PHOTO: Emerald Cave, Thailand. (Photo via Flickr/celebrityabc)
Planning a trip to Thailand but looking for some guidance on what to do? Fodors can point you in the right direction, with some suggestions for Southern Thailand.
Where should you start?
Well, the Sofitel Krabi has the largest swimming pool in Thailand at more than 75,000 square feet.
“The pool also has a section just for kids, a swim-up bar, and direct access via a private entrance for select ground floor suites, which allows guests to swim to the main pool from their terrace,” writes Jennifer Arnow.
Tup Island has a fun feature for beachgoers.
“At low tide, the island reveals a sand bar that connects it to a neighboring island, which you can easily walk across while experiencing the ocean lapping at your feet in two different directions,” says Arnow.
Emerald Cave is another unique spot — you have to swim through a cave to get to the hidden lagoon inside.
“Time your visit carefully, as high tide or bad weather will have you stuck waiting on the lagoon side or unable to visit completely,” recommends Arnow. http://www.travelpulse.com/