Hornbill Resort

Address: Teluk Nipah, Pulau Pangkor, Perak, Malaysia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Teluk Nipah, Pulau Pangkor.
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Travel Blogs from Pulau Pangkor

Final stop off for 2014

A travel blog entry by sagatatravels on Dec 03, 2014

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... had farewell the week before where here! had a lovely dinner with Vonnie & Mick and then caught up with Fiona and Andrew and Chris and Kevin the following days which was really neat. After they left headed up the cable car and viewed Penang from on high before heading around the island & back to Pangkor. Again following a map that didn't have a lot of detail came off the motor way just in time as the car 'broke down'. Lucky it was off the motor ...

Pulau Pangkor

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 30, 2013

... island, the gangplank had been raised, but we managed to jump on just before they left.

Pulau Pangkor is a small island which is not very developed. There is jungle at the heart and small villages. Apparently at the weekends it gets extremely busy with Malaysian tourists, but we were there for four nights during the week and it was lovely and peaceful. There were some Western tourists, but not very many. We stayed in a ...

Island Hopping Pulau Pangkor Now !!!

A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Jun 24, 2013

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... one near the departure ferry point that we would need to take the next day. We hadn’t eaten a proper meal that day and knew that if we didn’t eat we would not sleep, so after checking in really quickly we back tracked to the bus station where the food stalls seemed to be staying open all night…

Up bright and early the next day ready for the 9;00 am ferry to Pangkor, ,,,,

Actually it was not ...

Lego Fish

A travel blog entry by robandnorma on May 07, 2013

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... the bus, we had to walk five minutes to the ferry terminal and purchase our ticket. Oddly, there were two ticket counters ran by different companies, both selling the exact same tickets at the exact same prices. Unsure which one I should buy from, and trying to ignore the wiggling hands sticking out from under both windows (the ticket ladies clearly were in fierce competition and vying for my attention), I defaulted to being lazy and went to the nearest. The ...

Fishy Sunbathing

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Feb 04, 2012

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... started to ask a few people how we were meant to order as we were a bit unsure.


We were just about to leave when Annabelle found a little man who was cooking noodles outside for less than 1 a plate, so we decided to give them a go and took a seat under the nearest fan.

When the man reappeared with two plates they were piles with Kuei Tiew Goreng. They were made up with; egg noodles, udon noodle, ...