Highly recommended by famous travelogues aplenty and exclusively selected as one of my favourite top three resorts in Pangkor (other than the Pangkor Laut Resort & Pangkor Island Resort), my recent staycation at the boutique TIGER ROCK resort turned out to be a magnificent experience relishing like a rajah in a rainforest resort pampered and showered with lots of tender luxuriant comfort in a palatial mansion complete with attentive, patient and meticulous hospitality from Mr Mohan the learned owner (formerly a marine biologist from Setiu) married to Mdm Bavanni the endearing resident chef (from KL) dishing out a cornucopia of fusion Indian cuisine full board in generous & sedaplicious servings from the tiny resort kitchen / restaurant beside the navy blue tile swimming pool nestled amidst the dense tropical foliage at the southern tip of Pangkor island accessed via a narrow, winding but inconspicuous slip road just beside the Dutch Fort (Kota Belanda) only a stone throw away from the namesake sacred legendary Tiger Rock enclosed within a pavilion near the new floating mosque.
Check in to check out the Main House with the cosy and colourful bedroom via a huge walkthrough wardrobe room and ensuite bathroom overspilling onto the verandah engulfed by the surrounding jungle with interstitial glimpses of Pangkor Strait below which is situated an enormous rustic multiple split level combo space of living cum dining area plus kitchen modified and built upon pristine gigantic granite boulders rambling down to a library / DVD / antique room all cluttered with countless curios and fronted by an enviously scenic balcony / patio overlooking the entire premises.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tiger Rock is about sustainable tourism which includes participation of the local Pangkor Island community, preserving the natural environment and cultural way of life as well as ensuring mutual respect and benefits to all parties involved. This commitment is reflected in every aspect of Tiger Rock, from the way it is designed and built, to how it is managed by local islanders. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Tiger Rock Hotel Pangkor
- Tiger Rock Pangkor, Pulau Pangkor