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Jum Island, also known as Pu (Crab) Island is located approximately 25 kilometers south of Krabi (Thailand) on the Andaman Sea. The mountainous northern part (known as Koh Pu) is rugged, rocky, filled with small rubber plantations and what looks to me like triple-canopy jungle on the upper slopes of Mt. Pu (395 m. high) while the southern part (Koh Jum) is relatively flat and covered by the natural vegetation of the Andaman Coast, casuarinas trees and screw palms.

Come visit Koh Jum and see for yourself. It's a friendly, quiet, different kind of place

 
 
 

Bungalows

Accommodation on Jum Island varies from backpacker-cheap for some very basic huts to luxurious bungalows for the most discriminating taste. There is something for everybody here.

 

Beaches

On the west side of the island you'll find 6 beautiful, uncrowded beaches where the resorts are located. The stunning sunsets are a nightly celebration.

 
Friends

Itís the people who holiday here that make Koh Jum such a special place. You will meet nice farangs everywhere and have the time of your life on Koh Jum. Book early, book often.

 
 
     

 

 

FERRYBOAT SCHEDULE 2013-2014

 

As of 29 April 2014 the ferryboats between Krabi/Koh Jum/Koh Lanta HAVE STOPPED RUNNING FOR THE SEASON. Service will resume in Fall 2014

Boats leave from the main Krabi Terminal just outside downtown Krabi.

 
 
Lv. KLanta Arr. Ko Jum Arr. Krabi
08.30 09:15 10.30
Lv. Krabi Arr. Ko Jum Arr. KLanta
11:30 12:45 13:30
 

FERRYBOAT FROM PHI PHI ISLAND TO KOH JUM

 

Contact Mr Not @ 084 850 6108 or Mr Tan @ 089 471 4851

 
 
Lv. Koh Jum Arr. PP Island
8:30 11.00
Lv. PP Island Arr. Koh Jum
14:00 16:00
 

 

 
  Koh Jum Online is going thru a redesign. Bigger pictures and lots more information about the Island is on it's way. There will be times during the rebuild when parts of the site suddenly stop working and grafix change without warning. You may see bright lights, hear unusual noises, become disoriented. Temporal time-shifting has been reported.  Buckle up, enjoy the ride. Don't crowd the wheels.  
 
 
 
 

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Updated 27 April 2014

 

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