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From Klong Jilad Pier to Koh Phi Phi by Ferries

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Klong Jilad Pier, Krabi
2h ferry journey in Local
Ton Sai Pier Koh Phi Phi
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Klong Jilad Pier, Krabi
2h ferry journey in Local
Ton Sai Pier Koh Phi Phi

From Nopparat Thara Pier to Koh Phi Phi by Ferries

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Nopparat Thara Pier, Ao Nang
2h ferry journey in Local
Ton Sai Pier Koh Phi Phi

From Krabi Airport to Koh Phi Phi by Taxis+Ferries

Andaman Taxis + Chaokoh Travel Center
Krabi Airport
12h 30m journey in Taxi+Ferry. All connections guaranteed
Ton Sai Pier Koh Phi Phi

Krabi to Koh Phi Phi Schedule

Krabi to Koh Phi Phi Schedule
Transport NameRoute TimePrice
Tigerline Travel Speedboat 07:55 - 11:40฿ 1,250
Songserm High Speed Ferry 08:00 - 10:30฿ 450
Andaman Wave Master Standard Class 09:00 - 11:00฿ 450
Ao Nang Travel And Tour ferry 09:45 - 11:30฿ 450
Tigerline Travel Speedboat 08:00 - 11:40฿ 1,250
Seatran Discovery High Speed Ferry 08:30 - 12:30฿ 725
Chaokoh Travel Center Local 09:30 - 11:30฿ 450
Koh Yao Sun Smile Speedboat 09:00 - 10:30฿ 1,000
Songserm High Speed Ferry 12:00 - 15:00฿ 450

How to get from Krabi to Koh Phi Phi

Koh Phi Phi is arguably the most renowned dream destination among all the Thai islands. Since Alex Garland’s novel was filmed and struck the world in 2000, millions of adventure-seekers headed to the hidden gem of the Andaman to find their personal paradise on a tropic island of unparalleled beauty.

Since then Koh Phi Phi has changed a lot – mostly in the sense of number of tourists visiting the island every year and mushrooming modern resorts. Looming limestone cliffs, transparent turquois waters and postcard-perfect white sand beaches are still there, but the excessive development over the past decade remains a subject of heated arguments. Those who support the idea of preserving the natural character of the island and those who see only a great prospective for financial profit have not yet come to a compromise. In the meantime you can contribute to Koh Phi Phi’s preservation with your conscious behaviour and support of the operators who follow a sustainable model in providing services to tourists.

Getting to Koh Phi Phi from Krabi

The majority of travellers heading to Koh Phi Phi jump onto boats leaving from Phuket, but it is simply due to the fact that Phuket sees more guests in general and not because this route is more convenient. On the contrary, getting to Koh Phi Phi from Krabi saves you an hour of your sea journey and costs less.

From Krabi to Koh Phi Phi by ferry

Boats from Krabi to Koh Phi Phi leave from Klong Jilard pier located some four km to the southwest of Krabi Town. To get to the pier from Krabi Town use white songthaews (THB30 per person) or negotiate a taxi ride (about THB150).

There are at least four boats a day from Krabi to Koh Phi Phi all year round. Sometimes additional departures are added during peak seasons. Andaman Wave Master has two boats a day at 9am and 1.30pm, both at THB450. Chao Koh Group vessels ply the same route leaving Krabi at 10.30am and 3pm for THB600. Travel time is from 1½ hour to 1¾ hour with either operator and the service provided is very much the same, so choose pricewise.

Note that the price indicated does not include pickup from Krabi Town, Krabi bus station or Krabi airport. You will have to get to the pier by yourself.

Tip: Boats linking Krabi with Koh Phi Phi are relatively small local boats, so if you are prone to seasickness, take all the necessary medicines in advance as the sea is often choppy.

Note: All the passengers arriving to Ton Sai pier on Koh Phi Phi should pay a THB20 ‘pier’ fee which is supposed to be used on cleaning the island.

Getting around on Koh Phi Phi

The Phi Phi islands are 28 of forests fringed with white sand beaches in the middle of Phang Nga bay. Be ready to do a lot of walking as there are literally no paved roads on the island (well, some are under construction right now, but still). You can also charter a longtail boat for short trips around Koh Phi Phi Don and Koh Phi Phi Leh: there are plenty of them in and around Ao Ton Sai. In general the majority of accommodation and services – including Phi Phi Island Hospital – are found in Ton Sai Village which lies in the southern part of a narrow isthmus connecting Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh.

Some of the Koh Phi Phi beaches

Even if Ton Sai bay is the busiest part of the islands, it still remains a stunning place to enjoy the sea. A narrow path crammed with tour operator shops, restaurants and guesthouses to the east brings you to a pleasant Hat Hin Khom beach.

If you go northwards from Ton Sai bay to the other side of the isthmus, you will get to Ao Lo Dalam, which is a party animal’s paradise.

The best corals off Koh Phi Phi’s coast are found near Hat Yao (or Long Beach), which faces south and is the most swimmer-friendly among all the islands’ beaches.

Two long and picturesque eastern bays, Ao Laem Thong and Ao Lo Bakao, are the realm of high-end resorts.

Smaller bays, including Hat Phak Nam, Hat Rantee or Hat To Koh, cater for more budget travellers and offer low-key bungalows. These three beaches are much more tranquil than the overcrowded Ton Sai and Lo Dalam bays. The best way to explore them is to hire a longtail boat and organise some bay-hopping for yourself.

Tip: It is not possible to camp on Maya Beach on Phi Phi Leh (which was featured in The Beach movie) any more and you can enjoy it only during the daytime. If you want more privacy, hire a longtail boat and arrive early in the morning.

Where to stay

Rule #1: Book in advance – especially during the busy periods.
Rule #2: If you hate those pre-booked affairs, do not keep away from the touts who meet all the arriving boats. Yes, they are annoying, but they are helpful: finding an accommodation on Koh Phi Phi these days is not an easy task!
Rule #3: Budget accordingly. THB1000 on Koh Phi Phi means a very simple, no-frills dig, in most cases in the form of a Thai bungalow with a fan and no hot water.


For an island of such a modest size Koh Phi Phi has a lot of things to offer – and they are not at all limited to bucket drinking parties and lazy sunbathing. If snorkelling, diving, kayaking, rock-climbing, hiking and numerous viewpoints which let you take in all that stunning beauty are not enough, enrol to a yoga-on-the-beach course or go on an evening cruise to watch bioluminescent plankton off the shores of the islands. We are sure, you will enjoy your Koh Phi Phi trip: why would you not?

Other destinations from Krabi you may be interested in

From Krabi to Koh Lanta

Koh Lanta, two large islands southeast of Krabi, cannot boast picturesque white sand beaches of Koh Phi Phi or jaw dropping karst landscapes of Krabi. Yet Koh Lanta Yai remains a popular beach destination for Scandinavian package tourists, especially families. There is a good choice of accommodation on the island, great seafood restaurants, a National Park and Lanta Old Town which is packed with Chinese-style souvenir shophouses and is a perfect place for a pleasant stroll.

Boats from Krabi to Koh Lanta connect via Koh Phi Phi. It takes only one hour to get to Koh Lanta from Koh Phi Phi, but note that if you go from Krabi to Phi Phi first, you will have to wait from three to four hours for the next departure. So the total travel time from Krabi to Koh Lanta by boat is from six to seven hours. It makes sense to travel this route only in case you make a stopover on Koh Phi Phi for a couple of days; if you want to go directly from Krabi to Koh Lanta, consider taking a van. An overland trip is not as exciting as a sea journey, but you will reach your destination for less (about THB500) and just in two and a half hours.

From Krabi to Phuket

As in case with Koh Lanta, boats from Krabi to Phuket connect via Koh Phi Phi. It takes about two hours to get from Koh Phi Phi to Phuket. If you are not planning to make a stopover on Koh Phi Phi, take a bus from Krabi Provincial Transport Station to Phuket, which will deliver you to your destination in about four hours.

Krabi to Koh Phi Phi destination reviews

404 customer reviews
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Nov 12, 2019
All fine except it took 30m more
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Sep 3, 2019
It was delayed and small ferry so quite choppy. But this site was cheaper to book tickets, cheaper than in person!
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Jul 31, 2019
The ferry arrived late 45 minutes. On a 90 minute trip it's remarkable. The ferry was stinking and inside it was hot, no a/c or even fans. The toilets were clean, otherwise they'd deserve one star
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Jun 24, 2019
Ferry looked fully booked. Was on lower level so couldn’t see out at all. Arrived pretty much in time
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Mar 12, 2019
Just to better announce that voucher must be change for ticket at the office.
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Mar 5, 2019
We didn’t take the boat We wanted to cancel it but it was impossible unfortunately due to the canceling dead line limit
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Feb 27, 2019
We was late aprox. 1 h. Very long waiting for departue, about 45 min.
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Feb 17, 2019
Poor quality, air conditioning almost doesn’t work on top of it trip took 2,5h instead of declared in the offer 1,5h. I strongly recommend to take speedboat you will pay double but you will arrive in 1h.
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Feb 11, 2019
Just say that it is over 2 hours across. Dont lie and say 90 minutes.
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Jan 30, 2019
The lifevest on the front seat reduces drastically the seat pitch. The boat is kinda old, nothing special but brings at destination.
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Dec 20, 2018
Not organized. Must instruct and keep people up to date Of departure and arrival times.
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Dec 2, 2018
The boat ride was good, just watch out for the scam artist at the Phuket pier that tells you to book your Phi Phi to Phuket ticket now because it’s 650 tbh on Phi Phi and he’ll give you a deal of 450 tbh. Thank goodness I had a feeling something was up and didn’t buy them because they were 350 tbh on Phi Phi. Sad how much there trying to scam the system and the people traveling to Thailand to support there economy....
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Sep 21, 2019
was good but there needs to be toilet paper
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Aug 26, 2019
the bost was 1.5 hours late
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Jun 17, 2019
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Mar 18, 2019
Ontime, nice car, super
ferry Local, Chaokoh Travel Center, Nov 18, 2018
No problems whatsoever

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