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Arrived on the island without accommodation and not too concerned about getting more than somewhere clean with air con. The taxi driver recommended this place and the chalets were great, just what we needed. Basic, but for a night or a weekend a good base....More
We booked 2 rooms in this hotel for a weekend in Pangkor. We rent a car from the jetty as there were 5 of us (3 adults and 2 children). The hotel itself located at the famous Pantai Teluk Nipah. The signage for the hotel...More
Most convenient and cheap transport from Kuala Lumpur is to take a coach from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal to Lumut. Once alight at Lumut bus station, jeti is just few minutes walk and the boat fees to Pangkor Island cost RM10 for a return trip...More
the island is really dirty...beach and ocean dirty, most o the guest house are really disgusting...
there are few place where you can find a decent room.
nipah villa has just a decent room and toilet not too bad..
the family and the workers are...More
So we've just got out of the pink taxis....nice mate, we check in to find out we've got these hingin wee huts of our own and its 3 people a room, and we did feel that Richard the lad was takin a bullet for us...More
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No there is not, but if you ask the staff they will put passport etc in their safe in a sealed envelope. I would suggest this as on the beach there are monkey's and in the past I have seen them try to snatch bags. Better to... More
No there is not, but if you ask the staff they will put passport etc in their safe in a sealed envelope. I would suggest this as on the beach there are monkey's and in the past I have seen them try to snatch bags. Better to be safe than sorry.