Travel from Koh Kradan to Koh Muk

By direct shared speed boat the journey from Koh Kradan to Koh Muk (also known as Koh Mook) is scheduled to take 15 minutes.

Ferry Times from Koh Kradan to Koh Muk

There are currently 3 shared speed boat services a day from Koh Kradan to Koh Muk available to book online.

Koh KradanKoh MukTicketCompany
10:4511:00300 THBBundhaya Speed Boat
10:4511:00300 THBS.P.S.B.C
14:0014:15440 THBSiriLanta Speedboats

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Koh Kradan Ferry Pier

  • Services from Koh Kradan to Koh Muk depart from Koh Kradan Beach.

Google Map of Koh Kradan Beach

Koh Muk Ferry Pier

  • Services from Koh Kradan to Koh Muk terminate at Koh Muk Pier on the North East side of the island.

Google Map of Koh Muk Pier

About Travel to Koh Muk

Koh Muk is charming small island located off the West Coast of Thailand in Trang Province. Koh Muk is one of a group of 4 islands popular with tourists, primarily because of their beaches and great water quality. The other 3 islands in the group, Koh Kradan, Koh Ngai and Koh Libong, can easily be reached on day trips from Koh Muk, and out of the 4 islands Koh Muk tends to be the most popular in terms of over night accommodation. Koh Muk has the best facilities of the 4 islands, and a good range of resorts, inlcuding the luxurious Koh Mook Sivalai Beach Resort.

Koh Muk's top resort is the Koh Mook Sivalai Beach Resort
Koh Muk’s top resort is the Koh Mook Sivalai Beach Resort

Koh Muk is 4 km long by 3 km wide, with two main beaches where nearly all of the accommodation, restaurants and bars are located. The most popular, and longer, of the two beaches is Sivalai Beach on the East Coast of the island. The other popular beach is Garnet Beach, also known as Farang Beach and Charlie’s Beach, which is on the South East Coast of Koh Muk. In terms of things to see and do on Koh Muk the major attraction is Morakot Cave (Emerald Cave) which is a partially submerged sea cave that visitors can swim through to reach a secluded lagoon. There is also a viewpoint in the hilly centre of the island that visitors can walk up to.

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