Krabi Town, Tiger Cave Temple and Night Market by Mini Van

krabi city tiger cave and night market 1Visit Krabi renowned temple, Explore Krabi Town, local eateries in the local Krabi night market
Discover one of Krabi’s top attractions on a half-day program. We first stop at Wat Tham Sua which is also known as the Tiger Cave Temple. This is a renowned spot where Buddhist monks practice meditation.
The monks live in small huts or caves in a covered cliff. This place is quiet & secluded so you can easily find it. For more challenging adventure, many would come on its own tour to climb 1,237 steps to get you to the top of the mountain. On top of this mountain you will seev the temple pagoda is housed where in you can enjoy spectacular views of Krabi town and beyond.
Continue on to Krabi town which take about 10 minutes to the famous black crab sculpture. A picturesque view can be seen from here is the Khao Khanab Nam.
Long been a landmark of Krabi, Khao Khanab Nam is a 2-mountain formation that’s roughly 100 meters tall. It is separated by the Krabi River and located at the entrance to Krabi town.
Lastly, we visit the night market. This is probably the most interesting market. It is locally known as “walking street” market. Held during the weekend and the stalls are set up with certain soi closed. This is where lovely handicrafts and various street food are best available right in town.


      • 02.00 PM pick up from hotels in Tubkaak area
      • 02.15 PM pick up from hotels in Klong Muang area
      • 02.30 PM pick up from hotels in Ao Nang area
      • 03.00 PM visit Wat Tham Sua
      • 04.45 Pm visit Krabi History Road and continue to Pu Dam and surrounding area
      • 06.00 PM visit Night Market for shopping and enjoying local eateries
      • 07.30 PM depart from night market
      • 08.00 PM back to your hotel


6 Hours program from pick up to drop off time to hotel


Round-trip transfer by AC van, Accident Insurance, Drinking water, Professional English Speaking Guide and All national park fess.(And additional 2 Language Guide on request)


Wear polite clothing for temple visit, sandal or slipper, hat or cap, sunscreen, camera, sunglasses and lite backpack

Program, timing and route can be changed according to the weather conditions.