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Best Hotels in Pangkor

  • Pangkor Laut Resort 140 rooms from $197

    Pangkor

    A beach paradise on one the best beaches in the world. Surrounded by wildlife, white sand, crystal waters, and jungle. Contemporary chic villas with all the mod cons, enormous pools, an excellent spa and fantastic restaurants serving seafood. Your archetypal honeymoon destination.

    Beach Life
    Honeymoons
    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
    Spa breaks
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels
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  • Tiger Rock from $292

    Pangkor

    A gorgeous collection of 8 domed villas on stilts in a hilly jungle clearing with sea views. Each villa has a varied amount of rooms, sleeping 3 to 10 people. Authentic Malaysian decoration, DVD players, a lovely pool and decking area. An ideal spot for a wedding, for groups of friends, or families.

    Weddings  -  Ideal to rent out exclusively for a wedding.
    Families  -  The bigger houses are ideal for families.
    Diving  -  Good diving nearby.
    Cooking classes  -  Check for timings.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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About Pangkor

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If you're looking for a low key, isolated, jungle island hideout then Pangkor is for you. Its beaches attract locals from miles around on the weekend, but during the week you'll have them pretty much to yourself. And the village still has a fishing village feel, despite the 17th Century Dutch fort. But that doesn't mean the best places to stay in Pangkor aren't luxurious, if you want to hideout with every luxury then this is the place for it!

As well as relaxing on one of a string of pretty, tranquil, white-sandy beaches, strolling around the three traditional fishing villages, and exploring the interior looking for pirate lairs, visitors to Pangkor get to enjoy some excellent seafood. You can also taste some of the dried seafood delicacies at Pangkor Town's market. Visitors might also enjoy a dive or two in the crystal clear waters, or a fishing trip?

Pasir Bogak is the island's main beach and has a long, shallow entrance to the waters. So it's very popular, especially with families. It's also the best beach for watersports.

If you fancy seeing more of the island you can hire bikes or motorbikes to tour the island's coastline. If you cycle at a relaxed pace it should take you around five and a half hours to circumnavigate. The island has a couple of sights, the Dutch fort, of course, and the Batu Bersurat, a huge stone carved with Dutch graffiti, then there's the psychedelic Lin Je Kong Temple, the Hindu Temple and the Foo Ling Kong Temple, which has its own mini Great Wall of China.

Pangkor is a lot of fun!

The Best Places to Stay in Pangkor

For the perfect beach

  • The Pangkor Laut Resort sits right up against a beautiful white sandy beach, surrounded by wildlife and crystal waters. There's enough space so that you'll feel as if you have your own private slice of paradise. An archetypal honeymoon destination.

For jungle paradise

  • Tiger Rock can be even more private - it's got just eight domed villas, sleeping between three and ten people. But because of the size it's also the perfect place to host a tropical paradise wedding.

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