GPS Coordinates: 4.234423, 100.638934
There's more to Damai Laut than our luxurious rooms and top-notch resort facilities. With its crystal clear waters, it is one of the best diving and fishing resorts in Malaysia. Feed your wanderlust by visiting pristine beaches, watching nature from up-close at Pangkor Island, snorkeling at Teluk Penyu, exploring the Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve and satisfying your crave for fresh seafood at the Kuala Sepetang fishing village. Surrounded by sun, sea, sand and beach, the multi-award winning Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Damai Laut is deemed to be one of the best water sport resorts in Malaysia.
Take a trip to the pristine mangrove and mudflat ecosystem that is renowned as the largest single tract of mangrove forest in West Malaysia.
Give yourself a treat on fresh, mouth-watering seafood at the Kuala Sepetang fishing village overlooking the mangrove river.
Visit the charcoal factory and catch a sight on how freshly cut trees are stacked and loaded into large baking kilns to produce charcoal with fire burning up to 20 days at 220'C.
Drop by at the baby turtles' heaven where you are able to watch them being hatched and hold them in your hands as you feed them with their all time favorites – fresh cucumber.
Be amused with the array of big and small fishes, clothed in bright colours dance through the crystal clear waters and experience the personal touch when they swim around you.
Dive a little deeper into the sea and furnish your eyes with the barrel sponges and soft corals that make up the sea floor.
Enjoy a sumptuous lunch at the island for a taste of local delicacy. You may also spice up the island tour by shopping around for local specialties as souvenirs to bring home.
Overlooking the view of Batu Gajah, Perak, is the unfinished castle belongs to William Kellie Smith or better known as Kellie’s Castle. After the owner’s passing, the castle was left abandoned before being made into a tourist attraction years later.
Gopeng used to be tin mining town for about 100 years since 1870s. The museum opened to public in 2009 contains displays items from Gopeng's glory days.
Vale Eco Centre was launched in October 2015 as one of social investment initiatives. The centre is aimed to serve as an educational platform for the local community members and the public at large to discover and appreciate biodiversity in the Teluk Rubiah forest.
The resort is accessible by air through regular scheduled direct flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA2) to Penang Airport or Johor Airport to Ipoh Airport. Alternatively, flights from Singapore to Ipoh is also available via Firefly and Tiger Air.
The resort is accessible by road from the capital of Kuala Lumpur via the North-South Expressway. Exit at Sungkai, pass Teluk Intan and head for Sitiawan / Manjung district. From here it is only takes a half hour scenic drive to the resort. Other than that, you may take the Ipoh-Lumut Highway if you are coming from Ipoh. The 99.3 km journey to Swiss-Garden Beach Resort will take about 1 hour 50 minutes.
The main Railway Station in Ipoh is about 80km from Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Damai Laut. Transfers should be arranged prior to your arrival.