Railay is the most famous, beautiful and the most visited place in the province of Krabi. It is a peninsula separated from the rest of the world’s monumental 200-meter cliffs. In addition to the amazing beauty of the rocks and the ethereal beauty of landscapes Reilly is renowned for its beaches, which are on the peninsula, there are four: Railay West, Phra Nang, Ton Sai and Railay East. There are different opinions as to which of the four beaches Reilly is the most impressive. But usually all agree that the championship is owned by the beach Phra Nang, and the second place is Railay West beach.
Comparing these two beaches should be noted that Railay West is more extended, broader and more homely of both, there are quite numerous bars, hotels and restaurants located. And this distinguishes it from the more modest in size beach Phra Nang, where there is nothing, except one, surprisingly expensive, hotel Rayavadee Resort. Speaking about the title Railay beach we should notice that it is used in two senses: a wide, as the name of the peninsula, and a narrow, like the name of a particular beach. Generally, we mean Railay West, which is uniquely beautiful and more impressive than its eastern counterpart nondescript.
Railay beach is really worth it to be noted particularly. Wide, with fine white sand and emerald water; habitable, but not overcrowded; it is surrounded by huge rocks, but it is always exposed to the sun’s rays. These are just a few things that can be said about the beach. And yet, we can add that this is one of the most beautiful places in Thailand and the beach, which can pretend to be considered one of the best beaches in the world. Railay beach, in fact, in spite of all its popularity, not particularly crowded. Opposite the beach there are only 4 hotels, and even with a dozen hotels surrounding beaches Railay East and Ton Sai, their guests not enough to make a wide and lengths (600 meters) beach in some sort of Patong, where vacationers are languishing as the herring in bank. It is not difficult to guess, Reilly did not refer to the number of particularly cheap places, however, local prices cannot be called too exorbitant.