By speed boat the journey from Koh Bulone to Koh Ngai is scheduled to take 1 hour 30 minutes.
Ferry Timetable from Koh Bulone to Koh Ngai
- Click on the Koh Bulone – Koh Ngai link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
Koh Bulone Ferry Pier
Services from Koh Bulone to Koh Ngai depart from Koh Bulone Ferry Pier in Mango Bay.
Koh Ngai Ferry Pier
Services from Koh Bulone to Koh Ngai terminate at Koh Ngai Resort Ferry Pier.
About Travel to Koh Ngai
Koh Ngai is a small island, 4 km long by 2 km at its widest point, located in the Andaman Sea to the North West of the larger and more popular Koh Muk. Koh Ngai has no roads and no motorised land transport. If you want to get around the island you need to either walk or take a local taxi boat. This said, there are aren’t no many places on this island to visit. Most of the people who live on the island work at resorts and the few other permanent local residents live in very small villages and are engaged in fishing and subsistence farming.
Koh Ngai has four beaches. The main beach on the East Coast is 2 km long and this is where most of the island’s resorts and restaurants are located. To the south of the main beach is a small beach (140 emtres long) in front of the large Koh Ngai Resort. To the west of Koh Ngai Resort on the South Coast of Koh Ngai are two more small beaches, Ao Muang (300 metres long) and Paradise Beach (500 metres long). It’s easy to walk between the beaches through forest trails. From the main beach you can also reach a good viewpoint on the South West tip of the island in about an hour.
In terms of things to do on Koh Ngai it’s all about the beach and the sea. There is a reef located not so far off the main beach and off Paradise beach in the South of the island. If you are a reasonable swimmer then you can easily go snorkelling from the beach in Koh Ngai. For more impressive underwater views, however, you need to go diving. There are three diving schools on Koh Ngai and the price of the diving is very cheap, particularly if you go to local dive sites close to the island. The other popular activity for visitors to Koh Ngai is to take local boat trips to the neighburing islands. Koh Muk is a popular destination for dat trips largely because of its Emerald Cave which is only accessible via a partially submerged sea cave. This cave leads to a secluded beach surrounded on all sides by steep cliffs.