By shared speedboat the journey from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk (also known as Koh Mook) is scheduled to take from 2 to 3 hours depending upon which service you take. At the moment all services from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk are shared speedboat services.
Ferry Times from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk
There are currently 3 shared speedboat services a day from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk, all departing at the same time.
|Koh Lipe||Koh Muk||Ticket||Company|
|09:00||11:45||1,349 THB||Tigerline Travel|
|09:00||11:00||1,400 THB||Bundhaya Speed Boat|
Buy Tickets from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk
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We recommend printing your electronic ticket out before you get to the ferry pier to present to the transport operator.
Koh Lipe Ferry Pier
During the high season serices from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk depart from Pattaya Beach. In the low season, however, services depart from Sunrise Beach on the other side of the island.
Koh Muk Ferry Pier
One of the arrival points for services from Koh Lipe to Koh Muk is Koh Pier on the east side of the island.
About Travel to Koh Muk
Koh Muk is a small island, measuring 4 km by 3 km at its widest point. The island has few inhabitants, and not so many tourists make it to Koh Muk even though it is located only 3 km from the mainland.
Small Tropical Island
For many visitors Koh Muk is a picture perfect example of what a small tropical island should look like. Koh Muk has only one significant settlement and the interior of the island is heavily forested with a small hill in the centre. What makes Koh Muk even more idyllic is that it is one of a cluster of 4 similar islands. The other 3 islands can be visited easily on a day trip from Koh Muk.
Koh Muk has two main areas where tourists come to stay to stay. The most popular area is along Sivalai Beach, which is on the east coast of the island just to the south of the main ferry pier and the main town on the island. Sivalai Beach has the island’s most luxurious accommodation, as well as cheaper accommodation, and the widest range of bars and restaurants.
The other slightly less popular part of the island is on the other coast near Garnet Beach, which is also known as Farang Beach. Garnet Beach is relatively small and has more of a backpacker vibe to it. Garnet Beach is also close to the Emerald Cave. The Emerald Cave is Koh Muk’s major tourist tourist attraction. During low tide it’s possible to swim from a boat through a sea cave to Emerald Cave which features a small beach enclosed on all 4 sides by limestone cliffs.