Pangkor Island Beach Resort
Pangkor Island Beach Resort
Teluk Belanga (Golden Sands),
32300 Pangkor Island, Perak,
Web Site: http://www.pangkorislandbeach.com
Calm and tranquillity greets you the moment you set foot on the expansive spread of 73 acres of lush tropical jungle surrounding the resort.
One of the jewels in the crown of west coast Peninsular Malaysia’s island resorts, Pangkor Island Beach Resort offers a truly unforgettable experience to guests desiring fun in the sun and for the finer things in life.
A mere 3.5 hours drive by car, or 35 minutes by air from Kuala Lumpur, Pangkor Island Beach Resort is one of the most accessible island resorts for busy city dwellers. A tropical forest setting complimented with white sandy beaches and pristine waters in a private bay are some of the charming characteristics that make Pangkor Island Beach Resort the ideal tropical getaway destination.
Be awed by the natural beauty of unspoilt nature, exotic flora and fauna, secluded pristine beach and breathtaking sunset that makes the resort one of the preferred holiday destinations in Malaysia.
How to Reach there:
Travel By Road:
The scenic landscape along the North-South Highway makes driving from Kuala Lumpur or Penang a pleasant journey. Flanking the highway is several charming landscaped R &R pit stop offering local snacks, beverages and year round seasonal fruits
From Kuala Lumpur:
Take the road to Jalan Kuching and head on to the Jalan Duta right up to the tollgate. Follow road signs to the North-South Highway After cruising for about an hour, exit the highway at Bidor. 100 meters you will approach the tollgate After the toll, turn right where you will pass some old shophouses and fruit stalls Pass the petrol station and turn left towards Teluk Intan. Follow the signs that say Lumut You will pass by the fringes of Sitiawan town.
Lumut is one of the smaller towns of the state of Perak It is the gateway to Pangkor, about 84 km north of Ipoh , it is approximately a 3 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur or 2 hours from Penang . This quaint town boasts a peculiar atmosphere even to many Malaysians visiting for the first time. Lumut seems contented with its own pace of progress compared to how fast the rest of Malaysia is growing. Old and elegant buildings still house some of the town's administrative offices.
Travel By Air:
You can fly via Berjaya Air from Subang Airport . Flight departs daily except Tuesday and Thursday. The flight takes approximately 40 minutes and lands straight onto Pangkor Island Airport . Complementary shuttle from the Airport to Pangkor Island Beach Resort is a mere 5 minutes ride.
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Pangkor Airport-1.3 km
Sitiawan Airport-17.3 km
Sultan Azlan Shah Airport-69.8 km
Ipoh - Sultan Azlan Shah Airport-70.2 km
The Oldest Railway Station-69.5 km
Ipoh Railway Station-69.6 km
Lumut Bus Station-9.9 km
Public Bus Station-9.9 km
Manjung Bus Station-14.8 km
Sitiawan Bus Station-17.0 km
Seri Manjung Bus Station-14.7 km
Hotel Pangkor Island Beach Resort-1.3 km
Golden Beach Hotel and Resort-5.0 km
Chuan Full Hotel-5.7 km
Marina Cove Hotel and Resort-9.1 km
Orient Star Hotel-9.2 km
Uncle Lim restaurant-6.5 km
Ling Cheng Ji Seafood Restaurant-23.2 km
Famouse Sun Swee Kiong Seafood Restaurant-57.0 km