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Pangkor Laut

Why We Love This Hotel :

Location: Pangkor is a privately-owned island, 1.6 km off the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia along the Straits of Malacca. It has a true tropical island feel with its lush mountain top canopies and white sandy beaches.

History: This island is rumored to be over two million years in the making, and was once a refuge for local fishermen, merchants and pirates.

Service: Guests may enjoy the ease of shuttle transportation at this resort, with pick-up and drop-off points throughout the hotel.

Guests may choose from a vast array of activities and indulgences at the Pangkor Laut, from a trip in the hotel’s luxury sailing yacht, a game of tennis, to a swim in one of the hotel’s two opulent pools.


With the availability of not one, but two large infinity pools, both in close proximity to the hotel's bars and restaurants, guests can laze their days away poolside, on comfortable loungers that surround both pools.

Spa Village

Guests will enjoy the hotel's expansive spa village, with its extensive range of treatments from across Asia. Treatments have been designed to look after both physical and spiritual well-being.

At Pangkor Laut, the cuisine is as fresh as it comes, with much of the ingredients sourced straight off the island’s pristine shores. Guests have seven restaurants to choose from, all featuring unique and mouthwatering dishes.

Chapman's Bar

In a beautiful location on Emerald Bay, this bar is perfect for a light lunch, from sandwiches, to traditional satay, to fresh salads, and more.

Feast Village

Guests may find this exciting restaurant to be the highlight of their dining experience, featuring vibrant, interactive dining with Asia-Pacific cuisine, a cafe, chef's table, wine cellar, and a patisserie to satisfy the sweet tooth.

Fishermans Cove

Serving up dishes that range from Western grill to Italian pastas, as well as Asian-fusion cuisine, with a state-of-art design, this is a restaurant that truly impresses. Guests are asked to dress smartly, according the to dress code, and no children are permitted on the premises.

Jamu Bar

After a visit to the spa, guests can take advantage of both the close proximity and the healthy spa-inspired cuisine at Jamu Bar, which serves up healthy Japanese and international cuisine for lunch, and does private dinners for intimate occasions as well.

Royal Bay Beach Club

Open for lunch and dinner, this practically-poolside beach club has a menu of Asian and Western favorites, as well as a tempting menu of cocktails and other drinks.

The Straits

This fine dining restaurant, nestled into the rocks by the resort's stunning beach, serves up Southeast Asian cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. Private dining booths are available for intimate dinners. Guests are asked to kindly respect the restaurant's dress code, which requires smart casual wear.

Uncle Lim's Kitchen

Named after the resort�s most famous and ubiquitous chef, Uncle Lim�s kitchen serves up specialized Chinese-style home cooking that feature unique and locally-sourced ingredients, alongside expansive views of the stunning bay below.


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Our General Manager Victoria Hilley lived in Malaysia for many years, and loved the wildlife, particularly orangutans and pygmy elephants.
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