Car and Motorbike Parking
Near the pier in the large automated parking garage is 250 Baht per day and it is very secure. In the other lots around the pier cost 200 Baht per day.
At the Bali Hai FREE PARKING follow link.
At Wat Chaimongkron Royal Monastry is 40 Baht a day.
Nearby in various other places is 40 Baht per day. There are many free options along the street around the pier also.
There are many ways to get to Koh Larn. The easiest way is by speed boat, all along Beach Road you will find speed boat operators. Cost of speed boat to the Island is between 1500 Baht and 3500 Baht and up for a group of people or about 150-200 Baht per person each way. The other way is the Koh Larn ferry, cost is 30 Baht per person, each way.
Speed boat service runs about 150-200 Baht per person. If you want to hire the whole boat for your group the cost would be 2,000 to 3,500 much depends on the size of the speed boat you want to hire.
If you enjoy a faster mode of transportation, you may want to travel to Koh Larn by speed boat the cost is 150-200 Baht per person for each way. If you like to hire a speed boat for your group, the cost is between 1,000 Baht and 3,500 Baht. What determines price is the size of the boat, if you have a small group pick out one of the smaller boats. Most all of the speed boats are well maintained and have safety equipment aboard. All the captains have plenty of experience, they don't just let any one operate these crafts. Speed boat operators are easy to find. They operate all along Beach Road in Pattaya and Jomtien. In fact you really don't have to find them they will find you, sooner than you think. All you have to do is get to Beach Road. All the boat operators have a good knowledge of the area and can assist you in finding just that right spot. I know what most are thinking while reading this about now. Why spend 2000 Baht when the ferry is so cheap? If you have a group of say six or so, with the cost split up, then subtract the cost of all the other expenses like taxis etc., this ends up really being a pretty good deal. Add all this to the convenience and speed of getting to the island it becomes even a better deal. Ferry Boat is still cheaper by far, however if you come on a vacation really you came to have a good time, not to watch every Baht you spend.
There are 2 ports Naban Village and Tawaen Beach
There are two ports on Koh Larn where the ferry boats travel to. One port is in the main village of Koh Larn, the main village is called Naban and it faces the mainland Jomtiem. Naban is very much worth visiting it is a charming place to walk around. The other port is at Tawaen Beach which is the largest most popular beach on Koh Larn. Which ever port you choose to go to Koh Larn you are free to go back to Pattaya from either port, you purchase your ticket at either port before boarding.
Getting to Koh Larn by ferry is easy.
First you need to get to the Bali Hai Pier where the ferry boat is docked. If you don’t know where the Bali Hai Pier is then just ask around most people will know where the Bali Hai Pier is. You could also get a baht taxi or a motorbike taxi to take you to the pier, they all know where Bali Hai Pier is. The ferry boat you want is located straight out at the end of the pier. The ferry going to Tawaen Beach on Koh Larn is just to the left and the ferry just to the right goes to Naban or the main Village. The fare for the Koh Larn ferry to both destinations is only 30 Baht for each way. If someone asks you to pay more than 30 Baht then you are probably not at the right boat. You pay just as you board the boat at the kiosk next to where the boat is docked. The Koh Larn Ferries go to both Naban port and Tawean Beach with different departure and arrival times, see schedule. Naban Port is the main village where most people that live on the island have their homes. Naban also has the majority of resorts for those people that want to stay for a few nights. Tawaen Beach is the other destination and now has accommodations for overnight stays. You can get to all parts of the island from both these destinations by song tao, or motorbike taxi. Don’t feel like you are stuck in one place once you get to Koh Larn, feel free to explore as much as you like and have fun. You can choose either boat to return back to Pattaya, it doesn't matter where you arrived to the island. Remember you pay the fare as you board.
The main Village is called Naban Port, many restaurants shops and resorts
Tawaen Beach Pier, largest most popular beach on Koh Larn
Verified Sept 25, 2023
This Google map indicates the location of where to board the ferry boats that take you to Koh Larn
When you walk out to the end of the Bali Hai Pier you will see the Tawaen Beach Ferry to the left and the Naban Village Ferry to the right. You pay as you board the ferry there is no need to pre-book.
Bali Hai Pier, Pattaya, and the floating restaurants in Pattaya Bay.
Yes the ferry boat ride is cool. But when you are traveling and with a group time is always equal to money. I just got on a speed boat for a party of 11 and the cost was 2800bahts. They waited for us in the morning and once we got to Koh Larn island they waited for us there also. So we can go whenever we want and leave whenever we want. If you want to book the speed boat. Their number is +660877810765. Thats the number to the people that owns the speed boat. They charge 2500baht if you call them directly. Make sure to drop them a tip, cause they do provide VIP service, by helping you carry your stuff to the island and back to the boat. Great people.
Thank you Ricky
All I can say is WoW 30 Bahts for a ferry boat to a tropical island. That isn't even a dollar you can't buy anything for a dollar these days!
Thanks Jason for the feed back, I agree it is a great bargain and it has been only 30 Baht for quite a long time.
Hi, my name is Paul, I have traveled to Koh Larn by ferry boat many times and a few times by speed boat. While speed boat is faster and more convenient, it is a bumpy ride and jars my back giving me a sore back later on. That is why I like the Koh Larn ferry, I am retired so I don't mind the extra time it takes, I also enjoy the slow and easy ride.
Paul J. Pattaya
Thanks Paul for the feed back, and yes those speed boats are a bumpy ride.
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