By shared speed boat the journey from Koh Muk to Krabi is scheduled to take 2 hours 30 minutes.
Ferry Times from Koh Muk to Krabi
There is currently 1 shared speed boat service a day from Koh Muk to Krabi.
|14:45||17:15||1,920 THB||SiriLanta Speedboats|
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Koh Muk Ferry Pier
- Services from Koh Muk to Krabi depart Koh Muk Pier on the North East side of the island.
Krabi Ferry Pier
- Services from Koh Muk to Krabi terminate at Chao Fah Park Pier in Krabi Town.
About Travel to Krabi
The arrival point for speed boat services from Krabi, Chao Fah Park Pier, is right in the centre of Krabi Town. Krabi Town is not as popular as some of the other tourist destinations in Krabi Town, particularly Ao Nang, largely because it has no beach. Many foreign visitors pass through Krabi Town on route to somewhere else without spending time to explore the town which is a mistake because there are plently of places to visit in and around Krabi Town that make it worthwhile spending the night there. Krabi Town is also one of the most pleasant small towns in Thailand, with a population of just over 30,000 permanent residents and a picturesque riverside location.
Krabi Town has two main attractions: its riverside area and its many colourful markets. Chao Fah Park (also written in English as Chaofa Park) where the speed boat pier is located stretches along along the wide mouth of the Krabi River facing mangrove trees on the other bank. The park has sculptures, market stalls and a very pleasnat evening food market that is very popular with both locals and visitors. Krabi Town has a further 3 night markets, including a lively weekend market with live music. The most important market in Krabi Town, however, is Maharaj Market, which is the largest fresh food market in Southern Thailand. If you want to visit Maharaj Market you need to go early in morning as most of the traders pack up by 10:00.
The major tourist attraction near Krabi Town is Wat Tham Suea, which means Tiger Cave Temple. Wat Tham Suea is located 8.5 km by road to the north of Chao Fah Park Pier, Admission is free. Wat Tham Suea is a large temple with lots of buildings, however, the two main attractions are its hilltop temple with stunning views across Krabi and a series of caves with shrines from which the temple takes it name. To reach both the hilltop temple and the caves visitors need to walk and down up lots of steps.