Fu Lin Kong Chinese Temple

Fu Lin Kong Temple, Pangkor Island
Fu Lin Kong is a Chinese temple in Pangkor Island. Many Chinese tourists like to visit and pray in this temple to get the blesses from god. However, this doesn't mean that Chinese temple is only the favourite place for Chinese only. Other races and foreign tourist also love this place because Fu Lin Kong is one of the popular temple in Pangkor Island and its exquisite environ...
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Teluk Nipah

Teluk Nipah, Pangkor Island
Teluk Nipah Further down the road, is the increasingly popular Teluk Nipah. Accommodation here caters much to the middle to lower-ranged budgets and can be a little dissapointing to those who have something of a romantic notion of island getaway in mind. Chalets, restaurants and motels line the streets and even the small alleyways and during the peak seasons, it's jam-packed w...
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Teluk Batik

Teluk Batik
Approximately 84 km south of Ipoh is the quiet coastal town of Lumut which is now the base of the Royal Malaysian Navy and the jumping-off point to Pangkor island. Many locals, however, do not take the ferry to Pangkor but instead head for Teluk Batik, a pleasant beach about 6 km from Lumut. Here the white sands and swaying coconut trees make it an ideal site for relaxation and...
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Pasir Bogak

Pasir Bogak
This is the most popular seaside resort of Pangkor. It has been described as the biggest swimming pool in the world. The water is shallow and crystal clear, offering endless hours of fun and frolic in the sunkissed sea along the vast coral reef. It is accessible by road from Pangkor Town. The 2 km crescent shaped beach offers a host of facilities such as sailing, fishing, s...
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Pangkor Laut Island

Pangkor Laut Resort
Pangkor Laut is a privately owned island located three miles off the West Coast of Malaysia along the Straits of Malacca. This piece of paradise has been 2 million years in the making, and here you will find one of the world’s premier resorts nestling in the shade of forest giants as old as the land. You will find no other resorts – just secluded bays curled around prist...
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Golden Sands / Pantai Puteri Dewi

Pantai Puteri Dewi
A legendary lovelorn princess is said to have drowned at this beach, which has been named in her memory. To locals, the beach is popularly known as Golden Sands. A private beach under an international chain of hotels, Pantai Puteri Dewi offers no land access except for its guests. The beach is located on the northwest of the island. Evenings are particularly wonderful as t...
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Kota Belanda / Dutch Fort

Kota Belanda or Dutch Fort was originally build by the Dutch in 1670 as warehouse to store tine ore mined from Perak. This fort is located in a bay in Pulau Pangkor, known as Kampung Teluk Gedung, which was at that point time a fishing village. The reason the Dutch built this fort is closely linked with their arrival to the Malay Archipelago in early 17th century. The Du...
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Pangkor Island / Pulau Pangkor

Pangkor Island
Pangkor Island situated just off the west coast of Perak in Peninsular Malaysia is one of the most enchanting islands you'll ever come across. Pangkor has for centuries enthralled visitors with her charming beauty. In days of old, she was the refuge of seamen who sailed through the Straits of Malacca. Pangkor's many idyllic bays made it the perfect stopover. Pirates, advent...
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