Teluk Nipah Beach at sunset, Pangkor
Pangkor
Kaliamman Hinduism Temple, Pangkor
Paradise Beach in Pangkor

Useful facts for your holiday to Pangkor

Flights and transfers

The most sensible way to get in is by taking a flight to Kuala Lumpur, then getting a coach or taxi to the ferry port. From here you’ll take a ferry to the island.

Visa Requirements

Irish passport holders do not require a visa – check the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) guidelines for any changes.

Language

Malay is the official language, although English is quite commonly spoken as a second language.

Transportation

Taxis are widely available.

Currency

The ringgit is the official currency.

Electricity

230V/50Hz

Vaccination & Health

As health requirements change please consult with your GP or specialist travel clinic well in advance of your holiday for specific information related to your travel and medical history. Additional information can be found by visiting MASTA Travel health.

Dialling Code

+60

Time Difference

GMT +8

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