So here we are, the end of our visit to Pangkor Laut Resort and the chance to reflect on a memorable experience that was soothing, invigorating, relaxing and fun.
One of the areas that Pangkor Laut excels is making the guests feel important. Having been to many high-quality resorts, we’ve the benefit of cumulative experience and in the majority of places we have visited familiarity starts to set in and staff adopt the ‘They know where everything is” attitude. This was never the case during our stay at Pangkor Laut Resort, every day we felt important and were looked after.
We talked to many guests during our time at the resort to garner independent experiences, words such as ‘Magical’, ‘Amazing’ and ‘Stunning’ were the most common words used to describe how guests felt about Pangkor Laut Resort.
For us, Pangkor Laut Resort has pretty much got it right, so taking the above in mind we have tried to sum up our experience in a couple of sentences:
“Pangkor Laut Resort, without any reservations is the finest beach resort we have visited in Malaysia and we have no doubt that it justifies its reputation as Malaysia’s best.” – Paul Godbold
Pangkor Laut enjoys a year-round equatorial climate with a temperature range of 20°C – 35°C. The days are warm and the nights are cool. Rainfall is copious and fairly evenly distributed throughout the year.
The rain is mostly convectional – the rain clouds are built up by rising warm air currents and the rains descends in a downpour that normally lasts an hour or two.
Location and How to get there (click image to enlarge)
It is located one and a half kilometers (one nautical mile) to the south-east of the main island of Pangkor, off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Pangkor Laut boasts of a prestigious geographical address at 4°14’ North, 100°34’ East on the world map. It is truly a tropical isle with rocky outcrops and white sandy beaches fringed by the rain forest whose luxuriance is supported by the copious rainfall and warm tropical sun.
Malaysia Airlines operates international flights from major destinations around the world to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Sepang. From Kuala Lumpur, you may continue your journey by land or by air towards Pangkor Laut.
Those traveling to and from Singapore also have the option of flying into Ipoh Airport or Skypark Subang Terminal (formerly known as Terminal 3 Subang) via Firefly and continue the journey by land towards Pangkor Laut.
Published Rates: (click image to enlarge)
Rates are subject to prevailing service charge and government taxes, for single or double occupancy per room, per night. Rates are subject to change without prior notice. US Dollars rates are converted to local currency at time of billing. Group rates are honoured for a block of 10 rooms or more.
For reservations, please contact
YTL Travel Centre
Tel: +60 3 2783 1000
Fax: +60 3 2148 7397
Email: [email protected]