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Aktiviti Activities


LAGUN TELUK NIPAH mengandungi 2 pulau dan 2 pantai (Pulau Mentangor dan Pulau Giam, Teluk Man, Pasir Giam, Teluk Kera dan Teluk Nipah) di mana berpusatnya aktiviti sukan air.

 

THE LAGOON OF NIPAH BAY consists of 2 islands and 4 beaches  (Mentangor and Coral Islands, Man Bay, Coral Beach, Monkey Bay and Nipah Bay.)  where all watersports activities are centred.


 

Di Teluk Nipah anda boleh memilih untuk menyertai pelbagai aktiviti darat dan laut seperti jungle trekking, abseiling/repelling, berbasikal, snorkeling, skuba, berkayak, permainan pantai, telematch, dsb.

 

At Nipah Bay, you can choose to take part in land or sea activities like jungle trekking, cycling, abseiling/repelling, snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, beach games, telematch, etc.

 

Snorkeling di Pulau Giam.

Snorkeling near Coral Island.

 

Meredah ombak dengan banana boat.

Breaking the waves on a banana boat.

PICTURES ARE COURTESY OF THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS

     
 

Batu Bersurat mengandung bukti sejarah yang penting kepada Pulau Pangkor. Ia terletak berhampiran runtuhan Kota Belanda di Teluk Gedung.

 

Sacred Rock (or Batu Bersurat) is of a historical significance to Pangkor Island. It can be found in a fishing village of Teluk Gedung, close to the Dutch Fort ruins.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

     


 

 

Selain mengunjungi kesan sejarah seperti Kota Belanda dan batu bersurat di Teluk Gedung, pengunjung dapat menyaksikan aktiviti seharian komuniti nelayan di Pulau Pangkor. (Lihat Info Pulau Pangkor).

 

Apart from visiting the historical ruins of the Dutch Fort and the Sacred Rock in Teluk Gedung, visitors may also witness the daily activities in the fishing community of Pangkor Island. (See Information on Pangkor Island)

 

 

Spesis timun laut, di kalangan orang tempatan dikenali sebagai gamat emas (stichopus horrens), adalah ramuan utama dalam produk perubatan tradisional dan produk kosmetik, terdapat dengan banyak di perairan Teluk Nipah khususnya di Pulau Giam.

 

Sea cucumber species, locally known as gamat emas (stichopus horrens), an essential ingredient in traditional medicinal products and cosmetics, is abundant around the Nipah Bay shore, especially around Coral Island.