Pangkor Laut Resort
Pangkor Laut Resort is a privately owned island property that is ideal for a true "get away from it all" experience. The resort offers pristine beaches including the acclaimed Emerald Bay, Malaysian style villas over the water or hidden in the forest, 7 restaurants, spa treatments, and a fully equipped gym.
- Stylish resort on a unique island
- Combination of luxury, natural beauty and age-old wilderness
- Honeymooners' paradise
- Peace and tranquillity
- The award-winning Spa Village Pangkor Laut – the flagship spa of the Spa Village brand is a four-acre haven offering spa treatments inspired by the healing therapies of the Asian region.
LocationPangkor Laut Island, Malaysia
Best time to go
There is no real "best time" to visit Pangkor Laut due to the fact that the island is mostly shielded by Sumatra and the weather is consistent throughout the year. Short downpours happen throughout the year but typically only last an hour or two with the wettest months being March, April, and October through December.
This resort is located three miles off the west coast of Malaysia and is nestled in a 2 million year old rainforest. It sits on 300 acres of which only a fraction are used for villas. This resort has something for everyone including two swimming pools, a spa, tennis, squash, jungle trekking, snorkelling, sunset cruises, or simply sitting on the personal balcony watching the colours of the sunset.
- Hair salon
- Library (including WiFi and computer terminals with internet access)
- Tennis courts
- Squash court
- Fitness centre
- 2 swimming pools
- Water sports centre
Uncle Lim's Kitchen - Uncle Lim's Kitchen specialises in traditional Hockchew Chinese style home cooking and Nyonya cuisine and is located at the top of a rocky outcrop overlooking the sea offering spectacular views. All dishes are inspired by the unique local products and can be adjusted to each guest's individual tastes and/or requirements.
Fisherman's Cove - Fisherman's Cove is a fine dining restaurant offering a unique symphony of seafood themed dishes crafted by Chef Wai, the pioneer of this locally and internationally acclaimed restaurant, which focuses on sustainable fishing practices and the freshest ingredients. .Children under 16 are not allowed and smart casual dress is required.
Feast Village - Breakfast is a vibrant, interactive dining experience with diverse culinary offerings from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. The Feast Village also features a patisserie, cafe, Chef's table and wine cellar where guests can purchase wines of their choice. For dinner, the Feast Village introduces diners to local delicacies and showcases the best of Malay cuisine
Royal Bay Beach Club - The Royal Bay Beach Club is an alfresco restaurant overlooking the infinity pool that serves a variety of Asian and Western favourites for lunch. The restaurant transforms to a chic cocktail lounge in the evening.
Chapman's Bar - Chapman's Bar is named after a famous British Colonel who sought refuge at Emerald Bay before his dramatic escape by submarine in 1945. The bar is located on Emerald Bay and serves light lunches daily including sandwiches, salads and tasty seafood dishes. A variety of beverages are served throughout the day.
Jamu Bar - Jamu Bar is located in an enclave of Spa Village and overlooks the Straits of Malacca. The bar serves Japanese and healthy cuisine for lunch and can be reserved for intimate private dinners.
The Straits - The Straits is a fine dining restaurant and is located by the beach set against the rocks and provides some of the finest cuisine drawn from South East Asian influences. The Straits offers exclusive sea views from select private dining booths. Children under 16 are not allowed and smart casual dress is required.
A dining concierge is available for private dining experiences.
Garden Villas - These villas are housed in double storey units located close to the main facilities and have large bathrooms. The villas on the ground floor have a private courtyard with a huge bathtub while the top floor villas open out to a view of the rainforest. For guests travelling with children, these Villas may be selected which are comprised of two ground floor adjoining villas.
Hill Villas - These villas are located on the hillside amidst the rainforest and offer beautiful views of tropical gardens and the sea. They are housed in double storey units and the villas on the ground floor have a private courtyard with a huge bathtub while the top floor villas open out to a view of the rainforest.
Beach Villas - These spacious villas are housed in one level, two unit buildings clustered around tropical gardens with spectacular views of the sea. Each villa has its own private outdoor bath. While providing a stunning scene, the seabed of Royal Bay has a natural rocky formation and guests are advised to swim at nearby Emerald Bay.
Sea Villas - These villas are set on stilts over the sea and are linked by wooden walkways and have their own personal balconies. They offer beautiful views of the Straits of Malacca and the surrounding islands. Each suite has its own en-suite bathroom as well as a spacious bath surrounded by ocean views. These villas do not offer a television but offer a CD player and iPod dock instead.
Spa Villa - These villas are set on stilts over the sea and are linked by wooden walkways and offer direct access to the Spa Village. Each unit features an oversized bathtub with a ceiling mounted shower, a large balcony, and stunning views of the Straits of Malacca. These villas do not offer a television but offer a CD player and iPod dock instead.
Sea Suites - The Suria and Purnama Suites stand on stilts over the sea and feature an entrance hall and a separate bedroom. Each suite features a balcony, TV lounge, and a spacious bathroom with an oversized bathtub offering views of the sea.
Pavarotti Suite - The Pavarotti Suite is named after world renowned tenor Luciano Pavarotti who fell in love with Pangkor Laut. This suite features two bedrooms, a luxurious and spacious lounge area, a TV room, kitchen, and an expansive balcony with stunning views of the sea and rainforest.
- The Chef 's Kitchen Experience
- Pangkor Laut Island Excursion
- Guided snorkelling tours
- Island hopping
- Sunset cruise
- Chartered cruise
- Catamaran sailing
- Fishing excursions
- Yoga classes
- Tai Chi Quan classes
- Jungle trek and nature appreciation walk accompanied by an experienced resident naturalist
- Picnic on Emerald Bay
- Squash and tennis
The resort welcomes children and baby-sitting services are available upon request.
7 Nights at Pangkor Laut ResortFrom $2,021.70
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- Accommodation in a Hill Villa
- Daily breakfast
Book By: 31 Aug 2018 | Travel Period: 06 April 2018 – 19 December 2018
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