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  • ike

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    how long does it take to get to maenam pier (for lomprayah catamaran service to ko phangan) from ko samui airport?
    am trying to estimate timing with flight (bkk to samui) and pickup at 13;00 in thong sala.
    doesn't necessarily have to be catamaran service.

    if to bophut or other samui piers, how long does it take to get there from ko samui airport?

    also, how is bike riding from had khom to ban tai in august? is that an unrealistic distance? or feasible within an hours' time?
    anyone have experience biking on ko phangan? or other suggestion for transport?

    thanks very much!

    #1 Posted: 13/7/2007 - 21:36

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    Hi Ike,

    By pickup about 20 minutes, depending on how many stops they make enroute.

    Bophut is far closer - 5-10 minutes, Big Buddha pier 5 minutes.

    You could do Haad Khom to Ban Tai in an hour (I'm assuming you're talking about a motorbike!)

    #2 Posted: 16/7/2007 - 09:25

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