Famous with rock climbers, the limestone cliffs around Tonsai and Railay Beaches are stunning, and the nearby Phra Nang Beach is gorgeous. I enjoyed a short walk up and over the ridge, through the jungle, to go between Tonsai and Railay. Tonsai is cheaper and more of a backpacker scene, while Railay is more of resort tourism. Both have beginner to advanced climbing, with equipment and training provided. I stayed at Andaman Resort (just a simple wooden bungalow with bathroom) for 400 baht a night, on Tonsai Beach.
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