The Krabi Quick Guide | Halal Food & Ao Nang Preview | Travel Thailand | 4K

The Krabi Quick Guide | Halal Food & Ao Nang Preview | Travel Thailand | 4K

Dwight walks you through what to expect and what to avoid in Krabi, Thailand!

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All of the street food featured in this quick video guide to Krabi cost $1 or $2 per serving.

Foodie Travel Notes:

Krabitown: Lots of local restaurants for Thai Chinese, seafood, and spicy southern Thai dishes. Night market is not open very late and offerings seem average.

Ao Nang: Not as high quality as Krabitown, until you hit the outskirts. Lots of roti everywhere. Plenty of street food on main roads to be found. Small muslim walking street, but didn’t have much happening when I visited. Lots of western food, but you need to be weary of sanitation everywhere.

Railay: The food is pretty mediocre here, FYI. Go for the beaches, monkeys, rock climbing, and other adventure sports instead. Spend some time on Tonsai beach and visiting the surrounding islands.

Got questions about Krabi, Ao Nang, or halal food in Thailand? Leave them in the comments below.

About Dwight:

“Eat well, travel happy, and give back!”

Dwight is an American food writer living in Bangkok. He created the hashtag #bkkfatty and later a food blog called Bangkok Fatty encouraging people to share their tastiest food finds.

Dwight’s charity Courageous Kitchen teaches underserved children to cook. You can find out more or donate to his charity efforts at

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