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Koh Lanta to Koh Mook

By Lanta Petpailin
4.5 (40 Reveiws)


10:00 Koh Lanta, Old Town Pier


1 hrs 45 mins


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11:45 Koh Mook, Koh Mook Pier


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24 Hours before departure date
  • Economy Class

  • 600 THB
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  • Cancellations made 24 Hours or more in advance will receive a full refund.

Cancellation Policy

Booking changes or cancellations must be made up to 24 Hours before your departure date. However, Round-trip tickets cannot be cancelled or refunded after the first trip's cancellation deadline.


  • We will be allowed without penalty if written notice is made over 24 Hours prior to departure. However amendment is subject to availability and new rates may apply.
  • Any amendment resulting in lower rates or less number of passenger is subject to 5% surcharge of the difference figure between total amounts less the amended amount.

Late Booking

For all late bookings under 6 Hours please chat with us directly.

Things to Know

  • Please arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to your trip's scheduled departure time. If you are too late, your ticket will expire and cannot be Refunded and Changed.
  • Time stated is only for estimation. The actual time schedule is subject to change without prior notice due to unpredictable weather conditions and fortuitous events.
  • The price does not include entrance fee, cleaning fee at Tonsai pier (THB 20/person) and any additional fees and surcharges (if any).
  • Each passenger is allowed of baggage shall not weigh more than 20kg.
  • You can check in with e-ticket on mobile or device. Please make sure you check in with the right operator you booked with.
  • IMPORTANT: If one way ticket was used or the date and time specified on the ticket passed already, it cannot be cancelled or refunded.
  • Connecting Flights: The Company is a point to point carrier and we do not take responsibility for delays or connecting flight.
  • No pets allowed.
  • Check in point: at Old Town Pier, please look for Lanta Petpailin staff at the pier

Trip Information

Koh Lanta Old Town Pier: A Tapestry of History and Culture


Koh Lanta is a pretty island sitting on the east coast of Thailand. This island hides a special place called the Koh Lanta Old Town. In this town, there's a sense of magic. Every street, every corner, it's like they're whispering old stories to you. Stories about sea gypsies. They are like ocean travelers. And you will learn about how people from China used to come here to trade their stuff a long time ago.

Right in the middle of this town, there's a super long pier. Now, this isn't just any pier. It's built high on wooden legs called stilts. It's been there for a very long time and has seen many, many days go by. It's like the heart of the town, holding so many memories and stories.


Stretching far into the sea, the long pier of Koh Lanta Old Town is more than just a path over water. Every step on the pier feels like walking on old stories. It reminds you of the sea gypsies who once sailed these waters long ago. The pier, built on stilts, shows how good people were at building things long ago. The pier stands as a reminder of days gone by. It makes us think of a time when everyone's life moved with the coming and going of the sea waves. Back then, the ocean wasn't just a vast expanse of water. It was a generous provider that offered its many gifts to the people who lived by its shores.

Walking along the pier, one is greeted with the tantalizing aroma of traditional Thai dishes. For those with a penchant for eating in Koh Lanta, the Old Town offers a culinary journey like no other. The crown jewel in this gastronomic adventure is the Pinto Restaurant. Famed for its delectable dishes, it promises a dining experience that transports you to the heart of Thai cuisine.

As you stroll along the pier, you'll notice charming little shops lining its sides, each offering local crafts. These aren't just simple items. They're a story, a memory of Koh Lanta. Inside, there are hand-woven fabrics to see. There are also small items carved with great care. Each of these items tells a story about Koh Lanta's deep and colorful past. They share whispers of the sea gypsies, the island's first travelers, and hints of the days when traders from China would visit with their goods. For anyone wanting a special reminder of their time on Koh Lanta, these shops are the perfect place to find a piece of the island's heart and history.

As you stroll along the pier, you'll notice charming little shops selling local crafts lining its sides. Each of these shops isn't just a store; they're a gateway to Koh Lanta's rich tapestry of history and culture. Inside, you'll find things like fabric that's been woven by hand and intricately carved trinkets. Inside, you'll find things like fabric that's been woven by hand and intricately carved trinkets, each echoing tales of sea gypsies and reminiscing the era of Chinese trading that once thrived here. For visitors wanting to take home a piece of Koh Lanta's essence, these local shops offer the perfect keepsakes of the island's deep-rooted heritage.

A stone's throw away from the pier stands a magnificent Chinese temple, its intricate designs a testament to Koh Lanta's rich tapestry of cultures. It stands as a silent witness to the island's trading history with China, a time when ships laden with spices and silks anchored off the coast of Koh Lanta.

For the explorers at heart, the nearby Koh Lanta Yai and the west coast of Koh Lanta are just a 30 minutes journey away. With their vibrant bars, golden beaches, and lively atmosphere, they offer a stark contrast to the serene beauty of the Old Town. The west coast, in particular, with its lively bars and stunning beaches, showcases a different side of the island, one of celebration and revelry.


The Koh Lanta Old Town is a mosaic of history, culture, and natural beauty. With its iconic long pier, flavorful culinary offerings, and rich heritage, it offers a journey through time. As the golden hues of the sunset bathe the town in a warm glow, visitors are left with memories of a place where the past and present dance in harmonious rhythm.

Things to Know:

Sea Gypsy Tales: Dive deep into the stories of sea gypsies, the original navigators of Koh Lanta's waters.

Culinary Adventures: The Pinto Restaurant, among other eateries, promises a culinary journey that's authentically Koh Lanta.

Trade and Temples: The Chinese temple is a testament to the vibrant trade relations Koh Lanta once enjoyed with China.

Neighboring Wonders: Don't miss out on Koh Lanta Yai and the west coast of Koh, just a quick 30-minute trip away.

Local Crafts: The crafts available at the shops and restaurants on the pier aren't just items but memories of Koh Lanta's bygone days.

Ferry: Old Town Pier - Koh Ngai Pier

Ferry: Koh Ngai Pier - Beach Jetty

Ferry: Beach Jetty - Koh Mook Pier

Koh Mook Pier: Gateway to Andaman's Hidden Treasures


Koh Muk is a small island in the calm Andaman Sea. Some people also spell it as Koh Mook. It offers travelers untouched and beautiful landscapes. This place is like a hidden treasure that many travelers have visited. Many who have been here remember it fondly. It's special and leaves a lasting impression on those who walk its shores.


Making your way to Koh Muk is an adventure in itself. One of the most magical parts of this trip is the opportunity to ride in a traditional longtail boat. These boats are an iconic sight in this part of the world and offer a unique and authentic way to travel.

Starting from the Trang islands, the boat ride is short and sweet, taking only about 30 minutes. Before you know it, you'll be stepping onto the soft, white sands of Koh Muk's beautiful beaches.

Koh Mook is a beautiful island that many people love to visit. If you've been there before, you'll know how welcoming and lovely it feels, like seeing an old friend. The waves are gentle, the environment is peaceful, and everything looks so natural and beautiful.

It's a place that people love to visit over and over. But if you've never been there, get ready to be surprised. Exploring Koh Mook is like finding a special hidden spot. It shows you the beauty of nature in a really amazing way.

If you're thinking of visiting Koh Mook and wondering where to stay, consider the Sivalai Beach Resort. It's a great place with everything you'd want for a comfortable trip. They have excellent facilities and the views of the beach are breathtaking.

When you stay on Koh Mook, you're right in the middle of a calm and peaceful place. You'll feel the relaxing vibes all around. The people here are really friendly and welcoming, which adds to the charm of the place.

One of the main spots on the island is the Kuan Tung Ku Pier. It's not just a regular pier. It reflects how life on the island is so simple and calm.

Staying on Koh Mook means you can easily visit this pier and experience the laid-back atmosphere. Note that every point of interest is 15 minutes or less away from your location. Island Hopping Adventures: Koh Muk serves as a fantastic starting point for island hopping. Koh Lanta is just a short boat ride away. Koh Phi Phi is even closer. There's a lot of adventure waiting to be explored.

The Trang Islands, with their unique attractions, are also within easy reach. For those craving a longer journey, Koh Lipe is a beautiful destination, renowned for its vibrant coral reefs and clear waters.

Day Trips and Adventures: Day trips from Koh Muk are plentiful. 15 minutes on a boat can take you to the mesmerizing Morakot Cave. It is, a natural wonder that promises a once-in-a-lifetime exploration experience.

And if you're keen on discovering more of the Andaman Sea's treasures, Koh Lanta offers a myriad of sights and sounds. It's a larger island compared to Koh Muk but equally captivating.


Koh Muk might be a small island in the Andaman Sea, but it offers experiences that rival any other. Koh Mook is a special island that many people love. If you've been there before, you know how amazing it is.

But even if it's your first visit, the island has a way of leaving a big impression. It's a place that inspires and surprises every time. The memories you make here are sure to stay with you for a long time. Every trip to Koh Mook feels unique and unforgettable.

Things to Know:

Morakot Cave Adventure: Don't overlook the allure of the Emerald Cave. Its depths reveal increasing beauty as you venture further in. For those seeking thrills, Morakot Cave awaits your exploration.

Island-Hopping Beginnings: Your journey to island adventures commences at Koh Mook Pier. From this point, you can transition between numerous islands. Notable destinations such as Koh Phi Phi and the Trang Islands are in the lineup.

Underwater Wonders: The pristine waters around Koh Mook Pier beckon snorkeling enthusiasts. Dive in to witness an enchanting marine world below.

Seasonal Splendors: Koh Mook's charm varies with seasons. Strategize your visit to experience its diverse moods and vibrant palettes.