An extensive video of Centrepoint Ferry, the competitor of Ferry Koh Chang. The Centrepoint ferry service is slower but often usually has shorter queues in high season. And as you’ll see from the video the vessels could do with some
Taking the ‘Ferry Koh Chang‘ car ferry from Ao Thammachat pier, Trat to Ao Sapporot Koh Chang in 2013.
Ao Sapporot is the busiest of the two ferry piers on Koh Chang. Therefore, for the majority of visitors to Koh Chang, Ao Sapporot pier is where they will first set foot on the island. If you are travelling as a
Passengers waiting at Centrepoint ferry pier for the ferry to Koh Chang. Centrepoint has a long pier reaching almost 400 metres into the sea. The ticket office is at the start of the pier and there is a shuttle service
The Centrepoint pierr on Koh Chang is located a couple of kilometres south of the busier Ao Sapporot pier. As you can see from the video, it’s a bit more run down. There are refreshments available and a couple of
This video is a few years old – you’ll see how the ferry piers at Centrepoint on the mainland and on Koh Chang have changed over the years. However, the ferry service remains the same. Vehicle ferries depart every
A little different from the other videos as this shows one of a Koh Chang ferry sailing from Koh Chang to the Trat mainland. The pier on Koh Chang is called ‘Ao Sapporot’ ( pineapple pier ) Possibly a throwback to
Another video of the Koh Chang Car Ferry. Enjoy the journey! This video of the ferry is from 2011 but the ferries shown are the same as those in use today.