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Apparently saying we’re heading from Krabi to Koh Lanta on the bus and ferry was wrong, according to Stace (fine, and Google) Koh Lanta is still part of the Krabi Province – Thailand keeps confusing me with their provinces 😛 Krabi or not, Ao Nang has been a blast, but it’s time to keep the travel alive and grab a minivan and ferry combo to the island vibes of Koh Lanta.

Getting to Koh Lanta took a lot longer than the ticket time, but when it comes to travel days in Thailand you often just have to sit back and roll with it, nothing else you can do and getting mad doesn’t change anything other than your mood. Despite the time it took, we’re still pleased we took the bus / minivan option and not the ferry only – we’ve heard some pretty bad stories of how crammed they are and limited air con, or just having to stand outside in the sun, wind and salt for hours on end.

Check out our Koh Lanta accom, such a good spot:

Koh Lanta is freakin awesome by the way. We love it here. Have a few videos to share from Ko Lanta but we both got the flu and didn’t explore as much as we would have liked.

K bye.

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23 Replies to “CONFUSING THAILAND TRAVEL DAY | Ao Nang To Koh Lanta Bus & Ferry”

  1. Ivan B

    Right, flying from Ko Samui to Krabi. Going to Ko Lanta. In march. TAXI it is. Big time. Just 2 of us. I don't mind how much.
    Don't want to share van , no way !!. So should we do this online or just outside Krabi airport….to get TAXI
    to our place in Ko Lanta. Cheers, Thanks

  2. D Watts

    The stop start buses,,,Hang on to your luggage. This is when everything gets stolen. Do not put your bags under the bus. Hang on to them at all cost.

  3. Susan Pares

    I went to Koh Lanta last year and I took a private transfer to get there from Ao Nang, it was called Amazing Lanta and it was worth every penny!
    It was a 2 hour transfer, tops!
    Highly recommend it to anyone!
    I also stayed at the Long Beach Chalet in Long Beach which is right on the water.
    That was a little pricey too, but I am so glad that I did, the accommodations, food and service were outstanding!
    Koh Lanta was my favorite place in Thailand!
    Love watching your videos, have fun!! :–)

  4. Fino Menezes

    Did you guys get to meet Darren, Aorn and their son Ananda in Ao Nang/Krabi? They upload some great vlogs. Though I have a funny feeling they might have been on holiday in Koh Lanta while you were in Ao Nang

  5. April and Tim Travel

    This vlog perfectly captures the vibe of travel in Thailand. So often we felt like there was no option but just go with the flow. We quickly learnt that 2 hours travel time normally means 2-6 hours travel time. But when you're in a country that is so beautiful and where food and drinks are available EVERYWHERE then you can't really complain.

  6. DC9990

    The beeping is basically just so the driver knows when he’s speeding, 9/10 you’ll here that a lot each time you’re in a van going around.

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