Pangkor Laut Resort

Pangkor Laut Resort is located on the privately owned island of Pangkor Laut three miles off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is a truly tropical isle with rocky outcrops and white sandy beaches fringed by a beautiful rain forest which thrives in the tropical climate. Comfort, warmth, and contemporary elegance find a unique home on the private island of Pangkor Laut. This one-of-a-kind resort nestles comfortably into its jungle island habitat, offering guests beautifully appointed accommodation.

  • Garden VillaGarden Villa
Garden Villa

Located amongst lush gardens and housed in double-storey units, these villas are strategically located close to the main facilities. The villas on the ground floor have a large bathtub open to the elements while the bathtubs in the villas on the first floor open out to a view of the surrounding rainforest.

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Hill Villa

Perched dramatically on the hillside amidst the rainforest, these villas have a magnificent view of the sea and the resort's beautiful tropical gardens. Housed in double-storey units, the villas on the ground floor feature a large bathtub open to the elements, while the bathtubs in the villas on the first floor open out to the rainforest.

  • Sea VillaSea Villa
Sea Villa

Standing elegantly on stilts over the sea and linked by wooden walkways, these villas are the signature feature of the island. Each private villa is airy and spacious, has a large balcony with deck chairs, and a bathroom with an over-sized tub that opens to the sea.

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Spa Villa

Spa Villas are private bungalows on stilts over the sea offering direct access to the Spa Village. Similar to the Sea Villas, each unit features an over-sized bath with ceiling mounted shower, large balcony for private sun bathing, and a stunning view of the Pangkor Straits.

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Beach Villa

Featuring a private balcony with deck chairs, a large bathroom with a separate shower, and a large bathtub open to the elements, these villas have a breathtaking view of the sea. While providing a stunning scene, the seabed of Royal Bay has a natural rocky formation and guests are advised to swim at Emerald Bay.

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Dining

Every meal on this isle is a feast flavoured by the history of the land; where the finest local ingredients are transformed by their chefs into a memorable range of experiences – a banquet seasoned by sea breeze just for you. Their chefs are internationally trained and well versed in the creation of both western and Asian cuisine.

    Spa Village

    The Spa Village comprises a number of specially built structures designed to facilitate an extensive range of treatments from China, Japan, India, Thailand, Bali, and Malaysia. These include eight treatment pavilions, a deluxe Belian Treatment Pavilion, three 'Healing Huts', which include Chinese Herbal, Ayurvedic and Malay Huts, two Bath Houses, three Spa Huts, three Nap Gazebos, and a Spa Boutique. Programs combine physical and spiritual health and well-being, and are based on one of four umbrella concepts: rejuvenation and longevity, relaxation and stress reduction, detoxification, and romance.

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