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While I have visited the floating mosques in Melaka (Masjid Selat Melaka) and Terengganu (Masjid Kristal), I am glad that I finally had the opportunity to visit Perak's very own floating mosque, the first in the state, known as Masjid Al-Badr Seribu Selawat. Built at a cost of RM11.7 million, it took slightly over 2.5 years ... continue reading »

Dutch Fort, Pangkor

Jun 3, 2015 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Dutch Fort Pangkor

Despite its modest size, Pangkor Island has a good list of attractions to visit. One of them is Dutch Fort or in Malay, Kota Belanda. The ruins of Dutch Fort are the remnants of an outpost built by the Dutch in an attempt to control trade in the Malay Peninsular. The Dutch used to call it ... continue reading »

Pirate-Themed Beach Party

May 23, 2015 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150
pirate themed party

Brandishing swords and pistols, guests dressed as menacing pirates attended the pirate-themed beach party hosted by Marina Island Pangkor Resort & Hotel for travel agents and friends from the media. The resort had organised a 2D/1N familiarisation trip for these guests who came from as far as Selangor, to unveil their new block of deluxe suites, ... continue reading »

Marina Island Pangkor Resort & Hotel

May 22, 2015 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Marina Island Pangkor Resort & Hotel

Three years after my vacation here, I am back in Marina Island Pangkor Resort & Hotel again for a short break. The resort now sports a new brand and a second block of deluxe suites, named D'Ocean. The first block of superior apartments where I previously put up at is called D'Sea. There will be a total ... continue reading »

Lumut Pangkor ferry time table

The ferry trip from Lumut Jetty (opposite the bus station) to Pangkor Jetty takes about 40 minutes. Passengers who stop at Sungai Pinang Kecil Jetty will disembark first, saving about 10 minutes from the ferry ride. For non-Pangkor residents, return fare is RM14 for adults and RM7 for children from 5 to 12 years of age. ... continue reading »

Sunset View Chalet, Pangkor

Oct 9, 2013 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel
Sunset View Chalet

The only chalet in Pangkor with a garden - this is only ONE description for Sunset View Chalet. Another unique feature of this chalet is that it's a feeding base for Oriental Pied hornbills. They come to feed at 6.30pm daily, without fail since 2002. Accommodation at Sunset View Chalet in Teluk Nipah (Nipah Bay) includes ... continue reading »

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