Lomprayah – Online Booking, Timetable (Ferry & Bus) and Reviews

Lomprayah is one of the premier sea travel operators in Thailand. They established in 1999 with key focus in three areas: speed, safety and convenience. The speed is their most unique competitive advantage, demonstrated with their fleet of 7 High Speed Catamarans which are the quickest ferries in Thailand.

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One of Lomprayah's 7 ferries - Thapdaorai - going from Chumphon to Koh Phangan. © OlegD / Shutterstock.com

The Lomprayah High Speed Catamarans traffics the waters of the Gulf of Thailand and bring travelers between Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and Chumphon. Though their service doesn’t stop with just water transport, they also offer a huge number of transports to and from the piers with their highly praised bus service and train partnerships.

Just like their ferries, the Lomprayah double-decker buses are of high class, meaning comfortable seats and air-conditioning which is normally not a given in Thailand. What makes the bus and ferry combination an extra good offer to travelers is that they guarantee you that you will get on the ferry you booked your combined ticket for.

If you are looking to make your Thailand vacation as comfortable as possible it’s worth spending the extra money to travel with the most convenient and fastest vehicles, taking you from a central location, through their own port, to your destination.

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Lomprayah Online Booking

The tickets to Lomprayah High Speed Catamarans and Buses are usually in high demand so it’s suggested that you book your tickets early in advance in order to both make sure you get a good price and that you can travel on your preferred day. Use our tool to check prices and availability of Lomprayah tickets as well as compare it to other transport options/companies:

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Lomprayah Ferries

Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran - Thapdaorai
'Thapdaorai' (2015) - 32m, 361p capacity
'Maehaad' (2010) - 32m, 461p capacity
Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran - Thongsala
'Thongasala' (2005) - 29m, 350p capacity
Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran - Koh Prab
'Koh Prab' (2005) - 29m, 350p capacity
Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran - Maenam
'Maenam' (2005) - 26m, 280p capacity
Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran - Namuang
'Namuang' (2004), 26m, 260p capacity
Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran - Pralarn
'Pralarn' (2000) - 20m, 140p capacity
Lomprayah Traveler Reviews

Lomprayah Reviews

Lomprayah has an excellent reputation among travelers, evidenced by the 4.0 average (out of 5) rating from over 5000 travelers who booked their ticket through Travelfoot/12Go. What travelers appreciate the most is speed of the ferries and the hassle-free combined tickets that makes it easy to go between the most popular destinations and the islands in the gulf. Combining the bus and ferry tickets makes it a lot easier to travel than to mix and match separate tickets from different companies.

Thanks to their many departures it’s easy for travelers to find transports that fits their schedule, and unless affected by bad weather their ferries leave reliably in time. Many travelers appreciate that they operate their own ports which makes embarking and disembarking an efficient process.

Some travelers think that Lomprayah’s prices are too high and others think the air condition in the buses run too cold. It’s suggested that you travel in clothes that can get wet and you should be prepared for potential sea sickness as the ferries run fast and there is nowhere to go until you arrive at the port.

Lomprayah FAQ

Yes, children are allowed on the ferries under parental supervision should they be below an age to travel alone.

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The ferry crossing operates weekly with a scheduled sailing duration from about 20 minutes.

Pralarn pier, on the other hand, handles all the departures and arrivals from Bangkok, Hua Hin, Chumphon, Koh Nangyuan and Koh Tao.

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Nathan pier which is nearest from the airport.

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It usually takes around 2 hours and 45 minutes with only Songserm as the only ferry services operating this route.

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The trip should be about 3 hours and 45 minutes long via Lomprayah Ferry service which is currently the only one operating this route.

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Dogs and other pets are allowed at certain fees depending on the route. They should also have their own pet carrier and would be placed at the back of the catamaran.

If traveling without a carrier, pet owner should have complete control over their pets and should not be a bother to the other passengers.

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Pickups and drop points are offered as long as they are within our route, please check Travelfoot/12Go to see if your route offers pickup.

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The ferry usually lasts about 1 hour with 3 trips per day.

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Via bus and ferry. Coach service offered by Lomprayah departing from Bangkok Khao San Road to Chumphon pier usually lasts about 8 hours. You then ride their catamaran which adds up another 1.5 to 2 hours to the trip to get to Koh Tao Mae Haad Pier.

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The quickest way to get to Koh Samui from Bangkok is by flying, which takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes, but it is fairly expensive. Another option is to take the bus or train from Bangkok to Surat Thani and then take the ferry from there, but this trip takes around 11 hours at minimum. Lomprayah offers package deals where you buy a combined ticket for both the bus and ferry at the same time.

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For any parcels sent to our piers, you can collect them from the cargo office at the pier where they will be waiting for you.

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Lomprayaha Timetable/Schedule

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Lomprayah Pier Locations

Lomprayah Pier (Chumphon)

Lomprayah Chumphon Pier

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Address: Thungmakham Noi Pier, Mueang Chumphon District, Chumphon 86120

Contact: 66 (0) 7755 8212-3 or [email protected]

Office hours: 05.00 AM – 10.00 PM

Mae Haad Pier (Koh Tao)

Mae Haad Pier in Koh Tao

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Address: Ko Tao, Ko Pha-ngan District, Surat Thani 84280

Contact: 66 (0) 7795 1129 or [email protected]

Office hours: 05.00 AM – 10.00 PM

Nathon Pier (Koh Samui)

Nathon Pier in Koh Samui

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Address: Lomprayah Koh Samui Office, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani 84140

Contact: 66 (0) 7742 0121 or [email protected]

Office hours: 07.00 AM – 05.00 PM

Pralan Pier (Koh Samui)

Pralan Pier in Koh Samui

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Address: 26/61 Moo.4 Maenam Sub-district, Samui District, Suratthani

Contact: 66 (0) 7795 0700-4 or [email protected]

Office hours: 07.00 AM – 11.00 PM

Tapee Pier (Surat Thani)

Tapee Pier in Surat Thani

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Address: 5 Tambon Bang Kung, Amphoe Mueang Surat Thani, Chang Wat Surat Thani 84000

Contact: 66 (0) 7720 0932-3 or [email protected]

Office hours: 08.00 AM – 05.00 PM

Lomprayah Contact Information

Lomprayah Contact Number: +66 2629 0011
Lomprayah Contact Email: [email protected]
Lomprayah Facebook: Lomprayah

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