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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Koh Bulon Ferry Services

Koh Bulon Guide

Koh Bulon Ferry Port

One of many small islands in the Satun Province on the Andaman coast of the south of Thailand, Koh Bulon Port is one of the most luxurious port areas in Thailand. The beaches next to the port are renowned for being among the most beautiful in south east Asia, offering tourists the opportunity to sample snorkelling and swimming at their own leisure. For alternative pastimes, there is also the chance to go rock pooling, jungle trekking and shell collecting – a perfect way to spend a cost free day. The island is very much a natural habitat that hasn’t been impacted by modern technologies; there are no cars or even roads on the island so walking is the only viable option for transport. The area surrounding the port is largely engulfed by a forest area, therefore it is advised to wear long sleeves, sensible shoes and insect repellent to avoid mosquito bites. The port itself is relatively simplistic; there aren’t many amenities on offer due to the minimalist lifestyle of the island and the small population. The ferry routes on offer are to nearby islands belonging to Thailand, the longest crossing taking around two hours. With the quick sailings the vessels are fairly simplistic, so it is worthwhile taking food and drink on board.

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