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How easy is it to get around Ko Jum?

How easy is it to get around Ko Jum? It’s pretty easy, actually. There are a few different ways that you can go on the island but renting a scooter or motorbike is probably the quickest and easiest way to get around. It takes about 10-15  minutes to get from one end of the island to the other, and there are plenty of beaches, restaurants, and attractions along the way. If you don’t feel comfortable driving a scooter or motorbike yourself, there are also taxis available on the island, though they can sometimes be difficult to find. Overall, getting around Ko Jum is a pretty straightforward and easy process, so you shouldn’t have any trouble at all!

Where to stay in Ko Jum?

There are a wide variety of accommodation options on Ko Jum, ranging from luxury resorts to simple beach huts. Some of the most popular options include beach bungalows and guesthouses located in the main town area near the pier. These accommodations offer easy access to shops, restaurants, and other amenities, as well as beautiful views of the  beach. If you want something a bit more upscale, there are also several luxury resorts located on the west coast of the island, offering stunning views of the ocean and complete privacy.

What’s Eating and drinking in Ko Jum?

There is a wide range of restaurants and bars in Ko Jum, offering everything from local Thai cuisine to international dishes and western-style pub fare. Some of the most popular places to eat and drink on the island include beachfront seafood shacks, hole-in-the-wall cafes, and modern cocktail bars with outdoor seating areas that  overlook the ocean.
If you’re looking for traditional Thai food, I recommend checking out Baan Ko Jum Noy, a small local restaurant that is located near the northern end of Long Beach. This casual eatery serves delicious Thai dishes at affordable prices, and they also have a selection of fresh seafood on offer. Another great place to try Thai street food is the Night Market, which takes place every day in Ban Sala Dan Village (which is located near the southern end of Long Beach).

When it comes to western food and drinks, my favorite spot is Green Mango After Dark. This trendy little beach club and bar has a great atmosphere – you can sip on cocktails and listen to great music while you enjoy the sea views – and it’s open until late every night. Another popular spot is Ava Garden & Sea View, which serves up delicious food with a fantastic location on the water.

What is there to do in Ko Jum?

There is no shortage of things to do on Ko Jum, as the island has something for just about everyone. Nature lovers can go hiking in Khao Laem Ya-Mu Ko Phang Nga National Park, explore the mangrove forests along the coast, or go diving and snorkeling at some of the nearby dive sites .

For those looking for a more relaxed day, the beaches on Ko Jum are perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sun. The clear waters are great for swimming and boating, while beach clubs and bars offer great food and drink options. There are also several spas on the island where you can get pampered with a  massage or facial treatment.

Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or a little bit of both, Ko Jum has something for everyone. So why not plan your trip today? You won’t regret it!

How to get to Ko Jum?

There are a number of ways to get to Ko Jum. The most common options are by ferry or speedboat from either Krabi or Phuket. Ferries generally depart from the Ao Nang and Rawai ports, while speedboats can be accessed from various points along the coast. For those looking to travel to Ko Jum with their own vehicle, the best option is to take a longtail boat that departs from either Krabi Town or Phuket.

Alternatively, visitors can fly into Ko Jum via helicopter. While this may be an expensive option, it offers unbeatable views of the surrounding islands and coastlines as you descend onto the beach.

 If you’re travelling to Ko Jum by ferry, it’s worth noting that there are several different ports where ferries depart; these include Ao Nang, Tha Lane and Haad Khlong Dao.