Tup Island is a standout amongst the most prominent seaward islands around Krabi, and is a staple part of the agenda for most day outings from the territory. Arranged southwest of Ao Nang and between Poda Island and Chicken Island, Tup is littler than alternate islands in the archipelago it has a place with, yet its white sands and incredible snorkeling unquestionably don't baffle. Tup Island is most regularly gone by as a feature of a 'Four Islands' longboat visit from Ao Nang. The three different islands incorporate Poda Island, Chicken Island, and Mor Island, with a stop at Phra Nang Cave Beach generally included. This whole range is fantastically picturesque, with all encompassing perspectives of the Krabi coastline as its setting. At low tide, a sandbar emerges linking Tup Island with Chicken Island as well as the smaller Mor Island. This unique occurrence is commonly referred to as Talay Waek, meaning ‘divided sea’.