How to get to Sunrise


There are several ways to get to the island.

When you are here, taxi driveres will all understand the Grandfather and grandmother rock (Hin ta hin Jai), a landmark close to our place

note: prices change all the time

By air:

There are also direct flights from Bangkok, Singapore, Phuket and Pattaya to Samui by Bangkok Airways.
From Bangkok app. 15 times daily , From Samui Airport you can take the limousin service (minibus) to Lamai Beach wich cost 180 Baht (tell the driver to stop at Hin Ta Hin Yai, grandfathers rock).

Thai Airways flies two times daily from Bangkok to Suratthane on the mainland. From there a connecting shuttlebus heads for Nathon, Koh Samui (350 Baht including ferry). They fly also to Samui now .

Thai Air Asia operates daily flights to Suratthane. Butget prices when booked in advance, there is a fee for luggage over 15 kg (+ 350 Bht/kg when you buy your ticket at the airport,be warned!). There is also a connecting boat/bus to the island that you can buy on the plane (350 Baht) .

Nok Air Flexible prices to Suratthani twice dayly.

By bus or train

From Bangkok you can take the bus or train (sleeper) wich both leave in the early evening. You will arrive the next morning on the island. There are combined tickets available at both travel agencies and the State Railways of Thailand wich will take you all the way to the island.
The (sleeper) train costs around 540 - 750 Baht and leaves 18.30 h and 19.30h. (Central Station). Busses should cost from 300 to 600 baht.
In both cases you will arrive by ferry and can take the pickup taxi to Lamai Beach wich should costs 70 Baht per person, get off at the famous landmark of Hin Ta Hin Yai.