By shared speed boat the journey from Koh Ngai to Koh Muk is scheduled to take around 30 minutes.
Ferry Times from Koh Ngai to Koh Muk
There are currently 3 shared speed boat services a day from Koh Ngai to Koh Muk.
|Koh Ngai||Koh Muk||Ticket||Company|
|11:10||11:40||350 THB||Bundhaya Speed Boat|
|13:45||14:15||440 THB||SiriLanta Speedboats|
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Koh Ngai Ferry Pier
- Services from Koh Ngai to Koh Muk depart from a ferry pier near Koh Ngai Resort.
Koh Muk Ferry Pier
- Services from Koh Ngai to Koh Muk terminate at Koh Muk Pier on the North East cost of the Koh Muk.
About Travel to Koh Muk
Koh Muk is one of a cluster of 4 popular islands off the coast of Trang Province in South West Thailand. The other 3 islands in the cluster are Koh Ngai, Koh Libong and Koh Kradan. Many visitors to this island group choose to stay on Koh Muk while visiting other islands by local boat services on day trips. The reason why Koh Muk is the most popular of the 4 islands to stay overnight is that it has the best facilities. Koh Muk has a good range of restaurants, bars and resorts, including the luxurious Sivalai Beach Resort, which is located at the far end of a narrow peninsula and surrounded by white sand beach on three sides.
Koh Muk itself is a very small island, 4 km across by 3 km at its widest point. Koh Muk has two main beaches, and these are where the vast majority of the island’s resorts and guesthouses are located. The longest and most popular beach is Sivalai Beach, which is located on the East coast of the island just to the South of the island’s ferry pier and only town. The other beach, known by several different names including Garnet Beach, Farang Beach and Charlie’s Beach, is on the other side of the island and is only 400 metres long.
Koh Muk’s major tourist attraction is Morakot Cave, also known as the Emerald Cave. This is a partially submerged sea cave that you need to swim through in order to reach a lagoon with a beach surrounded by limestone cliffs. Lots of daytrippers come to Koh Muk specifically to see the Emerald Cave so if you are staying on Koh Muk try to visit the cave early in the morning or late in the afternoon to avoid the tour groups.