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You can hire your own private long tail boat from opposite the pier for around 5,000 baht for the entire day.
It's well worth doing and you will be in very safe hands and away from the hordes.
We hired ours from a nice reggae...More
A really nice pier with nice restaurant whilst we were waited for our transfer speedboat to Koh Yao Yai Village, our 2nd resort for summer holiday.
Excellent service from boat agency representatives, got to ride in a golf car transfer from the agency office to...More
Ao Po Grand Marina is about a 30 minutes' drive from Phuket Airport. It is the place for getting speedboats to spectacular Phang Nag Bay. We started our speedboat ride to Six Senses Yao Noi Island from Ao Po Pier. It is a very elegant...More
We took a speedboat trip to Railay from here one morning. It was a very efficient and professional service. The pier was clean and tidy, the staff were friendly and helpful. The actual speed boat was fantastic.
Stopped in for a drink while waiting for our boat to Phi Phi Ko Island. Nice atmosphere and service. Had a wonderful Negroni and Espresso Martini along with a fruit plate . Wish we had more time for lunch, because seemed like a nice meal.
We booked a tour in Patong which we were told was inclusive of all charges. When we got to Ao Po Pier our transfer shuttle dropped us off at one of the cafes to meet our tour operator. We walked down to the Pier to...More
This Pier is the boarding point for all the major points for travel for the 5 or 6 island around the Phuket- named - Naka Island, Lawa Island, Panak Island, Hong Island and James Bond Island. There are various boat agency running the tour from...More
The pier is aging and is primarily a jumping off point for boat and other water activities. On a clear day the views to the islands is good. There are a row of local shops along the water front with souvenirs and ice creams for...More