This is a SUPER, backdated post. I only got around to posting up the pictures from my Krabi trip now because there was over 1000+ pictures for me to scrutinize at and edit. So far, these few are my favourites. The trip to Krabi was wonderful, it was like paradise. Albeit all the super cheap food and the majestic views, the trip was really worth the money in my opinion.
I went there for 4 days 3nights and in my honest opinion, it is NOT ENOUGH. The next time I am going there, I’m gonna stay there for more than a week! Probably 12 days so I can explore all the beautiful islands that Thailand has to offer. I love the idea of living by the beach and am hoping that will come true. Although in Singapore, it is very impossible to own a beach house unless you are a millionaire. The resort that I stayed in is called Peace Laguna Resort and Spa which is on the main road of Ao Nang and a mere 5 minute walk away to the beach. I was seriously very pleased with the location of the resort as it was very accessible to alot of different restaurants which were all selling super cheap food! On the 2nd day of the trip, I went island hopping and seriously, I was SO stunned with the crystal blue waters. I also jumped from a speed boat for the very first time in my life, something which I though that I will never get to do. So that’s one thing to check off my bucket list!
This was the view for 4 days that greeted me everytime I stepped out onto the balcony of the resort.
They even provided us with 2 deck chairs!
Another view of the backdrop of the resort.
Yes, a tsunami evacuation notice since we were so near to the beach.
Waiting for our Pad Thai, super cheap and super good!
Their infamous night market (which I think wasn’t all that, I only loved their coconut ice cream).
2nd day: Waiting for our ride to the meeting point to start our island hopping adventure! This was one of the supersized tuk tuk!
Heading towards the speedboats and was greeted by this majestic view of the beach.
First stop was Bamboo Island! (please note the super blue water, in awe everyone??)
Cliche picture of my feet in water.
The beach was littered with corals and shells!
Thailand is full of these amazing rock formations which provides a majestic back drop against the crystal blue water.
Another cliche feet-in-the-water shot again.
Phi Phi Don, which was hit by the 2004 tsunami. The community is still rebuilding and you can see that all the buildings are relatively new.
I am itching to go back to Krabi for my 22nd birthday this year.The question I constantly ask myself is, WHY THE HELL NOT?