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There are approx 10 km of roads that meander around the island, rolling green hills and valleys, scenery of daunting cliffs and thick stands of Norfolk Pine. All roads lead to Burnt Pine commercial shopping centre at the heart of the island.
There are scattered Georgian buildings around the island, and coral reef edged Emily Bay is a haven for snorkling. There is great fishing, golf, and scenic tours. There are 40 Eateries, plenty of accomodation, 80 shops with imported goods tax free. See Norfolk Island link page.
Some of the people who live on Norfolk Island, an Australian dependency in the southwest Pacific Ocean, are descendants of the mutineers of the HMS Bounty, the British merchant ship under the command of Captain William Bligh. The mutineers originally lived on Pitcairn Island but moved west to Norfolk Island in 1856.
About 3 hours drive north of Kuala Lumpur... If you like to visit ye old England on the equator, then this is it. The climate is low 20's with low humidity year round and the walking and golf are great. The Smokehouse is a traditional English pub with excellent accom and food - highly recomended (605 491-1215). Crew discounts are available. A larger more economical and more modern place nearby is Strawberry Park (605 262-6166)... but Ye Old Smokehouse is the place for atmosphere and English cuisine.
Pangkor Laut Resort
Magnificent 5 star resort on a small island off Lumut Port - about 3 hrs drive north of Kuala Lumpur. There are also light aircraft connections. The accommodation is in stilted huts over the water, with other beautiful bays within walking distance. Airline staff discounts apply. Phn: 605 699-1100, Fax: 605 699-1200