Ferry times from Krabi to Koh Lipe

It takes between 4 and 7 hours to travel from Krabi to Koh Lipe. The only service which travels direct by sea from Krabi to Koh Lipe is the fast ferry service operated by Tigerline Travel. Other services take passengers south by minivan from Krabi to Pak Bara Pier to board a speedboat for a shorter sea crossing to Koh Lipe.

Ferry Timetable from Krabi to Koh Lipe

  • Click on the ‘Krabi – Koh Lipe’ link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
Krabi - Koh Lipe ฿ 1,150–1,500 6h 15m – 7h 30m
  •   Minivan + Speedboat 06:30, 07:00, 07:15
  •   High Speed Ferry 07:00, 07:15
Krabi - Koh Lipe ฿ 1,320 5h 40m
  •   Van + Speedboat 06:30

Krabi Ferry Pier

Ferry services to Koh Lipe depart from Klong Jilard Pier near Krabi Town.

Google Map of Klong Jilard Pier

Arrival in Koh Lipe

Ferry services from Krabi terminate at Pattaya Beach in Koh Lipe.

Google Map of Koh Lipe Pier

About Koh Lipe

Koh Lipe is a small island with three main beaches: Pattaya Beach on the south coast, Sunrise Beach (including Power Beach and Bulow Beach) on the north east coast, and Sunset Beach on the north west coast. Koh Lipe only really has one town which is centred on Walking Street which runs inland from Pattaya Beach.

The beaches on Koh Lipe are some of the best in Thailand, and the water is very clear and in rich in marine life. The beaches, however, are very busy as is the small town area. Koh Lipe is one of the few places in Thailand where you will regularly see people queuing to get a table in the evening at popular restaurants during the high season period from January to April.

Sunrise Beach on Koh Lipe
Sunrise Beach on Koh Lipe

Other than enjoying the beach other popular activities on Koh Lipe including scuba diving and kayaking. Boat trips to the nearby islands of Koh Adang, Koh Ra Wi, and Koh Hin Son are also popular. There are plenty of taxi boats parked on Sunrise Beach waiting to take tourists on boat tours around these beautiful uninhabited islands. We recommend checking the price with a few different boat operators before you commit to going on tour as they don’t all charge the same amount.

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