Perak, Malaysia · 116 hotels available
257A,259, jalan ppmp 3/4, pusat perniagaan manjung point 3, seri manjung perak, Manjung, Perak, Malaysia, 32040
No. 310, Lorong 10, Jalan Sejati Suria, Taman Sejati Suria, Kampong Lumut Kiri, Manjung, Perak, Malaysia, 32000
No 83 (Lot 54015), Jalan Lumut, Sitiawan, Sitiawan, Manjung, Perak, Malaysia, 32000
No. 1, Taman Sitiawan Maju 2. Jalan Lumut, Sitiawan, Malaysia , Sitiawan, Manjung, Perak, Malaysia, 32000
No1 Taman Sitiawan Maju 2 Jalan Lumut Sitiawan ., Sitiawan, Manjung, Perak, Malaysia, 32000
106 Persiaran Venice Intan 5/3, Desa Manjung Raja, Lumut, Manjung, Perak, Malaysia, 32200
10, Persiaran Venice Intan 5/1, Desa Manjung Raya, Lumut, Manjung, Perak, Malaysia, 32200
Pantai Hospital Manjung is one of the private hospitals operated by Pantai Holdings Sdn Bhd; a network of private hospitals belonging to a Singaporean company. It is located in Manjung, Perak and about 35 kilometres away from town. Opened in May 2014, this healthcare facility was built in a five-acre plot of land in the rapidly growing community in Manjung. The Pantai Hospital Manjung has 108 beds, various medical services available ranging from general medicine to the specialist clinics such as obstetrics & gynaecology, internal medicine and ophthalmology among others. The Pantai Hospital Manjung also handles emergencies and accidents that happen in the area closest to it.
Driving to Pantai Hospital Manjung from the capital city of Perak, Ipoh will take an hour and a half. If from the town of Manjung, it is just thirty kilometres away.
The bus ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Manjung starts from RM 26 up to RM 30, depending on the company. The bus will stop at the Sri Manjung bus station, just three kilometres from the Pantai Hospital Manjung.
Perak has a small airport that only has three flights going in and out, from just two destinations. Those flights originate from Johor Bahru and Singapore. The Sultan Azlan Shah Airport located some seventy kilometres away from the hospital.
One of the beautiful islands in the Peninsular of Malaysia. Pangkor Island is a small island, just 18 square kilometres and just under four kilometres from the mainland. The Island has a population of 25 thousand people living on the beach, with various species of reptiles and amphibians living in the forest in the middle of the island. The name Pangkor was actually a Thai word, Pang Ko, which means beautiful island. Historically, the island was used as the centre of piracy in which pirates of the immediate area, made Pangkor as their home ports. The Dutch were also active here during the times of Dutch East India Company and they built a fort to store the tin mined. The Pangkor Island is accessible via ferry from Lumut jetty, with ticket price at RM 14 per one-way trip. The ferries are available every 20 minutes.
A beautiful and bustling promenade overlooking the waters of Sungai Manjung. The view from this waterfront is breath-taking with the occasional of ships sailing across it. Apart from that, there is a popular recreational park at the waterfront. The park is always filled with people hanging out or having a short jog around it, especially on a Sunday late afternoon. It is a great place to have a picnic with family or simply just enjoying the view while having some local, cooling refreshments from a group of stalls there. The park is open every day, all hours of the day, just beside the International Yacht Club, some twelve kilometres from the Pantai Hospital Manjung.
Hotel Sfera located just under four kilometres from Pantai Hospital Manjung. It is one of the recommended hotels to stay in the district of Manjung. Hotel Sfera has received great reviews from its past customers, with most of them are very satisfied with the spacious, clean rooms and the price which is worth it. The hotel has six types of room with the price tag ranging from RM 152 up to RM 253 per night. All of their rooms come with complimentary breakfast that has great food choices, based on the previous customers’ reviews. There is also free Wi-Fi connection for all of their patrons.