Hotels in Pulau Pangkor Laut, Malaysia
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Hotel Hornbill Bay Resorts Pulau Pangkor Laut
Hornbill Bay Resorts is a no-frills accommodation with a convenient location for exploring Pangkor’s highlights. Each of the guest rooms features a private bathroom with a shower, air conditioning, and complimentary Wi-Fi access. A ceiling fan and flat-screen cable television are also included. Rollaway beds are available for an additional charge. The hotel has both an outdoor pool as well as a children’s pool for guests. Front desk staff can help with tour information and luggage storage. Bicycles are available at Hornbill Bay Resorts for rent. Guests have access to a picnic area on-site that features barbecue grills. Dining options within half a mile include Riuh Rendah Seafood and Daddy’s Cafe. Central Pangkor is two and a half miles from the hotel. Hornbill feeding occurs only steps away from the property, while the Teluk Nipah Beach is just across the road. more
Hotel Teluk Batik Resort Pulau Pangkor Laut
A mystical legendary sanctuary, where the wind blows a little gentler, the hand shakes a little firmer and the smile a little warmer, meet the hosts at the 3-star Teluk Batik Resort. Malaysia's best-kept secret getaway is everything you've imagined a dream holiday to be. Situated in Lumut, about 3 hours' drive from KL and an hour from Ipoh, with its clear, golden sandy beaches and surrounding hills and forest reserves, its a perfect getaway for holiday makers, family day outings, seminars, etc. The Resort is designed with a concept for events and activities e.g meetings, seminars, team building, leisure and holidays. Its peacefulness, quietness, freshness and clean air is a perfect retreat for those seeking for nature tranquility and relaxation. more
Hotel Kejora Garden Resort Pulau Pangkor Laut
Kejora Garden Resort strategically situated at the crossroad to the hugely popular Pasir Bogak beach of Pulau Pangkor. It offers 40 well appointed and tastefully decorated rooms to suit the needs of discerning guests who are looking for comfort yet affordable accomodation in Pangkor Island. Our Room building only have two levels which its still convenience for the disable or olden citizen to reach by staircase Kejora Garden Resort located just five minutes by road from the Pangkor Ferry Terminal. We also minutes away from the beach and is near to many shopping,eating and water sport outlets at the famous Pasir Bogak Beach. We also welcome Corporate Organisations and Governments for meeting or seminar planners that can be tailored to the needs at affordable and acceptable rates to you! Water sports and other activities are plenty around Pangkor Island. Especially around Bogak beach and Nipah beach there are numerous operators that offer banana-boat rides and Jet Ski rental. Around Giam Island you can do some decent snorkeling; though you can't compare it with snorkeling on islands like Redang and Perhentian. Pangkor Town is a nice place to visit as there are many great local restaurants where you can enjoy typical dishes originating from the island itself. Masjid Al-Badr is one of the main attraction for tourist in Pangkor Island. The mosque is located at Teluk Gedung, Pangkor Island. It is almost ready and has already been used by locals. The uniqueness of the Al-Badr Mosque is besides its position built on the water, it is full of carvings of 1000 prayers. Fu Lin Kung Temple is a Taoist temple that has been build nearby the town of Sungai Pinang Besar. Another Chinese temple that you can visit is the Lin Ye Kong Temple; nearby Teluk Nipah (at the end of Coral Bay). Kali Amman Temple is the only Indian temple on the island; especially interesting to visit during the two big festivals of Deepavali and Thaipusam. You can arrange a nice offshore fishing trip through your resort with local fishermen for a day. Pulau Jarak is quite a boat ride away from Pangkor, but it is worth the day trip. Jungle trekking at the best one, the Pangkor Hill Trek, starts at Bogak beach and takes you all the way to the eastern side of the island (to Sungai Pinang Kecil). Most jungle hikes only take an hour or two. Always notify your resort or guesthouse owner that you are off to do a jungle hike. Rent a boat for the day to go around the island to enjoy the scenery. A more strenuous option would be to rent a canoe for the day. Southwest of the island, nearby the small town of Teluk Gedung, you can visit the Dutch Fort (also known as Dindings Fort or Kota B or Kota Belanda). The Dutch built this small fortress to get more grip on the tin mining industry in the 17th century. The fortress was used to keep foreign ships at bay, in order to control and monopolize the worldwide tin trade. The Dutch Fort & Batu Bersurat currently is an historical monument. more