Koh Kradan ferries connect Thailand with with crossings available to Koh Lanta, Koh Ngai, Koh Mook, Koh Bulon, Koh Lipe, Trang, Koh Libong & Koh Lipe (in Thailand). Koh Kradan Ferry crossings are operated by Bundhaya Speed Boat & Tigerline Ferry and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 10 ferry crossings daily.
There are up to 10 ferry crossings daily from Koh Kradan with sailing durations starting from 10 minutes. Our Koh Kradan ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Situated to the southwest of the Thailand mainland, Koh Kradan Port belongs to an island resting on the cerulean blue Andaman Sea. Boasting postcard-picture white sand beaches, snorkelling opportunities and low-tide sandbars, Koh Kradan is renowned for being one of the most beautiful and exciting islands belonging to Thailand. The styles of beaches vary across the island; some are known for their range of activities such as snorkelling and kayaking, whereas some are secluded beaches perfect for lazy days in the sun.
Much like many of the islands laying nearby Thailand, Koh Kradan has maintained its authentic feel and is yet to succumb to many of the modern advances of the 21st Century. There is no airport so the only access to the island is via boat, and the incoming ferry crossings are typically from islands in close proximity. Transport around the island is limited; there is no public transport such as trains or buses, therefore taxis are the easiest way to reach the port. For visitors who reside near the port area, it is regarded as a very pleasant walk, especially during the summer months.
Ferry routes can be inconsistent during rainy season, and are known for running less frequently - it is worthwhile checking for live updates to ensure the crossings are still in operation.