Best Budget Beach Holiday Malaysia

Land size : 8 square miles
Population : 25,000
Climate : tropical
Things to do : jog or swim & eat or drink plus others
How to come : 80km from Ipoh City
Suggested duration of visit : 8 hours to 4 days ( 1 day in Sitiawan for more food )
Highlights : take food photos and also pixs of exotic birds

ferry ride from Lumut, RM10 return, 40 minutes

watch out for black , yellow & white hornbill
mee rebus RM 4 ( Teluk Nipah )
rojak RM 2.20 and Malay Malay laksa RM3 ( Teluk Nipah )

Nasi lemak RM3 . Jaz RM8

Chinese Malay laksa RM2.30 ( Sg Pinang Besar )
char keow teow RM3 ( Sg Pinang Kecil )

and many more...

Welcome to Pangkor Island , Perak !


tigerfish said…
Chinese Malay laksa or Chinese Malay Japanese udon laksa? ;p
J2Kfm said…
never knew Pulau Pangkor a good place for food hunting also.

no addresses? :)
Selba said…
The rojak looks so different than the indonesian rujak... ;)
sc said…
the hornbill is so pretty! love the vivid colours on it :). never been to pangkor island, looks like i should go this year! (since i cant afford overseas travel, budget budget :p)
choi yen said…
Pangkor Island = satay fish, hehe :P
Tummythoz said…
Recommended stay at ..?
HairyBerry said…
i have heard and read really good things about it.

what am i waiting for, i wonder sometimes. must go, must go!
thats a pretty sharp observation (as we know you would)for that yellowish noodle in da laksa is truly different , big & soft with taste , close to your udon fantasy...

we wouldn't want to give addresses for the whole town is full of such smacking authentic island dishes !

that indeed is our black Malaysian version with the smelly belacan

come to think of it many haven't been here as people tend to look up to redang, perhentian , tioman etc but here things are like 1/2 price so you better make it soon and yes ,it is highly accessible from all corners

only for you , nex time buy in Lumut those things , more variety and believe it or not , cheaper too !

O you can stay with us :P , or you can stay in a tent or somewhere where food is near. Actually best place to stay is Teluk Nipah for RM80 a room maybe.

your job will be to bring the celebrity food bloggers here for a duration of not less than 24 hours , maybe the Manjung Tourism Board can give you people a special reception + some
teckiee said…
eh eh.. got hornbill one meh? how come i never see before one?
Sugar Bean said…
Been there bout 5 years ago. I had a nice time there, yeah, the food was good and price was reasonable. Miss the beach so much!
Hazza said…
I just happen to be shoppping for a beach holiday when we visit KL this summer. Pangkor will be a candidate!
we plan to catch one next time just for you ! they also come to Seaview Hotel in Pasir Bogak every evening where papaya is served to them...:D

It used to have the finest beaches anywhere but today lack of control ( politics 7 economics as usual) is gradually dooming the beauty

we can only say this place is cheap but no longer the best in terms of natural stunning beauty.That honour belongs to Redang
Ciki said…
budget holiday means more money to whack the food :P
no, mor for JAZ !