Thursday, September 23, 2010
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
as i'm not in Malaysia this few months, any further info please call Tomato: 012-6764276
or letter perhaps^^:
chop hock hin
no. 4 sungai pinang kechil
32300 pangkor ,perak
i will try to answer your questions
sorry for my poor shooting skill :p
as u can see from the pictures, my house is well maintain and comfortable. it is suitable for retired couples who want to away from the hustle and bustle...
we have 4 rooms equipped with air-condition, bed, cupboard and ect...(really... very comfortable)every rooms have a private washroom equipped with water heater
Mr. Loo and Mrs. Loo(my mom n dad) are friendly and helpful persons, they will try to fulfill your needs as possible.
as u step in loo home-stay u definitely will love it!
we more welcome the long term guests(at least 2 month)
price: 170 USD per night (very reasonable and affordable)
hope to see you soon!!^^
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
Situated just off the west coast of Perak in Peninsular Malaysia is one of the most enchanting islands you'll ever come across. Pangkor has for centuries enthralled visitors with her charming beauty. In days of old, she was the refuge of seamen who sailed through the Straits of Malacca. Pangkor's many idyllic bays made it the perfect stopover. Pirates, adventurers, merchants and soldiers of fortune sought the peace and tranquility she had to offer.
Now, Pangkor Island still a heaven for those seeking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Soak up the sun on her golden beaches, experience the fish village life and enjoy the beauty of virgin jungle in Pangkor Island.(especially retirees)
So, what can you do at Pulau Pangkor? You can go to one of the beaches and enjoy the tropical sun. But in the heat of the day, you may want to hire a boat for sea fishing or jet skiing.
Don't forget to bring your snorkel!!The corals around some of the smaller islands are beautiful. And for some serious fishing you may want to organize a boat to Pulau Sembilan, a group of uninhabited islands 40 minutes by speedboat away.
At the entrance of Pangkor you can rent bicycles and motorbikes for going around the island . But you can also hire a taxi. It is cheap.
There are a few little fisherman's villages with traditional Malaysian houses. The little food stalls in Pangkor Town and the other villages have some of the local favorite dishes while the more up market hotels offer a range of Asian and Western food including excellent local coffee, cuttlefish and anchovies, the locals call it"ikan bilis" and no "nasi lemak" meal will go without it.
It is too much fun can enjoyed at Pangkor Island. Please come and find out your own experiences of Pangkor Island!!
There is a video introducing the beauty of Pangkor Island...