Baan ZoeThe villa itself has three bedrooms plus a maid’s room; the master suite features a large dressing area and outdoor spa style bathroom. There are four bathrooms in total in the main house; plus another in the one bedroom guest bungalow. The villa décor is a stylish mix of East and West, filled wi See more details
Baan MalisaChic and contemporary, Baan Malisa is part of Ton Company’s “Luxury Collection”. The two bedroom, 190sqm holiday home is a stunning example of modern Thai design and architecture, as well as being beautifully appointed and impeccably maintained.The master suite in particular makes Baan Malis See more details
Baan SantiThis peaceful retreat exudes calm and cool in its modern, spacious interior (288 sqm) and full length terrace overlooking a beautiful pool and extensive gardens (3200 sqm).Baan Santi comprises three double bedrooms, plus two single sofa beds in an air-conditioned living area. Two of the bedrooms off See more details
Baan OrientalA stunning 340sqm Mediterranean-style villa, Baan Oriental villa features double height ceilings and large, open plan living areas to allow friends and families to enjoy cooking, dining and relaxing together, both in and outdoors by the private swimming pool with Jacuzzi. Air conditioning is provide See more details
Baan SankarBaan Sankar is a small home, ideal for families who require more space than a hotel, but whose budget does not stretch to a villa. Located in a quiet side street of Ao Nang Village, it is less than 1.5km to the bustling beach front and glittering Andaman Sea. The walk down to the beach is lined with See more details
Breda BeachThis unique Krabi villa with sea view is a gem for those seeking an experience of the real Thailand. Baan Breda is a two-storey, 484sqm property, with a 20m full length lap pool, set in 1600sqm of well tended gardens. With the Andaman Sea only a few metres away, all three bedrooms offer a glimpse of See more details
Krabi is one of the top tourist destinations in Thailand, thanks to the countless visitors who flock to enjoy to the breathtaking scenery, stunning coastline, charming fishing villages, picture perfect islands and an array of National Parks. It is hardly surprising that Krabi is often dubbed a ‘tourists paradise’! There is so much to explore, that every visitor leaves with a lifetime’s supply of colorful memories. Home to the Diamond Cave on Railay beach, with its community of bats and a curious display of stalactites and stalagmites, and the Klong Thom Hot Springs, found in the lush forests of the Khoa Phra Bang Khram Natural Reserve, Krabi boasts some of Thailand’s best known tourist attractions.
Ao Nang is the main tourist hub in the Krabi area, with a more international flavor than the traditional Krabi town. Situated only 20 km from Krabi, it has been flourishing in recent months with the arrival of large, up-market resorts to complement the more humble backpacker style accommodations it has been well known for.
Ao Nang is very easy to navigate through; it consists of 3 roads in a ‘U’ shape off of Route 4034 from Krabi. Approaching from the Krabi area, the road becomes busy with street vendors selling all sorts of delicious food – you know you’re getting close when you can smell BBQ chicken! Dive shops and motorcycle rental places announce your arrival to the beach road, where it all happens. Most restaurants, bars and shops operate on this strip and you will find ATMs and tuk tuks every few meters. There are also a few pharmacies here that can dispense the usual remedies as well as some prescription busiest roads in Ao Nang so please take care when crossing over. Be advised that the zebra crossings you see are rarely acknowledged, so don’t assume that traffic will stop for you as soon as you start to cross on them.
Longtail boats to pretty much anywhere you like to leave from here also. You will find prominent booths at either and of the road where you can buy your tickets to Railay, Poda, Hong, etc for a fixed price – no more haggling with the driver! The long tail boat drivers wait until they have enough people to fill their boat before leaving, so be prepared fo a wait if things are quiet. In theory they should only take 8 people at a time, but sometimes this can be more. In high season, they leave fairly regularly.