Centepoint Ferry Ticket Prices
Centrepoint ferry is the only ferry that offers reduced fares for return transfers. But before you buy a return ticket, it’s worth considering your plans for returning to Bangkok. As most minibuses, private transfers and public minibuses will use the quicker ferry from Ao Sapporot pier.
|Centre Point Ferry Pier: Ferry Ticket Prices|
|Passengers & vehicles||Prices|
|One way||Return||One way||Return|
|Adults & older kids||80||150||50||80|
|Child 7 – 12 years old||40||70||40||70|
|Child Under 7 years old||Free||Free||Free||Free|
|Motorbike – Big bike||60||100||60||100|
* If you are living on Koh Chang or even just planning to stay a few months during the High Season, ask about becoming a member. It’s free, easy to apply and will save you money.
And if you’re wondering why police get free tickets – it’s because the ferry is owned by an influential family whose number also include several very high ranking Thai police Generals.
Centrepoint Ferry Timetable for 2017-18
There are usually a couple of changes for Low Season
- There are no ferries mid-afternoon at 14:00 or 14:30
- The last ferry in both directions is at 19:00
|Centrepoint Ferry Timetable – Departure Times|
|Mainland Pier||Koh Chang Pier|