Ferry times from Koh Ngai to Koh Kradan

The journey from Koh Ngai to Koh Kradan is scheduled to take from 25 to 40 minutes depending upon which service you take.

Ferry Timetable from Koh Ngai to Koh Kradan

Koh Ngai - Koh Kradan ฿ 2,440–2,975 40m
  •   Long Tail Boat 4pax 00:00
  •   Long Tail Boat 10pax 00:00

Location of the Koh Ngai Ferry Pier

Ferry and speed boat services from Koh Ngai to Koh Kradan depart from the pier at Koh Ngai Resort.

Google Map of Koh Ngai Ferry Pier

Location of the Koh Kradan Ferry Pier

Ferry and speed boat services from Koh Ngai to Koh Kradan terminate at Koh Kradan Beach.

Google Map of Koh Kradan Beach

About Travel to Koh Kradan

Koh Kradan is one of a cluster of 4 islands (the other 3 are Koh Muk, Koh Libong and Koh Ngai) located off the East Coast of Thailand in Trang Province. Despite being very close to each other, each of these 4 islands has it’s own distinct character. Koh Kradan is one of the most expensive of the 4 islands to stay on, and the least developed.

Most visitors to Koh Kradan come on day trips means that the beaches tend to be full from around 10:00 until 16:00 every day. The advantage of staying overnight in Koh Kradan is that you get to enjoy the island when the tour groups aren’t there, and that’s well worth doing becuse the beaches are excellent.

Koh Kradan has fantastic beaches
Koh Kradan has fantastic beaches

Koh Kradan is a very small island, 3 km long and 1 km wide. The central part of the island is mostly dense forest with no concrete road through the interior. To get around the island you need to walk, or take a taxi boat. Koh Kradan also has no medical facilities, no ATM or bank, or mains electric.

Pretty much all the facilities on the island are within resorts, and most of these resorts are relatively expensive. Expect to pay around 4,000 THB a night (or more) for an airconditioned room on the popular East coast beach. More basic bungalows set back from the beach cost around 1,000 THB  a night. Food and drink also tends to be more expensive than on larger islands and on the mainland. The experience of being on Koh Kradan for a few days, however, is priceless.

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