KOH SAMET TIME
The island of Koh Samet has some very interesting working piers which are great photo opportunities







MOOBAN TALAY RESORT PIER

Located in the far north this lovely wooden pier is the sea arrival point for the resort
AO NOI NA PIER

This is mainly a goods delivery pier for resorts in the north
SAMED CLIFF RESORT PIER

This is the guest arrival pier for the Samed Cliff Resort in Ao Noi Na


FISHERMANS PIER

This is a private pier used by fishermen - next to Samed Cliff Resort

AO KLANG RESORT PIER

This is the pier belonging to the resort of Ao Klang
AO KLANG MAIN PIER

This is the main pier used by the hotel group Samed Resorts for the arrival / departure point. Guests are taken by taxi to resorts

"NADAN" KOH SAMET MAIN PASSENGER PIER

This new pier opened for service in 2012 - it is the main arrival point for all ferry boats
coming from the mainland piers from Ban Phe, from here guests take truck taxis to their resorts

AO LUKYON PIER

This is possibly the most photographed pier on the island
the entrance is located on the main street, just after the school going towards the harbour.
you will see a park ranger hut & a barrier - go to the end of this road leading down to Ao Lukyon beach

AO CHO PIER

The Pier of Ao Cho is a passenger pier & goods pier, it is used by passengers arriving to the resorts by speedboat

AO VONGDUERN

The Resort of Ao Vongduern does not have a pier, although ferry boats come into this bay, guests are picked up from the ferry boat by a small speed boat which takes passengers to the shore
AO LUNGDUM - APACHE PIER

This pier is very different it is also a restaurant, very beautiful during the day or evening

AO PAKARANG - NIMMANORADEE RESORT PIER

This is a private pier for guests staying at the Nimmanoradee Resort.

AO KIEW WEST PIER (PARADEE RESORT)

The west bay at paradee resort the sea pier for arriving & departing guests by speed boat, guests are then taken by electric buggy to the villa's

AO PRAO

The bay of Ao Prao on the west coast doesn't have a fixed pier, a mobile one is wheeled into the sea for arriving & departing guests