Whether you're coming from the north, east, south or west, getting to Koh Lipe is a beautiful experience. We've collected all the information about travelling to the island in this handy travel section, so you can choose the best option for you.
There are no airports on the island, so for the final leg you'll be travelling across the beautiful Andaman Sea by ferry or speedboat. Did you know there are no ATMs on Koh Lipe (and only a handful of foreign exchanges)? So bring some cash with you! If you're travelling to Koh Lipe from Bangkok, or the north of Thailand you have heaps of options; from the charm of the railways, to the convenience of air travel. Or perhaps you're visiting Koh Lipe from Malaysia? Don't worry, we have you covered from every angle, with some of the easiest travel options in the region.
Bangkok and Northen Thailand
Including: Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Samui - Phuket
The journey from Bangkok and the north of Thailand to Koh Lipe is a wonderful entrance route, and a common passage for travellers. It's worth a little planning, but if planes, trains and automobiles (and ferries) are your thing, you're in for an unforgettable experience, as you journey south from the heady north, to this quiet paradise island.
Including: Satun - Hat Yai - Pak Bara - Lang Nu
You can reach Koh Lipe from many destinations in Southern Thailand, including Koh Samui and many other hotspots in the Gulf of Thailand. There are several operators offering shuttles, including minibuses and ferries from door to door. We've rounded up the most popular departure points to Koh Lipe.
Including: Phi Phi - Phuket - Krabi - Lanta - Mook - Ngai - Bulon - Tarutao - Langkawi
Travelling throughout the island's of the Andaman Sea is as easy as one, two, three: one, get on a ferry; two, ride the ferry; three, get off the ferry. The excellent and growing network of ferry services throughout the region ensures that the holidaymakers are kept flowing throughout the high season.
Including: Malaysia - Langkawi - Kuala Lumpa - Kuah - Telaga
There's a lot to like about Malaysia, not least the easy access it offers to Koh Lipe. The two countries share an excellent network of ferries and buses to ensure journeying between the neighbours is a simple and stress-free experience. Consider the various options, and your journey to Koh Lipe will be a breeze.