Pangkor Coral Bay

Lot 34, Pasir Bogak, Pangkor, Perak, 32300, Malaysia
Coral Bay Resort, Pangkor
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  • Couples33
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Getting to Pulau Pangkor from KL

by Wild_Orchid

If you want to get to Pulau Pangkor and Lumut from KL or Penang, you'll find the link here.

Please check my Pulau Pangkor page for further information.

excellent islands:

not just...

by dusk

excellent islands:

not just tioman which is overdone by tourists..

try eg pulau sibu, pulau pangkor and pulau tinggi.

great diving spots and beautiful sands as well

Pulau Pangkor

by Designerartgirl

A stunning island on the West Coast of Malaysia which is mainly local, so ideal for people who dont like lots of tourists flocking around. This island is purfect also for people who love to see wildlife as Hornbilles are flying around all day for all to see....

Pangkor Island

by gnh

Pangkor Island ( Pulau Pangkor ) is easily accessible by road. A 3-hr drive from KL will bring you to LUMUT< where you take the ferry to Pangkor ( 20min ).

It's small and packed with tourists, since it's so accessible. Maybe you like the crowd, but most probably you don't.

To have real exlucsivity to to the Pangkor Laut Resort where you'll be treated like a Prince / Princess ( well, almost ) in your jungle paradise.

Pulau Pangkor and Pulau Langkawi

by pipercherokee

"Pulau Langkawi"

The Hornbill. Somewhat similar to the Toucan (which can be found here as well) but with a horn on top of its bill. Beautiful to seem them glide past you.

Pantei Cenang (Cenang beach) on the island of Langkawi. The tsunami (the secondary wave - still 300 km/h) hit the island of Langkawi, especially this beach. The 20 foot wave went in about 60 meters to the street and covered it for about an hour before receeding. There was damage to some of the resort chalets (you can barely see one being rebuilt near the water in this pic) and there were deaths (56 total in Malaysia with most on this island). Apparently as the tsunami approached, the fish starting jumping right near shore, and of course a few unlucky folks ventured in for the easy pickings. But of course, three months later there is no real clue that anything happened. Everything is functioning normally, however the tourists are lacking.

Pantei Cenang

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Forum Posts

pulau pangkor..

by michellechan

where can i find a cheap hotel or resort wit a/c and personal bathroom wit price under rm100 per room per night and its walking distance to the island?need help here..i planned to go on 15-17 of july..thanks

RE: pulau pangkor..

by xuessium

HI! I have never been to P.Pangkor but you may find Linu's VT page on P.Pangkor useful: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/84938/1390cf/. Cheers!

RE: pulau pangkor..

by MASRYNA

Try Sea View Hotel, located at Pantai Pasir Bogak,Beachfront.Just nice budget resort. They having package price from RM 110/pax/night incl.B/L/D. Hotel rate from RM115/night.
Tel: 605-6851605/6851705

Good Luck

save travelling to pulau pangkor?

by lottaa

hello everybody,

i ve just read in the lonely planet that pulau pangkor is not a save place to travel to as a single female. it does sound like a nice place though so can any of you support this advice through their own experience or would tell me the opposite? or do you have other recommendations if i m looking for a few nice beach days in that area or further down towards singapore?

thanks ever so much for your advice,

lottaa

Re: save travelling to pulau pangkor?

by mansionion

Welcome to VT!
Well Pangkor (& Malaysia generally) is safe, just use your common sense and play by the ears. Avoid walking alone especially at nite. Pangkor's folks are kinda friendly and its not such a big island.
Hve fun!
-m-

Pangkor Island Beach Resort

by virtualling

Please share your experience on this place as I'll be going there end of this month. How's the staff/ service? I was told by the hotel that I'd need to get a cab to go out for food/ stores if I wanna. And the fare is about RM25. That's steep. I'd like to hear your opinion on your visit there.
Thanks lots!

RE: Pangkor Island Beach Resort

by mansionion

Hi Ling!

I stayed in Pangkor Island Beach Resort when it was still managed by Pan Pacific in 2001. Overall, its a pleasant experience - friendly staff & good services. My only compain is the resort is located quite out of the place - it is in a secluded part of Pulau Pangkor with its own jetty and private beach (Pantai Puteri). Definitely you need to hire a cab or bike to go out for food or shopping at the local town. Then again, the resort's location could be a plus point if you want some privacy during your holiday.

-m-

RE: RE: Pangkor Island Beach Resort

by virtualling

Thanks for the help!

RE: RE: Pangkor Island Beach Resort

by chiabh

hhi ling...

there is nthing really to see on pangkor island... just rent a taxi for the day and you will be able to see the whole island... mini great wall of china, dutch fort, pasir bogok... lunch/dinner at the pangkor village where the ferries terminal is and shopping for drienmd seafood at the same time... it's about all...

pibr is the former pan-pacifc resort and is far from pangkor village... there is a direct ferry from lumut to the resort, so don't miss the timing...

regards.chia

RE: RE: Pangkor Island Beach Resort

by virtualling

Hi Sha,
Thanks for the forum reply.
I've been to Pangkor. But was ages ago.
8 years ago I think. I did the whole excursion in Pangkor.
Rented a kapchai and all.

Thing is, I just need to know if getting to the makan places from the resort
would be difficult. How dichu get the van rental & how much was it?

Hope all's super cool with you.


ling

RE: RE: Pangkor Island Beach Resort

by mansionion

Yes, its quite difficult to go to makan places from the resort. The nearest makan place is a warung/small restaurant close to the resort's staff quarters. However, choice of food here is quite limited and it also close quite early.

-m-

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