Lyana Villa

Lot 4439, Teluk Nipah, Pangkor, Pulau Pangkor, Perak, 32300, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pangkor

Relax, forget about time!

A travel blog entry by cata.san.martin

... the main street, with a view to the beach.
My personal choice was: In the morning Roti Pisang (Banana Malaysian Pancake) and for dinner some fried rice with seafood or vegetables in the restaurant number 3, accompanied with a fresh watermelon juice. RM4 for the breakfast, and around RM8 for dinner. Not bad!

The island is just around 16km round, so you can even have a walking day, to do some sports. In ...

Cheeky Monkey

A travel blog entry by derekandjo


... left later it would be dark before I got there!
We were warned to beware of pickpockets on the beach but not the human kind, these pickpockets are monkeys ! Had first hand experience of them at work on the beach, a French family pitched up near to us and ventured into the sea leaving their bags etc under a tree { a bad mistake } the monkeys wont venture far from the trees but will come down onto the beach which is below the trees. This ...

Island Of the Areca Nut Palm

A travel blog entry by wms090359


Fabulous day with dear friends Jennifer, Nick and Gracie that we met while living in Hong Kong. They have now retired and moved to Penang. Thank you for a fabulous fun day with great friends!!

Penang is off the Malay peninsula's west coast and is a major vacation destination and a UNESCO World Heritage site and known as the Pearl of the ...

Imperfect paradise

A travel blog entry by tommy1982


... again) and on my 2nd day I hired a dirt cheap motorbike, which allowed me to escape the depressing main beaches. The main road around the island is only 20 Kms long so doesn't take long to ride around. I stopped in the main town to get some decent food after experiencing some terrible food on day one and went and had a look at the Dutch fort, which is from the 1600's and was used to try and control the tin trade. It had been badly reconstructed, empty and overdeveloped... Down the ...

Pangkor island - polical-economical considerations

A travel blog entry by vinkor


... hope is that the new French president who will be elected in a few months will oppose this American design.

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