I visited Krabi in 2012, when I found the islands a little too touristy (with the exception of Koh Lanta). This time around, I wanted to see some of the beaches that people rave about that I never made it to, like Tonsai and Railay. While I wasn’t too impressed with these two beaches to be honest, I loved the dreamy island of Koh Poda, where a long stretch of powdery sand won me over and I couldn’t get enough of the warm, shallow and crystal clear water. I could have spent an entire week on this tiny island, completely off the grid, and even though I read somewhere that there was one resort on the island, I never saw it. Other than a litte kiosk there was nothing on the island – just this glorious beach and some island hoppers.
I finally found a true beach paradise in Thailand – I couldn’t have asked for a better place to end my beach hopping tour around South East Asia! After months of island hopping in the Philippines, beach sunsets, lazy beach days in Thailand and Cambodia, I’ve got only a couple of more stops before I am leaving this part of the world… I have to admit that I am not ready at all, but if everything goes according to plan, I will be back later this year. Expect a full post on Koh Poda soon.