This is one of the restaurants in Pangkor Laut. It's located next to the lap pool. At night you can have dinner here or come for a drink and listen to the sounds of the resident band playing romantic music. You can also ask them to play your favourite music. They will be glad to do so.
Dress Code: Casual
Come on a dark nite and check out the sand when a wave leaves the shore. You'll see little blue flourecent things on the sand. Very very interesting. I tend to think of them as all the souls that died at sea that missed land so much that they re-incarnated as these little blue creatures that make it special for people who find the time to see them
Dress Code: Shorts, t-shirt & flip flops
There isn't much nightlife at Pangkor. So indulge in some seafood delicacies is one of the best way to spend the night away! There are a number of restaurants and eateries near the town and Pasir Bogak to choose. Try the stingray (Pari in malay)!
Pangkor is not the place to go if one is expecting a lively night scene. I spent my evening sitting on the beach & watching the sunset. At night, its just nice to sit on the beach and get lost in the waves, stars and moon (thanks, Paul !).
Dress Code: Casual. Very important to have good hardy slippers. Leave your nice & expensive shoes at home (if you can) and buy a pair of RM6 slippers. Trust me, when you are on the beach with slippers, you will be more relaxed !