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Koh Samui Ferry Terminals

Koh Samui’s ferry terminals are your gateway to visiting the many tropical destinations.

There are several ports designed to take travellers to a variety of nearby islands and towns.

Koh Samui, Koh Phangan & Koh Tao Ferry Terminals, Tickets & Schedule


The Bang Rak Pier, also known as the Seatran Bangrak Pier, is conveniently located near the Samui Airport. This makes it easy for visitors who want to be transported right after arrival. The Bang Rak Pier services the Seatran Discovery ferry’s routes that can take you to many of the best beaches in Koh Samui such as Chaweng and Lamai.

The Nathon Pier is the main ferry port of Koh Samui. Located in the capital town, Nathon Pier has three jetties. The northern jetty caters to the Seatran Discovery company, the central ferry terminal is for the Lomprayah ferries, while the southern jetty caters to the Thai longtail boats and fishing boats. It’s also ideal for situating yourself in one of the many hotels near Nathon Pier if your itinerary includes island-hopping around Koh Samui.

The Maenam Pier ferry terminals services boat transfers to and from Koh Tao in the Surat Thani mainland and Koh Phangan. This is where you can find several fast catamaran boat transfers to take you to the many beaches nearby. Aside from transfers, the Maenam Pier also caters to visitors going on snorkelling day trips.

The Thong Sala Pier is a great jump-off point for visiting nearby islands. It gets very busy, especially around the Full Moon season, as the islands come alive with these legendary parties. But near the Thong Sala Pier are numerous charming accommodation and great beaches that are also worth discovering.

Other ferry terminals near Koh Samui include Chaloklum Pier and Mae Haad Pier. All the terminals are busy throughout the year, especially during the peak season, but they are also equipped with modern conveniences such as waiting rooms, ATM’s, and shops. It is always advisable to book your tickets ahead of time.



Bang Rak Pier

Bang Rak Pier

Bophut, Koh Samui

The Bang Rak Pier is located northeast on Koh Samui. It’s also known as the Seatran Bangrak Pier because it services the different routes of the Seatran Discovery ferry company. The pier is one of the busiest on...

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Nathon Pier

Nathon Pier

Nathon, Koh Samui

Nathon Pier, found on the north-western area of Koh Samui between Lipa Noi and Laem Yai, is the island’s primary ferry port. Although Nathon is Samui’s capital town, it has maintained its tranquil...

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Maenam Pier

Maenam Pier

Maenam, Koh Samui

Maenam Pier is found on the northern part of Samui. It’s also conveniently located right next to a beautiful but underrated beach, which is worth discovering. The pier has a small dock, although it’s good...

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Thong Sala Pier

Thong Sala Pier

Thong Sala, Koh Phangan

The Thong Sala Pier in Koh Phangan is the perfect jump-off point to explore the nearby islands. It’s located on the southwest of the island; a quick 45 minutes away from Koh Samui. Most travellers arrive on the...

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Chaloklum Pier

Chaloklum Pier

Chaloklum, Koh Phangan

Chaloklum Pier is located in the main fishing village in north Koh Phangan. The area is known for its laid-back charm, so it’s no surprise that many ex-pats have chosen to live in this area over other busy parts...

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Mae Haad Pier

Mae Haad Pier

Mae Haad, Koh Tao

Mae Haad Pier is the only ferry terminal in Koh Tao, as well as the main port on the island. Only serving as a pier, there are no facilities provided here other than the wooden walkway itself. Even though the pier...

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