Ferry times from Surat Thani City, Surat Thani Airport and Surat Thani Train Station to Koh Phangan.
Ferry Timetable from Surat Thani to Koh Phangan
Click on the Surat Thani – Koh Phangan link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Surat Thani - Koh Phangan ฿ 430–850 2h 50m – 9h|
|Surat Thani - Koh Phangan ฿ 560–700 2h 45m – 5h 30m|
|Surat Thani - Koh Phangan ฿ 950 3h 50m|
Surat Thani Lomprayah Ferry Pier
Surat Thani Lomprayah Ferry Pier is at Bang Kung, Mueang Surat Thani District, Surat Thani 84000, Thailand.
Koh Phangan Ferry Port
Koh Phangan Ferry Port is at Thong Sala Pier in Koh Phangan.
About Travel to Koh Phangan
There are 5 companies providing joint bus and ferry services from Surat Thani city, Surat Thani train station and Surat Thani airport to Koh Phangan. 4 out of the 5 services travel to Koh Phangan via a ferry port in the district of Donsak, which is a 90 journey by road from Surat Thani. The bus and ferry services also differ in how long they take to reach Koh Phangan as well as how comfortable they are.
The cheapest operators on the Surat Thani to Koh Phangan route are Phantip Travel, Seatran and Raja Ferry which both use the car ferry which travels from Donsak to Koh Phangan. The sea crossing in the car ferry take 2 hours 30 minutes.
The next cheapest operator on this route is the Songserm company which transports passengers on a large passenger only ferry. The Songserm company specialises in budget traveller for backpackers and the standard of the ferry reflects this.
The two premium services are offered by the Seatran Discovery and Lomprayah High Speed Ferry companies. Of the two premium services the best is the Lomprayah High Speed Ferry company because it is the quickest, has the best ferries (large custom made high speed catamaran ferries) and because the pier they use is close to Surat Thani city saving passengers the long bus journey to Donsak to board a ferry to Koh Phangan.
The route the Lomprayah High Speed Ferry company services take is a scenic one starting out on the Tapee River passing through the islands of the southern section of the Ang Thong Marine Park before picking up speed on the open ocean to Koh Samui before arriving at Koh Phangan.