Pangkor Island (Pulau Pangkor) located at the Southwest coast of Perak in Malaysia, it is also recognized as one of the most beautiful island in Malaysia. With the total surface area of 8 km², and approximately 25000 peoples on the island, which mainly do fishing, marine products and tourism for living.
Pangkor Island is the largest island among the nine island around it. Most of the people of Pangkor do fishing for livings, the surface area of Pangkor island is small but well- equipped with convenient accommodation and moderate expenses. The island’s historic monuments are Dutch Fort, temples in ancient Chinese architectural style, satay manufacturer etc, which are the tourist spots in Pangkor Island.
Pangkor has two famous beaches – the Pasir Bogak and Teluk Nipah. Visitors can enjoy water sports here such as: diving, surfing, fishing etc. Pasir Bogak has developed quite well, while Teluk Nipah is still preserved with country-styled ambience.