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Ko Muk

Getting there and away


Boats to Ko Muk depart from the small Kuangtungku Pier, to and from where two local ferries ply back and forth each day.

Kuangtungku is located directly across from Ko Muk but relatively far from Pakmeng and Haad Yao, so it's cheapest to book a mini bus and ferry ticket from Trang town for 300 baht, which any Trang travel agent will be happy to arrange.

Upon arrival at the Ao Kham pier you can take a moto taxi to Haad Farang for 50 baht. Otherwise, it's not too difficult to walk from one side to the other in 20 to 30 minutes.

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