Koh Bulone English

Author : Cikgu Joe Satun Date : 16/10/2018 Tag : Koh Bulone

Koh Bulone is a small cluster or collection of islands in Satun Province, near Koh Petra National Marine Park with a comparatively little development. It is located along the west coastal of the Andaman Sea in southern Thailand which possesses almost up to 100 islands, which some are considered as the most beautiful islands in the Andaman Sea.

You can find a few shops operated by the locals, a small school and a village built on the pure white sandy island. This small beautiful island with its great atmosphere is ideal for you and family. Nobody would believe that this small island is a definition of “Paradise Island”.

Get there!!

Travelling down from Malaysia, you need to take the road towards Wang Kelian. Get clearance from both checkpoints (Wang Kelian and Wang Prachan). In addition to the border crossing along Malaysia Satun Province, it will take your breath away, a picturesque island, verdantforests, and a mountainous interior.

Please ensure that all passports must have at least six (6) months validity from the date of entry and you will need to apply for a visa if require.There are many alternatives way of transports to reach here.

** Follow GOOGLE Maps link to Karlisa Travel Office **

Hotel and Resorts near Pak Bara Fear not, because they have plenty of accommodations near Pak Bara. Prices are ranging from THB800 to THB2000 per room per night. Some national parks also provide camping sites with cabin lodging and tents available for rent for nature lovers and those who want to discover the pleasures of camping holiday.

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Although many tourists travel to places everywhere in Thailand, Koh Bulone is still remained unknown. Journey is about 1.5 hours by boat from Pak Bara pier. No crowd or even beach traders on the island. You get to soak in the tropical heat along the beautiful coastline while cooling off in the sparkling turquoise waters.

Best time to travel to Koh Bulone.

Koh Bulone is defined by two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. The dry season spans from December until May, and temperatures range from around 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. The best time is around November to April. The rainy season in the south starts in around June and continues until October. The rains usually come in short spurts so, if you’re planning to visit Koh Bulone and the surrounding islands, you’ll still get plenty of sunshine. You can also indulge in having the flawless beaches all to yourself! Every year during the rainy season, the island national parks, including Koh Tarutao (Adang - Rawi Islands) and Koh Phetra are closed for visitor safety.

If you are looking for marine fishes like Nemo, here is the best spot to explore and experience yourself within the coral reef. Check it out!!

3D2N Program

Day 1- Arrival at Pak Bara and check in hotel (free and easy)

Day 2- One (1) day trip to Koh Bulone

09.30 am (local time) – Be ready to depart from hotel or resort

10.00 am – Depart to Koh Bulone. There are 5 islands to visit in this program.

(Koh Bulone pai/Bulone lay/Bulone Rang/Pulau Ayam and Bulone don or white stone Island)

12.00 pm Lunch will be served at Bulone Lay. You will continue to explore the islands and other activities.

05.00 pm – Depart to pier and estimate arrival at 06.00pm.


-THB10, 000 per long tail boat with maximum ten (10) persons inclusive both adult and children.

-National Park fee THB200 per person (pay to officer)

-Long tail boats are only chartered for group only.

Price includes:

Pickup and drop off from every hotel or resorts

Equipment for snorkelling (rental)

English and Malay speaking tour guide

Meal sets (Buffet)

Soft Drinks

Seasonal Fruits


Day 3 – Check out Hotel or Resort

Free and Easy

So, what are you waiting for!! Contact Karlisa Travel for more information.

Karlisa Travel

CJS Satun 406,

No. 678/4, 4052, Tambon Pak Nam ,

Amphore Langu,

Changwat Satun, Thailand 91110


Telephone :+66830 948 948 ( 0830 948 948

Whatsapp : +66830 948 948


Whatsapp : +6688 755 3209


Email : karlisahalim@gmail.com