The coastal city of Port Dickson (PD) is a well-liked vacation destination where many native Malaysians go to for a brief weekend . During colonial times the English colonials discovered this location as a very best getaway from the hot and humid weather of Malaysia. There are a lot of hotels and guesthouses for vacationers.
Kota Lukut is one of the attractions near to Port Dickson beach.Built in 1847 to quell the rising tension amongst immigrants over control of the lucrative tin trade in the area, Kota Lukut is an outstanding historical attraction situated on top of Bukit Gajah Mati. Visitors can get a bird’s eye view of the sleepy town of Lukut from the pinnacle of the fort, as well as explore its illustrious ruins.
Lighted Lighthouse is another popularly visited tourist attractions near to Port Dickson. This famous lighthouse in Tanjung Tuan which is facing the Straits of Malacca offers visitors a wonderful view of the ocean. Firstly constructed by the Portuguese as a means to guide their ships through unfamiliar waters after they conquered Malacca in 1511, the lighthouse’s searchlight still illuminates the shores of Tanjung Tuan till at the present time and the structure is now a popular vacationer enchantment.
Teluk Kemang beach
Teluk Kemang beach is one of the most popular Port Dickson beach to tourists and weekenders. Usually, this famous 1.8KM long beach is visited by about 20,000 to 30,000 tourists every week and even reached 50,000 to 80,000 during public or school holidays. This beach is equiped with basic facilities such as public bath-rooms,car-parks and toilets. There are also stalls that sell all kinds of foods and souvenirs. Visitors may choose from various options of water activities such as banaa-boat, jet-ski, canoe, as well as swimming!