Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort promises trips and vacations that are more than just worthwhile. To make things more pleasurable, the hotel also prepared a list of facilities and services designed to aid our visitors’ basic travel needs, as well as other recreational activities. A short walking from the hotel will bring you to Fu Lin Kong Temple (1.77 km), Teluk Nipah Beach (3.49 km)
Quiver Dive Center, (5.29 km) and Teluk Batik Beach (5.74 km).
How to get to Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort
Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort is located at Lot 30, Jalan Pasir Bogak in Pangkor Island. If you are travelling by air, the island has its own airport, but the only airliner that flies between Kuala Lumpur and Pangkor Airport is Berjaya Air. Pangkor Island lies within the state of Perak, about 85 kilometres from Ipoh (the 2nd biggest city of Malaysia), and about a 3-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur and is accessible through the Simpang Pulai–Lumut highway and the West Coast Expressway. Buses frequently arrive at the main jetties in Lumut. Mostly, the main transportation to this island is by public ferries. Public ferries depart from Lumut to Pangkor Island from the old Lumut jetty, the nearby Lumut waterfront, the Lumut bus terminal, and the multi-storey car park. The ferry services start from 7.00am till 8.30pm, about every 20 minutes, (take 30-45 minutes ferries riding time, RM14 return ticket). There are two stops at the east side of Pangkor Island. The first stop is at Sungai Pinang Kecil, SPK jetty. It’s mainly for local residents, fishing-people, and guests for some guesthouses and homestay tourists. The second stop is at Pangkor Town Jetty, where shops and government buildings exist nearby. Taxi services are available to all other hotels at west side.
Different Types of Rooms in Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort
All of the hotel rooms feature a wealth of modern amenities and free Wi-Fi. Designed to make you feel and look fresh throughout your stay with Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort, all rooms feature attached private bathrooms with separate shower room, toilet, bathroom amenities and hairdryer. Stay connected with Free Wi-Fi Internet access in a stylish work desk and ergonomic chair. Other in-room facilities includes air-conditioning system, complimentary wired and wireless broadband Internet access, IDD telephone and voice mail, LCD television and tea & coffee making facilities.
Restaurants and Cafes in Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort
Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort offers an on-site restaurant. It is all day dining signature restaurant that offers a cosmopolitan blend of local, Western and Oriental cuisines.
Facilities and Activities in Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort
Guests staying at Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort may enjoy a 24-hour front desk and receptionist. If you are looking for some fun activities you can enjoy with your family and friends; you can always try the outdoor hotel pool that not only provides the fun in it but also the magnificent view of the beach. Plus don't missed watching the sun sets at the horizon after a long day while dipping in the pool. In addition, the hotel provides spacious and fully equipped gym with modern workout facilities for your daily gym routine.
Interesting Places near Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort
Pangkor Island - Pangkor Island’s name comes from the Thai 'Pang Ko', which means Beautiful Island. It actually concerns a group of islands with Pangkor as its main island, and next to that a trio of smaller islands: Pangkor Laut, Pulau Mentagor and Pulau Giam. Pangkor Laut is the best known of these, because of the idyllic resort you can find on this small island (with similar name; Pangkor Laut Resort). Pangkor is a mountainous island; the highest point is at 1216 meters (Pangkor Hill). Since the main island consists of just mountains, the roads are lying in a circle around the island. The island has a number of international hotels/resorts; it can get quite busy during school and public holidays. There is no real best time to visit Pangkor; as the island is pretty much shielded by Sumatra, weather is pretty much the same throughout the year (though it still is a tropical island). There are numerous beaches on Pangkor Island; an easy way to explore them is by motorbike (or taxi/rental car). Only a few of these beaches are popular among locals and tourists;, especially during the weekends. The rest are secluded and unspoilt; during the week there is a big chance you will be the only one visiting the beach. Pantai Pasir Bogak probably is the most popular beach on the island. Another great beach is Nipah beach at Teluk Nipah; where you can find clear waters.
Additional breakfast are chargeable at MYR 35.00 /person.
Breakfast time start from 07:30 until 10:00.