Ferry times from Krabi to Koh Bulone

By shared speedboat the journey from Krabi to Koh Bulone is scheduled to take 5 hours 30 minutes.

Ferry Times from Krabi to Koh Bulone


Click on the Krabi – Koh Bulone link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.

Krabi Ferry Pier


Ferry services tfrom Krabi to Koh Bulone depart from Chao Fah Park Pier in Krabi Town.

Google Map of Chao Fah Park Pier

Arrival in Koh Bulone


Ferry services from Krabi to Koh Bulone terminate at Bulone Resort in Koh Bulone.

Google Map of Bulone Resort

About Travel to Koh Bulone


Koh Bulone is a tiny island, measuring  3 km by 1 km wide, located off the Lower West Coast of Thailand, to the South of the popular islands of Trang Province (Koh Muk, Koh Kradan, Koh Libong and Koh Ngai) and to the North of Koh Lipe. Whichever route you take, it’s a long journey to Koh Bulone and for that reason the island is not overrun with visitors, nor is it a destination for day trippers on tour boats.

The two main resorts on Koh Bulone, Koh Bulone Resort and Pansand Resort, are both located on White Sand Beach on the East Coast of island. Coral reefs are located a short swim out from both resorts making Koh Bulone an excellent destination for snorkellers.

The sea around Koh Bulone is very clear
The sea around Koh Bulone is very clear

Other than sunbathing on the beach and swimming or scuba diving in the sea, there is not a lot else to do in Koh Bulone. The island has virtually no facilities. There is no ATM machine or medical centre, very few shops, and no cars. The two major resorts are quite expensinve both in terms of accommodation and food, and neither is particularly luxurious. What you get on Koh Bulone which you will struggle to find on most other Thai islands, however, is the chance to stay very close to a virutally deserted pristine beach.

Koh Bulone also has a small village located on the North Coast of the island. The local people, mostly of Chao Ley descent, operate the vast majority of the businesses in the village and on the island more generally. The village itself has a number of restaurants specialising in locally caught seafood, and for a very small island Koh Bulone is notable as a culinary centre, which very few people know exists.

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