Stayed for one night and enjoyed it.
The room is small, clean and neat. Nothing to complain for just RM80 a night.
Very good location, just 5 mins walk from nearest jetty. Near to coffee shops and local restaurants.
During our stay, a little girl (neighbor of SPK guesthouse) offered to be our tour guide. She is only 8 or 10 years old. She brought us to feed wild boar, short leisure walk in the fisherman village, visited an old abandoned local cinema and told us funny stories!
Rented a motorbike for RM25 for one day. It took us less than 2 hours to round the island. Don't recall seeing a traffic light. So, the ride was seamless. Most of the riders in this island are very polite, no honking or harassing.
If you are an avid comic lovers. This will be a wonderful spot for you. Joyce has a nice and cozy library on 1st floor. Mostly are chinese comic books. Good place to rest, read and relax.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- near to SPK pier or jetty, centre of local fishing village. with local food surrounding at whole day. Free fish feeding and other wild life watching for our guests, other activities and transportation can be arranged. free map and guide from local hosts. eco-design and eco-tourismn is encauraged. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pangkor Guesthouse SPK Pulau Pangkor