Pangkor Paradise Village Holiday Resort

Pasir Bogak, Pangkor, Pulau Pangkor, Perak, 32300, Malaysia | Hotel
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No room at the inn

A travel blog entry by sojealous

... same everywhere, full. We make the decision to catch the ferry back to Lumut so we flag down a taxi and catch the 7.45pm ferry back.
We both saw hornbills so the journey wasn't completely wasted. We probably didn't see Pankor island at it's best as there were so !any people there, but what we did see did not impress us at all. Appeared to be very narrow beaches and people driving like idiots on the small bendy roads (especially our first driver.
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Perfection is spelt P-A-N-G-K-O-R L-A-U-T

A travel blog entry by rachandandytrip


... at the office, you are given a refreshing juice and a cold towel to cool yourself down, and that's before you've even checked in. We arrived with time to spare before the boat left so got some lunch, but Mike and Jane were victim to a laid back taxi driver that wasn't in a hurry - apparently Jane was nearly climbing the seatbelt towards the end as the ferry departure loomed. However, they arrived in time so all was well.

After the boat ride to the island, ...

Christmas in Malaysia part 2

A travel blog entry by the_webbs


... one was different, Jeni's friend is married to a guy who works in the Petronas twin towers in the oil and fuel business. Now as you can imagine, they are not short of a bob or two and his apartment overlooked the twin towers. Fairly impressive, but wait until you got inside, the living room was the size of our whole apartment. Also we had met 6 of our friends from China on our travels, they were generously invited too. So all in all it was a mega night, at a stunning location ...

Some Island called Pangkor

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash


... and by this time it was dinner and sunset time. We headed to Daddy's Cafe to catch the sunset. We thought nothing could top the previous night's dinner but the mutton curry in this place was exceptional. As for the sunset it was amazing, I tried with both of my cameras to capture that sunset. I tried different settings but I failed miserably. It was the first time that I realised there are some things in this world that cannot be captured by a camera. As it doesn't do justice to what ...

A Cloudy Kuey Tiew Goreng

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe


... our money, so he popped back whilst breakfast was being made. This left Annabelle to deal with some hostile/unfriendly looks from some of the local women – they were just staring at her.

After 7 weeks in India she was no longer bothered and just stared right back. En route back to our breakfast spot Chris bought our new beach mat will is going to be invaluable ...


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