The province of Krabi has a vast variety of unique Buddhist and Chinese temples. Our website offers detailed descriptions of the most most beautiful and often visited holy shrines as accompanied with the location links.
This temple complex is believed to be the most tremendous and beautiful amongst numerous Buddhist relics of Krabi.
Wat Kaew Korawaram otherwise called the White Temple is a large temple complex situated in the centre of Krabi Town. The very snow white main building, Buddha statues, old cementary, small lake and monk’s quarters are all worth seeing.
Wat Sai Thai is an ancient Buddhist temple on the way from Ao Nang to Krabi Town. The large reclining Buddha grasps every tourist’s attention in the first place.
Although this gigantic temple and monastery compound site is still under development, you can feel that special atmosphere inherent to Buddhist relics. The spirirt of serenity and peacefulness is conveyed through marvellous sceneries, findamental statues as well as buildings and structures extending upwards to touch the clouds.
Newly built in 2015, this temple rests on the top of the hill offering marvellous Ao Nang views.
This Buddhist monastery is not widely known, especially among tourists. This, and its location deep in the forest, make it a very tranquil and quiet place.
It’s actually a small Buddhist shrine rather than a temple, situated at the base of the karst cave in the jungle. Nearby, there’s a crystal lake that can lead you to the depths of underwater caves. This place is very peaceful and quiet. It is very unlikely that you’ll encounter anyone else there.
Reclining Buddha that glows in the sun against limestone karst cliffs covered in beautiful green vegetation is the embodiment of the very central idea of Buddhism – serene, mindful, and unhasting contemplation.
This golden Buddha road-side temple offers a remarkable view opening from its top.
This ancient Buddhist temple was built inside the mountain cave. Make sure you have some treats for the local residents, countless monkey families, who entertain visitors by playing around and begging for food.
This Buddhist temple resting against the background of a high mountain comprises a lovely small pond with black Buddha in the center and numerous fantasy statues around.
Tham Ta Pan Bureau of Monks comprises the Sin Park, the monastery with monks living and working there, and the temple in the huge cave. To get to the Sin Park with horror hell scenes, one needs to cross the passage inside the enormous dragon-shaped structure.
This distant Buddhist temple has been built far from crowded places. Deafening silence reigns in here. Serenity is seldom broken by monkey noises. The low and narrow passage in the cliff wall is the only access point to the temple grounds.
Is a tremendous temple compound. The site accommodates multiple standalone buildings each featuring unique design and structure. The most remarkable building is the huge swan-shaped temple resting in the middle of the man-made pond. This place will saturate you with tranquil and serene spirit.
Not far from the Rat Upatham Temple, there’s another temple site called Pra Mahathat Chedi Puttham Ban Lue. Resting on the top of the high mountain, the temple offers amazingly picturesque views. The sceneries are capable of melting the coldest of hearts.
This Christian church is a masterpiece of religious fusion seamlessly fit into the scenery of a tropical jungle. Combining the features of both Thai architectural style and Christian traditions, this Church is the symbol of Thailand’s tolerance and respect to any differences.