Pulau Pangkor tour packages & holidays
Pulau Pangkor is the off cost island of Perak in the north-western peninsular Malaysia. It acquires a land area of 8 square kilometers and the population is approximately 25,000. It is highly promoted as the low key spot by Malaysian government and the fish products and fishing remain major industries. The Pangkor Town, Fishing Villages, Kali Amman Temple, Fu Lin Kong Temple, Dutch Fort, Batu Bersurat and Tiger Rock, Tortoise Hill, The Tombs, Ikhwan bodoh and Marina Island Pangkor are some of the major points of attractions.
These days the island is only occupied by Malaysian holiday warriors. Pangkor does have many foreign tourists. Still there are lots of things to do. Besides visiting main points of attractions of Pangkor, you are also able to travel around Pangkor by boat, bicycle or motorbike either. Not only does Pangkor offer the short snorkeling trips, but also to Pulau Sembilan that allows you to explore the abundant marine life. There are stingrays, leopard sharks, heck, turtles and even sea horses. Pangkor gives you enormous opportunity to make your holiday worthy. There are good fishing areas around as the island lives on fish industry. You can manage a boat from local fishermen and catch fishes as much as you wish. There are also golf courses and the island owns the pangkor island beach resort too. The island is not an exact shopping spot. There are some local food stalls and souvenir shops worth visiting. The Pangkor is no exception from rest of the world. It celebrates its unique festivals including Indian, Malay and Chinese festivals. The Chinese celebrate their Chinese New Year and Indians celebrate the Thaipusam. The Malays have the birthday of Prophet Mohammad and Ramadan to celebrate.
Pangkor is very safe to spend your holiday like most other Malaysian islands. It is definitely recommended for you to visit this island and take it everything it has to offer.