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May 21, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Pangkor Laut Resort in Pangkor Laut Island, Malaysia

Radiant blue skies, shimmering white sand beaches and the gentle rush of waves rolling ashore greet you with the inviting call of the tropics as you enter Pangkor Laut Resort. Nestled on a tiny private island in the Straits of Malacca, just off Malaysia's western coast, this fabulous retreat welcomes you to enjoy warm comfort in the lap of luxury. The private villas here are situated either amidst the island's lush forests — looking out from the hilltops — or over the sea itself where guests instantly feel aloft from the cares of the everyday world. Spacious and airy, each room allows the natural beauty of the island to flow throughout, with outdoor baths opening to the sea, large balconies perfect for morning coffee and evening cocktails, and plush beds for each evening. At Pangkor Laut Resort enjoy the true beauty of Malaysia and the soothing ambiance of the sea.

After enjoying a beautiful sunrise while stretched out on your balcony, make your way to The Spa Village whose soothing wellness treatments, borrowed from ancient traditions, refresh and revitalize you for the day ahead. Take a boat trip to the nearby island of Pangkor for a delightful cultural tour, venture out for a snorkeling or fishing excursion or glide along the coast on a sightseeing kayak journey. In the afternoon, enjoy the idyllic, meticulously designed fairways at Damai Laut Golf & Country Club then center yourself with a Tai Chi Quan or yoga lesson. With evening settling over the lush countryside, set out on a romantic cruise along the Andaman Sea, or stretch out next to the pool with your favorite cocktail. Delight in a sumptuous meal that evening, dining over the water, with fine Southeast Asian cuisine of The Straits. Retire to your villa that night, gazing out at the stars shining over the sea, and drift off to sleep amidst the luxury comforts of Pangkor Laut Resort.

Location of Pangkor Laut Resort

Pangkor Laut Resort
32200 Lumut, Perak
Pangkor Laut Island, Malaysia

Nearest Airport: KUL

Amenities for Pangkor Laut Resort

  • General Information
  • 140 Villas
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • 2 Bars
  • Wine Cellar
  • Cafe
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Sauna
  • Boutique
  • Tennis Courts
  • Limousine Service
  • Beach Club
  • Lounge
  • Lap Pool
  • Infinity Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Satellite Television
  • iPod Docks
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Activities
  • Excursions
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Snorkeling
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Nature Walks
  • Yoga
  • Fitness Classes
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Play Area
  • Nearby
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Pangkor Laut Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We recently stayed in Pankor Laut for 6 days - celebrating our ruby wedding anniversary. From the minute we arrived it was clear this was a very special place. We were met at jetty and escorted to the hotel reception where there was someone ready and waiting to assign us our room and to brief us on main facilities within the resort. Our room, a Sea Villa, was just beautiful and the bed was "dressed" to wish us a Happy Anniversary - nice touch for us. Throughout our stay everyone was extremely helpful and friendly. Restaurants were excellent with Uncle Lims a standout. Pools, bars all excellent. We had one small issue with our room and this was dealt with very promptly and effectively. Sunset cruise not to be missed!

Mary M - Aughrim, Ireland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We stayed 11 nights in a Hillside Villa we had a fabulous view we had the Sun Rise every morning from our balcony . The Villa was very spacious an outside bath area. a shower 2 wash bowels , well stocked with toiletries and towels. A separate dressing area 2 large wardrobes ,drawers . Good size bedroom area looking out onto the balcony great size with chairs and table. We ate at Fishermans Cove .4 nights which is more formal excellent food. Uncle Lims Chinese, excellent food good atmosphere lots of choices we ate there 3 nights. Feast Village which served a very good selection for breakfast we also ate there in the evening 3 nights Difficult to choose where to eat as all the restaurants gave good service and good food. Chapmans bar was at Emerald Bay beach which was accessed by the shuttle bus they were continuously running up and down all day and all night as you also needed them for two of the restaurants or wherever you needed a lift to. Beach bar had a good selection of food and drinks , beach staff were very good at setting beds up with towels and water, also made a mean Cappuccino 😃 If you want a lazy relaxing holiday this is the place for you as there is not a lot to do

margaret R - Sheffield, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We booked our stay as a once-in-a-lifetime trip to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary (and finally take the honeymoon that we never had at the time). My wife's one stipulation was that she wanted to stay in huts on stilts, over the sea - and I fancied going somewhere a bit out of the ordinary. So we chose Pangkor Laut. We had a spa villa, with a full-board package which included a free massage every day and a bottle of champagne on arrival. (Well if you're going treat yourself, you might as well do it properly, eh?) We had a four hour transfer from KL, in a very comfortable car, complete with cold bottled water, magazines to read, and wi-fi(!). Very luxurious. That was followed by a short boat ride over to the island and that's where the real luxury started. As the island appear into view you know you're in for something special. It's as picturesque as you'd hope. The whole resort is punctuated with little bowls of flowers, arranged in pretty patterns - changed on a daily basis. Even the sand ashtrays were stamped with a 'PLR' logo and adorned with flowers. If you're going to smoke yourself to death, you might as well use a swanky ashtray, right? It's those little details that made a difference - and they were present throughout our stay. The hut (is that the word? Doesn't quite do it justice...) we stayed in was beautiful - the bath was filled with flower petals - there was a chocolate cake with 'Welcome' piped on the plate when we arrived - fresh fruit in the room each day - stuff like that. Wonderful. Unless you have a serious aversion to flower-petals, I suppose. The food was very, very good - the breakfast buffet had everything you could wish for, unless you're after pork-products, but hey - you can live without bacon when the freshly cooked roti are that good. Or the lovely Chinese filled pao. Or the nasi lemak (classic Malay breakfast - rice, boiled egg, crispy anchovies, peanuts, chilli sauce - it's awesome. Trust me). Or the freshly cooked waffles. Or the... well.. you get the point. We had a full board package which included three course lunch and three course dinner. We ate at each of the restaurants during our stay and they were all very good. The lunch menu isn’t the most varied, between restaurants, but pretty much everything we tried was delicious. My one ‘criticism’ about the lunch is that three courses is not at all necessary, when the portion sizes are that large. But, being the troopers we are, we did our best to eat it all. And it was delicious. Evening meals needed booking in advance and you could choose from either Feast Village, where breakfast is served (a pretty varied menu – plenty of delicious Asian dishes – and a fair few Western dishes – can’t comment on those); Uncle Lim’s (Chinese food – in a beautiful setting, perched on top of a rock. We liked it but didn’t love it); The Straits (excellent food in a beautiful intimate setting overlooking Pangkor island – I think this one costs a supplement – but was worth it. Nice to talk to Goh Wy, Ramjan and…the chef, who spent ages chatting to us, and told us the secrets of her amazing tamarind sauce. Which I’ve since forgotten, of course); Fisherman’s Cove (the ‘posh’ one. No children*. Very good food, well cooked, but suffered a bit from Nouvelle Cuisine Syndrome. The Wagyu steak really was sublime, but having a single spear of asparagus on the plate seemed a bit…y’know...pointless). But I’m being picky. Generally – the food was excellent. The scenery was a delight, and there’s plenty of interesting wildlife around, if you’re into that sort of thing. From the tree full – and I mean FULL – of bats, to the hornbills that hop around the place, or the monitor lizards that loaf about, there’s plenty to gawp at. We also saw a wild boar, monkeys, sea otters, a squid/cuttlefish, a spider that looked like it would happily eat a toddler in one bite, and plenty of eagles. It’s that kind of place. Amazing. Which leads nicely to the jungle trek – led by a lovely chap called Aris. What a guy. He should have his own TV show or something. Rarely do you meet someone so knowledgeable, passionate and entertaining. His enthusiasm made the trek from one side of the island into a delightful experience. If you visit Pangkor Laut, you MUST do it. Just be prepared to get sweaty. Very sweaty. At the end of the jungle trek, you end up at the glorious Emerald Bay – the beach. It’s one of the loveliest places I’ve ever been. Bobbing around in the bath-warm sea with a mojito in my hand is genuinely one of the happiest moments in my life. And I’m not easily pleased (see previous overly-picky restaurant critiques as evidence). The spa was really great, too. A 45 minute bathing ‘routine’ (complete with the most refreshing green tea ever), followed by a firm pummelling from one of the lovely ladies there. I didn’t even mind the fact that I had to get naked to have it (though my dignity was largely covered by one of the Pangkor Laut sarongs, which you get to keep afterwards, as a gift). My wife, who’s been to several spas, said it was absolutely wonderful. I’m not much of a spa goer – so I really have much to compare it to, but I really enjoyed it too. We filled our days doing nothing. Which was exactly what we wanted to do. It was bliss. The whole place was very quiet and relaxed. Half the time it felt like we were the only people around. And that was perfect. In the past, we’ve found that we often get to the end of a holiday and think “That was nice, but I’m ready to go home now”. When we left Pangkor Laut we were both absolutely gutted to be leaving. We’ll miss more or less everything about it. I’ve already started saving for our 20th wedding anniversary. *Actually, the phrase used was ‘Children over 16 are welcome’, which neatly encapsulates the subtle polite ‘vibe’ of Pangkor Laut.

TOther_Simon


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Truly a 5 star resort in Malaysia, the high level of service was experienced starting from the check-in until the day we check-out. We were given a welcoming drink to quench our thirst and fresh towels to freshen up when we stepped into their private check-in office at the Marina Island Jetty. We were greeted another welcome drink and fresh towels when we arrived by speed boat to their private island. The room was huge and our room was facing the sea. The room was equipped with an LED TV with 20 or more so channels. We were loaned with a pocket wifi which is really convenient where we can be connected to the internet even outdoors. If I am not wrong, each room has a private outdoor bathtub which can be really romantic for couples. This resort provides turndown service apart from the usual daily room cleaning service. After dinner, couple returning to their room would be greeted with a cleaned toned down room ambience with calming aroma candle. In my opinion, the service level and the ambience of the restaurants in this resort is good. However, most of the food do not have the wow factor in the taste department. Some restaurants or places of interest are quite a distance from the lobby. Therefore, the shuttle service do help the guests to commute and it is just 15-20 mins wait Lastly, would like to give special mentions to the resort staffs named Sam, Dinesh, Nicole which I felt had performed more than we had expected.

kelvin_ck1 - Kuala Lumpur


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Great hospitallity, like a royalty. Hill villa with a beautifull view. Free water and shuttle to the beach. Most People eat by Uncle Lin. Good food. Unpleasant visit of 3 monkey's in our room. They try to steel our stuf. When we shout hard the get out. But they show their teeth and grrr. Very scarry. We called 3 times the Reception, but nobody came. No help or care after wards.

Mar L - Cruquius, The Netherlands


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