Rumoured once to have been a refuge to Pirates in the 17th century, the island of Pangkor, and its little sister Pangkor Laut, lie off the North West coast of Perak State on the Malaysian Peninsular. The two islands are part of a cluster of islands but are by far the most prominent in terms of infrastructure, development and ease of accessibility.
Beautiful coves, lush green vegetation and crystal clear waters are the order of the day in and around Pangkor, with some of the most fantastic scenery in all of Malaysia.
The locals of Pangkor are predominantly fishermen, who live in settlements mainly on the more sheltered east coast facing Lumut. Combine this with the abundance of sea life that the waters around the islands have to offer and the evening ‘daily catch’ menu is rarely the same.
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