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2d1n stays would be enough to experience most of the activities on this island. Theres the beaches and activities such as island hopping, seafood dinner, visiting the dutch fort, lookup points and shop for some dried seafood (which you can also do this at LUMUT...More
Best time to visit Pulau Pangkor is from Thursday til Sunday or during school holiday. Its when all the stalls and place comes to life. Stay around teluk nipah and take jetty from Marina Jetty coz shorter route ie 10-15 mins only.
Visited this place for 9 days maybe a little too long but have to say so relaxing and chilled out. Arrived from Kuala Lumpur by taxi 400 Myr for 3 persons. Ferry from lumut travels every half hour and punctual. About 20 min trip do...More
A good place to visit over the weekend to have fun at the beach. Lot of quite beaches to relax and swim. Rent a bike and you can easily go around the island as per your convenience. Good food and calm place.
Beautiful island. Best visited off peak season when there is less crowd i.e. fasting month or weekdays. It's a very relaxing laid back environment overall. Few eateries are open for business. Just beware of cut throat prices for seafood and water activities. Cheap dried fishes...More
Thankfully this island hasnt been commercialised much... there are a lot of tourists but overall its not a touristy area. Its very relaxed, there are beaches, hammocks and monkeys. Locals are friendly, food costs you an arm and leg but tasty and fresh. And alcohol...More
My friend and I stayed on Pangkor island for a week at Lot10 (a little complex of holiday housing with a pool at its centre near one of the beaches. We rented mopeds (25-30 rm a day), went kayaking, swam in the ocean (especially at...More
On arrival at Pangkor Island you are greeted by fishing communities with homes built on jetties that have been there for centuries. Pangkor town is bustling with shops and fish markets a mix of the Malay and Chinese heritage. Taxis are plentiful with transparent pricing...More
We booked a snorkeling tour with SF water sports. They took us to a nearby island and told us they would be back in four hours. We got to the pick up spot 15 minutes early. No boat arrived to pick us up. 40 minutes...More
I really enjoyed my trip to Pangkor Island, very beautiful place. I was only here for a short time and would have liked to stay longer and visit some of the historic sites and other areas around the island. There was lots to do, some...More