Sin Nam Huat Seafood Restaurant
At Teluk Gedong, 3km south of Pangkor Town, is the Dutch Fort, built in 1670 and sacked in 1690. The Dutch managed to rebuild the fort...
On the waterfront at Teluk Gedong, 3km south of Pangkor Town, is this mammoth stone carved with the symbol of the Dutch East India...
Overlooking the jetty is this museum featuring local handicrafts and brief displays on local history, although not many of the captions...
Local-style tea and coffee drinks in air-con comfort, looking over the jetty. It also does a brief menu of fried rice–type dishes.
Sin Nam Huat Seafood Restaurant information
Longstanding place, good for crab, lobster and prawn dishes, and it serves beer late into the night. Sin Nam Huat is located at the southern end of Pangkor Town.