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Samui Island to Khao Sok National Park

By Lomprayah High Speed Ferries Co., Ltd.
4.5 (40 Reveiws)


08:30 Samui Island, Maenam Pier


4 hrs


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12:30 Khao Sok National Park, Khao Sok National Park


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72 Hours before departure date
  • Economy Class

  • 1,150 THB
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  • Cancellations made 72 Hours or more in advance will receive a full refund.

Cancellation Policy

Booking changes or cancellations must be made up to 72 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 24 Hours please chat with us directly.

Things to Know

  • Passengers shall arrive at the Lomprayah office at least 60 minutes (sixty minutes) before the departure time to confirm the trip.
  • You can check in with e-ticket on mobile or device. Please make sure you check in with the right operator you booked with.
  • 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 an entrance fee, any additional fees and surcharges (if any).
  • Each passenger is allowed of baggage shall not weigh more than 20kg. The excess luggage will be charged and paid directly to the staff.
  • Water sports equipment will be charged 400 THB for travel by bus and boat, or 300 THB for travel by boat only.
  • Bicycles - will be charged 700 THB (folding bicycles only) for travel by bus and boat, or 500THB for travel by boat only.
  • Pets are not allowed on board.
  • The vehicle is subject to change depending on the amount of passengers.
  • 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.
  • The passenger needs to sign the travel insurance document for the passenger’s right of the insurance of Lomprayah Office.
  • Vehicle to Surat Thani Town is subject to change depending on amount of passengers.
  • Check in point: Lomprayah counter at Maenam Pier (Pralarn Pier)
  • The Speedboat trip is not suitable for pregnant women, children, people with heart or back problems, or other physical impediments.
  • The bus/minivan will stop in front of Khao Sok National Park.

Trip Information

Maenam Pier: Your Koh Samui Adventure Begins Here


Welcome to Maenam Pier, your gateway to the wonders of Koh Samui and its nearby islands. Situated in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Samui, often referred to as the jewel of the gulf, is an enchanting destination.

It is waiting for your exploration. When you arrive at this pier, it's not just a normal dock. It's the start of an amazing adventure you'll always remember.


When you see Maenam Pier, you feel Koh Samui's magic. The big blue sky and sounds of fun on the water tell you it's special. This pier is close to many great spots, like Mae Nam Beach.

At this beach, soft sand meets clear water. It's perfect for rest or play. When you take a deep breath, you'll feel calm. Palm trees move softly, showing it's a true island getaway.

Just a short drive from Maenam Pier, you'll find another amazing spot in Koh Samui: Bophut Beach. This beach is special because of the Fisherman's Village. It's a place where the old times and today come together.

People visiting can really feel what island life is like. At Bophut Beach, you can listen to the gentle sound of waves. You can also see old-style boats sitting in the water close by. It's a wonderful mix of sounds and sights..

But the appeal of Maenam Pier doesn't just rest in its proximity to these captivating beaches. It's a bridge that connects travelers with the myriad treasures of Koh Samui. Upon arriving from Samui Airport, you'll find yourself surrounded by a plethora of experiences that cater to every whim and fancy.

Koh Samui is home to many beaches, each with its own charm. Chaweng Beach is lively and known for its fun nightlife and exciting water sports. On the other hand, there are quieter beaches on the island that offer seclusion. Each of these beaches tells a unique story about Koh Samui's diverse beauty.

In the middle of the big Gulf of Thailand, you'll find the beautiful Samui Island. This island shines with its natural beauty and fancy places to stay. For those wanting to stay somewhere luxurious, the island has many beachside resorts. One of the top ones is Santiburi Koh Samui.

This resort is special because it combines comfort with stunning views. Imagine waking up every morning in a cozy, plush bed. As you open your eyes, you see the beach lit by the morning sun. You can hear the gentle waves of the ocean, and the distant rustling of palm trees. It's the perfect mix of luxury and nature's beauty.

Yet, for those who lean more towards serenity, Maenam Beach Koh Samui presents itself as a peaceful escape. This beach, juxtaposed against the lively Chaweng Beach, offers tranquility that's beautifully complemented by the attractions nearby.

Among these is the famed Walking Street in the Fisherman's Village at Bophut Beach. Vibrant stalls brimming with local goods and cultural displays spring to life. It gives visitors a taste of the local traditions and flavors.

Koh Samui is located in the Gulf of Thailand. It means it has beautiful views of nearby islands like Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. These islands, easily accessible from Maenam Pier, are renowned for their scenic beauty and beach resorts. While Koh Phangan is famous for its full moon party, Koh Tao beckons diving enthusiasts from around the globe.

As you navigate the wonders of Koh Samui, remember to take a breather and connect with your loved ones. Thanks to the free Wi-Fi at Maenam Pier, sharing your real-time adventures is just a click away.


In the end, Maenam Pier is more than just a place to pass through. It's the beginning of an adventure. Maenam Pier stands out with its clean and beautiful surroundings. It offers connections to other islands, making travel easy.

There are also many activities to enjoy, such as diving. Plus, you can explore places like Fisherman's Village. Overall, this pier sets the tone for a wonderful and exciting Koh Samui experience.

Things to Know:

Island Trio: Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao await. The Gulf of Thailand boasts three gems: Koh Samui with its luxurious retreats, Koh Phangan known for its iconic Full Moon parties, and Koh Tao, a diver's paradise.

Mae Nam Bliss: Relax at Mae Nam Beach. Mae Nam Beach in Koh Samui is a tranquil oasis, with soft golden sands caressed by gentle waves.

Cultural Connection: Dive into the heritage at Fisherman's Village. Fisherman's Village in Bophut Beach is a melting pot of Koh Samui's rich history and culture.

Gateway to Adventure: Dive or party at Koh Phangan and Koh Tao. For the thrill-seekers and party enthusiasts, Koh Phangan's famous Full Moon parties and Koh Tao's renowned diving spots are must-visits.

Luxury Getaway: Stay in style at Santiburi Koh Samui. Santiburi Koh Samui epitomizes luxury amidst nature.

Speed Boat: Maenam Pier - Donsak Pier

Bus: Donsak Pier - Surat Thani Town: Tapee Pier

The Alluring Gateway: Surat Thani Tapee Pier


The Lomprayah office's Tapee Pier branch is located in the heart of Pak Nam Tapee. It is a symbolic gateway to the Gulf of Thailand’s wonders. While occasionally shifting to Donsak Pier due to changing tides or weather, this pier stands as a steadfast connector. Here, the famous Lomprayah high speed catamarans are ready.

They can whisk you away to tropical havens like Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao. But the Tapee Pier is more than just a departure point. It's a confluence of paths, linking the local heartbeat to dreamy islands and beyond. Conveniently positioned near the airport and the town's pulsating center, it’s an ideal launchpad for every traveler's adventure.


The Tapee Pier, on the Tapi River, serves as a vibrant crossroad in Surat Thani. Here, the energy of local life and the promise of exotic escapes converge. It's more than just a transportation hub—it's where stories of travel adventures begin and culminate. The Pier is 30 minutes away from the city center.

From the pier, venture out to the tropical paradise of Koh Samui, where pristine beaches await your footprints. For those seeking a more exciting experience, Koh Phangan's famous Full Moon parties promise memorable nights. Meanwhile, Koh Tao, with its tranquil bays, beckons the souls seeking serenity. Another option is to embark on a serene journey to the tranquil shores of Ban Don Bay.

Staying in Surat Thani - The Pulse of Southern Thailand:

Surat Thani Town is where traditional charm seamlessly blends with modern dynamism. As you walk its streets, bustling markets and aromatic food stands lure you with their offerings. Dubbed the "city of good people," Surat Thani is a bustling blend of skyscrapers, crowded lanes, rich history, and profound culture. At its spiritual core is the City Pillar Shrine—a serene refuge amid the urban hustle.

Visit San Chao Market (Surat Thani night market) a famous night market in Surat Thani. It is a nighttime spot of Surat Thani. There are many shops selling Thai Food.

Beyond the city's lively rhythm, the wonders of nature beckon. Just a short drive away is the Khao Sok National Park. Home to lush rainforests and diverse ecosystems, it showcases majestic mountains and valleys teeming with unique flora and fauna.


Surat Thani Town, with its Tapee Pier, is more than just a location—it's an experience, a journey. It summarizes the harmonious blend of tradition and modernity, nature and urban life. From its lively streets to the beauty of nearby islands, every traveler finds their calling. In essence, a trip to Surat Thani is not just about the destination but the stories that unfold along the way.

Things to Know:

The best time to visit Surat Thani is between December and April when the weather is most favorable.

When at the pier, always keep an eye on the boat schedules, as they can change due to weather conditions.

Street food in Surat Thani Town is a must-try—indulge in local flavors for a genuine experience.

To ensure a hassle-free journey, it's advisable to book your boat tickets in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons.

If heading to Khao Sok National Park, ensure you pack comfortable hiking shoes and mosquito repellent.

Bus: Surat Thani Town: Tapee Pier - Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park Collection Point


The Khao Sok National Park is nestled amidst the verdant landscapes of Surat Thani Province. It serves as more than just a gateway to nature's wonders. Its convenient location has also transformed it into a bustling hub for travelers. At your hotel, or at the national park's main entrance, there are trusty buses and vans ready for you. They're there to help with your trip. They ensure you have a smooth journey, no matter your starting point. With frequent departures, these vehicles effortlessly bridge Khao Sok with Thailand's iconic destinations like Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao. Good transportation helps travelers move easily. Whether you're going to the mountains or the islands, you can get there smoothly. It's designed to make the switch from one experience to the other smooth for everyone.


Khao Sok National Park, nestled deep in the Surat Thani Province, is a testament to Thailand's pristine beauty. As you enter, Cheow Lan Lake, with its mirror-like reflections, greets you. The lake's vast expanse showcases nature in its most breathtaking form. The limestone mountains, iconic of the region, rise majestically, punctuating the horizon. This park is where the secrets of the wild resonate with every step.

Khao Sok is not merely a park; it serves as a gateway to nature's profound mysteries. Within its boundaries, it houses a critical transport junction, allowing you to venture into other parts of Thailand effortlessly. From here, the Gulf of Thailand’s jewels - Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao - await your exploration. These are not merely destinations; they represent individual chapters in a distinct narrative of exploration.

Khao Sok National Park can be described as nature's canvas. The limestone mountains stand tall, their peaks hidden in the mists. Cheow Lan Lake, also known as Ratchaprapha Dam, sits serenely in the park's heart. A boat ride here, especially on traditional longtail boats, feels like traversing through a dreamscape.

The flora and fauna in the park are rich and varied. Wild animals make their presence known with distant calls and fleeting glimpses. Staying overnight in Khao Sok offers an immersive experience. The floating bungalows in Khao Sok are a must-try, providing a harmonious blend of nature and comfort.

Khao Sok Village, situated near the national park, is a cultural mosaic. In this realm, the age-old traditions of Thailand vividly spring to life. The village streets hum with activity. Artisans crafting, the fragrant allure of Thai cuisine in the air, and the promise of stories untold.

A stay in Khao Sok is an immersion into nature's vast tapestry. Beyond the daytime explorations, the magic amplifies as dusk settles. Here, the symphony of the wilderness comes alive, with distant animal calls echoing through the verdant canopies. Lodging offer a harmonious blend of comfort and raw nature. It ranges from eco-friendly lodges to enchanting floating bungalows on the Cheow Lan Lake. The mornings are a spectacle, with the sun peeking through limestone mountains and the chorus of wildlife greeting the dawn. The essence of a stay in Khao Sok is not just about a place to sleep. It is an opportunity to connect and become one with Thailand's wilderness.

For the adventurous, Khao Sok becomes a base for many thrilling exploits. Bamboo rafting, offered at the village, lets you float on nature's very essence. When evening falls, the park is a different realm. Embarking on a night safari here delves deep into the enigmatic core of the wilderness.

But beyond Khao Sok’s borders, the Surat Thani Province is filled with wonders. Ko Samui, sitting proudly in the Gulf of Thailand, is a palette of experiences. Golden sands extend a heartfelt embrace to each visitor. On Koh Samui, the very heart of the island resonates with a fervent and unyielding rhythm. Ancient temples like the Wat Phra Borommathat Chaiya stand as silent witnesses to Thailand's storied past. Each nook and cranny of Ko Samui murmurs the stories and legends from bygone eras.

Koh Tao, often referred to as Turtle Island, stands out as a radiant jewel among Thailand's numerous islands. Beneath its shimmering blue waves, there exists a vibrant underwater kingdom bursting with an array of life forms. There are many amazing fish swimming around, and the sight of big manta rays is truly beautiful. The underwater view is simply stunning. Divers and marine enthusiasts from every corner of the planet hold this island in high regard. They often speak of their experiences with an air of reverence. The reason is clear. Diving into the depths of Koh Tao's waters is like plunging into a living kaleidoscope. Here, every hue and shade imaginable paints scenes of marine wonders. It makes it an unparalleled underwater adventure that is simply not to be missed.

The central transportation hub within Khao Sok facilitates these adventures. From here, day tours and day trips to neighboring attractions are easily accessible. The Surat Thani Airport, a major gateway, ensures that Khao Sok is within easy reach for global travelers.

Koh Phangan, nestled in the Gulf of Thailand, is not just an island. It’s an experience that leaves an indelible mark on its visitors. This island is famous for its big full moon parties with lots of music and dancing. But that's not all it has to offer. There's a lot more to explore and enjoy on the island besides just the night parties. Koh Phangan isn't just about parties. It has peaceful beaches, lush jungles, and secret waterfalls. The island shows many beautiful sides of nature. The island has beautiful sandy beaches where you can relax and think. The island also has big green forests. These forests are great for adventurous people who want to explore and see what's hidden inside. Koh Phangan is special because it has both quiet nature spots and lively parties. This mix of calm and celebration makes it a unique place to visit.

Surat Thani Province, located in the southern region of Thailand, is a land of contrasts and wonders. When planning a trip across the area, two places are a must-visit: Ban Ta Khun and the City Pillar Shrine. Both spots are important highlights.

Ban Ta Khun is not just a destination, but a serene retreat, offering an authentic glimpse into Thai countryside living. As you explore this peaceful place, you'll see winding rivers and houses on stilts. These show how the people here live closely with nature. They've built their homes in a way that works with the environment. The verdant backdrop, punctuated by sounds of distant temple chimes and local wildlife, paints a portrait of timeless beauty. In this place, people value old traditions and share stories from the past. Everywhere you go, it feels like nature is quietly speaking to you.

Ban Ta Khun is a place where you can find peace in nature. Meanwhile, the City Pillar Shrine shows the area's strong spiritual beliefs and cultural history. It's not just a religious site, but a living narrative of the province's history and beliefs. Elaborately adorned with intricate carvings and adorned in gold leaf, the shrine gleams with both reverence and grandeur. The air around it is thick with devotion, as locals and visitors alike come to offer their prayers and seek blessings. As you stand before it, you're not merely witnessing a monument. You are participating in a continuum of faith that has spanned generations.

Ban Ta Khun is known for its beautiful nature, while the City Pillar Shrine is a spiritual spot. Both places add special parts to the big story of Surat Thani. Each place has its own special appeal in this province. They invite visitors to explore and enjoy all the amazing things here.


Every journey in and around Khao Sok National Park is a mosaic of experiences. With each day trip, a new chapter in the travel guide of your life is written. From wild animals and Khao Sok Village's charm to limestone mountains, Khao Sok offers a mix of sights and sounds.

Things to know:

The transport hub in Khao Sok is the heartbeat of the Surat Thani Province.

Punctuality is highly recommended: Expect buses and minivans to be timely.

Communication is easy; the staff speaks basic English.

The station offers top-tier security and amenities for travelers.

Direct tickets to various Thai landmarks are available.