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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.


No 6610 Nipah Bay
120 to 250 ringgit
Anjungan Beach Resort
Midrange - 120 to 250 ringgit
No 6610 Nipah Bay
T: (05) 685 1500

Family-friendly Anjungan Beach Resort & Spa is tucked off the northern end of the main seaside road of Teluk Nipah. Unlike other Nipah hotels, Anjungan’s well-maintained, spacious grounds are bordered next to the dense jungle, creating a nice buffer zone from neighbourhood acoustics. Their landscaped grounds also include a large boat-shaped pool, with a centrepiece inclusive of a jacuzzi in the... Read our full review of Anjungan Beach Resort.

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Lot 4438, Teluk Nipah
60 to 120 ringgit
Horizon Inn
Flashpacker - 60 to 120 ringgit
Lot 4438, Teluk Nipah
T: (05) 685 3398

Located front and centre of the Teluk Nipah waterfront scene, Horizon Inn covers all the basics in convenience, with the beach as well as local restaurants and shops mere steps from their doorway. All of their 16 rooms are upstairs with small private balconies boasting either a view of the jungle or the sea, inclusive of neighbouring rooftops. The simple dark wood rooms include a sturdy king or... Read our full review of Horizon Inn.

4442 & 4434 Teluk Nipah
60 to 120 ringgit
Nipah Bay Villa
Flashpacker - 60 to 120 ringgit
4442 & 4434 Teluk Nipah
T: (05) 685 1818

Nipah Bay Villa is a homey mishmash of wooden chalets and bungalows with an extensive selections of room sizes, connected by small walkways throughout their compound. Rooms are crisp and clean with dark wood interiors set against stark white bed linens, giving it slightly summer camp feel. Each unit comes with some variation of a veranda, complete with a couple of chairs and a table depending on... Read our full review of Nipah Bay Villa .

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Lot 4440 Nipah Bay
60 to 120 ringgit
Ombok Inn Chalet
Flashpacker - 60 to 120 ringgit
Lot 4440 Nipah Bay
T: (05) 685 5223

The essence of a tropical hideaway, Ombak Inn Chalet is tucked away off a small Teluk Nipah side street with the resort’s wooden picket fence and tropical foliage adding a touch of island charm. The simple rooms are clean, compact and efficient and include air-con, hot-water showers, flat screen TV, electric tea kettle, mini-fridge and cosy private verandas. They also include free breakfast and... Read our full review of Ombok Inn Chalet.

Lot 4455 Teluk Nipah
120 to 250 ringgit
Palma Beach Resort
Midrange - 120 to 250 ringgit
Lot 4455 Teluk Nipah
T: (05) 685 3696

Palma Beach Resort is a no-frills offering just off the main thoroughfare and a stone’s throw from Nipah Beach. The intimate grounds and stucco white buildings are impressive-looking but they border on spooky at night as the walkways are poorly lit. On a good day a friendly, smiling front man will present himself; otherwise the non-smiling 2IC will be there to extend the warmth of an ice cube.... Read our full review of Palma Beach Resort.

Lot 4461 Teluk Nipah
60 to 120 ringgit
Sunset View Chalet
Flashpacker - 60 to 120 ringgit
Lot 4461 Teluk Nipah
T: (05) 685 5448

Located a short walk inland from the beach, Sunset View Chalet is not the most luxurious of budget choices but it’s an ongoing labour of love perfect for nature lovers and travellers happy to go no-frills. Surrounded by lush foliage, the 16 small chalets include a bed with a small desk and chair, ensuite cold-water shower and cosy garden view verandas. Free WiFi is also available in their small... Read our full review of Sunset View Chalet .

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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.


Lot 30, 3230 Pasir Bogak
250 to 500 ringgit
Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort
Toprange - 250 to 500 ringgit
Lot 30, 3230 Pasir Bogak
T: (05) 685 3027

Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort is a cosy little motel-style option, located smack dab on Pasir Bogak beach. It packs a wallop of attractive amenities and a large pool into one neat tropical nutshell. Just 25 rooms are available and the grounds and rooms are kept immaculate, with staff friendly and attentive. The standard rooms are on the small size but heavy on creature comforts; hot-water showers,... Read our full review of Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort.

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Pantai Pasir Bogak
120 to 250 ringgit
Puteri Bayu Beach Resort
Midrange - 120 to 250 ringgit
Pantai Pasir Bogak
T: (05) 685 1035

Although Puteri Bayu Beach Resort is showing some wear and tear, its beachfront location and affordable rates make it an excellent choice. With a large sparkling pool and the pristine shoreline of Pantai Pasir Bogak just steps away, we can easily overlook the average aesthetics. Standard and deluxe rooms come with seafront or garden views and basic amenities including electric kettles, WiFi and... Read our full review of Puteri Bayu Beach Resort.

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Lot 53, Pasir Bogak
Under 60 ringgit
Standard Camp Pangkor
Backpacker - Under 60 ringgit
Lot 53, Pasir Bogak
T: (05) 685 1878

Just off the dusty seaside road of Pasir Bogak is Standard Camp Pangkor, easily identified by their colourful A-frame cabanas. The rather petite dwellings look more like wooden tents alongside the more traditional style cement bungalows they also offer. The cabanas themselves are no more than a mattress for two, a small window and a fan, but for 40 ringgit per night who can complain? Their more... Read our full review of Standard Camp Pangkor.

Lot 6 &7, Pantai Pasir Bogak
60 to 120 ringgit
Vikri Beach Resort
Flashpacker - 60 to 120 ringgit
Lot 6 &7, Pantai Pasir Bogak
T: (05) 685 4258

Vikri Beach Resort is a 46-room seaside compound with an actual beach bar centrepiece. Surrounded by plenty of tall shade trees and a view of the sea, they have a variety of rooms to suit everyone from the solo traveller to families. The resort has developed slowly over time, with quaint wooden bungalows as well as not-so-quaint cement dwellings both in the mix; whichever you choose, the location... Read our full review of Vikri Beach Resort.

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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.


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