Ferry Satun-Langkawi

Паром Сатун-Лангкави Ferry Satun-Langkawi

To get to the island of Langkawi in Malaysia in several ways, but the most popular with tourists the way through the city of Satun in southern Thailand. In Satun is the port, from where there are international ferries to Langkawi. This is a comfortable speed boats that cover the distance to the island for a half hour for a very reasonable price. The cabin has air conditioning and a TV.

Ferries depart every day, three times a day schedule:

  • from Satun 09:30, 13:30 and 16:00
  • Langkawi 09:00, 13:00 and 17:15

Travel time – half an hour

The cost of the ferry (in April 2017):

Adult Child (3-11yrs) Children (under 2 years)
One way 35.00 ringgit (350 baht) 28.00 ringgit (280 baht) 12.00 ringgit (120 baht)
There and back 70.00 ringgit (700 baht) 56.00 ringgit (560 baht) 24.00 ringgit (240 baht)
Паром Сатун-Лангкави The cabin of the ferry

It is an international flight, and therefore, when sending from Satun and Langkawi on arrival you will need to go through passport and customs control, and before that to fill out an immigration card.

Ferry tickets are purchased at ticket offices of the port. The schedule can be found on the website www.langkawi-ferry.com.

The port in Satun

Сатун, порт Satun, port

Ferries from Satun depart from the port/jetty of Tammalang Pier 12 kilometers from the city (Tammalang pier on the map). There is a terminal with a waiting room and minimum required infrastructure. There are currency exchange Thai baht to Malaysian ringgit exchange rates, although if necessary you can exchange currency, including dollars, in the port of Langkawi.

To get to the port of Satun is easiest using an integrated transfer service, which is offered in travel agencies in the popular resorts of Thailand. The price of such a transfer quite a bit higher than an ordinary bus, but it is convenient that you take away or tarantseva, and all transplant until the Marina organized. Transplants sometimes few, but they will take you to the place. Upon arrival at the port you already own will need to purchase tickets and Board the ferry.

You can also get to Satun on a regular bus or train, read more about how to get to Satun, read here...

The port of Langkawi

Сатун, порт Langkawi, port

In Langkawi, almost all the ferries arrive in the main port of Kuah town (Kuah Town) (port map). This is a large international port with all necessary infrastructure. If necessary, it is possible to exchange currency or withdraw money from the ATM, book hotels, rent a car. When you exit the port, there is a motorbike rental/motorbike at good prices. To get from the port to the resorts and beaches of Langkawi by taxi or rented transport here. Public transport on the island is missing. Read more about how to get to Langkawi here...

Comments / recent posts on the topic on the forum
admin 08 Mar 2012, 08:21
To be honest, I can't imagine moving the car outside Langkawi, although theoretically it is possible. But you will have to take a ferry to get off the island or on the island. Bridge connecting Langkawi with the mainland yet (and is unlikely to be given the 15-kilometer distance). And no problems probably not, just check with the rental car in Langkawi, can I travel outside the island on his cars. Otherwise there may be problems with insurance.
About ferry to Langkawi, please click here. If I'm not mistaken, all ferries (except for speed boats) taking on Board the cars and motorcycles. ...
anonimous 09 Mar 2012, 18:21
Thank you very much. Messed up the bridge to Penang from Langkawi. ...
pilot59 02 Nov 2013, 13:39
Tell me a time and price from Kuala L. to Kuala Kedah by bus and on the time path from K To L to Singapore ...
admin 02 Nov 2013, 14:10
L. KL to Kuala Kedah by bus from Pudu Raya - 48 ringit, 6-7 hours
Kuala L. - Singapore - 5-6 hours. ...
Andrei1 28 Apr 2015, 03:22
Hello! Prompt, who knows, the ferry from Satun to Langkawi is big, it is a motorbike transport? ...
admin 28 Dec 2015, 04:04
Hi Andrew! Way from Satun to Langkawi a year ago, was a passenger boat, not cargo. Then just a motorbike it was impossible to move. A possibly via Kuala Perlis or Kuala Cluck there are ferries just do not know.
PS About entering Malaysia on a bike, by the way, also look for information, it's not the fact that you can move freely. ...
dшьфт 04 May 2017, 17:49
Hello! Tell me, the bridge on Langkawi is, in a rented car to get from the airport? ...
admin 04 May 2017, 17:54
I'm just amazed sometimes issues We have in fact in the article about how to get to Langkawi (https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/malaysia/ ... k-dobratsa) in the beginning written the Island of Langkawi is not connected to the mainland, so to get here by land transport. To get to the island only by plane or ferry. By car what airport you mean? If from Langkawi airport, you can right machine to rent and go on the island anywhere, any bridge you don't need. If you're talking about airport to Kuala Lumpur, then this is the truck for transport, it is only possible to the car to get to Langkawi. About the ferries and the Wharf too, like all that is written https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/malaysia/langkawi-paromy ...
pexotik 22 Dec 2017, 07:37
Hello. How to get to Langkawi from Pattaya? (not a plane) ...
admin 22 Dec 2017, 10:28
There are several variants,but in any case the route you have to be on their own. Here in a nutshell information:
From Pattaya you need to get into Satun (city in the South of Thailand), and from there by ferry or drive to Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis in Malaysia already.
I would prefer the first option, Satun, as passed through twice, it was fine. To Satun from Pattaya can be reached with a stopover in Bangkok. Travel from Bangkok to the southern bus station and there change to the bus to Satun. Previously, these buses were a lot, now looked up the schedule, there are very few, maybe just schedule them there. But even then that is quite suitable, it is night, will arrive in Satun in the morning and in the afternoon we will depart on the ferry. Basically about Satun all we've got painted - https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/satun#getin
The second option is via Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis. If by bus, you must first get from Bangkok to hat Yai (https://nashaplaneta.net/asia/thai/hat-yai), and from there to Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis as you prefer, and then onto the ferry. According to this embodiment can be on the train ride.
The schedule for crossings, see here:
here all types of transport - https://12go.asia/?z=5962
trains in Thailand - http://www.railway.co.th/home/default.aspx?ID=&lang=EN#
trains in Malaysia http://www.ktmb.com.my/ktmb_ui/ ...