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Pangkor Laut

 

Pangkor Laut is a tiny rainforested island just over 3 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur on Malaysia’s West coast. There is only one resort on Pangkor Laut, the wonderful luxurious Pangkor Laut Resort.

To get to Pangkor Laut, most people transfer by car from Kuala Lumpur to Lumut from where there is a 45 minute boat ride to the resort.

Many people combine a Pangkor Laut beach holiday with a city stay in Kuala Lumpur and a stop in the Cameron Highlands.

 

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Pangkor Laut Resort

One of the Far East’s finest resorts – luxury, seclusion, romance – ideal for honeymooners and romantics.

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Luxury Island Escape
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Tiger Rock

Escape to nature in a beautiful island hideaway in the natural surroundings of Pangkor Island off Malaysia's west coast.

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£1395pp
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Pangkor Laut

Pangkor Laut is a tiny rainforested island just over 3 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur on Malaysia’s West coast.

There is only one resort on Pangkor Laut, the wonderful luxurious Pangkor Laut Resort.

To get to Pangkor Laut, most people transfer by car from Kuala Lumpur to Lumut from where there is a 45 minute boat ride to the resort.

Many people combine a Pangkor Laut beach holiday with a city stay in Kuala Lumpur and a stop in the Cameron Highlands.

Pangkor Island

Pangkor Island is a jungle clad island off the Northwest Coast of Peninsula Malaysia and offers a beach destination with jungle clad interiors.

Pangkor Island is easily accessible by a short ferry ride from the mainland at Lumut.

Whilst Pangkor's beaches aren't the best in Malaysia, we do recommend a stay at Tiger Rock on Pangkor Island for those looking for a homely laid back island retreat for a few days, perhaps whilst touring Malaysia.

Pangkor Island isn't to be confused with neighbouring Pangkor Laut which means 'Little Pangkor'.