O Lala Chalet

Address: 4514 Teluk Nipah, Pangkor, Pulau Pangkor, Perak, 32300, Malaysia | Villa
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This villa is located on 4514 Teluk Nipah, Pangkor.
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Travel Blogs from Pangkor

White Heat, White Light

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Oct 14, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... blue skies and 90+. With electric storms to follow.

Malaysia is empty. Nearly everywhere we've been, with the obvious exception of KL, has been characterised by quietness and empty streets and beaches. The Malaysian bourgeoisie returned to the mainland on Sunday evening and we're once again in Robinson Crusoe territory, deserted white beaches and gentle lapping seas with nobody except us to make use of them. And you can make good use ...

We're all going on a school holiday

A travel blog entry by chinesetudor on Jan 19, 2014

5 photos

... dodgy singing from the live talent. Pangkor was more about relaxing and seeing an authentic community in Malaysia, rather then going for culture or attractions (they had a site which was a big rock called 'historic rock'). There are some boat tours and you could go to an island famous for its celebrity patrons, but we didn't torture ourselves with that. All in all, Pangkor was useful rather than massively ...

Relax, forget about time!

A travel blog entry by cata.san.martin on Dec 13, 2013

... RM5 if you share with more people) to Teluk Nipah, the beach where the budget accommodation is. The hostel where I stayed is called Nazri Nipah Camp. The dorms are RM15, and the rooms range from RM40-60.

A very laid back environment, there are several rooms and a dorm, from where you can choose. There is a kitchen too, and a very nice common area with hammocks, some tables and a tv. There is free wifi too. ...

Pulau Pangkor

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 30, 2013

... for sale, but we weren't convinced that the bright-eyed specimens that you could select in front of the restaurant would be the same ones that turned up on your plate. So in the main we ate at a small Malay restaurant, stir fried noodles and local vegetables cooked in belachan (shrimp paste) and huge desserts of shaved ice with different coloured syrups.

We were very sad to leave Pulau Pangkor. Next stop: Penang.


Perfection is spelt P-A-N-G-K-O-R L-A-U-T

A travel blog entry by rachandandytrip on Mar 04, 2013

55 photos

... her Birthday), we headed back to get ready for what was to be a very special night. Knowing we needed to scrub up well, we sat and chatted over a bottle of white wine while Jane painted Rach's nails, then went to put on our best togs. Upon orders, we went to the jetty at 6:30pm for our cruise. A massive gin palace was waiting for us with a welcome committee of resort staff and the boat's crew - the boat for our sunset cruise had been upgraded to the very swish YTL ...

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