Krabi live webcam – Black Crab monument and Khao Khanap


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The original Krabi webcam, which allows you to see three points of interest in real time. In this case, it is not about resort villages or islands of the province, but directly about the main city of the province – Krabi Town. The first two sights are man-made and you can see them in the near plan. These are big eagles on pillars and a giant black crab on the pedestal a little further. These sculptures symbolize the abundance of Krabi province, and numerous tourists are always trying to make a selfie photos for the memory on the background of beautiful sculptures. The monument to the black crab consists of one main figure and three additional ones. In the center is a huge black crab, and around it are three smaller crab.

All figures are made of bronze, which shines in the sun in those places, which are touched for the happiness of tourists and locals. With the help of this Krabi webcam, you can see that this place is located on the city waterfront, there can be a lot of people in the evenings and weekends. After all, this is a great time for walking in Krabi Town, offering a magnificent view of the main natural attraction of the city. We are talk about the famous rocks of Khao Khanap (Khao Khanab), which are the river gate in Krabi and are located in the background of this webcam, which broadcast is provided by the Seeitlivethailand,. Unlike most other resort webcams, this webcam is located within the city limits, and even at night, thanks to good artificial lighting, you can watch what is happening on the waterfront.

Two high cliffs with a height of about 100 meters are a symbol of Krabi Town, so you can find them on numerous souvenirs from this Thai province. From the embankments of the city along the river boats periodically go to these rocks, from which you can get great photos. However, the meaning of visiting the rocks is not only this: inside there are ancient caves with rock paintings and fossil remains of ancient people. The entrance to the caves is free, so if you have free time, I recommend visiting this place. Detailed information about such a self-guided tour can be found on the page “Khao Khanap Rocks – a symbol of Krabi”. Enjoy your stay and watching this Krabi live webcam!

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