign of Had Phra Ae Public Park o the right where cars can be parked.

Phra Ae Beach Krabi Thailand
 
Phra Ae Beach or Long Beach was separately called in the past, but become the same beach nowadays. It has a beach line with brownish red sand that stretches straight as long as 2 kilometers, narrow and sloping-ideal for swimming.

Phra Ae Beach Krabi
Phra Ae Beach

The beach is shady with lines of coconut and pine trees for bassinet setting or picnics at the park with simple Thai food such as sticky rice with somtam and grilled chicken in the beachy atmosphere.
 
The beach setting is serene, as its length helps spread resorts and restaurants. In the evening, it offers many a nice viewpoint for sunset and islets in the front sea including Koh Phai, Koh Phi Don, Koh Mah and Koh Ha next to it.

Mook Lanta Resort Tel: 0 7568 4638
Lanta Resort Tel: 0 7568 4034
Lanta Cashuarina Beach Resort Tel: 0 7568 4685-8
Layana Resort & Spa Tel: 0 7560 7100

Phra Ae Beach Krabi Thailand
Phra Ae Beach

Phra Ae Beach or Long Beach as called by foreigners for it is the longest of all in Koh Lanta Yai. The setting in the upper part is lively with lodges, while the middle part down to the lower is a public park ideal for a walk at low tide.