We highly recommend you to book a flight that lands at Krabi airport in the morning or early afternoon. Transportation from Krabi airport is a journey of approximately 2 hours - or less - via mini van & speedboat operated by the resort, for its guestsexclusively.

Complimentary transfers - from/ to Krabi airport (or from Pimalai mainland jetty, or on the island itself) only apply on the day guest check in to the resort and check out from the resort.

We try to operate the transfer boats as near as possible to the following schedule. If there is a delay it is most likely due to interference by mother nature. We ask for your patience and assure you it is our intention to transfer you both to and from the resort safely and with minimum delay.

Departing: from our jetty on the mainland to Pimalai
09.00am, 11.00am, 12.45pm, 14.45pm, 16.15pm,17.30pm

Departing: from Pimalai to our jetty on the mainland
6.30am, 8.00am, 10.00am, 12.00 noon, 14.00pm, 16.00 pm

Please note:
During daytime, and on rare occasions, if it is determined that there are adverse weather or sea conditions we may have to cancel the boat trip. If this occurs we will then use the two public ferries and additional ground transportation to get you to the resort; the transfer may then take 30 minutes longer.

Most unfortunately & essentially for safety reasons we are not able to operate the resort boat transportation during darkness - mainly from 6.00 pm to 6.00 am. For a late arrival, you should know that we can always get you to the resort using public ferries. These ferries normally stop regular service at 10.00 pm. However, we can rent the ferries for our exclusive use after the 10.00 pm deadline.

Departing from the resort: we use the same route as on arrival, though we allocate extra travelling time to ensure that you are well on time to catch your scheduled flight.

Koh Lanta is made of two islands; Koh Lanta Noi and Koh Lanta Yai.

Koh Lanta Noi is the smaller of the two islands and doesn't have tourist facilities. Visitors traveling by road from the mainland travel across the smaller island on the way to the resorts on Koh Lanta Yai.

Koh Lanta Yai is made up of Si Raya (known today as Lanta Old town), a small, quiet village with 100 year-old shacks and shop-houses built on stilts over the water. Ban Saladan on the northern tip of the island is the business and com- mercial center where most visitors arrive on the island. Koh Lanta Yai has a very diverse cultural mix with Thai-Muslim,

Thai-Chinese and the original Sea Gypsies, all having lived on the island in harmony for hundreds of years. The west coast, where Pimalai is located, faces the Andaman Sea, lined with astoundingly beautiful white sandy beaches and views of breathtaking sunsets in the horizon. The east coast is less developed and offers glimpses of life before tour- ism. It faces the mainland and has a coastline largely consisting of mangroves and large limestone rock formations.

An island so beautiful, Koh Lanta was recently voted as one of the World’s Top 7 Best Islands for Living by the Inter- national Living magazine. Similarly too, the astounding Ba Kantiang Bay was also recently voted as one of the World’s Top 10 Best Tropical Beaches by the Sunday Times, London.
  • Nature

    With 100 acres of tropical vegetation, direct access to 900 meters of pristine sandy beach, Pimalai brings you the closest you will ever be to nature’s glorious splendor at the white sandy coasts of Koh Lanta.
  • Seclusion

    Away from other resorts and the hectic buzz of tourism on Koh Lanta, Pimalai’s guests are free to relax and rejuvenate in luxurious rooms and villas, right within the heart of nature.
  • People and Culture

    Immerse yourself in astounding natural splendor beneath Koh Lanta’s clear skies, greeted everyday by signature Thai hospitality, in the land of a thousand smiles.