Pangkor Sandy Beach

Discover Serenity In Paradise

Welcome to Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort the 3-Star jewel in the isle of sun-kissed Pangkor

Pangkor Sandy Beach

Our 3-Star beach front resort is located within the main sea front/leisure belt of the Pasir Bogak beach which is just minutes away from the jetty. Here, you will discover an enchantment: a resort that is a nestled amidst a golden beach, sparkling waters and captivating serenity that is simply amazing.

Pangkor Sandy Beach Resort at Pasir Bogak promises a deeply relaxing holiday under the lure of the irresistible sun, sea and sand. It’s a true gem and this is the place you want to be.

your STAY

Chilling out on the bed in our hotel room watching television, be greeted by the natures sound of birds is sometimes the best part of a vacation.


Our facilities & Services

A deeply relaxing holiday under the lure of the irresistible sun, sea and sand.


Beach Front

The beach is crescent-shaped with coconut palm trees separating the sand beach, providing protection from the heat wave during midday.


Adults/Kids Pool

Take a swim in our crystal clear water while enjoying our line of greeneries.


Sandy Spoon

Malaysian cuisines restaurant which is overlooking the beach with a lovely view of Coral Beach and sunset


Recreational Activities

The beach hosts numerous water sport facilities such as snorkeling, wind-surfing, fishing and sailing, canoe, jet ski and snorkeling gear.


Jungle trekking

For the adventure lover, head up to Bukit Pangkor for a trek into the leafy part of the island and discover the amazing flora and fauna.



Enjoy the smoky, heart-warming and mouth-watering sizzling barbeque with a view of the beach.


Team building

Employees are your greatest asset, they are your competitive advantage.


Land & City Tour

Take a trip of Pangkor which is filled with history heritage, multi culture population, historical and religious attractions.

Sandy TV

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Historically, Pangkor was a refuge for local fishermen, merchants and pirates. In the 17th century, the Dutch built a fort in an effort to control the Perak tin trade known as the Dutch Fort. In 1874, it was the location of a historical treaty between the British government and a contender for the Perak throne (the Pangkor Treaty), which began the British colonial domination of the Malay Peninsula. The old British name for the Pangkor Island group was the Dindings