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Transfer from Lomprayah Ferry Pier to Hat Sai Ri?

Byron Bay, Australia
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Transfer from Lomprayah Ferry Pier to Hat Sai Ri?

Do you know if the buses provided by Lomprayah would be willing to drop us off at Sai Ri, on the way to Chumphon (sort of) or, will there be other transport available at the pier? We plan to spend a night at the beach near Chumphon after getting off the Ferry from Koh Tao.

ALSO, do you know what transport options are there to get to Chumphon from Sai Ri in the evening? We will be catching the 9.30 pm train from Chumphon the next night.

Edited: 5:46 am, April 17, 2013
Bangkok
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1. Re: Transfer from Lomprayah Ferry Pier to Hat Sai Ri?

Hi there, I'm not so sure if it is too late to reply you this. However, I hope it would be helpful for other readers who got the same questions as you.

You can ask Lomprayah to arrange a transfer from the jetty to the hotel in Sai Ree beach. The transfer may cost you THB 50/person.

Lomprayah pier is a private jetty. There is no any other type of transports available there unless you have contacted hotels, or travel agents to pick you up from the pier.

After approx 17:30 there is no public transports (colorful wooden truck) from Sai Ree beach to town, unless you charter a taxi arranged by local people or hotel.

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