Muse Pangkor Laut Estates
Pangkor Laut Island, Malaysia
A luxury, fully-staffed private villa estate on Malaysia's Pangkor Laut Island with superb facilities and spa - the ultimate unique retreat for those wanting to relax in luxury and get away from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
At a Glance
You cannot get more exclusive than this - your own expansive estate on an exotic, rainforest-clad private island complete with dedicated staff - the ultimate in luxury
Eight hidden Estates hidden away into its jungle surroundings, making it the perfect hideaway for a family get together
Jungle treks with the resort's resident Naturalist should not be missed
Dedicated staff will wait on you hand and foot to make sure you have a memorable stay
Relax in luxury at the resorts incredible spa
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Muse Pangkor Laut Estates or take a look at our itineraries to West Coast
Muse Pangkor Laut is a lush privately owned island off the west coast of Malaysia and is home to a 2 million year old rainforest. The island is the location of Pangkor Laut Resort and the Muse Pangkor Laut Estates which are an exclusive enclave of private villas situated along a secluded bay and set away from the main resort. Each estate is unique and is individually designed in typical Malay style with a collection of separate living areas, private pool and beautifully landscaped gardens.
The estates each have two dedicated staff members to include a private chef and butler/housekeeper who together co-ordinate all aspects of your stay. Each estate also has a vehicle and driver should you wish to dine at one of the resort's restaurants or visit the Spa Village. Everything is tailored here to your needs - you can make your vacation one of total seclusion and privacy or you can use your estate as a spacious and luxurious base from which to enjoy all the activities and facilities the island has to offer.
The seven Estates are all different and are designed and tailored to their natural surroundings. The three beachfront estates (1, 2 & 4) have direct access to a shared private beach and the four hillside estates have fantastic ocean views. The estates all have their own pool and Jacuzzi, a dining area and a living area.
There are good facilities for children at The Estates where the service from your own staff is exceptionally personalized, meaning your family's every need can be coordinated and catered to. Equipment for infants and toddlers, as well as games, beach equipment and DVDs etc can be easily arranged.
Estate guests have full use of Pangkor Laut Resort facilities which include two swimming pools, state of the art gym, three tennis courts, squash court, TV lounge, library and hair salon. The Spa Village is a unique indulgent retreat with extensive treatments from China, Japan, India, Thailand, Bali and Malaysia. Restaurants include Fisherman's Cove, a waterfront restaurant with open kitchen specializing in Asian fusion cuisine. Six other restaurants and bars also serve fantastic fresh food.
Activities during your stay can include jungle trekking, island jogging trail, fishing, motor boat and yacht charter, snorkeling, kayaking, waterskiing and wake boarding, catamaran sailing, cooking courses, tai chi and yoga.
A dedicated cook and butler for each estate tend to your every need whether it be the preparation of snacks, refreshments or meals or addressing any housekeeping or activity requirements. Each estate also has a private vehicle and driver should you wish to be driven to the Spa Village or leave the seclusion of your estate for one of the resort's restaurants.
Location & Directions
Pangkor Laut Island, Malaysia
Located on the privately owned island of Pangkor Laut, 1.6 km off the west coast of Peninsula Malaysia.
When to go
Pangkor Laut enjoys a year-round equatorial climate with a temperature range of 20°C – 35°C. The days are warm and the nights are cool. Rainfall is copious and fairly evenly distributed throughout the year. The rain is mostly convectional – the rain clouds are built up by rising warm air currents and the rains descends in a downpour that normally lasts an hour or two. September to November are the wettest months here on the west coast, however it can vary depending on the prevailing monsoon winds.