Where is Koh Yao Noi?
Koh Yao Noi is located on the edge of Phang Nga Bay and we hired a longtail for the day to explore the amazing islands. Koh Hong, in particular, was incredible. The beach was immaculate, the sand felt like talcum powder under my feet and with very few people sharing the beach with us, it felt like I was in heaven.
How do you get to Koh Yao Noi?
Koh Yao Noi is easy enough to reach by longtail or speed boat from Phuket and Krabi, both of which have airports. What is this? From Phuket, boats depart from the Bangrong pier almost hourly and cost 200 baht. From Krabi, head to the Ta Len pier and catch either a longtail or speed boat.
How do you get from Bangkok to Koh Yao Noi?
There is no direct connection from Bangkok to Koh Yao Noi. However, you can take the train to Suvarnabhumi Airport, take the walk to Suvarnabhumi airport, fly to Phuket, take the walk to Phuket Airport, take the bus to Thalang Temple, take the taxi to Phuket Bang Rong Pier, then take the Speedboat to Koh Yao Noi.
How do you get from Phuket to Koh Yao Noi?
Ko Yao Noi is a 30- to 60-minute boat ride away from either Phuket or Krabi, with regular longtail and speedboat ferry services daily. Travel time varies depending on the boat used. Trips to and from the Phang Nga mainland take 90 minutes.
How do you get from Bangkok to Koh Yao Yai?
The cheapest way to get from Bangkok to Koh Yao Yai is to bus and Longtail Boat and ferry which costs ฿1400 – ฿2000 and takes 15h 42m. Which way is quickest from Bangkok to Koh Yao Yai? The quickest way to get from Bangkok to Koh Yao Yai is to fly and taxi and ferry which costs ฿1300 – ฿10000 and takes 5h 53m.
Is Koh Yao Noi Open?
Located on the northwest coast of Koh Yao Noi, Cocco Bello Beach is open almost every day from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., except on Mondays, when it opens at 11:30 a.m. This spot is also absolutely brimming with tranquil ambiance.
Which province is Koh Yao Yai?
Phang Nga Province
Ko Yao Yai is the larger of the two big islands in the Ko Yao Archipelago. The island group is in Phang Nga Bay in the Phang Nga Province of southern Thailand. Ko Yao Yai means ‘big long island’.