Krabi flight information

 

From Bangkok to Krabi
FD: Air Asia
TG: Thai Airways
Days: Daily

Flights 

Dep. 

Arr. 

TG24108.00 09.20 
FD316310.4011.55
TG24513.30 14.50
FD316513.5015.10
TG24916.5018.10
FD316717.0518.20

 

Flrom Krabi to Bangkok
FD: Air Asia
TG: Thai Airways
Days: Daily

Flights 

Dep. 

Arr. 

FD316310.4011.55 
TG24211.1012.30
FD316412.2513.45
TG24615.4017.00
FD316818.5020.10
TG25019.0020.20

 

From Singapore to Krabi
TR:
Tiger Airways
4 flights weekly
(Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun)
14.10pm -TR182

 

From Krabi to Singapore
TR:
Tiger Airways
4 flights weekly
(Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun)
15.20pm - TR183

 

 

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PM Yingluck pledges splurge on developing south of Thailand PDF Print E-mail

PM YingluckPrime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on September 15 named Patong Beach, Old Phuket Town and Promthep Cape as three Andaman tourist attractions to receive "emergency budget" support.

Also on the list to receive special attention were Phi Phi Island and Ao Nang, both in Krabi province, to make them more "tourist friendly" ahead of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) coming into effect in 2015.

"We have a plan to develop 29 top tourism destinations throughout Thailand. There are five such destinations in the Andaman region included in the plan: Patong Beach, Old Phuket Town, Promthep Cape, Phi Phi Island and Ao Nang Beach, "PM Yingluck told guests at a dinner talk organized by the Krabi Provincial Office and Matichon Group.

With about 14.3 million tourists having already visited the Kingdom this year, PM Yingluck expects the Thai tourism industry to be making about 2 trillion baht a year by the year 2015.

The jump in expected revenue relies heavily on the hopes that the AEC will bolster Thailand's tourism industry. "We now have to develop an effective marketing strategy that will allow us to maintain our existing markets, while also drawing in new markets.


Kritsada Mueanhawong
Pheket Gazette

 
Krabi Looks Forward to a Breath of Fresh Care PDF Print E-mail

A brand new, state-of-the art, private Krabi hospital is nearing completion and due to welcome its first patients in 2012.

Krabi International Hospital


Lucky Krabi residents will soon be able to take advantage of superior health care facilities, when the long-awaited Krabi Nakharin International Hospital finally opens its doors in the second quarter of 2012.

This much needed international hospital will offer cutting-edge medical treatment and, with one hundred beds in its modern, six story building, the capability to house a large number of inpatients. Visiting hours should prove stress free too, thanks to a generous provision of on-site parking, for up to one hundred cars. Although subject to some initial delays, the construction of the sleek, new building (which is being project managed by well known Thai developers, Krabinakharin Ltd), is now in the final stages. Located on Pisalpop Road at T.Paknum, Krabi, it is destined to become a prominent and familiar Krabi landmark.

‘Krabi is currently undergoing rapid economic growth and marked expansion, which in turn is being supported by a number of high profile development projects. These include the prestigious Port Takola Marina, the impressive Royal Krabi Marina, a number of select Krabi villas, hotels and resorts and now the imposing Krabi Nakharin International Hospital’, states Ton Loriers, managing director of Ton Company Ltd, the premier architecture and construction company in Krabi. The local Krabi community will benefit significantly from the superlative care, equipment and resources that this first class facility is expected to provide.

 
Ten for Ton PDF Print E-mail

Ton CompanyOn the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the founding of Ton Company Ltd, we talk to the managing director, Pierre-Yves Loriers, a.k.a. Ton, about the company’s origins and vision 

“I arrived in Krabi in January 2000. Previously, I had only visited Thailand on a 10 day trip to Bangkok and Phuket. My preference at the time was for Vietnam, where I had plans to start a villa operation (Ton has a business school and service industry background, working for 12 years in The Peninsula Beverley Hills, a luxury hotel in Los Angeles), but after a month there I decided to explore other areas in the region.

Last Updated ( Friday, 17 December 2010 11:10 )
 
Tropical living at its best PDF Print E-mail

Ton Company is proud to introduce the latest villa in their rental portfolio,
Baan Zoe

Baan Zoe

Vacation rentals are increasing in popularity all the time; and Krabi Villas by Ton Company Ltd is pioneering the trend towards serviced homes in the Krabi region. 

As well as designing and building pool villas, Ton Company also markets and manages six luxury properties, all offering their well-known brand of service. In addition to the high level facilities already in each villa, all guests benefit from a complimentary transport service around the local area, as well as to and from the airport; and an on-call personal assistant who can arrange anything from a Thai chef to in-house massages, as well as day trips and excursions. 

Last Updated ( Friday, 17 December 2010 11:11 )

 
From Rocky Hillside to 5 Star Luxury PDF Print E-mail

Koh Lanta VillasThe design and construction of Baan Kantiang See, a unique villa-only family resort in Koh Lanta, is Ton Company’s biggest project to date. Here, Pierre-Yves Loriers (Ton), the managing director, explains some of the challenges involved and how they were overcome to create this beautiful new holiday complex. 


“Our clients approached us in April 2007. After two years of searching for the perfect piece of land, they had finally found their ideal spot: nearly 6.5 rai on a steep hillside overlooking the breathtaking Kantiang Bay in the south of Koh Lanta. They wanted to create a family-friendly, villa-only resort, with large individual units and a central pool – all with panoramic sea views. They had a clear concept of what was required: it was then up to us to transform that into reality.”

http://www.villalanta.com

Last Updated ( Friday, 17 December 2010 14:39 )
 
Tiger Airways to Resume Krabi Flights PDF Print E-mail

Tiger Airways is to resume operations to Thailand’s paradise resort of Krabi four times a week with effect from the end of October this year.


Ticket sales have started with fares from just Sin$20 (one way, excluding taxes and charges) for travel from 25 October 2005 onwards.


Krabi is the airline’s third destination in Thailand and represents the fifth new destination launched by Tiger Airways in 2009, bringing the Tiger Airways network to 37 routes across Asia Pacific.

 
Last Updated ( Friday, 17 December 2010 11:20 )

 
On the move PDF Print E-mail

Project Manager
Ton Company are very proud to introduce Miss Thitima Boonserm as their new "Senior Project Manager."

She comes with 14 years of professional work experience in architecture and construction. Originally from Krabi she received a Bachelor Degree in Landscape Architecture from the prestigious
Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok in 1992 and started her career with top rated firm Architects 49 in Bangkok.

Last Updated ( Friday, 17 December 2010 11:15 )

 
Nok Air to Provide a New Service Between Bangkok and Krabi PDF Print E-mail

Thailand has a thriving tourism industry, and efficient transport links are crucial for ensuring the smooth transportation of thousands of tourists every year. With the recent announcement that Nok Air will launch a new domestic service between Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport and Krabi, it seems that travelling within Thailand is set to become easier than ever. Nok Air’s announcement is particularly good news for passengers because the company aims to be the leading high-value airline in both Thailand and Asia. Indeed, by keeping its fares low, Nok Air seeks to provide affordable travel, whilst still offering the warm hospitality for which Thailand is so famous.

The company has been trading since 2004, so it is a well established player in the airline industry, and it now serves more domestic routes in Thailand than any other airline. Nok Air’s branding is also straightforward and well-known in Thailand. The company’s name is derived from the Thai word ‘nok’, which means ‘bird’, and this symbolizes the freedom and independence that is made possible by air travel. The company has also been very astute in choosing yellow as its corporate colour, as this represents warmth and friendship in Thai culture.

 

 
Planing for retirement PDF Print E-mail

Your “rainy day” savings can be put to work in the sunny climes of Krabi Retirement in a warm climate is a dream for many: with so much leisure time, it makes sense to choose a place where much of the day can be spent outdoors on activities such as gardening or golf. Even reading a book is more pleasurable when lounging on a sunny, flower-filled terrace. 

Krabi is a growing retirement destination, as fast developing infrastructure makes this already incredibly beautiful and friendly area a viable option for those seeking the benefits of the climate and culture without sacrificing comfort and convenience.

 
Thailand extends tourist visa fee exemption PDF Print E-mail

BANGKOK: -- The Royal Thai Government has extended the tourist visa fee exemption scheme that had expired in March 2010. As a result of the decision, foreign citizens that qualify for a tourist visa are not subjected to a visa fee. The exemption scheme will be in effect from 11 May 2010 until 31 March 2011 (the fee exemption is not extended to other types of visas).

For further information please contact the Consular Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand (662-981-7171)or the Royal Thai Missions or visit Visas and Travel Documents webpage.
 

Last Updated ( Friday, 30 September 2011 17:07 )
 
Thailand second best-value destination PDF Print E-mail

Iceland and London are among the world's best-value destinations thanks to the economic crisis, travel guide firm Lonely Planet said Tuesday, while Thailand remains tough to beat.

South Africa, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Bulgaria, Kenya and Las Vegas in Nevada rounded out the top 10, said the British-based company in its "Best In Travel 2010" guide.

The annual snapshot book captures "the world's hottest travel trends, destinations, journeys and experiences for the year ahead," Lonely Planet said.

The economic collapse in Iceland meant the island was no longer punitively expensive, said the guide, putting the beleaguered country at the top of its best-value list.

 
Is Krabi the best place to build your dream house? PDF Print E-mail

Krabi may be a perfect holiday destination, but what kind of place is it to live in?

Thailand is a beautiful country with many beach destinations – Hua Hin, Pattaya, Phuket, Koh Samui – all of which have established tourist infrastructure, as well large expat communities. So, if you are considering building a house in the kingdom, you may ask why you should even add Krabi to that illustrious list. What’s so special about this place?

It’s a good question, which previous visitors to the region will tell you has one obvious answer, one that can be discovered the moment you land in the airport. Krabi Province quite simply has one of the most striking landscapes in southeast Asia. The impressive karsts cliffs can be seen at every turn, while offshore, more than 130 islands – several of which are inhabited – offer white sand beaches and clear emerald waters.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 November 2011 17:34 )

 
Top 10 Thai Food PDF Print E-mail
Have you ever tried Thai food? Do you like it? Thai food is one of the things that every foreigner should try when they come to Thailand. Not long ago, the Office of the National Culture Commission announced the top ten Thai dishes best liked by foreigners. In cooperation with the Ministry of Foreigner Affairs, the Office had conducted a survey of Thai restaurants all over the world to find out ten favourite Thai dishes of foreigners. In the survey 1,000 Thai restaurant around the world were asked to fill in a questionnaire. However, only 500 restaurants which have Thai chefs and offer the authentic Thai food were qualified for being taken into consideration.
Last Updated ( Friday, 30 September 2011 17:09 )