Joint tickets are available from Trang to Koh Ngai which include a transfer to the ferry pier and a boat journey over to Koh Ngai.
Ferry Timetable to Koh Ngai
- Click on the ‘Tang – Koh Ngai’ link in the timetable below for more information and to buy tickets.
|Trang - Koh Ngai ฿ 1,600–3,000 1h – 2h 10m|
|Trang - Koh Ngai ฿ 400–1,150 40m – 5h|
|Trang - Koh Ngai ฿ 900 3h 30m – 4h|
Ferry Pier to Koh Ngai
Ferry services to Koh Ngai depart from Pak Meng Pier.
Location of Koh Ngai Ferry Pier
Ferry services to Koh Ngai arrive on the beach near Koh Ngai Seafood.
About Koh Ngai
Koh Ngai is a small island near to Koh Lanta and a place which from which you can easily take a day trip to Koh Muk, location of the popular Emerald Cave, and Koh Kradang as well as some other smaller islands. Koh Ngai is roughly 4 km long and 2 km wide with no mains electric and no roads. Travel around the island is by boat or a trek on paths through the jungle. In terms of beaches and forest Koh Ngai is pretty much unspoiled with monkeys and large lizards wondering onto the beach from the jungle unperturbed by human visitors.
Koh Ngai is a not a cheap place to stay. The resorts on the island are mid price range and above as is food and drink. Koh Ngai is a great place to go if you can afford to spend 3,000 THB per day (4,000 THB for a couple) and you want a peaceful relaxed tropical paradise. There are only a few small villages on this island with the majority of the inhabitants living and working on the handful of resorts. In the know holiday makers go to Koh Ngai for a week long beach holiday taking advantage of the ease with which you island hop on satisfying day trips avoiding the crowds and discomfort involved in travel to some of the better known beach resorts in Thailand.