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Ko Sukorn

Getting there and away


Most people book transfers from Trang to Ko Sukorn for 200 baht. However, public songthaews run all the way to the pier at Tasae for 70 baht, departing around noon everyday.

From Tasae, public longtail ferries (40 baht) leave regularly throughout the day and once on Ko Sukorn, at the pier, motorbike taxis will be waiting to take you to any of the island's resorts for 50 baht.

Note that during low season the seas between Sukorn and the mainland can be rough, so boats only run if and when it's safe to go.

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