Part 2: Pangkor Laut Resort

We woke up to this beautiful view the next morning.

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After a hearty breakfast at Feast Village, we made our way to the private Emerald Bay. True to its name, the waters were emerald green and pristine clear, with clean and white sandy beach. Thank goodness for the beautiful weather!

Pure serenity at Emerald Bay
Pure serenity at Emerald Bay
Patio for sunbathing at Emerald Bay
Patio for sunbathing at Emerald Bay
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Getting wet and wild
That's my hubby trying to stay afloat
That's my hubby trying to stay afloat

We left Emerald Bay for a spa appointment at Spa Village, which I will document in another post. After a much-needed, pampering treat at the spa, we headed to Chapman’s Bar, just steps away from Emerald Bay, for lunch.

Chapman's Bar
Chapman's Bar
Calamari rings
Calamari rings
Sumptuous chicken burger
Sumptuous chicken burger

How can we afford to miss a dip in the infinity pool, facing Straits of Melaka? It was my first experience swimming with bub in my tummy. He must be excited or protesting as I could feel twitches once in a while.

Swimming in the infinity pool
Swimming in the infinity pool

Dinner was at Uncle Lim’s, a restaurant that serves Chinese and Peranakan dishes. For our meal package, we could order 2 appetisers, 3 main courses and 2 desserts.  Here are what we had:

Fish Maw Soup (yuck!) and Chicken with Salted Egg
Fish Maw Soup (yuck!) and Chicken with Salted EggClockwise: Soft-Shelled Crab, Asparagus with Scallop and Uncle Lim's Steamed Fish (recommended!)
"Delighted" sums it up!
"Delighted" sums it up!
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