Photo: Plenty of secluded spots on the east coast.

Ko Tao is so big, we’ve split it up into areas, select one of the below for detailed accommodation and food listings in that area. Sights and general overviews for Ko Tao as a whole can be found via the icons above. Don’t know where to start? Read an overview of Ko Tao’s different areas.

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Transport

Use the quicklinks below to jump to the desired section regarding transport in and around Ko Tao East Coast.


Getting around

Ao Leuk
A longtail from Mae Haad costs 800B for one or two people and 400B apiece after that. A return longtail will cost 1200B for four people. More reasonable are the songthaews that charge 300B for the first two people and then 150B apiece. Be sure to arrange a return pick up time.

Lang Khaay
Expect to pay 800B for one or two people and 400B/person after the second by boat. A return longtail will cost 150 B for four people. Songthaews are a better deal, costing 300-400B for one or two people and 150-200B apiece thereafter.

Tanote
A songthaew to Tanote Bay from Mae Haad should cost around 500B for the first two passengers and then 150B each thereafter. Longtails from Mae Haad will cost 800B for one or two and then 400B/person. A return longtail will cost 1500B for four people.

Laem Thian
A longtail will cost you 1000B for one or two people and 500B each thereafter to access Laem Thian on the opposite end of the island. A return longtail will cost 1500B for four people.A songthaew typically costs 500-600B for one or two people and 150-200B each after two.

Hin Wong
A longtail to/from Mae Haad costs 800B for one or two people and then 400B/person. A return longtail will cost 1500B for four people. A songthaew to Hin Wong will cost at least 400B for the first two people and then 150B/person.

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Ko Tao East Coast? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Thailand.


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