Travel from Battambang to Koh Kood

By joint bus and ferry service the journey from Battambang to Koh Kood is scheduled to take 9 hours 50 minutes.

Bus Times from Battambang to Koh Kood


There is currently 1 direct service a day from Battambang to Koh Kood available to book online.

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06:3016:20$ 42Boonsiri High Speed Ferries

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Battambang Bus Stop


Boonsiri High Speed Ferries services from Battambang to Koh Kood commence with a pick up from any hotel in Battambang.

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Koh Kood Ferry Pier


Boonsiri High Speed Ferries services from Battambang to Koh Kood arrive at Ao Salad Pier.

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About Travel to Koh Kood


Koh Kood is a Thai island with beautiful beaches which is very close to Cambodia. Easily reachable within a day from Battambang, Koh Kood is a good alternative to travelling to Sihanoukville or Kep for a beach holiday.

About Travel to Koh Kood

Boonsiri High Speed Ferries services from Battambang to Koh Kood complete the journey by travelling south by road to cross the border near Koh Kong to board a ferry at Hat Lek Pier in Trat, Thailand. The first stage of the journey from Battambang to Koh Kood is a 270 km long journey to Khlong Yai Border Checkpoint, near Koh Kong.

The next stage of the journey is from Khlong Yai Border Checkpoint to Hat Lek Pier. It’s a short distance from the border to the pier, only 6.9 km.

The ferry to Koh Kood departs at 13:00. The Boonsiri High Speed Ferries company deploys high speed catamaran ferries on this route which complete the 37 km sea crossing in 1 hour.

One of the many beautiful beaches in Koh Kood
One of the many beautiful beaches in Koh Kood
About Koh Kood

Koh Kood is a fairly large island, measuring approximately 10 km at its widest point, and 22 km long. For the size of the island, the population is very small with less than 2,500 permanent residents.

The island has two small settlements, Ao Salut in the north and Ao Yai in the south, neither with more than 300 inhabitants. Facilities for tourists are for the greater part spread out across 7 beaches on the west coast of Koh Kood. The density of developments is very low which makes the island very peaceful, however, it also means visitors have relatively few choices in terms of places to stay and places to eat and drink.

Kood Kood has some lower cost accommodation, and a handful of inexpensive restaurants, but where the island really excels is at the luxury end of the tourist market. The island’s most famous hotel, the Soneva Kiri, is also one of Thailand’s most expensive costing the equivalent of $1,500 USD for a room for a night in high season.

Nonetheless, visitors on lower budgets still have a lot to enjoy on Koh Kood. Access to the many beaches, snorkelling and walks to the island’s two picturesque waterfalls costs nothing more than your transport to get there. The food and drink on the island costs more than mainland but there’s fairly typical for all of Thailand’s islands.

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