Nipah Guesthouse is a cottage themed guesthouse located in Teluk Nipah, Pulau Pangkor and it is listed on TripAdvisor Travelers Choice for Top 25 B&Bs and Inns in Malaysia. The guesthouse is managed by a local family there, who speak fluently in both Malay and English. The friendly service provided here make you feel just like home and also you can cook your own food provided that you clean your own dishes and there is a fridge to store your food. There are also breakfast bar in the morning specially served by the owner. Facilities like pool and cottage here are well maintained and clean. The guesthouse is in walking distance to the Teluk Nipah beach.


  • Friendly service from owner
  • Pool for family and children


  • Swimming
  • Picnic
  • Island hopping, banana boat riding and BBQ at Teluk Nipah beach


  • Swimming pool
  • Breakfast bar
  • Cottage


  • Sunday – Thursday : RM120.00 per unit/night
  • Friday, Saturday & School Holiday : RM150.00 per unit/night
  • Peak Season : RM180.00 per unit/night
  • Available 4 units
  • Max 2 person only
  • Sunday – Thursday: RM150.00 per unit/night
  • Friday, Saturday & School Holiday: RM180.00 per unit/night
  • Peak Season: RM210.00 per unit/night
  • Available 2 units
  • Max 3 person only
  • Sunday – Thursday: RM180.00 per unit/night
  • Friday, Saturday & School Holiday: RM210.00 per unit/night
  • Peak Season: RM240.00 per unit/night
  • Available 1 unit
  • Max 3 person only
  • Sunday – Thursday: RM300.00 per unit/night
  • Friday, Saturday & School Holiday: RM350.00 per unit/night
  • Peak Season: RM400.00 per unit/night
  • Available 1 unit
  • Max 6 person only

For more about rooms and rates, please refer to their website here.


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Nipah Guesthouse Pangkor

Lumut Jetty

By Car

From KL/SOUTH the easiest route is using E1 PLUS highway, head north and take EXIT 135 Gopeng (266 km, almost all 4 lanes) or EXIT 130 Bidor (244 km, bit tricky). After toll plaza, follow the sign to Pangkor or Lumut. The shortest route is using the Federal Route 5 through Sabak Bernam but be advised that the road is busy especially during peak hour and can be dangerous sometimes. After arrived at Lumut, you can park your car at Lumut Multi-storey Car Park (rate per hour) or any other car park (rate per day, cheaper if your vacation is long).

By Bus

Take express bus from KL at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) to Lumut or to Ipoh first then Lumut. At Lumut Bus Station, you can walk to the jetty terminal and ride the ferry to Pangkor.

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Nipah Guesthouse Pangkor

Address: Lot 4506, Teluk Nipah, 32300 Pulau Pangkor, Perak
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