Among all the beaches of Port Dickson, Blue Lagoon beach stands apart. The natural shelter formed by the lush green vegetation around the beach, makes this place special for beach lovers who wish to enjoy tranquility. Moreover, the seawater is calm and shallow which makes it safe for kids to play around. During low tide, you can even walk far away from shoreline even without drowning as you encounter only knee-deep water level. As you walk you see small coral reefs under the water. That’s why, the shallow water of this beach is favorable for scuba divers. Else, you can also enjoy fishing on this beach. It is its seclusion that offers comfort and recreation for those on a Malaysian sojourn.There is something else that makes this beach even more interesting. Due to the proximity of the Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve nearby, you can easily spot some wildlife birds and animals such as migratory birds, squirrels and monkeys. If you wish to extend your stay here, you can take up some good resort for a night here.
Blue Lagoon Beach Travel Tips
- Can carry your own picnic basket.
- Apply sunscreen to avoid getting suntanne.
Entrance Ticket Details For Blue Lagoon Beach
- Free visit.
Blue Lagoon Beach Hours
- You can visit the beach any time of the day.
How to Reach Blue Lagoon Beach
- By Car
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93.07% of people who visit Port Dickson include Blue Lagoon Beach in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
43.13% of people start their Blue Lagoon Beach visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Blue Lagoon Beach
91.1% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Blue Lagoon Beach