Port Dickinson is primarily known for its stretch of beaches. You can try a number of water activities that are available on the coast such as water-skiing, canoeing, snorkelling and wind surfing. Blue Lagoon beach is one of the most prominent beaches to visit. There are also a number of things to do in port dicksonwith many cultural port dickson attractions such as Wan Loong Chinese Temple and Pengkalan Kempas where you can go and delve into art, history and architecture.
If you are thinking about what to do in Port Dickson then PD Waterfront is also another area where you can watch beautiful scenery and vast sea spread and enjoy some fun time in the evening hours.
There is also a beautiful fort, Kota Lukut, which is perched on a small hill and looks inviting enough for you to visit. You can also visit Army museum for an insight into the history of army dating back to the 16th century till the present time. If you a lover of animals, pay a visit to the beautifulostrich farm of Port Dickson where you can see farm animals such as turkeys, ducks, goats and silky fowls.
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What to Do in and around Port Dickson
Enjoy 8 best Port Dickson attractions and points of interest to choose from!
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Kem Si Rusa, Excursion Heroes, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
The idea of establishing an Army museum was initiated in 1989. However, with the economic downfall and with the demand of Independence Memorial in Kuala Lumpur, the idea took a back seat. Later on, in 1999, the army began to take this idea seriously and realized that the establishment of a museum is necessary to preserve the struggling history of the Army base. Located near an Army base in Port Dickson, the Committee of the Association of the Army Museum was finally founded in 2000. It took nearly four years to complete the construction. Today, the museum houses two old army buildings, 9 galleries and a number of outdoor exhibitions. Visit the galleries where you get to see the history of the army dating back to the 16th century till the present time. Another remarkable gallery of the museum focuses on Japanese invasion, occupation and showcase interesting items belonging to that particular period.
In the outside region, you get to see steam locomotives, many military aircrafts, helicopters, armoured vehicles and numerous filled guns and artillery pieces.
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Lot 1419, Jalan Kemang 13 | Batu 9, Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson 73000, Malaysia
09:30 am - 05:30 pm
If you are an animal lover, pay a visit to this beautiful ostrich farm of Port Dickson. This farm initially started off as a starfruit orchard. With times, it evolved into a large farm because of the increase in number of the visitors and tourists. Today, this farm has turned into one of the top tourist attractions of Port Dickson. Moreover, the farm has expanded its area and now shelters many farm animals along with ostriches and they are turkeys, ducks, goats and silky fowls. Besides, the farm has also become a house for pet animals like pedigree cats and rabbits. The best part of this farm is some of the available pets and farm animals are also put on sale. Hence, if you or your kids fall in love with any pet animals, you can buy one of them as well.
The farm has also started few activities like taking pictures with donkeys and corn snakes or enjoying a pony ride, just to keep the visitors entertained. For refreshment, on-site café serving a variety of healthy food items is there to fill up your appetite.
On a whole, this farm is a nice place to spend a few hours of your weekend.
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Port Dickson Coastal Road, Port Dickson,Malaysia
12:01 am - 12:00 am
Walking along the coastal road of the Port Dickson, it is hard to miss the presence of this remarkable Chinese temple. With ornamented architectural work and lavish fortress wall, the temple stands out among the concrete jungle. The meaning of the Wan Loong Chinese temple is ‘Dragon of the Clouds’. It pays homage to the goddess of mercy, Kuan Yi and the Monkey King. Just opposite to this beautiful temple complex, a lavish seafood restaurant is located that looks exactly like that of the temple. The presence of this restaurant also makes the presence of the temple prominent.
After visiting the temple, you can check into the restaurant and try some of their delicious seafood cuisine.
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71050, Malacca, Malaysia
12:01 am - 12:00 am
Located near the outskirts of Port Dickson, Cape Rachado lighthouse is said to be the oldest one in the country and it dates back to the Portuguese rule of Malacca. There is a flight of stairs that will take you to the top of the lighthouse. Seeing the stairs don’t make up your mind of not climbing it. Otherwise, you are going to miss one of the best bird watching spots of Port Dickson. Its suitable location and scenic surroundings, the lighthouse has become a favorite spot for many locals and tourists to enjoy the gorgeous view of the sea. Moreover, the spot is famous to watch the twilight as well. Make sure you are camera ready to capture the magical aura of nature.
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Lot 730, Jalan Besar, 71010 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
12:01 am - 12:00 am
Perched on the top of a small hill, is this beautiful fort. It was built as a fort in 1847 by Bugis warrior Raja Jumaat. This fort used to be his personal residence from which he used to keep a watch over the trade in that area. However, at present the fort stands in its ruined state. Today, the entire area has been transformed into a recreational park, with gazebos and watch towers spread across the small field. At the foothill, a museum has been founded where you get to see historical artifacts belonging to the Lukut era.
Pay a visit to this museum to know more about the history of this region.
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Tanjung Biru, Port Dickson 71050, Malaysia
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.
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Persiaran Waterfront, Taman Pd Mewah, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
09:00 am - 06:00 pm
If you don’t fall into the category of those travelers who visit only historical sites, PD Waterfront can be considered in your itinerary list. An esplanade with beautiful scenery and vast sea spread in the front has become a hotspot for families to enjoy some fun time in the evening hours. It is one of the popular spots for the locals to fly kites. Besides, with full of dining, entertainment and shopping zone, the place let you experience vibrant lifestyle of Port Dickson. The recreational parks fronting the promenade walk are an added perk of the visitors.
Pay a visit to this esplanade to see the other face of the city.
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Pengkalan Kempas, 71150 Linggi, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
12:01 am - 12:00 am
It is a small town that runs along the bank of the River Linggi on the southern side of Negeri Smbilan. This town is famously known as a historical complex because some of the ancient relics are located in this region. The primary attraction of the complex is an ancient tomb that belongs to a Syeikh Ahmad Majnun. He was a Muslim theologian who was believed to have been killed during the battle against Sultan Mansor Shah. This tomb is said to be the one of the oldest tombs in Malaysia. Beside the tomb, there are giant megaliths which probably belong to the second or third century AD. These megaliths are also known as ‘Living Stones’. Legend says that the stones grow one or two inch taller in every year.