Sunday, 28 April 2013

Pulau Pangkor Adventure Teambuilding cum Summer Camp


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Are you look for Island Adventure Outdoor Team Building cum Leisure for your Company ? Outdoor Student Summer Camp on an Island ? Look no further, read through below, Pangkor Island is one of top choice for your next Outing Program.

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Pulau Pangkor is an island off the coast of Perak in north-west peninsular Malaysia, can be reached by ferry from Lumut Jetty. Ferry ticket cost from RM 10 per person per way. However villagers coming out from Pangkor Island are entitled to free ride (from the Public Jetty in Pangkor Town). Alternatively, you can take a flight which was ply by Berjaya Air using the turbo prop small aircarft depart from Subang Airport. It takes about 45 mins to reach Pangkor Island. However, it is most enjoyable when you travel in a Group using Bus or travelling with your family from Kuala Lumpur to Lumut or Any part of Malaysia. There are no major highway linking directly to Lumut Jetty, your intermediate Town Ship direction usually KL-Bidor-Teluk Intan - Sitiawan - Lumut if you drive from KL. The road leading to Lumut are narrower, bumpier. However the scenic countryside, the Kampung & inter-mitten
Chinese Village with the coconut trees, padi fileds, small roadshide stalls, small wooden houses located along the road is indeed a sight to behold & worth a stop or two to try the local delicacies. Try the Air Nira, juices extracted from the flower of Coconut Trees. Pangkor Island has a land area of only 8 square kilometers, and a population of approximately 25,000. Fishing and fish products remain major industries.


Historically, Pulau Pangkor was a refuge for local fishermen, merchants and pirates. In the 17th century, the Dutch built a fort in an effort to control the Perak tin trade. In 1874, it was the location of a historic treaty between the British government and a contender for the Perak throne (The Pangkor Treaty ), which began the British colonial domination of the Malay Peninsula.
Pangkor is famous for its fine beaches and a mix of low budget to 5 star accommodations. Teluk Nipah and Coral Bay on the north west of the island is extremely popular with travellers from Europe. The quality of sand in the Pasir Bogak Beach is far superior to that elsewhere on the island. The sand is golden brown, quite similar to most leading prime beaches. There are a few resorts in Teluk Nipah or Nipah Bay.


  • Pangkor Town
  • Fishing Villages
  • Fu Lin Kong Temple
  • Kali Amman Temple
  • Batu Bersurat and Tiger Rock
  • Dutch Fort (Kota Belanda)
  • The Tombs
  • Tortoise Hill
  • Marina Island Pangkor

Of all the Pangkor beaches, Teluk Nipah or Nipah Bay is the most popular with foreign travelers, although it is still predominantly Malaysians who frequent this area. This beach is located a few kilometers north Pantai Pasir Bogak. Unlike other beaches, it has corals, sea cucumber and bird lovers can find the hornbill (Burung Enggang) on this beach.
Teluk Nipah has 2 beaches: Nipah Beach and Coral Bay. Nipah Bay has a view of two small uninhabited islands called Pulau Giam and Pulau Mentagor.
As of March 2011, the northern end of Nipah Bay was under heavy construction. A sea-wall was being erected along much of the beach, and a series of concrete shop houses were going up all along the seafront, obstructing the ocean view from the road and greatly reducing the amount of beach front available for recreation. Giam Island is mostly interesting for snorkeling. The waters are shallow. There are lots of corals and fishes to see.


Accessibility and convenience of travelling by road and by air to Pangkor was progressively enhanced over the two years 2006–2008, because of the completion of the upgrading workings of Simpang Pulai – Lumut 4-lane dual carriage highway (which is nearing completion), the West Coast Expressway and the introduction of more flights, including AirAsia services. It is now possible to arrive at Lumut within 2–2¼ hours from Kuala Lumpur, and much less if it travelling by air.
Currently Berjaya Air is the only airline that is operating flights to Pangkor Airport (PKG), from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SZB) with its 48-seats Dash 7 turboprop airliner. The aircraft are expected to be replaced by the ATR 72.
Buses from many parts of the country arrive frequently in Lumut either at the bus station opposite the old Jetty or at the newly established jetty in Marina Island, Lumut. Tourists are not allowed to bring their cars to the island; however, motorcycles and bicycles can be transported.
Ferry services in both jetties are frequent (every 30 mins during the day, RM 10 for a return ticket). The ferry from old jetty takes 40 minutes and stops first in Sungai Pinang Kecil. The new Lumut jetty located in Marina Island has a more direct route to Pangkor Island Jetty. The ferries departing from Marina Island takes 10 minutes to reach Pangkor Island. This has been well accepted as a special feature associated with commuting to and from Pangkor.
There are no bridges connecting the island to the mainland because there exists a policy to control the number of vehicles on the island, partly because of there being no real necessity for them and partly because of space constraints. All these have contributed to the preservation of wildlife in the tropical rain forest where many rare species still exist, including hornbills and Monitor Lizards.

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