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Ko Kradan

Getting there and away


As one of Trang's most isolated islands, Ko Kradan is also one of the most expensive to get to.

Since there are no public boats making the trip directly, your only option if coming from Trang is to book a transfer from a Trang island tourist office -- expect to pay around 600 baht per person.

Reaching Ko Kradan from neighbouring islands isn't any cheaper, though most resorts on Ko Ngai and Ko Muk will be happy to help arrange a pricey but fun and refreshing ride on a private longtail boat in the 500-600 baht range.

Updates from Travelfish readers

  • We visited Koh Kradan in late January of 2012. We arranged transport through PJ Guesthouse -- 450 baht each for minivan from town (leaving 11:00 a.m.) to the port and boat to the island. Same price coming back, arranged through our guesthouse.

    Update by sullivanmarc (4)
    Written on 22nd June, 2012

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