Krabi Resort
Address: 232 Moo 2, Tambol Ao-Nang, Amphur Muang, Krabi, Thailand
Tel: +66 75 637030-5
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Timber House Resort
Address: 157 Moo 2, Ao-Nang Beach, Amphur Muang, Krabi, Thailand
Tel: +66 75 637 049
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How to get to Krabi


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#The trip takes around 1.20 hours.

How to get to the venue

From Krabi airport:

1.Airport bus (150 BTH)
The cheapest way to get from Krabi Airport to the resort nearby the venue (Ao Nang) is the airport bus, you can find the ticket booth on the right-hand side of the arrival hall in both A and B terminals. They leave 8-10 times daily between 8 AM-8 PM.

2.Taxi (500 BTH)
The taxi from Krabi airport to the venue (Ao Nang) is 500 baht (1-4 passengers).

3.Car rental
International firms such as National, Avis, Hertz, Sixt and Budget have booths in the arrival hall of both terminal buildings. You can pre-book online for better rates.

4.Pre-paid transportation from the hotel & Getting back to the airport
Krabi Resort and Timber House Resort offer private transfer service with full range of transport options, vans, minibuses, coaches. Their service covers all destinations within Thailand. Book directly for comfortable transport options provided by their friendly staff.

Thai Customs

Wai is the politest way of greeting, thanking or saying goodbye in Thailand. To do a Wai, press your palms together at chest level and bow your head slightly.

Head & Feet
Based on Thai beliefs, the head is the most valued part of the body, while the feet are the least. Touching someone’s head is highly impolite, and be aware that pointing or pushing things around with your feet is extremely rude in Thailand.

Forms of Address
Even though it is still polite to address to people using their names and surnames in international contexts, you might hear some different forms of address while you are in Thailand. In Thai, there are three respectful forms of address: P’, Nong and Khun.

  • P’ is used when the person to whom we address is older than us.
  • Nong is used when the person is younger.
  • Khun is a neutral, but respectful form of address.

What to Wear in Temples
Most temples in Thailand have signs telling visitors how to dress appropriately in religious places – shoulders and knees should be covered. In case your attire is not proper, you may find local stalls selling scarves and pants to visitors.