Bus times from Krabi to Koh Samui

By joint bus and ferry service it takes from 4 hours 10 minutes to 7 hours 30 minutes to travel from Krabi to Koh Samui depending upon which company you travel with.

Bus Timetable from Krabi to Koh Samui

  • Click on the Krabi – Koh Samui link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
Krabi - Koh Samui ฿ 950–1,155 5h – 6h 10m
  •   Taxi + Ferry 09:30
  •   Van + Speedboat 08:30, 08:50

Bus Stop in Krabi

Bus services to Koh Samui depart from a variety of locations in Krabi Town. The Lomprayah High Speed Ferry Company, which operates the fastest service from Krabi to Koh Samui, departs from outside its office at 40 Phisanop Road, Pak Nam, Krabi 81000.

Google Map of Krabi Lomprayah Office

Arrival in Koh Samui

The arrival point in Koh Samui varies depending upon which company you travel. Lomprayah High Speed Ferry Services from Krabi arrive into Na Thon Ferry Pier.

Google Map of Na Thon Ferry Pier

About Koh Samui

With a surface area of of 247 square kilometres Koh Samui is the second largest island in Thailand after Phuket. Koh Samui is also one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations attracting over 2.5 million visitors a year in recent years.

Koh Samui offers a lot of variety in terms of standards of accommodation, beaches, food and activities. The island is, however, increasingly becoming focused on families on one or two week holidays and short visit Asian tourists, and as such its popularity is waning amongst people on backpacking tours around Thailand. There are now very few cheap beach bungalows on the island, although there is very cheap accommodation available inland on Koh Samui particularly for those visitors renting for a month or longer.

Chaweng Beach on Koh Samui
Chaweng Beach on Koh Samui

There are a number of different areas in Koh Samui which are popular with tourists, each with their own character. The most popular part of the island for foreign visitors is Chaweng, which has a long white sand beach and a busy town centre.

Chaweng is the part of Koh Samui that most closely resembles other major tourist centres in Thailand, such as Pattaya and Patong in Phuket, with branded shops, international restaurants and lively nightlife. The other major tourist destination in Koh Samui is Bophut which has been sensitiviely developed, has less nightlife and is increasingly the destination of choice over Chaweng for many families and older visitors from Western Europe.

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