Tub island (also spelled Koh Tup, Koh Tub or Koh Thap) and Koh Mor are two tiny islands that belong to the Mu Koh Poda group. Located approximately nine kilometres from Ao Nang, it takes about 30 minutes to reach them by long-tail boat from the prime resort towns in Krabi Province Kai island (sometimes spelled Koh Gai or Koh Khai and meaning ‘Chicken Island’ in Thai), is also called Koh Hua Khawan or Koh Poda Nok. It is a small island belonging to the Poda group of islands located about eight kilometres from Ao Nang in the province of Krabi. Koh Kai takes its name from the chicken-shaped rock forming its southern tip Poda island is one the most popular islands in Krabi archipelago. Located just six kilometres offshore from Ao Nang, it roughly takes 25 minutes to get there by long-tail boat. The price for a return ticket is about 300 baht per person; note that if you travel alone, you will have to wait for the long-tail boat to be full according to its capacity before you set off. The cave, on the east side of the Railay Bay is famous for its wonderful stalactites and stalagmites. Since ancient times, Phra Nang (Princess) Cave has been where fishermen, before going out to sea, have made offerings to the symbolic Phallus of Shiva (known as the Siwaleung or Palad Khik in Thai).
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Pick up from hotel
Depart from Nopparat Thara pier.
Depart from Railay beach by speedboat
Tub island : Relaxing the white sandy linkage between Tub Island and Chicken island when low tide.
Chicken island : Enjoy swimming & snorkeling among coral reef and fishes. – Lunch Time at chicken island
Poda island : Lovely white sandy beach ideal for relaxing, sunbathing and swimming.
Pranang cave : Visit Pranang cave to learn the history which is the sacred image for the local people.
Back to the pier and transfer back to hotel.