10 minutes by boat from Haad Rin.
20 minutes by speed boat from Big Buddha pier, Koh Samui.
30 minutes by speed boat from Chaweng Beach, Koh Samui.
30 minutes by car from Thong Sala Pier/Haad Rin Pier.
The easiest way to reach Koh Phangan is going through Koh Samui by flying with Bangkok Airways. It flies daily from Bangkok to Koh Samui. There are minimum 8 flights a day. It takes 1 hour and 10 minutes by ATR72-200 and takes 45 minutes by BOEING717. Bangkok Airways also has a daily direct flight From Singapore to Koh Samui. You can check its flight timetable and book at www.bangkokair.com After reaching Koh Samui, catch a taxi to Big Buddha pier to take a ferry boat to Haad Rin. There are four times a day and it takes about 45 minutes from Koh Samui to Koh Phangan. From Haad Rin, you just catch a boat to Haad Yuan that takes about 10 minutes. Or you catch a taxi/limousine to Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran Pier or Seatran Discovery Pier to take a Catamaran to Thong Sala Pier, Koh Phangan. For more information, visit www.lomprayah.com or www.seatrandiscovery.com Or contact us for transfering from Koh Samui to the resort.
Thai Airways also have the flights which fly daily from Bangkok to Suratthani and Bangkok to Koh Samui. For more Information, please visit www.thaiairways.com Or you can take the Nok Air’s flight from Bangkok to Koh Phangan which it takes you to Suratthani and transfer you to Koh Phangan by Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran. Visit Nok Air at www.nokair.com And the last airline provided the flight from Bangkok to Suratthani is Air Asia. You can book its flight at www.airasia.com
You can take a bus from Bangkok to Koh Phangan. The buses leave from the Southern Bus Terminal. There are V.I.P., first and second-class buses available. These are all air-conditioned. The bus journey takes around 15-16 hours. Then, taking a local bus to Haad Rin to catch a boat to Haad Yuan. Or contact us for transfering from Thong Sala, Koh Phangan to the resort.
When traveling from Bangkok to Koh Phangan, it is highly recommended you get a night sleeper train. These trains are more comfortable and ensure smoother bus and ferry connections. All trains are run from Hualamphong Station in Bangkok to Suratthani. We advice that you buy a combination/joint ticket which will include all your transport right through Thong Sala, Koh Phangan. Train tickets can vary greatly in price depending on the carriage class and whether the carriage is air-conditioned or fan. There are many trains leaving every evening from Suratthani going to Bangkok. For more information, please contact our tour counter service.
There is ferry service from Donsak, Suratthani to Koh Phangan, operated by Raja Ferry. It takes about 2.5 hours from Donsak to Thong Sala, Koh Phangan.
From Suratthani and Koh Samui, you can take Songserm Express Boat to Thong Sala pier, Koh Phangan. It is about 2 hours and 40 minunute from Suratthani and 40 minutes from Koh Samui. The boat leaves daily from Suratthani at 8.00am. And it leaves from Koh Phangan to Suratthani at 12.00pm. From Koh Samui, it leaves daily at 9.00am, 11.00am and 4.00pm. It leaves from Koh Phangan to Koh Samui at 7.00am, 12.00pm and 3.30pm. For more information or booking, please contact our tour service or visit
There are also services to/from Bangkok, Hua Hin, Chumporn and Koh Samui. It is a combination of VIP bus and Catamaran services. The trips leave daily from Bangkok at 6.00a.m. and 9.00p.m. and arrive Thong Sala Pier, Koh Phangan at 3.55p.m. and 10.30am. To Bangkok, they leave Koh Phangan at 8.30a.m. and 12.30p.m. and arrive Bangkok at 8.30p.m. and 12.15a.m. For more information or booking, please contact our tour service or visit www.lomprayah.com
There are also services to/from Bangkok, Hua Hin, Chumporn and Koh Samui. It is a combination of VIP bus and Catamaran services. The trips leave daily from Bangkok at 9.00p.m. and arrive Thong Sala Pier, Koh Phangan at 11.00a.m. To Bangkok, they leave Koh Phangan at 8.30a.m. and arrive Bangkok at 8.30p.m. For more information or booking, please contact our tour service or visit www.seatrandiscovery.com