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Cruises visiting Ko Butang Islands & all Ko Butang Islands cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Ko Butang Islands in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Asia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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The seven granite Ko Butang Islands are part of the Tarutao National Park, lying from 20 to 70 km distance from the south-westernmost point of mainland Thailand. Ko Butang Islands are 90km due west of the Thailand/Malaysia border, in the Andaman Sea. All are covered with lush rain forest and edged with sandy beaches. Six of the islands are uninhabited, with clean beaches and clear blue water, great for diving, snorkelling and fishing. The sea is home to chartered boats, buoyed nets, coral gardens, small fishing boats, and trawlers.

Ko Lipe is the southernmost of the islands, the only one populated (about 800, and with a natural fresh water supply), and the principal tourist attraction with a number of new hotels. There you’ll find shops, Internet, restaurants, bars, and money exchange. And it is a party island, as you’ll find out on the night of a full moon. It’s also home to one of the last sea gypsy communities in Asia, called the Chao Ley.

Along the east coast of Ko Lipe is Sunrise Beach; along the south is Pattyaya Beach; and to the west, Sunset Beach. Ferries come and go frequently from both Malaysian and Thai islands and ports, so this island is atypical of the island group. On the other three larger islands you will find moorings and tranquillity, crystal clear water and inland walks. On Ko Adang there’s a trekking trail to the 600m summit of the island, which gives you breathtaking views.