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Ferries in Thailand

Thailand is an island country, and to get to some of the islands in Thailand you will have to take a ferry from one destination to another. One of the things that is easier to get into trouble with is arriving on ferries from destination to destination. We have collected for you the relevant information about ferries so that you don’t waste unnecessary time and you can reach your destination on time!

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Ferries in Thailand -Schedules

* Pay attention

The ferry times can be changed without prior notice, especially during the low season (May-November), it is recommended to update the latest ferry times in your hotel lobby at least one day before the transfer!

We do not sell ferry tickets, this is a ferry guide only. Tickets for the ferry can usually be bought in the hotel lobby, at local travel agencies at the destination from which you are taking the ferry, and of course at the pier itself. More information here.

Phuket (Rassada pier) – Koh Phi Phi (Ton Sai pier)
About two hours
8:30 / 11:00 / 13:30 / 13:45 / 15:00

Ko Phi Phi (Ton Sai pier) – Phuket (Rassada pier)
About two hours
9:00 / 10:00 / 14:30 / 15:30

Ton Sai – Krabi (Klong jirad pier)
About two hours
9:00 / 10:00 / 13:30 / 15:00

Krabi (klong jirad) – Koh Phi Phi (Ton Sai)
About two hours
9:00 / 9:30 / 10:30 / 13:30 / 15:00

Koh Samui Big Buddha – Koh Phangan Hadrin
(45 minutes)
10:30 / 17:00

Koh Samui Seatran – Koh Phangan Tongsala
(45 minutes)
9:30 / 14:30

Koh Phangan – Koh Samui Big Buddha
(45 minutes)
9:30 / 16:00

Koh Phangan – Koh Samui Bangrek
(45 minutes)
10:30 / 16:00

Speed boat Transportation

Note that in addition to the large ferry, you can go from island to island by speed boat services (small racing boats). Speedboat services are provided by various companies and can be checked at local travel agencies and hotels. The speedboat prices are more expensive than the ferry service and you can also go privately from island to island with the speedboat services.

As part of the speedboat services, you can go to the full moon party in Koh Phangan in the late hours from Koh Samui and back to Koh Phangan. Of course, you can also transfer to smaller destinations where the ferries do not operate regularly, such as a transfer from Ko Phi Phi to Ko Yao Yai or Ko Yao Noi, as well as a transfer from Koh Yao Yai to destinations such as Krabi and Phuket.

Ferries in Thailand-FAQ

It can be purchased in the hotel lobby or at any local travel agency at the destination and of course at the pier itself.

The ferries in Thailand are mostly government controlled and safe, there been only very few accidents in the past few years.

The ferry crew knows when to leave and when not to, of course if the weather in Thailand is too stormy then the ferry is cancelled.

Absolutely, you can contact us about ferries in Thailand or about any other subject related to Thailand.

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