Pangkor Laut Resort on Pangkor Laut Island

Pangkor Laut Resort (Photo Credit : Tourism Malaysia

Pangkor Laut Island

Pulau Pangkor Laut (Pangkor Laut Island)  is a small continental island of approximately 120 hectares (300 acres). It is located 1.5 kilometres (one nautical mile) to the southeast 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 rainforest whose luxuriance is supported by the copious rainfall and warm tropical sun.

Pangkor Laut Resort

Pangkor Laut Resort is an exclusive luxury resort situated on a private island (Pangkor Laut Island) off the west coast of Malaysia. This piece of paradise is surrounded by secluded bays and pristine beaches, which house 140 luxury villas and suites, including 8 exclusive estates and the award-winning Spa Village Pangkor Laut. Only a fraction of the island’s 300 acres have been developed, leaving most of its two million-year-old rainforest untouched. The Resort’s numerous international accolades include ‘Number One in the World’ by Condé Nast Traveler.


Pangkor Laut Island,
32200 Lumut, Perak, Malaysia.

+60 3 2783 1000 or

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Resort Room in Pangkor Laut Resort

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Restaurants in Pangkor Laut Resort

Feast Village

A patisserie, café, chef's table and wine, and offer local delicacies and flavourful Malay cuisine.

Fisherman's Cove

Fisherman's Cove features a unique symphony of seafood themed dishes crafted by Chef Wai.

Uncle Lim's Kitchen

Uncle Lim’s Kitchen specialises in Nyonya and Hock Chew Chinese-style home cooking.

Royal Bay Beach Club

Asian and international favourites are available for lunch and in the evening,

Chapman's Bar

Chapman's Bar sits on a white sandy beach with views of the bay, and serves Asian and Western specialities.

Jamu Bar

The Jamu Bar serves healthy salads and speciality drinks.

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