Railay is a popular place with beach goers and rock climbers. It’s a quick flight from Bangkok to Krabi, and then a taxi and boat ride to the island itself. It makes for a great long weekend getaway!
Having never been to Railay before, I thoroughly enjoyed the beach, caving and rock climbing that this funky little place provides. I was a bit hesitant about staying gluten free, but think I managed well.
My friend and I stayed at Railay Village and it was wonderful, with little villas set back from the beach in beautiful gardens. On the first night we dined on fresh grilled prawns and squid, with a side of salad and rice.The breakfasts got a bit same-y, but were fine for the weekend. As you can see, they had an omelette bar, fresh fruit and rice was always on the buffet.One night we met some other friends for dinner at their resort, however I’m not 100% sure that the green curry I ordered was gluten free. I asked for no soy or fish sauce, but I’m not always confident that the message gets received. Down Walking Street I found several kebab shops that sold big salads for 130. These were great for lunch on the beach or as a packed lunch. Good size portions!