A great way to travel from Bangkok to Koh Lipe is to take an overnight train from Bangkok to Trang and then take a joint minivan and ferry service straight from Trang Train Station to Koh Lipe. Trains to Trang depart from Bangkok’s main train station, Hua Lamphong, which you reach by taking the MRT, Bangkok’s metro service.
Train times from Bangkok to Trang
There are two daily train services from Bangkok to Trang, although you really need to take the earlier Train #83 to make it in time for a same day connection to Koh Lipe.
Travel times from Trang to Koh Lipe
There are two departure points for the daily direct service from Trang to Koh Lipe: Trang Airport or Trang Train Station. As an alternative to taking a train from Bangkok to Trang you could choose to fly from Bangkok to Trang.
|Departure Point||Trang||Koh Lipe||Ticket|
|Trang Train Station||08:30||13:30||650 THB|
|Trang Airport||09:30||13:30||750 THB|
- This joint minivan and speedboat service is operated by the Jolly Travel Company.
- The ticket price does not include the 200 THB per person entrance fee to the National Park or the the 50 THB fee payable on arrival at Koh Lipe to take you from the floating platform where the speedboat arrives by longtail to Koh Lipe Pier.
Buy Tickets to Koh Lipe
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Location of Trang Train Station
Location of Trang Airport
Koh Lipe to Langkawi
Both ferry and speedboat services from Thailand to Langkawi depart frequently during the tourist season. Speedboat services depart from Pattaya Beach, whilst the larger ferries depart from the floating pier moored off Pattaya Beach.
There are five departures a day from Koh Lipe to Langkawi during the holiday season, with services stopping during the rainy season:
- Travel Companies: The ferry services are operated by Tigerline Travel, and the speedboat services are operated by Satun Pakbara Speed Boat Club and Bundhaya Speed Boat.
- Departure and Arrival Times: Departure times in Thailand time and arrival times are in Malaysian time which is 1 hour ahead of Thailand time.