Koh Kood Ferry Timetables and Ticket Prices 2024-25

High Season Timetable (16 October – 15 May)

Laem Sok to Kood

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Koh Kood Express Speedboat600 Baht10:0011:00
Boonsiri Ferry600 Baht10:4511:45
Koh Kood Express*500 Baht11:3012:30
Seudamgo *600 Baht12:0013:20
Koh Kood Princess350 Baht12:3013:45
Koh Kood Express500 Baht13:3014:40
Seudamgo600 Baht14:2015:20
Boonsiri Ferry600 Baht14:4015:40
Seudamgo600 Baht16:0017:00

* Service goes via Koh Mak

Koh Kood to Laem Sok

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Boonsiri Ferry600 Baht09:0009:50
Koh Kood Express *500 Baht09:3010:45
Koh Kood Princess350 Baht10:0011:15
Seudamgo600 Baht10:0011:00
Koh Kood Express500 Baht11:3012:40
Boonsiri Ferry500 Baht12:0012:50
Seudamgo600 Baht12:3013:30
Koh Kood Express Speedboat600 Baht13:0014:00
Seudamgo *600 Baht13:5015:20

* Service goes via Koh Mak

Low Season Boat Timetable (16 May – 15 October)

During the Low Season the timetables can change depending on the weather and demand. In addition some services may not run if the boats are undergoing annual maintenance.

Laem Sok to Koh Kood

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Boonsiri Ferry600 Baht10:4511:45
Koh Kood Express500 Baht11:3012:30
Seudamgo600 Baht12:0013:00
Koh Kood Princess350 Baht12:3013:30
Boonsiri Ferry600 Baht14:2015:20
Seudamgo600 Baht16:0017:00


Koh Kood to Laem Sok

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Boonsiri Ferry600 Baht09:0010:15
Koh Kood Princess350 Baht10:0011:00
Seudamgo600 Baht10:0011:00
Koh Kood Express500 Baht11:3012:30
Boonsiri Ferry600 Baht12:0013:00
Seudamgo600 Baht13:3014:30

Passenger Boats to Koh Kood

Koh Kood is located around 45Km from the mainland and is accessible only by passenger ferry and speedboat.  There isn’t an airport on the island, although the Soneva Kiri Resort does have a private airstrip on a nearby island, for its very wealthy guests to use.

There are four boat companies running regular services to Koh Kood from Laem Sok pier on the mainland. These are ‘Koh Kood Princess’ , ‘Koh Kood Express , Seudamgo and  ‘Boonsiri Ferry.   These companies all operate, large, high speed vessels. A fifth company, Superjet Ferry ran service briefly in 2019 – 20 but closed during covid and has not resumed services.

The newest, fastest boat is the Seudamgo caramaran which takes 84 people and can do the journey between the mainland and Koh Kood in around 40 minutes (assuming good weather). They also operate the last boat of the day to Koh Kood which is at 16:00.

The most comfortable vessel is probably the catamaran operated by Boonsiri Ferry which also offers free wi-fi onboard.  And the cheapest is the Koh Kood Princess which has tickets for just 350 Baht / person.  Their prices haven’t increased for several years.

The boats all depart from the ferry terminal at Laem Sok pier, Trat.

Koh Kood Express (formerly Ko Kut Express) run both a large passenger boat, a catamaran and also a speedboat service.  They took over the running of the Siriwhite speedboat, which you will see mentioned on some websites, and re-branded it at the Ko Kut Express Speedboat in 2015.  The old speedboat was replaced by a modern, triple-engined, catamaran speedboat in late 2019. From 2022 onwards they will run two large ferries and one speedboat per day during high season.

As yet, there are no vehicle ferries to the island.  Which ensures the island remains far quieter than other large islands in Thailand.  However all boat companies provide secure parking for passengers arriving by car.  The boat company’s ticket offices and parking areas are all marked on the map at the bottom of this page. Parking is 50 Baht / day.

Some of the luxury resorts also run their own speedboat services for guests, so if you are staying at a 5 star hotel then it’s worth inquiring if they include the transfer when booking a room.

New for 2023-24. Bus & Boat between Koh Kood and Siem Reap, Battambang, Koh Rong. Details here.

Laem Sok pier.  The Mainland Port for Boats to Koh Kood

Laem Sok is located at the very southernmost tip of a peninsula about 20 minutes drive from Trat town.  The ferry piers for Koh Chang are around 45 minutes drive away and Trat Airport is an hour away.

There’s very little else on this peninsula apart from some local hamlets; fishing and farming communities; a large area of protected mangroves and a couple of resorts.  The aging Ban Pu Resort and the far nicer, newer Analay Check In and Chill Out.  This is a new resort located a stone’s throw from the ferry pier and ideal for anyone arriving late afternoon and wanting a good value place to stay before catching the boat the next morning.

It is important to note that the boats to Koh Kood stop running mid-afternoon, even in High Season.

From November to May the last scheduled departure is the Seudamgo catamaran at 16:00.   ( In Low Season the last sailing is at 13:00 ).  If you are arriving after this time and want to get to Koh Kood the same day, the only option is a private speedboat.  However, that isn’t cheap, expect to pay around 15 – 20,000 Baht for a one way trip.

So getting to the pier the same day you want to get to Koh Kood requires either a very early start from Bangkok or having a night in Trat.  If you are coming from Koh Chang, then all you need to do , during High Season, is buy a ticket for either the Bangbao Boat or Kai Bae Hut speedboat service.  They both run daily services from 1 November until 30 April.

However, it is important to bear in mind that from May to October, there are no inter-island boat services.  So getting from Koh Chang to Koh Kood during the Low Season entails having to head back to the mainland and then to a different pier.  Which is a hassle.

Make sure you are aware of this when booking an off -season, two island holiday.

As there are only passenger boats to Koh Kood, arranging transport direct to your hotel isn’t possible.  Fortunately, when you arrive on Koh Kood, all boat services provide transport to your resort.   There is no additional charge for this as it is included in the price of your boat ticket.

Going to Koh Mak?  The speedboat timetables are here.

Likewise, when you return from Koh Kood to the mainland, the transport from your hotel to the pier is included in the price.  The exception is with the Koh Kood Express Speedboat – which picks up from resort piers on the west coast of the island from locations including, and north of, Bangbao Bay.  This just leaves you to plan how you will get to the mainland pier.

Search and book tickets online . . .

How to Get from Bangkok or Trat Airport to Laem Sok pier

By Plane:

If you are flying into Trat on Bangkok Airways flight PG301 or PG305 then you will be able to get to Laem Sok and onwards to Koh Kood the same day.

Bangkok Airways operates a shared minibus service to Laem Sok pier, 700 Baht per person, but tickets when you land in Trat.  Alternatively, private transport by car or minibus can be booked e car or minibus can be booked from 1,500 Baht here

For more information on flying to Trat and then getting to Laem Sok, read this guide to Trat Airport

By Car:

Driving to the pier from Suvarnabhumi Airport or a hotel in Bangkok is very straightforward.  There are good roads all the way and there is rarely any delays due to traffic jams or roadworks.  Figure on around 5 to 5 and a half hours driving time, allowing for one quick stop on the way.  All boat companies provide secure, covered parking at the pier.  This is charged at 50 Baht per day (24 hours)

By Bus:

There are regular bus services from Bangkok to Trat and it is also possible to take a public minibus from Ekkamai or Morchit bus station.

Bus Bangkok - Trat ฿ 316–700 5h – 8h 14m
  •   Express 07:30
  •   Intercity 05:00, 06:00, 06:15, 07:00, 07:15, 08:00, 08:30, 09:00, 09:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 14:30, 15:30, 17:00, 18:30
  •   Minibus 05:30, 07:00

But if you want to go direct from Bangkok to Laem Sok pier then you will have to use the private bus service run by Boonsiri Ferry.  This connects with their boat.  This departs at 05:30 and 08:00 from the Khao San Road area in Bangkok during High Season.  A combined bus and boat ticket costs 850 Baht, which is good value.  However, note that there are regular negative comments made by passengers on the driving skills of the bus drivers.  More details

For anyone staying in Trat, all the ferry companies provide transport, by ‘songtaew’ shared pick up truck taxi, from hotels in Trat to Laem Sok pier.  The price is 38 Baht per person, payable to the driver.

You’ll be able to buy your boat tickets a from your hotel in Trat when you arrive.  Or they can be booked direct with boat companies online. However, outside the peak New Year and Thai New Year (Songkran) holidays, advance booking isn’t usually required.

Private Transfer by car or minibus

As already mentioned, private transfers by car or minibus are available from Trat Airport.  But they can also be arranged for people heading to Koh Kood from Don Meuang Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport and hotels in Bangkok or  Pattaya Airport. Prices are from 4,400 Baht for a private car from a hotel in Bangkok to the pier.  More prices and online booking. If you are flying into Don Meuang then you’ll need to be on a flight that lands before 05:00 to be sure of getting to the island the same day, and from Suvarnabhumi Airport, a flight that lands before 06:00.

At Laem Sok Pier

Laem Sok pier, Trat

Laem Sok pier is a very ‘no frills’ pier, just a long concrete pier stretching out into the ocean.  Fortunately, the boat companies provide comfortable waiting areas complete with toilets, coffee-shop, simple restaurants and car parks for people waiting for their boat.

This main pier is where the large passenger boats depart and arrive.  There is a separate pier, known locally as ‘Coral pier’, about 5 minutes drive away, which is often – but not always – used by speedboats from resorts and the Koh Kood Express speedboat.

 Laem Sok Pier Location Map:


Boats From Koh Chang to Koh Kood

Hopping from Koh Chang to Koh Mak and Koh Kood during the High Season is very easy.  You can use the daily speedboat, catamaran and wooden boat services to get from Koh Chang to the outlying islands.

The services are run by Kai Bae Hut Speedboat, Bangbao Boat and Boonsiri Ferry.  The cheapest tickets are on the wooden boat.  The most expensive are on the speedboat. The most comfortable is the airconditioned Boonsiri Ferry.

Ticket prices include transfer by pick up by taxi from your hotel on Koh Chang to the pier and also from the pier on Koh Kood to your hotel.  If you are travelling by speedboat the boat will drop you off ( or pick you up ) at your resort’s pier on Koh Kood or the nearest point.

It takes around an hour and  a half to two hours to get from Koh Chang to Koh Kood.  This includes a brief stop on Koh Mak when some passengers will get on and off.

If you are staying at the north end of Koh Kood, for example at Baan Makok, then your total journey time will be about 20 minutes shorter than someone staying much further south on Koh Kood e.g. at Siam Beach Resort in Bangbao Bay.

Koh Chang  to Koh Kood  ( High Season 1 November – 30 April )

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Kai Bae Hut Speedboat1,200 Baht09:0010:45
Boonsiri Ferry900 Baht09:0010:30
Bangbao Boat wooden boat700 Baht09:3012:00
Boonsiri Ferry750 Baht10:0011:45
Bangbao Boat1,200 Baht12:3014:15


Koh Kood to Koh Chang  ( High Season 1 November – 30 April )

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Bangbao Boat1,200 Baht09:0010:45
Kai Bae Hut Speedboat1,200 Baht11:0012:45
Bangbao Boat wooden boat700 Baht13:0016:00
Boonsiri Ferry750 Baht14:0015:30

Boats From Cambodia to Koh Kood

At present there aren’t any boat services from Cambodia to Koh Kood.  However, in late 2023 Boonsiri Ferry began operating a service which connects the Trat islands to Hat Lek, on the Cambodian border.

This is a great option for anyone who is heading to (or coming from)  Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville or islands such as Koh Rong or Koh Kong in Cambodia.


Hat Lek to Koh Kood  ( High Season 1 November – 31 May )

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Boonsiri Ferry700 Baht13:0014:00


Koh Kood to Hat Lek  ( High Season 1 November – 31 May )

Boat CompanyTicket PriceDepartArrive
Boonsiri Ferry700 Baht10:4511:30



205 thoughts on “Koh Kood Ferry Guide

  • January 10, 2020 at 5:19 pm

    Hello, I’d like to take a boat from
    Koh Chang to Koh Kood in the end of the month, but I’m not sure if there is any parking lot at Koh Chang to leave our car close to the pier, or how much it would cost, as we are coming back through Koh Chang as well. Thank you very much

    • January 10, 2020 at 11:37 pm

      It will be better to take the Kai Bae Hut Speedboat. As they have a free car park at the resort. You can park in Bangbao but it is expensive to leave your car car for a few days.

  • December 31, 2019 at 2:59 am

    On the 2.jan. our family is going from Bangkok to Koh Kood. The last boat from Laem Sok to Koh Kood is at 15.00 right? And do you have a exact adress on the pir that I can give to the driver?
    Br Brian

  • December 30, 2019 at 2:50 am


    I have booked tickets for the Koh Kood Princess back to Laem Sok. But now I’ve been hearing it’s “very slow” so I’m worried. Is the above timetable not correct? I need to be arriving at Laem Sok around 11:15 like it says in the timetable.
    Do I need to book the Koh Kut Express instead?

    • December 30, 2019 at 3:08 am

      The Koh Kood Princess and Koh Kut Express usually arrive at about the same time. Maybe a few minutes difference. Timetables wont be exact. It also depends on passengers being ready to be picked up on time etc and the weather conditions.

  • December 28, 2019 at 1:07 am

    I’m in Koh Kood now and tomorrow I need to go to Koh Chang, is it possible to take the Bangbao Boat leaving at 9.00?
    Thank you

    • December 28, 2019 at 1:22 am

      You can buy a ticket at a tour agent on Koh Kood

  • December 27, 2019 at 3:19 am

    Hello, we are in Koh Kood right now and in a couple of days we’ll go to Trat, in the city center.
    I’ll need a songtaew or a taxi, where could I find it? On the pier or at the superjet ferry parking?
    Thanks a lot

    • December 27, 2019 at 3:37 am

      There will be songtaews waiting at the pier when you arrive.

  • November 16, 2019 at 3:44 am

    Bonjour est-ce qu’il est possible d’embarquer avec un véhicule (type van) sur un des ferries de Laem Sok à Koh Lood ?

    • November 16, 2019 at 4:18 am

      Hi Celine. There aren’t any vehicle ferries to Koh Kood. Only passenger boats/ But all the ferry companies have secure car parking near the pier.

  • November 12, 2019 at 7:49 pm

    hi !

    What is the best way to reach Laem Sok from Trat Airport?
    And who long does it take ?
    I would like to be sure i can catch de last ferry if i arrive at 12h45 at trat airport

    Thank You !


    • November 12, 2019 at 11:54 pm

      You can take a minibus or private transfer from the airport to Laem Sok pier. You won’t have any problems getting to the pier for the last boat, the Koh Kut Express Speedboat, at 15:00.

      See tratairportguide.com for information

  • October 30, 2019 at 2:37 pm


    I will go from Laem Sok to Ko Kood in November.

    I’m confused about the Koh Kut Express schedule.
    The global timetable mentions 10:00, 13:00, 15:00 while the Koh Kut Express page mentions only 10:00, 13:00.
    Anybody can confirm which information is right ? Is there a 15:00 Koh Kut Express ferry to Ko Kood in November ?

    Is bus timetable from Bangkok to Trat exhaustive and accurate ?
    I have difficulties to find this information on the web.


    • November 4, 2019 at 6:11 am

      There is a speedboat at 15:00. I’ve updated the timetable now

  • October 12, 2019 at 8:57 am

    Hi, is there a ferry from Ko Wai to Ko Kut, or will I need to get a speedboat? And will there be included land transfer to Ko Kut hotel on arrival?

    • October 12, 2019 at 9:30 am

      There aren’t any ferries but you can taker the Bangbao Boat speedboat. It stops at Koh Wai on the way from Koh Chang to Koh Kood. Buy your ticket when you are on Koh Wai.

    • November 28, 2019 at 4:22 am

      Hi, there is a slowboat from Ko Wai to Ko Kut (via Ko Mak). It leaves in the morning (at 10, but when we had to catch the boat last week it arrived at 9:40, and left before 10, so I guess it would be better to be at the pier early).

      • November 28, 2019 at 7:54 am

        Thanks Mirta. That is the Bangbao Boat slow boat. But it will only stop on Koh Wai if people have booked tickets.

  • October 11, 2019 at 8:30 am

    I will be driving my car from Pattaya to Leam Sok pier to catch the ferry to Koh Kood , Can I leave my car safely there ? I will also traveling to Koh Chang from Koh Kood for a few days then back to Leam Sok to get my Car is this Ok?

    • October 12, 2019 at 9:29 am

      All the ferry companies have secure, covered parking at their offices near the pier for 50 Baht / day. It doesn’t matter how you travel back to get your car.

    • November 10, 2019 at 12:35 am

      If we are going from laem sok to koh kuud on the 12:30 boat November 11th. where do you embark on koh kuud? We will be picked up by Soneva. So need to know the exact pier. Can’t find this information on the site . Thank you

      • November 10, 2019 at 12:38 am

        The passenger boats all use the pier at ‘Ao Salad’ in the north of the island. Just tell your resort which boat you will be on and they will know where to pick you up.

  • September 18, 2019 at 2:56 am

    I will be visiting Koh chang and Koh Kood from 12 to 14 of October with a motorbike.
    1. which one of the boat available in that dates allow me to travel with my motorbike (mainland to Koh Chand/back and Mainland to Koh Kood/back)?
    2. it is confirmed that there are no boat trvelling between the two Island in the above dates?
    Many Thanks

    • September 20, 2019 at 8:42 am

      You can take a motorbike on either of the vehicle ferries from the mainland to Koh Chang, that’s no problem. Koh Kut Express have space for a couple of scooters on their ferry. You could try contacting them.

      Boonsiri Ferry are scheduled to start their service from Koh Kood to Koh Chang on 1 October, but you can;t take a motorbike on their boat.

  • September 9, 2019 at 6:24 am

    Hi! Are there other alternatives going to Koh Kood from Laem Sok Pier on the same day if I’m taking the PG305 flight on 21 September? Seems from the schedules available, I won’t make it from Trat Airport to the last ferry.

    • September 9, 2019 at 7:13 am

      There aren’t any public ferries in the afternoon during low season.

      So the only option would be a private speedboat. However that’s expensive. Around 15,000 – 20,000 Baht. Your hotel on Koh Kood would be able to arrange that for you.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *