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Nestled on the beach, this Port Dickson hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum and 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Sri Anjeneayar Temple. Admiral Cove Marina ...
Nestled on the beach, this Port Dickson resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Port Dickson Army Museum, Admiral Cove Marina and Sri Anjeneayar Temple. Fort Lukut and ...
Situated in Port Dickson, this hotel is close to Fort Lukut. Area attractions also include Port Dickson Army Museum and Sri Anjeneayar Temple.
Situated near the beach, this hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Fort Lukut, Port Dickson Army Museum and Sri Anjeneayar Temple. Admiral Cove Marina and Port ...
This Port Dickson apartment is on the beach, 3 mi (4.8 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Admiral Cove Marina and Sri Anjeneayar Temple. ...
Located in Port Dickson, this beachfront hotel is in the city centre, 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum, and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Sri Anjeneayar Temple. ...
Nestled on the beach, this Port Dickson hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Sri Anjeneayar Temple and Admiral Cove Marina. Port Dickson Army Museum is 1.5 mi ...
Renowned as one of Malaysia’s best west coast tourist destinations, Port Dickson is the perfect place for tourists to simply ‘chill by the beach’. Recent developments have seen a new revival within the town. The golden beachfront, which stretches some 18kms along the coast, is Port Dickson’s most outstanding feature, alongside its colonial backdrop and laid-back feeling. Being only 60kms from Kuala Lumpur, this beach getaway is the perfect weekend retreat.
Both natural and man-made sites provide tourists with sightseeing entertainment while holidaying in Port Dickson.
With a long stretching coastline, Port Dickson’s beaches are the primary attraction for tourists. Many of the beaches are lined by the town’s most impressive resorts. Plenty of water sports are available, including water-skiing, windsurfing, and sailing. Fishing is a popular past time too. In is not uncommon to see anglers casting into the ocean directly from the shoreline.
There are two forts located just a short distance from the heart of Port Dickson. Fort Lukut stands about 10kms from the town, and has been here since the mid-1800s. Fort Kempas is slightly further away, but still an intriguing landmark to visit. Here, tourists will find a 15th century tomb which enshrines the highly noted Ulama Sheikh Ahmad Makhtum.
There are numerous other built structures that shouldn’t be overlooked. The Cape Rachada Lighthouse is a 16th century Portuguese lighthouse that is still operational. It provides some of the best scenic viewpoints of the Malacca Strait. Families will also enjoy the Port Dickson Mini Zoo, and the Ostrich Farm offers a unique experience for tourists.
Restaurants and Bars
Port Dickson is home to a range of restaurants, although the local delicacies here are certainly worth trying first. The cuisine of Port Dickson tends to be hot and spicy, including dishes like rendang beef and cili padi. The Saturday night markets are home to a wide range of local and international cuisine at extremely affordable prices. The PD Eating Point is another popular spot to dine, especially if tourists are looking to eat Chinese or Western specialties.
Aside from a few supermarkets, Port Dickson doesn’t offer much in the way of brand-name shopping. Nevertheless, tourists will still enjoy the shopping experience of the night market, which is held every Saturday night in the town centre. Everything from clothes to fish to shoes can be bargained for here.