3 Days 2 Nights Pangkor Island

Pangkor Island

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.

Ancient well

Ancient well is an example of what people of Pangkor would use as their water source during the olden days when there wasn’t tap water supply. This well in particular, was said to have existed since the early days of British colonisation. People in the area would use the water primarily for cleaning purposes.

Boat Building Factory

Boatbuilding Factory 1970s and 1980s was the peak period for boatbuilding industry in Pangkor. There were at least 10 factories in the vicinity and business was thriving. During that period, boat builders sourced their raw materials locally. They purchased Cengal wood from Pahang but have switched to using imported materials since the late 70s. On average, a standard-sized fishing boat takes about 4-5 months to complete.

Fu Lin Gong Temple

Fu Lin Gong Temple, situated in Sungai Pinang Besar, is the largest Chinese temple in Pangkor. In the back garden, there is a mini ‘Great Wall of China’, an eccentric architectural feature of the temple. Another interesting aspect can be found on the roof: all 12 Chinese zodiac signs were integrated into the design. Visitors who do not mind a hike could also climb up the hill behind the main temple area to take in the picturesque view of multi-coloured Kampung rooftops, the vast ocean, the fishing boats and the ever-so-blue sky of Pangkor.

The Dutch Fort

The Dutch Fort located in Teluk Gedung, is approximately 2 km from Pangkor Jetty. The fort was built by the Dutch in the 1670s for the purpose of storage and protection of tin supplies. The fort was also an important hub for trading. When the Dutch colony retreated in 1748, the fort was abandoned altogether. In 1973, Malaysia’s museum department reconstructed the fort and included it as a historical site.

Batu Bersurat

Opposite the The Dutch Fort lies an inscribed stone known as Batu Bersurat or Historical Rock. The rock is 10.7m long and 4.6m wide, standing at 4.3m in height. On the surface of the stone, the side facing the vast sea, one could see carving that reads ‘I F CRALO 1743′ and ‘VOC’. VOC is an acronym for the Dutch East India Company.

Description :

Package Deal :

RM1,355.00 nett per person ( twin / triple share )

Rate inclusive of

  • Return transfers Kuala Lumpur to & fro Lumut jetty.
  • Return ferry transfers Lumut Jetty to & from Pangkor Island.
  • 01 half day round Island tour.
  • 02 nights accommodation at Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort or similar 3 star.
  • 02 hotel breakfast, 02 lunch and 02 dinner.

Rate EXCLUDED

  • Personal expenses.
  • Meal that NOT indicated.
  • Tips to the service personnel.
  • Peak season surcharge ( enclose the seasonal chart ) :
    1. (a)Weekends @ RM 45.00 per person per night.
    2. (b)Peak @ RM 65.00 per person per night.
    3. (c)Super peak @ RM 95.00 per person per nght.
Schedule :
Day 1 Kuala Lumpur – Lumut – Pangkor Island (Dinner)
08:00 MDepart Kuala Lumpur to Lumut Jetty, and stopover for lunch ( at your own expenses ) on the journey.
14:00 Estimated arrive at the Resort, check-in and then rest of the day free.
18:00 Dinner served at the Resort.
Day 2 Pangkor Island (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)
08:00 Breakfast at hotel.
09:00 Depart for a brief tour of the Island, of which for the places of interest: Fishing village; Foo Lin Kong Temple; Dutch Fort (Kota Belanda); Batu Bersurat and Tiger Rock, local products factory ( dried seafood ).
12:30 Lunch served at the hotel.
18:30 This evening you are going to enjoy the hotel’s dinner.
Day 3 Pangkor Island – Kuala Lumpur (breakfast / Lunch)
08:00 Breakfast at hotel
11:30 Check-out and proceed for lunch at the Resort.
13:00 After lunch, depart for Jetty for ferry back to Lumut, then transfer by Road to Kuala Lumpur.