Nopparat Thara Pier is the closest long distance ferry pier to Ao Nang Beach in Krabi Province. The main ferry terminal in Krabi Province is Klong Jilad Pier, which is 19 km from Ao Nang, whereas Nopparat Thara Pier is 4 km or less from the resorts in Ao Nang, making Nopparat Thara Pier an
Kong Ka Pier is located right in the centre of Krabi Town. Kong Ka Pier used to be one of the main ferry piers in Krabi Province, although its importance has declined since the opening of Klong Jilad Pier which is now the main long distance ferry pier located 4 km from Krabi Town Centre.
Klong Jilad Pier is a long distance ferry pier close to Krabi Town. The most popular and frequent services from Klong Jilad Pier are to Koh Phi Phi. The cheapest ferry services from the mainland Thailand to Koh Phi Phi depart from Klong Jilad Pier and this is the major reason why people choose to
Ao Nammao Pier in Krabi Province is the departure point for longtail boats to Railay Beach. Longtail boats are long thin wooden boats with a motor driven propeller which have been traditionally used by fisherman in Southern Thailand. These small boats are now frequently used for short distance water taxi services in coastal areas of
Saladan Pier is one of two ferry piers on Koh Lanta. The other ferry pier on Koh Lanta, which is called Khlong Mak Pier, is where the car ferry to the closest point on the mainland arrives and departs. Saladan Pier is where the long distance ferry and speedboat services arrive and depart, as well
Khlong Mak Pier in one of two major passenger ferry piers in Koh Lanta. Saladan Pier, which is Koh Lanta’s other major ferry pier, is the departure and arrival point for long distance ferry services to and from Koh Lanta. Khlong Mak Pier is the arrival and departure point for the car ferry service between