Off the coast of perak State, north of Selangor , lies a cluster of fabulous islands with unquestionably some of the best coves and beaches on the western coast of peninsular Malaysia. Among them, two islands predominate in terms of accessibility, infrastructure and development - the largest island, Pangkor and her sister Pangkor Laut. Those who are not familiar with the geographical locations generally confuse the two.
Forty minutes by ferry from Lumut, the popular island resort of Pulau Pangkor (Pangkor Island) welcomes visitors with its serene golden beaches, crystalline blue waters, and cool refreshing breezes. Located about 90km south west of lpoh, it is largely inhabited by fisherfolk.
They live in scattered fishing settlements along the coast especially on the eastern side, facing the town of Lumut and Teluk Batik, and their catch comprises mainly cuttlefish and anchovy. The modern facilities make it an ideal gateway. A wide range of sun and sea activities are available such as scuba diving, wind-surfing, fishing, snorkelling.
Pangkor Airport/ Lumut Bus Terminal arrived. Head to Lumut Jetty
KL Bus Terminal to jetty(5 hours required)
|Day 2||Free sight-seeing after breakfast.||Hotel||Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
|Day 3||Free sight-seeing after breakfast.||Hotel||Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner|
|Day 4||Depart from Pangkor after breakfast, Lumut arrived. Head to Pangkor Airport/ Lumut Bus Terminal by private transport.||Hotel||Breakfast.|
How to get to Lumut:
Lumut is a jetty will be passed by when heading to Pangkor.
Traveling bus is available from KL (5 hours trip). Arrive at Mersing Bus Terminal at the afternoon (2.00pm).
Hentian Duta Bus Terminal, Single way from RM35 (Transnasional bus)
MJC Leisure could do all the tickets booking for you *Every single tickets will charge RM10.00 more as procedure fees.
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