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Port Dickson
Related Link: Port Dickson Hotel | Port Dickson Destination Guide

Port Dickson Destination Guide

Port Dickson, fondly known as PD, is the pride of Negeri Sembilan.

Port Dickson has an almost continuous coastline stretching up to 18 km. Its sunny beaches, lined by tall palm trees and shady casuarinas, are washed by the gentle waves of the Straits of Malacca. Teluk Kemang and Blue Lagoon beaches are popular tourist destinations.

Teluk Kemang, situated on the 9th mile of the coastal road, is one of the longest stretches of beach in Port Dickson. Splash in the warm waters, or enjoy a myriad of watersports such as canoeing, parasailing, yachting and speedboat rides.

The Blue Lagoon, 11 km south of Port Dickson town, is tucked away from the main road and offers hours of fun in a peaceful setting.

The Port Dickson Fest and the International Port Dickson Ironman Triathlon are two exciting annual events held here.

A string of five-star resorts, hotels and private bungalows fringe the Port Dickson coastline. Alternatively, camp by the beach for a pleasant night under the stars.

Port Dickson holds the distinction of being the first place where competitive sailing was introduced in the country. The Admiral Marina and Leisure Club offer excellent and comprehensive facilities for yachters including moorage, full club services, brokerage and boat repairs. The Royal Port Dickson Yacht Club has extensive facilities for members and is able to accommodate Optimist and Laser crafts.

This charming coastal town has a variety of attractions, from nature-based temptations to historical monuments. Close to Blue Lagoon is Cape Rachado or Tanjung Tuan Lighthouse. Built in the 16th century, this lighthouse was used to guide vessels sailing to Malacca, then a thriving port-of-call in the region. Enjoy breathtaking views of the coastline from this vantage point. To the northeast of Port Dickson is Lukut Fort, erected to protect the tin-rich town of Lukut. The museum here offers an insight into the town’s history.

Dining out at local restaurants in Port Dickson is filled with delightful choices of delicious fresh seafood, exotic local dishes as well as Western fare.

By Road
Port Dickson is located along the coastal road about an hour's drive from Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan. Seremban is about 60km south of Kuala Lumpur on the North-South Expressway and 40km from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang.

Regular bus and taxi services connect Port Dickson to Kuala Lumpur and Seremban.

By Rail
Rail travellers have to disembark at Seremban, which is serviced by the KTM Komuter from Kuala Lumpur.
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