Purnama Beach Resort
AddressLot 4466, Teluk Nipah PangkorSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This spiffy complex of chalets includes some fairly simple (and simply lovely) fan huts and neat, motel-style doubles. There’s a good restaurant, a very small pool and breakfast included – nice.
Our independent authors have visited Purnama Beach Resort and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Pulau Pangkor.
Description provided by property
Choose between chalets or villas at Purnama Beach Resort. Located in Teluk Nipah on Pangkor Island, the resort has its own restaurant, swimming pool and water sports facilities on site.
Purnama Beach Resort is accessible via ferry from either Lumut or Marina Jetty in Perak, both are which a 2 km drive from Pangkor Airport and Pangkor Town. The resort is a 15-minute walk to Pantai Pasir Bogak and Teluk Segadas beaches where turtle laying eggs on the beach are sighted.
All villas and chalets are simply furnished and air-conditioned. Each has a TV and a private bathroom with bath and shower.
Local food is served at Purnama Restaurant, which features an a la carte menu from 08:00 – 22:30.
The hotel will contact the guest directly for pre-payment to guarantee the booking.
=== Please take note of the ferry operating hours:
Lumut Jetty to Pangkor: 7:00 - 20:30 Pangkor to Lumut Jetty: 6:30 - 20:30
Marina Jetty to Pangkor: 07:15 - 20:00 Pangkor to Marina Jetty: 6:45 19:30
=== For breakfast-inclusive room rates, complimentary breakfast is provided for 2 persons only. Any extra guest will be charged separately at MYR 10 per person.
Services & facilities
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
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