is a charming isle off the mainland of Lumut. One of the few
remaining unspoilt island in Peninsular Malaysia just a 30
minutes ride on the large ferry, the island has several spots
of cluster of villages, with fishing as the main occupation
Hornbills, which inhabit the island, are regular visitors
to the resort.One way to absorb the local culture is to experience
first hand some of its attractions :
FOO LING KONG TEMPLE & LITTLE
GREAT WALL OF CHINA
Home to numerous rock paintings, the temple features a miniature
replica of one of the wonders of the world.
LIN YE KONG TEMPLE
Expertly built on a rock outcropping in honour of the GoddessKuan
Yin ( Goddess of Mercy)
KALI AMMAN TEMPLE
Largest Indian temple on Pangkor Island
CHINESE FISHING VILLAGE
View the bustle of the docks filled with workers cleaning
and drying the day’s catch.
A small but charming one-street town with numerous coffee
shops and stores hawking dried seafood produce and souvenirs
Known as Batu Bersurat, the boulder pays tribute to a child
that was allegedly abducted by the locals dismay over the
Dutch’s incursion of Pangkor Island
DUTCH FORT (KOTA BELANDA)
Built in 1670, the fort once offered protection against the
localpopulation and pirates
PASIR BOGAK BEACH
2 kilometres of crystal clear waters with a picturesque seascape.
Less crowded beach, filled with corals and flocks of hornbills.