Adventure aplenty

Pangkor is a tiny island of variety. For the adventurous and the young at heart, you may go for a jungle trekking (through the rainforest, of course) or mountain biking along the heavily contoured and dangerous village road from Teluk Dalam to Sungai Pinang, passing the Pangkor Hill, the highest peak of the island!

But wait, Pangkor has a more pleasant and enjoyable experience to serve you - the activities on the beach. You may go snorkeling, to see corals, sea urchins and sea cucumbers and feed fishes by hand. You may paddle up on a kayak or jumping the waves on banana boat. Or just cruising on the speedboat for the sunset excursion.

Get on the van for a two-hour island tour. You will learn history (by visiting the Dutch Fort Ruins in Malay fishing village of Teluk Gedung), or learn geography (by visiting the local boat building site), or view the wonder of Pangkor, the miniature replica of the Great Wall of China.

There are a lot more to discover!

Free snorkeling training session for non-swimmer at Pulau Giam (Coral Island) for group package.