Pangkor Island

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We have 10 places to stay in and around Pangkor Island.

Teluk Nipah

The Teluk Nipah community is focused on the tourist trade, with the island’s largest selection of seaside accommodations, restaurants and souvenir shops, all packed together kampung-style. The Nipah beachfront hosts all manner of tour operators and water sport toys, so sleepy beachside this is not. Its quieter neighbour Coral beach is just a short walk north.

Teluk Bogak

Being the public beach nearest to Pangkor town, Bogak beach has convenience on its plus side as well as a long stretch of nearly empty golden-sand beaches. With the hotels in the area catering more towards families and groups, expect to see many more people on the weekends and public holidays than during the week.

South of Pangkor Town

South of Pangkor town towards Teluk Gedung is a Malay kampung, with a few local cafes and an occasional shop. It’s a slightly ramshackle area yet sufficiently scenic with waterfront kampung houses to the east and jungle to the mountainous west.