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Pangkor Laut Island Honeymoon Travel Guide

Pangkor Laut Island is an exclusive, privately owned island offering a tropical island hideaway just 1.6km off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

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Emerald Bay Beach, Pangkor Laut Island
Emerald Bay, Pangkor Laut Island – Images courtesy of Pangkor Laut Resort

Introducing Pangkor Laut

Once the private domain of the Sultan of Perak, this beautiful island offers secluded bays fringed by pristine white-sand beaches and unspoiled rainforest that envelopes 80 per cent of the tiny 1.2km² island – the perfect spot for a secluded honeymoon holiday and romantic getaway.


Kayaking Pangkor Laut

What to do and see

Sunbathe on gorgeous white-sand beaches flanked by palms and lush vegetation-covered rocky headlands.

Relax on the verandah of an overwater Malay-style chalet, perched atop stilts in the turquoise waters of Royal Bay or enjoy a range of activities including snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, sail-boarding, water-skiing and fishing.

Together with the island’s resident naturalist, enjoy a fascinating hike through the jungle and gain an insight into this spectacular virgin rainforest – estimated to be more than two million years old. Look out for crab-eating macaque monkeys, tropical monitor lizards and yellow pied hornbills along the way.

Later enjoy a leisurely sunset cruise around the island – the perfect setting for a romantic evening.


Pangkor Laut Resort

Accommodation

Relax on the stunning beach at Emerald Bay, just a short walk from Pangkor Laut’s sole accommodation – the luxury 5-star Pangkor Laut Resort.

Here you can unwind with a range of creature comforts in a fabulous setting that seamlessly blends wooden architecture into virgin rainforest. Of the island's 300 acres, only a fraction has been developed to house the resort.

Pangkor Laut ResortPangkor Laut Resort
Location: Pangkor Laut Island
Rating: 5-star
Prices: from AUD330 per room
Description: This luxury resorts sits on a private white-sand beach and offers a choice of sea, spa, hill and garden villas. Spa villas comprise wooden Malay-style chalets perched atop stilts, connected by wooden boardwalks over the sea, while hill and garden villas are set amidst the nearby hills and lush vegetaion. Each villa offers Malaysian arts and textiles with warm wood interiors, contemporary wood furnishings, king-size beds, writing tables and a private sun deck furnished with chaise lounges. Bathrooms include separate bathtubs and showers with jetted bathtubs, complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Facilities incl.: 4 restaurants, 2 bars, 2 outdoor pools, TV lounge, health club, spa, room service, 3 floodlet tennis courts, squash court and watersport activities.

Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travellers have to say about the Pangkor Laut Island at TripAdvisor.


Best time to visit Pangkor Laut Island

Anytime, but probably best in January and February, and from May to September. Expect warm sunny days with cool nights; temperatures range from 22°C at night up to 30°C during the day. Short downpours can happen at any time of the year.

For more climate info: Pangkor Weather Guide


Getting there

Pangkor Laut Island is located 1.6 km off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and is easily accessible by ferry from Lumut or by air from Kuala Lumpur.

Information on how to get to Pangkor Island


Latest update about Pangkor Laut honeymoon destination: 3 March, 2017


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