Koh Samui to Ao Nang Transfer by Lomprayah Catamaran, Coach and Minivan
Combined Transport from Samui to Ao Nang
Travel from Koh Samui to Ao Nang with 3 daily departures by Lomprayah catamaran and coach via Tapi Pier in Surat Thani.
Meet at Lomprayah office at Nathon Pier on Koh Samui at least 30 minutes before scheduled departure.
Cruise by high speed catamaran to Tapi Pier in Surat Thani without stopovers en route. Switch to the coach which brings you further to Krabi on road.
After arrival at Lomprayah office in Krabi Town, get conveniently transferred to your hotel in Ao Nang or Ao Nam Mao by shared minivan.
The transfer service operates daily in low and high season.
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Pickup times per zone
To guarantee a booking, book no later than 14 hours before the scheduled
departure. During high season (November - April) and on National
Thai Holidays, we advise that you book your trip as early as possible as seats sell out fast. Due to bad weather, bad sea conditions or limited availability, the transfer may be delayed, postponed or
cancelled with a full refund. You can cancel your booking up to 4
days prior to your scheduled departure date and receive a refund for cost of the transfer unless otherwise stated under 'Important to Know'.
Read our Terms & Conditions.
To board the van you must show the ticket voucher on your mobile phone to the staff of Lomprayah.
Transfer from Tapi Pier to Krabi by coach may be switched to air-conditioned van due to minimal passengers.
You are allowed a maximum of 20 kilograms of luggage. Overweight bags are charged at 20 THB per kilogram (up to 50 kilograms maximum allowance).
Schedule (Departure - Arrival)
08:00 - 12:30
Lomprayah Catamaran, Coach & Minivan
Starting & End-Points
Meet at Lomprayah office at Nathon Pier on Koh Samui 30 minutes before scheduled departure.
Get picked up from your hotel on Koh Samui. The exact pick-up time will be confirmed by email after you have made the booking. 150 ฿/person
Get dropped off at your hotel in Ao Nang and Ao Nam Mao. Free