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Pangkor Laut Island

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Pangkor Laut Island

Pangkor Laut Island is a small island southwest of Pangkor Island, Perak, Malaysia.

Luciano Pavarotti had visited the island in 1994 in which he declared the island a paradise and in 2002 officiated the opening of Spa Village, a spa facility attached to the Pangkor Laut Resort, with the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the event.[1]

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Coordinates: 4°11′27″N 100°32′24″E / 4.19083°N 100.54000°E / 4.19083; 100.54000

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