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Ko Ngai

Getting there and away


If pre-booking your accommodation, as many choose to do, your resort will offer to pick you up in Trang or Pakmeng and ferry you directly to their door. Keep in mind, though, there are no general agreed upon fees for this service and there have been reports of some resorts charging significantly more than others, so it's smart to inquire about transfer costs before booking.

If heading here on your own the tourist offices in Trang or Pakmeng will be happy to book a minibus and ferry to Ko Ngai at around the 500 baht mark. Ko Ngai is also on the Bundhaya speedboat island hopping route, so if coming from Ko Lanta, Ko Muk or Ko Lipe, they're the cheapest and fastest option.

Otherwise, longtail boats can be privately chartered from just about anywhere, but expect to pay significantly more for them.

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