There is currently just the 1 ferry route running between Koh Mak and Koh Kood operated by 1 ferry company – Boonsiri High Speed Ferries. The Koh Mak (Ao Nid Pier) to Koh Kood (Ao Salad Pier) ferry crossing operates weekly with a scheduled sailing duration from about 40 minutes.
Whilst we’ve taken great care to ensure the information on this page is correct, as the frequency and duration of crossings on all routes can vary from time to time we’d advise that you get a live quote for current availability on this Koh Mak Koh Kood crossing between Koh Mak (Ao Nid Pier) and Koh Kood (Ao Salad Pier).
Koh Mak is a small Thai island of Trat Province in the Gulf of Thailand, close to the Cambodian border.
Measuring only 16-square-kilometres and boasting secluded beaches devoid of bustling tourist hotspots, Koh Mak is the ultimate island getaway. The sandy shorelines are world-beaters and the waters offer some of the finest snorkelling and diving spots in the country.
Away from the picturesque beaches lies an idyllic Buddhist temple in the heart of the jungle, as well as 3 fishing villages which are well worth visiting, too.
Koh Mak is a useful stop-off point before sailing to the popular island of Koh Kut to the south, with frequent high-speed crossings departing from the pier on the southeast coast. The mainland is also within easy reach by ferry, making Koh Mak a great departure point for exploring some of Thailand’s top destinations.
Koh Kood is the easternmost Thai island before the Cambodian border, part of Trat Province in the Gulf of Thailand.
Calm, collected and jaw-droppingly picturesque, Koh Kood is often lauded as Thailand’s finest island. Partygoers tend to skip this slice of paradise for its lack of clubbing options, leaving a relaxing getaway for families, couples and backpackers seeking total bliss. A typical day can involve snorkelling, kayaking, jungle-trekking or simply relaxing on the beach until the sun goes down. The majority of cafes, bars and shops can be found near the Khlong Chao area towards the west, and, for accommodation, you can choose from an extensive range of budget, beachfront hostels and luxurious resorts.
The Thai mainland and Koh Mak offer regular ferry crossings to Koh Kood, arriving at Ao Salad Pier on the west coast, close to the tourist amenities and popular beaches.