Lanta Sand Resort & Spa, can arrange surface transfer from any place in Krabi,Trang, Phuket and Phangna provinces.
80 minute travel by flight away from Bangkok, then from Krabi airport
our transportation consists of 2 hrs drive to the resort.
Phuket airport 5 hrs and Trang Airport 2.5 hrs.
Airport transfer price :
1-way from Krabi International Airport @ THB 2,800 (Max. 6 pax)
1-way from Phuket International Airport @ THB 4,700 (Max. 6 pax)
For the transportations are include only two ferry crossings the sea.
Ferry crossings service time from 06.30 am - 9.30 pm ( 20 minute for one time)
High & Peak season(1 November - 30 April) : Tourist can do travel by regular boat from Krabi, Koh Jum,Phi Phi, Koh Mook, Koh Kradan, Koh Lepe, Buron, Phuket
Green season (1 May - 31 October) : For regular boat please check day by day
For transportation same as in High & Peak season.
The prime location for relaxing on Ko Lanta. This is the second beach, lies down from north to south on the west coast of Ko Lanta. The beach will provide you a beautiful sunset scene during the eventing time with direct access from resort
TANOD NATIONAL PARK
Laem Tanod is located at the end of Koh Lanta Yai as the last attraction of the Westside beaches in the area of Mu Koh Lanta National Park. The cape that sticks out into the sea forms a beach on ach sideone in the east is white and sandy as long as 150 meters, and the Westside one made up of rocks called by the locals Hin Ngam Beach.
TUNG YEE PENG VILLAGE, ECO TOUR
Tung Yee Peng, a small village of the East coast of Koh Lanta. A walkway leads through the mangrove forest, from where you can observe small crabs on the ground of the forest. The way ends at a fish farm in a canal with a floating restaurant. But you can also take a trip on a longtailboat or kayak to feeding monkeys and enjoying the nature or drive to islands as Ko Aung, Ko Talabeng (with caves) and Ko Bu Bu.
LANTA OLD TOWN
Koh Lanta’s Old Town is on the waterfront on the east coast of Koh Lanta Yai. This is a truly unique place with lots of character and atmosphere. It is definitely Koh Lanta’s heritage and dates back to hundreds of years ago. You can still see the original wooden Chinese shop houses. It has remained what it was back then – a fishing village where Thai life goes on the way it has done for years. it’s well worth spending an afternoon here exploring.