Pulau Pemanggil, Pemanggil Island Fishing Paradise, Johore, Malaysia

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Pemanggil situated next to Tioman, requires a 3 hours ride by boat from Mersing - the jump-off point from the mainland. Along the journey if you're an avid angler, drop a line and start fishing right away! One will never be disappointed with the catch! Accommodation is very simple and basic, but there's nothing better than savouring the rustic life of a fishing village. For the adventurous, the hill outcrop of the island makes for a challenging climb and breath-taking view of the far reaching ocean.


The island is well known for deep sea fishing and good hunting grounds for marlins and tenggiri (mackerel). However, it also possesses other charms - such as endless stretches of white sandy beaches and many good location of snorkelling spots. As the island is still unknown, the corals have largely been left untouched and are free of pollution

 

Pemanggil means "Calling" in the Malay Language. Situated south of Tioman Island, famous for fishing expeditions especially for marlins, travallys and Tenggiri (Spanish Mackerel). One of the lesser known islands, and still untouched by modern developments. It is not only known for fishing but also for jungle/hill climbing and also for diving/snorkeling. For snorkellers the most thrilling experience will be to see a sunken wreck close to shore not more than 5 meters deep.

 

Prized catch - Garoupas !!!

 

 


Pulau Pemanggil - Fishing & Snorkeling Packages

PACKAGE RATES -  2007

RATES (Ringgit Malaysia) PER PERSON 

 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS PACKAGE 

2 - 3 persons 4 - 5 persons 6 persons & above

Dagang Chalet Non Air Conditioned twin - quad share

 RM 850.00 RM 600.00 RM 480.00

  Remark

- Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

- All rates, unless otherwise stated, are subject to 10% service charge and 5% government tax.

 

Package includes:

 

Return boat transfers - Mersing - Pulau Pemanggil

Free of use of boat for fishing or snorkeling the duration of the tour

2 nights accommodation on quad share basis non air conditioned rooms

2 breakfast, 2 lunch and 2 dinner

Full day boat tours / fishing outings

 

Conditions :

  • Rates are in Ringgit Malaysia per person .

  • Public Holiday Surcharge of RM 30.00 per person

  • Rates are  subject to change without prior notice.

  • Children below 12 years - 50% of adult rate

  • Children below 4 years - free of charge

  • Excludes marine park fees of RM 5.00

  • All guests must sign a liability waiver form before departure to the island.

Trip  itinerary : (3D/2N)

  • Day 1 (L,D)
    Depart by a private chartered boat for Pulau Pemanggil. Check in at chalet. After lunch, free at leisure. Activities by boat  : snorkelling, fishing, swimming and beach combing. Dinner in the evening.

  • Day 2 (B,L,D)
    After breakfast, depart by boat for fishing, norkelling or swimming. Return for lunch and afternoon, more fishing, snorkelling and swimming.   Night fishing can be aranged. Dinner in the evening.

  • Day 03 (B)
    After breakfast, depart by boat for Mersing jetty en route to Kuala Lumpur.

Kampong Buau

This is the main kampung (village) where the first settlers made home. A clinic ,a mosque,a police outpost and a school form the backbone of the community. The school is made up of only 15 students with ages ranging from 5 to 12years. One of the reasons many families have moved away from the island is the need to pursue further education for their children. The population of the island has now dwindled to a mere 40 villagers and continues to drop as younger folk leave in search of their destinies.

Kampung Pontianak
 

In the early days, there lived a 'Pontianak', a banshee who fed on newborn babies. This particular breed of banshee, the one found on the island, is also known as 'Hantu Langsuir' . The Langsuir can detach her head from the body in times of attacks. What is normally reported of the Langsuir is a flying head with entrails attached and of course the earpiercing screeches and wails.

This resident banshee had a palatable fancy for male babies- waiting eagerly for new-borns but only attacking at night. One night, she heard the groans of a villager in labor, in the nearby village. Having been waiting for months now for a newborn, her thirst for young blood was insatiable.


She hastily detached her head from her body and flew off to the house unaware of the villagers lying in wait to ambush her. On arrival at the house, she noticed that all the doors and windows to the house were barred from within. In desperation, she decided to enter from under the house, through the cracks of the floorboards. The villagers, in position for the attack, threw a net over her.


Her wails from the surprise of the ambush alerted her body but before the body could be reunited with the head, another group of villagers infiltrated the Pontianak's house and put flames to body. Without a body to return to, the Pontianak was finally destroyed. The village has still retained the name 'pontianak' but is now a quiet, serene beach. The villagers there go about their daily chores of salting fish, repairing nets and taking coffee breaks. And there's a great snorkelling patch just in front of the jetty.


Kampung Pak Kaleh

The village is where Pak Mazlan and a few other families settled after moving from Pulau Aur. Now, the village houses only a few families. In the old days, the village was situated up on the hill. As villagers started moving out, the remaining ones moved down to the beachfront. If you're interested, ask the local boys to take you up to the old settlement.

However, only foundations of the settlement and graves of their loved ones remain as milestones of the living history on the island.

Pemanggil Beach

It is an angler's paradise .... Teluk Lancang is an isolated bay on the northeastern coast of Pemanggil Island. Coconut trees grow with abundance amidst the tropical vegetation along the coast.


Towering majestically in the heart of Pemanggil Island, is a huge boulder known locally as Batu Buau, regarded as the sacred guardian of the island. On a clear day, this landmark is clearly visible from the south of Tioman Island which is 50 km away.Pemanggil Island is one of the 'must visit' fishing paradise.


In Malaysia's recent fishing competition organised by a leading newspaper company, Pemanggil Island was nominated as one of the best fishing spots in the country. Among the favorite game fish is the Black Marlin, however it is quite rare to catch it. Only the real lucky ones get it ... good luck. The island is well known for deep sea fishing and good hunting grounds for marlins and tenggiri (mackerel). However it also possesses other charms such as endless stretch of white sandy beaches and many good locations for snorkeling. As the island is still not known, the corals are almost untouched and the waters are free of pollution. This remote island is famous for its beauty and abundance of marine life within its clear emerald waters.

Pemanggil, situated next to Tioman, requires a 4 to 5 hour boat ride from Mersing, which is the jump off point from the mainland. Along the journey if you're an avid angler, drop a line and start fishing right away! One will never be disappointed with the catch.

Accommodation is very simple and basic, but there's nothing better than savoring the rustic life of a fishing village. For the adventurous, the hill outcrop of the island makes a challenging climb with the reward being a breathtaking view of the ocean.

Pemanggil island, situated south of Tioman, requires a 4 to 5 hours ride by boat from Mersing - the jump-off point from the mainland Johor. The island is a fisherman's best-kept secret. It is well known for deep sea fishing and has good hunting grounds for marlins - black ones if you're fortunate - and mackerels. Its other magnetic charms include endless stretches of white sandy beaches and awesome snorkeling spots. Although still unknown to many, this remote island is famous for its beauty and abundance of marine life within its clear emerald waters.

On the north-eastern coast of Pemanggil Island is Teluk Lancang, an isolated bay where coconut trees grow in abundance amidst the tropical vegetation. At the heart of the island, there is a huge boulder known locally as Batu Buau which locals regard as sacred - a landmark that will not go unnoticed as it is clearly visible from as far as 50km from the south of Tioman Island.

When it comes to accommodation, back to basics and rustics are the answers. For the adventurous, the hilly outcrop of the island offers a challenging rock climbing expedition and the summit holds a scene of the incredible beauty of the open sea.

 

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