Travel from Koh Jum to Phuket

By shared speedboat the journey from Koh Jum to Phuket is scheduled to take from 1 hour 15 minutes to 3 hours depending upon which service you take.

Ferry Times from Koh Jum to Phuket


There are currently 2 shared speedboat services a day from Koh Jum to Phuket available to book online.

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13:1514:30฿ 1,750Tigerline Travel
14:0017:00฿ 1,950Tigerline Travel

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Koh Jum Ferry Pier


  • Services from Koh Jum to Phuket depart from Koh Jum Pier which is in the South of the island.

Google Map of Koh Jum Pier

Phuket Ferry Pier


  • Services from Koh Jum Pier to Phuket terminate at Rassada Pier in the South of Phuket.

Google Map of Rassada Pier

About Travel to Phuket


The arrival point in Phuket for shared speed boat services from Koh Jum is Rassada Pier, which is 3 km by road from Phuket Town and much far to walk with luggage in the hot sun.

Travel from Rassada Pier to Phuket Town

The easiest way to get from Rassada Pier to Phuket Town is take a taxi, which is an expensive option as the fare is typically 300 to 400 THB depending upon what price you can agree with the taxi driver. Taxis in Phuket almost never charge on the meter. A cheaper alternative to taking a private taxi is to take a shared taxi. Shared taxi services to Phuket Town depart from the nearby Anuphasphuketkarn Road.

Patong Beach is a popular destination for visitors to Phuket
Patong Beach is a popular destination for visitors to Phuket
Phuket Town

Phuket Town doesn’t have a beach but it does have lots of places of historical interest as well as a good range of reasonably priced hotels. Of particular interest is Phuket’s Old Town area which features a lots of Sino-Portuguese style buildings constructed in the late 19th and early 20th Century.

During that period Phuket had a prosperous mining industry which attracted a large number of Chinese immigrants. The descendants of those early immigrants still live in the Old Town area of Phuket Town, although many of the larger old mansions in the town have been opened to tourists, such as the Chinpracha House, or turned into upmarket businesses, such as the famous Blue Elephant Restaurant.

Patong Beach

Phuket’s most popular beach, Patong Beach. is located 14 km by road to the West of Phuket Town. Regular and inexpensive shared minivan services to Patong Beach depart from Phuket Bus Terminal 1 throughout the day. Patong Beach is just under 3 km long with clean white sand and during the tourist season it’s normally safe for swimming.

Patong Town is very developed and has a very wide range of hotels, restaurants and bars. The liveliest part of the town is the infamous Walking Street, which is a 340 metre stretch of road close to the centre of Patong Beach which is lined with Go Go bars.

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