A beautiful private island resort with an award-winning spa, Pangkor Laut offers the ultimate in jungle living. Stay in a suite or splash out on the incredibly private villas perched on the side of a jungle clad hill, or in one of the beautiful spa villas, set on stilts above the ocean and offering direct access to the resort’s vast Spa Village. Dabble with treatments from around the world or follow an in-depth programme, which combines physical health with spiritual wellbeing.
71sqm - Set amidst the lush tropical gardens of the Resort, these are housed in double-storey units. The villas on the ground floor have a huge bathtub in a private courtyard while the bathrooms in the villas on the first floor open out to a view of the surrounding rainforest. Those travelling with children may opt for the Family Plan Villas - two ground floor villas adjoined from the inside, allowing for convenient access to each villa.
71sqm - Perched dramatically on the hillside amidst the rainforest, affording spectacular views of tropical gardens and the sea. Housed in double-storey units, the villas on the ground floor feature a huge bathtub in a private open courtyard while the bathrooms on the first floor open out to views of the rainforest.
95sqm - Clustered around tropical gardens with a breath-taking view of the sea. These spacious villas are structured in one level, two-unit buildings and come with a private outdoor bath.
55sqm - Uniquely set on stilts over the sea, linked by wooden walkways. These villas offer wonderful views, especially from the private balcony, of the Straits of Malacca and the surrounding islands. In addition to an en-suite bathroom and a spacious bath surrounded by spectacular ocean views, these villas also provide a CD player and iPod dock instead of a television.
55sqm - Set on stilts over the sea, offering direct access to the Spa Village. Similar to the Sea Villas, each unit features an oversized bath with a ceiling-mounted shower, a large balcony for sunbathing and a stunning view of the Straits of Malacca as well as provide a CD player and iPod dock instead of a television.
107sqm - The Suria and Purnama Suites stand on stilts over the sea and feature an entrance hall, a separate bedroom and tv lounge, balconies for sunbathing, and a spacious bathroom with windows that offer beautiful views of the sea from an oversized bathtub.
242sqm - Named after the world-renowned tenor Luciano Pavarotti who fell in love with Pangkor Laut, this is an elegant two-bedroom suite set high on a hill in the rainforest. It has a spacious and luxurious lounge area, a TV room and kitchen, an extensive balcony with breath-taking views of the sea and tropical rainforest.
The Spa Village at Pangkor Laut Resort is a unique retreat that extols the healing cultures of the region. Malaysia, with its diverse history of people and cultures, and a vast abundance of natural resources, provides the backdrop for health rituals that are amongst the oldest in the world. The abundance of Malay, Chinese, Indian and Thai practices makes this the ideal setting for complete rejuvenation.
The Spa Village comprises a number of specially built structures designed to facilitate an extensive range of treatments from China, Japan, India, Thailand, Bali and Malaysia. These include eight treatment pavilions, a deluxe Belian Treatment Pavilion, three 'Healing Huts', which include Chinese Herbal, Ayurvedic and Malay Huts, two Bath Houses, three Spa Huts, three Nap Gazebos and a Spa Boutique. 22 beautiful Spa Villas situated over the sea offer direct access to the Spa Village.
Programmes combine physical and spiritual health and well-being, and are based on one of four umbrella concepts: Rejuvenation and Longevity, Relaxation and Stress Reduction, Detoxification, and Romance.
For those seeking to fully experience the health rituals of the region, we recommend that you meet with the Chinese, Ayurvedic or Malay Specialists for a consultation at the beginning of your stay. Their comprehensive approach to health will lend helpful insight to your stay at the Spa Village, as well as life-long tools for vibrant living.
- Bath House Ritual
- Abhyanga And Mukha Lepam
- Abhyanga And Siro Lepam
- Thakra Dhara
- Shiro Dhara
- Ui-Na An-Mo
- Thai Herbal Massage
- Foot Massage
- Hot Stone
- Enola's Four Handed Lomi-Lomi
- Sundari Facial
- Sundari Neem
- Sundari Detoxifying
- Mian Bu Hu Liao (Chinese Herbal Facial)
- Muka Berseri-Seri (Malay Facial)
- Mukha Lepam (Ayurvedic Facial)
- Gu Fang Xun Shen (Ancient Body Smoking)
- Cupping, Moxabustion
- Tai Chi Quan
- Sesegar Bayu (Body Rejuvenating Treatment)
- Javanese Lulur Treatment
- Spirulina Body Wrap
- Moor Mud Wrap
- Lapis-Lapis (Malay Herbal Wrap)
- Chinese Herbal Wrap
- Cucumber Aloe Wrap
- Papaya Enzyme Wrap
- Coconut Crème Hair Treatment
- Siro Lepam (Ayurvedic Hair Care)
- Rawatan Ikal-Ikal (Malay Hair And Scalp Treatment)
There are several dining options including Uncle Lim’s Kitchen for Asian fusion cooking, The Straits for South-East Asian influenced meals and Fisherman’s Cove, where the menu mixes Western grill dishes with fresh seafood and Italian cuisine.
Uncle Lim’s Kitchen
Built atop a rocky outcrop overlooking the sea, Uncle Lim’s Kitchen specialises in traditional Hockchew Chinese-style home cooking and Nyonya cuisine, a unique blend of Chinese and Malay flavours from the Straits Settlements of Malacca, Penang and Singapore. All dishes are inspired by the unique products available locally, and can be made to each guest’s individual tastes and requirements. A unique experience for those who enjoy the exotic flavours of the East.
Situated adjacent to the Spa Village, Fisherman’s Cove offers a truly unique symphony of fresh seafood, Western grill, Italian cuisine and delightful desserts set against the dynamic open show kitchen, combined with a stunning sea view.
As a fine dining restaurant, children under the age of 16 are not allowed in this restaurant for the comfort of all our guests and a proper dress code is required with shirt, full-length trousers and shoes for gentlemen and smart casual wear for ladies.
Savour a vibrant, interactive dining experience with four open kitchens that offer diverse cuisine from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. Feast Village also features a patisserie and an extensive wine cellar. At dinner, a teppanyaki counter provides a touch of Japanese culinary theatre.
Royal Bay Beach Club
Overlooking the infinity pool, this alfresco restaurant serves a selection of Asian and Western favourites for lunch. In the evening, the restaurant transforms into a chic chill-out lounge serving cocktails and other beverages.
Named after a famous British Colonel who sought refuge at Emerald Bay before his dramatic escape by submarine in 1945, Chapman’s Bar sits on Emerald Bay, and serves excellent light lunches daily, including sandwiches, traditional satay, salads and tasty seafood dishes. A variety of beverages are served throughout the day.
Located in an enclave of Spa Village overlooking the lapping Straits of Malacca, Jamu Bar serves Japanese and healthy cuisine for lunch and also does intimate private dinners.
Serving some of the finest cuisine drawn from South East Asian influences, The Straits is set against the rocks, by the beach, providing exotic dining in an elegant and beautiful environment, with sumptuous silks juxtaposing natural timber and granite. Private dining booths line both sides of the restaurant with one side offering exclusive views of the sea.
The Straits is a fine dining restaurant. Children under the age of 16 are not allowed in this restaurant for the comfort of all our guests. Proper dress code is required with shirt, full-length trousers and shoes for gentlemen and smart casual wear for ladies.
Private Dining Experiences
Embark on an adventurous culinary journey guided by our Dining Concierge, with a selection of uniquely crafted dining experiences, from a traditional 5-course Japanese menu in an open-air dining pavilion to a tantalising personalised menu at The Chef’s Table created by our Executive Chef just for you.
Dining on the Beach
Take in the serenity of the enchanting island while you dine under the moonlight. Choose from two stunning locations - savour an exquisite set menu of Western cuisine with an Asian flair served by your personal butler at either the world famous Emerald Bay or the tranquil Spa Village.
In the privacy of your very own Spa Gazebo in the Spa Village, delight in a tantalizing Japanese set dinner. The captivating 2 million year old rainforest and the faint sounds of the lapping sea make the ultimate island dining experience.
Lantern Courtyard, Feast Village
Allow our Executive Chef to assist in crafting an unforgettable gastronomic experience of private dining in our outdoor pavilions by the koi garden. Choose to personalise Thai, Indian, Japanese or Western Menus or simply ask him to surprise you with his top choices for the day.
A vast array of watersports is on offer including diving, snorkelling, kayaking, wakeboarding and waterskiing. You can also go jungle trekking, jogging, play golf or practice yoga and tai chi.
- The Chef’s Kitchen Experience
- Pangkor Island Excursion
- Batik painting
- Guided snorkelling tours
- Island hopping
- Sunset cruise
- Chartered cruise
- Catamaran sailing
- Yoga classes
- Tai Chi classes
- Jungle trek and nature appreciation walk accompanied by an experienced resident naturalist
- Picnic on Emerald Bay
- Squash and tennis
- Spa Village Pangkor Laut
- Hair salon
- Television lounge
- Library (which includes wifi and computer terminals with internet access)
- Kazbah boutique
- Spa boutique
- Jim Thompson boutique
- Island clinic
- Batik hut
- Tennis courts
- Squash court
- Fitness centre
- 2 swimming pools
- Jet pool and cool dip
- Children’s playroom
- Water sports centre
- CD player in Sea and Spa Villas
- Personal care toiletries
- Coffee and tea making facilities
- Electronic safe
- Hair dryer
- International direct dialing telephone
- In-room refrigerator
- Writing desk
- Complimentary daily mineral water
- Television with satellite channels in Garden and Hill Villas
- iPod dock in Sea and Spa Villas
- Sun loungers / daybeds in private balcony
- Transfers and onward hotel bookings
- Airline reservations / confirmations
- On-island transportation
- Boat transfers
- Internet access including wireless connection at library and reception area
- Foreign currency exchange
Lying off the northwest coast of Malaysia, Pangkor Laut island is home to rocky outcrops, white sand beaches and a lush tropical rainforest. Décor mixes dark wood floors with white walls and splashes of red, orange and brown.
Speedboat from Lumut to Pangkor Laut Island - 30 minutes.
Choose one of the spa’s programmes, which are based on the concepts Rejuvenation and Longevity, Relaxation and Stress Reduction, Detoxification and Romance.
7 nights at Pangkor Laut Resort
Pangkor Laut Resort | Malaysia
Pampering at Pangkor Laut Resort
Pangkor Laut Resort | Malaysia
My only small complaint, which didn't turn out to be a problem in the end, was that I wasn't informed about the fact that we needed at least 6 months ( I think it was) left on our passports after we had already booked and paid. It might have been a complicated situation if it had turned out that we didn't have that amount of time left on the passports."