Pangkor Island Pasir Bogak beach or called Pulau Pangkor Pantai Pasir Bagak in Malay language.
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Pasir Bogak pangkor renowned as the world’s biggest “swimming pool”, was the first developed beach and thus the most famous. It is fine for swimming, and will get very crowded during public holidays. The beach here has white sand, it is the largest an most popular beach on the island. The beach is crescent shaped and numerous shady trees provide idyllic picnic spots under the canopy of their lush foiage. The water is shallow, crystal clear, offering endess hours of fun and frolic in the sunlit sea. There are some facilities for boating, fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, rafting, sailing, canoing. Look out for the mouth-watering local delicacies like satay, barbecued squid and fish fritters at the open air stalls.
Teluk Nipah is located one kilometre from Pasir Bogak Beach. It is popular especially with couples due to its soothing lush greenery and awe-inspiring looks. Its azure waters are home to multi-coloured corals, sea cucumber and a rich variety of other marine life. Try walk across the Giam Island at low tide, you will reward yourself with a treasure trove of marine life.
Pulau Sembilan, the nine islands (sembilan means nine in Malay), is an angler’s paradise and a perfect spot for those who like fishing. Situated 27km south of Pangkor, it takes half an hour boat ride to reach pulau sembilan from pasir bogak beach. This is the spot where Pulau Sembilan Fishing Safari is held every year as a tourism event. Besides fishing, you will enjoy a superb diving experience here.