Coastal Basecamp

Pangkor Laut Resort

Pangkor Laut, Malaysia

Prices From: $350 - $550

Pangkor Laut Resort is a privately owned island located three miles off the West Coast of Malaysia along the Straits of Malacca. This piece of paradise has been 2 million years in the making, and here you will find one of the world's premier resorts nestling in the shade of forest giants as old as the land.

You will find no other resorts – just secluded bays curled around pristine beaches, evening skies woven with colour, and a deep sense of serenity reserved exclusively for our guests. A combination of luxury, natural beauty and age-old wilderness is woven together to produce an environment where peace and magically memorable moments are the currency.

Of the island's 300 acres, only a fraction has been developed to house the Resort and its eight estates. Wooden buildings blend seamlessly into the forest as if nature had been the architect dictating how walls curve around foliage, and roofs open up to allow trees to continue on their journey to the sky. Comfort, care and luxury find a unique home on the private island of Pangkor Laut.

Signature Sea Villas stand elegantly on stilts above playful waves, while the Garden and Hill Villas place you within a few steps of nature's abundance. In wide-veranda villas high amidst the hills, nestled within lush gardens or perched just above the ebb and flow of whispering tides, you can contemplate the majesty of a sunrise or the tranquility of a sunset painted across the sky just for you.

Pangkor Laut Resort offers many activities for guests. A centerpiece of the Resort is Emerald Bay, considered by independent travel consultants as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. If you feel more adventurous, you may accompany the Resort's resident naturalist on his daily trek through the rainforest. The Concierge will also be delighted to help you with suggestions for excursions and island-hopping opportunities.

Location

Region: Asia - Southeast

Nearest Airport: KUL

Address:
Pangkor Laut
Malaysia