Pulau Pangkor: Gem of the Straits

Perak, Malaysia

2 Day(s)
1 - 15 travelers
Booking notice
1 day
Standard price
MYR 500.00

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Pangkor Island tend to be forgotten as travelers focus on the islands on our east coast namely Perhentian, Redang and Tioman Island. Just 10 minute ferry ride away from Lumut, this scenic island boasts beautiful beaches, amazing wildlife and rich history. It really is the hidden gem of the Straits of Malacca.

While many people associate hornbills with Sawarak, hornbills are numerous and easy to spot on Pangkor Island. Both the world's smallest hornbill, the Oriental Pied Hornbill and the world's largest hornbill, the Great Hornbill, can be found on the island. Come see these majestic birds upclose.

Pangkor Island is rich in culture and history. Historically, a fishing settlement, there are Malay, Chinese and Indian communities on the island. Visit a picturesque floating mosque on the south eastern side of the island. Primarily a fishing settlement, there are signs of its fishing heritage throughout the island. Come see how shipwrights are still building fishing boats the old way at a traditional shipyard.

Wildlife abounds at Pangkor Island, and night time is when it all comes alive. We'll go on a nightwalk to see frogs, lizards, snakes, wildboar and nocturnal birds such as nightjars and owls.

On the very next day, we will go on a short 30-minute hike to Teluk Segadas an isolated cove where we could go on a swim or snorkel. So join us on this exciting trip on 8-9 June 2019! Book now as spaces are limited to 20 people. This trip is family-friendly.

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Day 1

08:00 AM

Meet up and travel to Marina Island, Lumut


Meet at the 7Eleven opposite Kelana Jaya LRT Station, board the coach and travel to Marina Island, Lumut

11:00 AM

Take a ferry to Pangkor Island


Catch a short 10 minute ferry ride to Pangkor Island

11:30 AM

Check-in to Nelayan Hotel

12:00 PM

Lunch at a local Malay restaurant

01:00 PM

Visit a traditional shipyard


See how fishing ships are built the old way

02:00 PM

Visit Pangkor Island Floating Mosque


Take pictures of the beautiful archway of the Pangkor Island Floating Mosque

Pangkor Island Floating Mosque
Pangkor Island Floating Mosque

03:00 PM

Visit Teluk Dalam


Visit a quiet and scenic beach on the less visited part of the island

06:00 PM

Hornbill Feeding


Feed Oriental Pied Hornbills at Teluk Nipah

07:00 PM

Steamboat Dinner at Nipah Deli


Have a steamboat dinner with a sunset view

08:00 PM

Nightwalk at Teluk Dalam


Observe nocturnal animals in their natural habitat at night!

Day 2

08:00 AM

Breakfast at a Malay coffee shop

09:00 AM

Jungle trek to Teluk Sekadas + swimming / snorkeling

12:00 PM

Lunch on the island before departing

01:00 PM

Visit a satay shop


Shop for satay, salted fish, dried seafood and other local goods

02:00 PM

Take a ferry back to Marina Island, Lumut

03:00 PM

Take a coach back to Kelana Jaya LRT Station

Outfit Recommendations

Do bring swimming attire if you intend to swim at Teluk Sekadas.

Poor weather plan

Some outdoor activities such as the nightwalk or jungle trek is subject to change due to poor weather.

Safety notices

Swimming activities at Teluk Sekadas is optional, if you do not feel comfortable swimming or snorkeling you can choose not to partake.

Hiking to Teluk Sekadas is quite mild, but hiking shoes are still recommended.

Standard price
MYR 500.00 /Pax
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Price including
Coach to Marina Island
Ferry to Pangkor Island - Return tickets
All meals provided - Day 1: Lunch & Dinner. Day 2: Breakfast & Lunch
Accomodations - Twin sharing rooms at Nelayan Hotel
Guided jungle trek to Teluk Sekadas
Vans on Pangkor Island
Professional guiding fee