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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Koh Kood Ferry Port

  • Koh Kood Accommodation

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Koh Kood Ferry Services

Koh Kood Guide

Koh Kood Ferry Port

With the vast majority of Thailand’s islands becoming a hotbed for tourists, Koh Kood Port is found on the coast of an island largely untouched by western travellers. For those that prefer to spend their holiday time engaged in tranquility, surrounded by stunning beaches and gorgeous landscapes, Koh Kood is the idyllic setting. The only way onto the island is by a boat from the mainland; the remote location and limited travel to the island are the primary reasons for its peaceful vibe and that looks set to continue for the foreseeable future. The port of Koh Kood is mainly used as a gateway to the Thailand mainland, with an average of two crossings provided per day. Considering it is the only form of transport away from the island, it’s important to the residents and tourists that the ferry runs fairly frequently, allowing passengers the chance to explore livelier areas of Thailand. The ferry route is provided by the high speed express boats belonging to Boonsiri High Speed Ferries, though the times and duration of the crossings can vary from season to season. There is limited transport around the island, in keep with the quiet, simplistic nature, so getting around the place can prove tricky. Most visitors tend to rely on taxis because of the lack of public transport, though most resorts will book a taxi for their customers.

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