Pangkor Laut Island
|Native name: Pulau Pangkor Laut
ﭬولاو ﭬڠكور لاءوت
A view of the terraced infinity pools at Pangkor Laut Resort, Pangkor Laut Island, Malaysia.
|Location||Strait of Malacca|
During World War II, the island was where Freddie Spencer Chapman made his submarine gateway during the Japanese occupation of Malaya. Luciano Pavarotti visited the island in 1994 and he declared the island a paradise. In 2002 Pavarotti officiated the opening of Spa Village, a spa facility attached to the Pangkor Laut Resort, with the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the event .
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