- This page has two maps of Koh Lanta.
- The first Koh Lanta Map is a general overview – rollover each label to see more info.
- The second map is a detailed, interactive Google map of Koh Lanta showing the location of all major hotels, restaurants, ATMs and other facilities. Scroll down the page to see it
A tiny beach in Lanta's far south with a handful of resorts.
Klong Jark Beach
One of southern Lanta's hidden gems, Klong Jark is perfect if you want solitude
Kantiang Bay Beach
Koh Lanta's most upmarket area, with luxury hotels surrounding a beautiful crescent of a beach
Lanta Old Town
The atmospheric wooden buildings of Lanta Old Town makes for a memorable visit.
Klong Nin Beach
A great beach with a lively village steps away from the sand, with accommodation ranging from backpacker hostels to luxury beachfront villas
Klong Khong Beach
A quiet beach centrally located that has some great choices both for accommodation and eating. Several villas for hire are located in Klong Khong too.
A tiny beach with just one resort, Relax Bay is great if you're looking for peace and quiet. You'll need to travel if you want other dining options.
Over 3 km of beautiful sand means that while Long Beach is quite developed, it never feels crowded, and there's a huge choice of beach bars, places to eat and accommodation.
Klong Dao Beach
Koh Lanta's most developed beach as it's near to Saladan, Klong Dao still has its own great atmosphere and some excellent dining and accommodation choices.
Koh Lanta Car Ferry No.2
This is the second car ferry crossing for a taxi transfer between Krabi Airport and Koh Lanta. Total journey time is 2.5 to 3.5 hours between Krabi airport and your Koh Lanta hotel, depending on how long you have to wait for the car ferry.
Koh Lanta's main shopping area, Saladan is the port where you'll arrive and leave the island. It's got some useful accommodation options and great places to eat built over the water.
An add-on to Klong Dao beach, Kawkwang has very few resorts and places to eat of its own. Good if you want to just stay at your resort and relax, or if you like walking down to Klong Dao
Lanta Ferry Port
Passenger ferries from Phuket, Koh Phi Phi, Ao Nang and Krabi all arrive at Saladan Village. Journey time is around 3 hours from Phuket and Ao Nang, 1 hour from Phi Phi
Express Transfer Speedboat
The fastest way to Koh Lanta, the Express Transfer is a minivan from Krabi Airport to the speedboat pier, a 15 minute speedboat ride to Saladan on Koh Lanta, and then a transfer from Saladan to your Koh Lanta hotel.
Koh Lanta Car Ferry No. 1
This is the first car ferry crossing for a taxi transfer between Krabi Airport and Koh Lanta. Total journey time is 2.5 to 3.5 hours from Krabi airport to your Koh Lanta hotel, depending on how long you have to wait for the car ferry.
To Krabi Airport
See our comprehensive guide on getting to and from Krabi Airport to Koh Lanta, and flights to and from Krabi Airport.
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Koh Lanta Beach Maps
You can see smaller maps of each Koh Lanta beach showing local hotels and restaurants on their own pages: Kaw Kwang Beach | Khlong Dao Beach | Long Beach | Khlong Khong Beach | Klong Nin Beach | Kantiang Bay | Klong Toab | Bamboo Bay | Nui Beach
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Koh Lanta Google Map
This is our comprehensive Google Map of Koh Lanta. We recommend you open the map in a new window to see it properly
Click on any of the icons on the map and a window will pop up to give you information on the hotels, restaurants, banks, pharmacies, gasoline stations and where the ferries are situated. You may need to give it a few moments to load.
You can scroll up and down the island map using your browser. If you wish, use the + and – buttons on the map’s top left to zoom in and out of the map. You can also drag the map area by clicking on it with your mouse and holding down the mouse button as you drag. You’ll need to drag the map to go further south down the island – we couldn’t fit it all in to one page!
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