Travel from Koh Muk to Koh Ngai

By direct shared speedboat the journey from Koh Muk to Koh Ngai is scheduled to take 30 minutes. By ferry the journey takes 1 hour.

Ferry Times from Koh Muk to Koh Ngai


There are currently 3 shared speedboat services and 1 ferry service a day from Koh Muk to Koh Ngai.

Koh MukKoh NgaiTicketCompany
09:0010:00฿ 454Lanta Petpailin
11:0011:30฿ 350Bundhaya Speed Boat
11:0011:30฿ 350S.P.S.B.C
11:4512:15฿ 390Tigerline Travel

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Koh Muk Ferry Pier


Services from Koh Muk to Koh Ngai depart from Koh Muk Pier on the north eastern side of the island.

Google Map of Koh Muk Pier

Koh Ngai Ferry Pier


Services from Koh Muk to Koh Ngai terminate at a ferry pier near Koh Ngai Resort.

Google Map of Koh Ngai Ferry Pier

About Travel to Koh Ngai


Koh Ngai is one of a cluster of 4 islands off the West Coast of Thailand in Trang Province. The other 3 islands in this cluster are Koh Muk, Koh Libong and Koh Kradan.

Development on Koh Ngai

Koh Ngai is a small island, 4 km long by 2 km at its widest point, which is largely undeveloped. The island has clusters of resorts and a few independent restaurants and shops around 4 beaches. The interior of the island is largely undisturbed jungle. Koh Ngai has no roads and no motorised land transport.

Transport on Koh Ngai

To travel from one part of the island to another you need to either walk around the coast, follow a jungle trail or take a boat. For this reason most visitors to Koh Ngai tend to stay put near their resort for most of their visit, which is not a hardship as the beaches are very good and the water is good for swimming and snorkelling. Koh Ngai also has 3 diving companies and plenty of good dive sites nearby.

Beach in front of Koh Ngai Resort
Beach in front of Koh Ngai Resort
Hotels and Resorts on Koh Ngai

Accommodation and food in Koh Ngai are more slightly expensive than in the larger Koh Muk and a lot more expensive than on the mainland. For this reason a lot of people who visit Koh Ngai do so on day trips. Those people who pay extra to stay on Koh Ngai, or are willing to stay in less comfortable accommodation, get to enjoy the island before the day trippers arrive and after they depart in the middle of the afternoon. If you are combining a trip to Koh Ngai with a stay on Koh Muk we recommend staying only 2 nights on Koh Ngai as a day is long enough to explore the island.

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