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Check-in: 14:00 - 23:59
Check-out: 01:00 - 12:00
Budget Beach Resort is the economical choice that would do great things to your wallet and help your travel budget greatly, especially when you are travelling to Pangkor Island for your travel of leisure with family and friends. This one-star resort is easily found at Lot 4465, Teluk Nipah, Pangkor Island, Pangkor, which would be within a glance’s view once Pangkor Island is reached. Since the resort is within the heart of the island, rest easy and look forward for an exciting and fulfilling stay credits to the resort’s closeness to the beach and other attractions in the island. As for the rooms, there are a total of three major types of room made available for all guests planning to stay over for their period in the island, in which all rooms are well-equipped with basic in-room facilities plus some additional features that are made specifically as a selling point for other rooms.
How to get to Budget Beach Resort
Given the fact that Pangkor Island is easy to navigate is such a relief, since you would not have to spend too long of a time to find Budget Beach Resort. Noentheless one need to find their way to Pangkor Island at first. One can attempt to get to Lumut Jetty as it is the only place providing ferry services to the island, or board a plane to the island Kuala Lumpur via Berjaya Air, in which they will land at the Pangkor Airport. In order to reach the Lumut Jetty by land, you can either drive or take the bus. If you are driving from Kuala Lumpur, the drive to the jetty will take approximately 3 hours and 10 minutes minutes via North – South Expressway / E1 route on a clear road and good weather condition, however if that is not the case, please expect longer delays to reach the jetty. If you plan to take the bus instead, there are daily trips to Lumut from Kuala Lumpur’s Terminal Bersepadu Selatan in which the bus will drop you at a nearby bus station and all it takes is just a short walk to the jetty. Once you have managed to secure a way to the jetty and begin your journey to the resort, you can try to spot a few well recognized landmarks to help guiding you to arrive at the resort such as Fu Lin Kong Temple and Teluk Nipah Beach which are located within less than five kilometers away from the resort.
Different Types of Rooms in Budget Beach Resort
There are a total of three main types of room that can be picked by the guests deciding to stay at Budget Beach Resort and they are Standard, Standard Triple and Family. Within these rooms are the properly furnished and installed in-room facilities adequately provided in all rooms which include air conditioning, fan, bathroom, shower, desk, in-room safe, television and WiFi connection. Standard would provide the choice of two single beds or one Queen bed, while Standard Triple would allocate both single bed and Queen bed. Meanwhile, Family would provide two single beds and one Queen bed to accommodate families of four. Both Standard and Family come with garden views.
Restaurants and Cafes in Budget Beach Resort
As the meal time approaches, guests would look forward to dine in at the resort’s on-site café which would be convenient for them to fulfill their stomachs quickly without leaving the resort too far. Nearby, there are also eateries and shops serving food that guests can look to satisfy their palates while facing the beach.
Facilities and Activities in Budget Beach Resort
Budget Beach Resort despite being a budget resort as it is, does have a package of facilities and services ready for its guests. Among these that are ready to use by guests upon check-in are the front desk, receptionist, safety deposit box, swimming pool, laundry service and very close proximity to the beach that would allow guests to be able to visit the beach pretty often for activities like strolling, sunbathing, picnicking, volleyball and many more.
Interesting Place near Budget Beach Resort
Dutch Fort – Located slightly deeper into the small town of Pangkor which is about 20 minutes away from the resort by driving, it is the remains of the Dutch outpost during the colonial era being built to help in Dutch’s attempts to seize trade control in the area. Known as Fort Dindingh in Dutch which is a reference to the Dinding River at the Perak mainland, its history can be traced way back when the Dutch built it in 1670 as a place of storage and protection of tin supplies. Despite being destroyed 20 years later, it was then restored by Malaysia’s museum department in 1973 and gazette as an ancient monument and historical site.