The dorms here are largely unremarkable, but the six private rooms, although cramped and not all boasting their own bathrooms, represent a bargain for…
- House of Journey
- Pangkor Bayview
Rooms are fairly ordinary (white walls, tiled floors, bathrooms in need of maintenance) but Pangkor Bayview is seconds from the beach, with activities…
- Shalini’s Guest House
This old, two-storey house across from the beach has a palpable homely atmosphere. Rooms are basic but neat, some have balconies and most have private…
- Hotel Ban Cheong
This long-standing Chinese hotel in the town centre has basic rooms. They're in need of updating, but it's an acceptable budget option for an overnight…
Each room has four beds (bunks in the case of Hostel 3) and a wall fan. Hostels 1 and 2 have attached bathrooms. Hostel 3 was partially refurbished in…
- Sematan Hotel
The four basic rooms here have tile floors and rudimentary furnishings. Bathrooms are attached but lack hot water. Situated 150m inland from the…
- Rumah Rehat Temerloh
Located in a quiet corner of town and surrounded by green trees, this hotel is well-worn but clean and friendly. Its 10 rooms are spread over two floors.
- Forest Hut
Open-air rain shelters in the jungle. There's no need to bring a tent, just bedding and a mosquito net.
- Kangsar Hotel
This no-frills hotel offers simple but spotlessly clean rooms right in the centre of town.
- Hotel Robin
Zero charm, but rooms at Hotel Robin are clean and staff speak some English.
- Hotel Sri Garden
Standard Malaysian midranger with capable, if somewhat musty, rooms.
Camping is only permitted next to park HQ. Showers are provided.
- Metro Hotel
Old-school, slightly shabby hotel. Centrally located.
- Lake Kenyir Resort
This peaceful resort has spacious chalets with balconies overlooking the lake or rainforest. The restaurant serves Malay and international dishes, and the…