Travel from Koh Lanta to Koh Muk

By shared speedboat the journey from Koh Lanta to Koh Muk (also known as Koh Mook) is scheduled to take around 1 hour. By ferry the journey takes nearly 2 hours.

Ferry Times from Koh Lanta to Koh Muk


There are currently 4 shared speedboat services and 1 ferry service a day from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk.

Koh LipeKoh MukTicketCompany
10:0011:45634 THBLanta Petpailin
10:3011:45890 THBTigerline Travel
10:3011:20899 THBS.P.S.B.C
10:3011:20899 THBBundhaya Speed Boat
13:0014:15890 THBTigerline Travel
  • Transfer services from your hotel in Koh Lanta to Koh Muk are also available to book online.

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Koh Lanta Ferry Pier


Shared speedboat services from Koh Lanta to Koh Muk depart from Saladan Pier on north coast of the main island in Koh Lanta.

Google Map of Saladan Pier

The Lanta Petpailin ferry service from Koh Lanta to Koh Muk departs from Koh Lanta Old Town Pier.

Koh Muk Ferry Pier


One of the arrival points for services from Koh Lanta to Koh Muk is Koh Muk Pier on the east side of the island.

Google Map of Ko Muk Pier

About Travel to Koh Muk


Koh Muk is one of 4 popular small islands located off the coast of Trang Province.

Groups of Four Islands

Koh Muk is not the most beautiful of the 4 islands (the beach on Koh Kradan is arguably better), however, Koh Muk has the best accommodation and facilities and many people choose to stay in Koh Muk overnight whilst visiting the other islands.

Beach in Koh Muk
Beach in Koh Muk
Where to Stay in Koh Muk

Koh Muk is 4 km long by 3 km wide, with two main areas where visitors stay: Sivalai Beach and Garnet Beach. Sivalai Beach is the busier area with a wider range of accommodation, bars and restaurants, including the island’s luxury resorts. Garnet Beach is smaller with fewer resorts, and has more a backpacker style atmosphere that is reminiscent of how other Thai islands, such as Koh Samui, were before mass tourism.

Emerald Cave

The other thing Koh Muk is notable for is Morakot Cave, also known as Emerald Cave. Morakot Cave is a partially submerged sea cave that you need to swim through in order to reach a small lagoon with a beach which inaccesible on foot because it is enclosed by high limestone cliffs.

Morakot Cave is a major tourist attraction and day trippers from Phuket and Koh Lanta come in large numbers during the high season. An advantage of staying overnight on Koh Muk is that you can visit the cave before the day trippers arrive in the morning and after they depart from island later in the afternoon.

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