Ko Lanta Ferries
Book your ticket from Ko Lanta to Phi Phi.
Ko Lanta lies to the south of Krabi Province. It is a large island with 6 km wide and over 30 kms long, 9 beaches lie from north to south along the sunset coast. It is easily accessible by road or sea.
It is a beautiful island with stunning scenery, fantastic white sandy beaches. The coastlines dotted with more than 70 small islands and plenty of forest, coral reefs and under water life.
Getting to/from Lanta Saladan Pier
If you are on foot the easiest way to travel to the Lanta Islands is by passenger ferry. The passenger ferries operate between November and April only. This is the most popular option during this time. During the off season and after the last passenger ferry has left, the only way to get to the island is to drive. During the low season you can only get to Lanta Island is either via taxi or minibus service from Ao Nang, Krabi Town or Trang.
Please note: There is no bridge joining Koh Lanta with the mainland, so you can only leave or arrive on the island during the hours of (approx.) 6am to 10pm, while the car ferry services are running. The only way to leave after these hours is by private boat.
Ko Lanta Saladan Pier facilities
The Lanta Saladan Pier is pretty small. At the terminal you can buy ferry tickets if you haven't already done so and there are a couple of snack facilities to buy a little something for your journey. The town center is not far from the terminal and it has been crammed with souvenir shops & stalls, cafes and definitely the highlight are the 20 or more wooden seafood restaurants that are built on stilts over the water, with great views of the beach.
So, book your ferry to and from Lanta simply and securely with AFerry!
About Ko Lanta
One of Thailand's most beautiful islands, Ko Lanta lies just off Thailand's Andaman coast, in the Krabi Province. With nearly a dozen charming and atmospheric beaches, the island has a relaxed feeling, offering visitors the chance to truly "get away from it all". Ko Lanta is easily toured on a motorbike, making it simple to visit the coral-fringed beaches, mangroves, limestone outcrops and rainforests.
Phuket Ferry (Liva Group HK Limited)
Moo 1, Saladan, Koh Lanta, Krabi, 81150, Thailand