Railay Bay Destination Marriage Packages
Railay bay is a small peninsula between the city of Krabi and Ao Nang in Thailand. It is accessible only by boat due to high limestone cliffs cutting off mainland access. These cliffs attract rock climbers from all over the world, but the area is also popular due to its beautiful beaches and quiet relaxing atmosphere. The four main areas of Railay consist of Phra Nang beach, West Railay, East Railay, and Ton Sai. Ton Sai caters to climbers and travelers and is more rustic than the glitz of West Railay and the shops and restaurants of the East Railay boardwalk.
East Railay Bay
East Railay Beach is the docking point for boats arriving from Krabi. East Beach is primarily covered in dense mangroves and is unsuitable for swimming. At the northern end of the waterfront, there is a commercial area along a boardwalk/promenade with many restaurants and bars and various services including a muay Thai school, and lower-priced resorts than in West Railay. Above, on the trail that leads to Ton Sai, is the Diamond Cave, which features a walkway into its depths. At the southern end of the boardwalk, there is access to a public trail that meanders under overhanging limestone cliffs and provides access to Phra Nang Beach
West Railay Bay
West Railay Beach, connected to the east side by paths through the large resorts or by trails through thin jungle cover, is the primary destination for beach-goers in Railay. The beach is flanked by high limestone cliffs on either side. Long-tail boats are available to hire for transport to Ao Nang, 15 minutes north of Railay. In addition, ferries departing Railay for Ko Phi Phi and points west including Phuket depart from West beach. The focal point of West Railay Beach is a short promenade (walking street) lined with restaurants and shops.
Phra Nang beach commands an enviable location on the tip of the headland looking out on the emerald expanse of the Andaman Sea. Scenic cove featuring a sandy stretch dotted with sea caves and towering limestone formations above.