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Climbing has been limited

🅿️ LOCATIONS: In this topo, the 🅿️ signs indicate starting points for boats or trails. Refer to the map and click on the 🅿️ to reach your destination. **How to Get to Ao Nang from Major Cities by Air ... Read more

We like Tonsai

"You can checkout, But you can never leave." -Simon Downing
Best relaxed holiday destination ever. too hot and humid for climbing well, but who cares :P with such amazing beaches and cheap living, it can be very easy to extend your visit
Cheap to live and a lot to climb! Relaxing atmosphere. Usually very crowded in Dec-Mar. Sadly many amazing routes are already very polished. You can climb here even if it rains because many routes locate under overhanging roofs. You can access Railay's climbs from Ton Sai via jungle path (20 mins of sweaty slog), via shortcut when low tide, or by longtail boat (50-300 bahts/person depending on how many people comes with you).

Activities on this crag


Climbing has been limited!

🅿️ LOCATIONS: In this topo, the 🅿️ signs indicate starting points for boats or trails. Refer to the map and click on the 🅿️ to reach your destination.

**How to Get to Ao Nang from Major Cities by Air and Bus:**

1. 📍 From BANGKOK:
- ✈️ From Bangkok's airports (Suvarnabhumi or Don Mueang), book a direct flight to Krabi International Airport (KBV). Multiple airlines offer direct flights, taking approximately 1-1.5 hours.
- 🚌 Alternatively, you can take an overnight or tourist bus from Bangkok to Ao Nang. The bus journey lasts about 10-12 hours, so booking an overnight bus is recommended.

2. 📍 From PHUKET:
- ✈️ From Phuket International Airport (HKT), book a direct flight to Krabi Airport (KBV), with a flight time of 1-1.5 hours.
- 🚌 Alternatively, you can take a bus or minivan from Phuket to Ao Nang, a journey of approximately 2-3 hours.

**How to Get from Krabi to Ao Nang:**

- Upon arriving at Krabi Airport or Krabi's bus station, consider these transportation options:
- Take a taxi.
- Use a shared shuttle service.
- Rent a car or scooter.
- Utilize public buses.

**How to Take a Boat to Reach Tonsai from Ao Nang:**

- ⛴️ To reach Tonsai from Ao Nang by boat:
1. - Head to the main pier in Ao Nang, marked as the 🅿️ on the 27Crags Map.
2. - Purchase a boat ticket from local agencies or at the pier.
3. - Board a boat to Tonsai.


- Tonsai Wall: 1 Minute
- Dum's Kitchen: 5 Minutes
- Tyrolean Wall: 10 Minutes
- Tiger Wall: 10 Minutes
- Eagle Wall: 25 Minutes
- Cobra Wall: 20 Minutes
- Melting Wall: 30 Minutes
- Fire Wall: 15 Minutes
- Cat Wall: 15 Minutes
- Lost Wall: 15 Minutes
- Monkey World: 30 Minutes
- Tom's Cave & 4:20 Wall: 35 Minutes
- The Nest: 30 Minutes
- Marley Wall: 45 Minutes
- Generator Wall: 20 Minutes
- Gibbon Wall: 30 Minutes
- Resort Cave: 5 Minutes
- Ao Nang Tower: 10 Minutes (By Boat)

🚶🏻CHECK the GPS trails on the MAP.
The cliff approaches are divided into two sections: left and right from the boat landing point. To the right are Tonsai Roof and Wall cliffs. Walk about a hundred meters to reach Dum's Kitchen, Tyrolean Wall, and continue up to Tiger Wall.
On the left side, you'll find Cobra Wall, accessible via a short trail. During low tide, you can walk to Eagle Wall cliffs.
For Cat Wall, Monitor Wall, Fire Wall, The Nest, and Lost Wall, there's a single inland path with short sides approaches.
From 'The Nest', walk left through a small tunnel and scramble up some boulders for 4:20 & Tom' Cave.
Resort Cave is easily reached by walking into the resort at the beach, until you reach bungalow 222.
To Generator Wall, head to Garden View, climb the staircase, and continue into the jungle at the end of the cement road.
For Gibbons Roof, walk along the road near Garden View Resort, continue straight, reach a plateau after descending, after 50 meters turn right on the trail to the cliff.
Ao Nang Tower, is only reachable by boat from Ao Nang.