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PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
LUMUT : Pulau Pangkor Laut Island
 
 

 

Off the main island of Pulau Pangkor is Pulau Pangkor Laut, a privately-owned island that is open to the public. Relatively unspoilt, this 825-hectare island is affectionately known as ?Fantasy Island?, due to its lush tropical surroundings and crystal clear waters. Among its finest beaches is Emerald Bay. Reputed to be one of the best beaches on the west coast of Malaysia, the upscale Pangkor Laut Resort sits here, fronting powdery white beaches and offering guests endless hours of swimming in emerald waters. The resort also provides a range of recreational and sporting facilities as well, including snorkeling, water scooters, water skiing, parasailing, canoeing, catamaran sailing, windsurfing and scuba diving. Interesting fish, exotic sea plants and all sorts of invertebrates live among the rocks. While sailing and windsurfing buffs can seek their thrill at Royal Beach.

 
 
SNORKELING & SCUBA DIVING
 

 

For those looking to skin dive from Pulau Pangkor Laut, the best spot is off Coral Beach where many species of marine life abound in this colourful coral reef. Coral Beach is accessible by land. From the hotel, it is a 20-minute walk along a well marked path. Snorkelers will enjoy viewing coral polyps the animals that build coral reefs as they emerge from their rock mansions to feed on minute plankton.

 
 
 
GETTING THERE
 

 

There are regular scheduled ferry services between Lumut and Pulau Pangkor Laut daily. Pulau Pangkor Laut can be reached in 15 minutes by ferry from Pulau Pangkor.

 
 
 
 
LUMUT : Pulau Pangkor Laut Island
PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA