Superb. Overall satisfying. Strategic location. Very near to the beach.
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Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson is ideally located overlooking the Straits of Malacca. A modern highway which serves almost right up to Port Dickson makes an hour's drive a breeze. This hotel is only 45 minutes’ drive to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). This small town which used to be famous for its charcoal produce later developed into a favourite tourist destination with its sprawling beaches. It is a great and fun place for family outings and weekends getaway. Seaside and beach activities abound and you may want to try the horse riding and go-cart by the beach while watching the sunset. The hotel also has multi-functional rooms ideal for conferences, meetings and other events. It is also a perfect place to stay for Seminars/Courses/Family Vacations. Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson provides the comfort you need when you are out on a vacation or business trip. This two-star hotel gives you the best hotel experience at an affordable price. Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson strategically located at Lot Pt 49, Jalan Pantai, Kampung Si Rusa. Kampung Si Rusa is one of the townships located in the district of Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Considering how close the hotel is to the beach area, you can expect a forgettable stay at this hotel. The hotel itself is packed with interesting facilities and services you can use to your advantage. There are two types of room available for all guests residing here, namely Standard Twin Room and Family Room. Each room is well equipped with basic in-room facilities plus extra features that are uniquely for specific rooms. Both leisure and business travellers will find the hotel facilities provided complete their needs and more.
How to get to Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson
Port Dickson is connected through Seremban by the North-South Highway, strategically linking various states and cities around Peninsular Malaysia, including Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, to this hotel which located at popular beach resort destination. Port Dickson is easily accessible from most major towns of Peninsular Malaysia. It takes just an hour and a half to two hours by car to travel from Kuala Lumpur to Port Dickson along the North-South Expressway or ELITE highway. For guests from Singapore who are interested to experience this amazing place, the duration is about 4 hours driving and there is an option to fly to KLIA and take a taxi or Grab/Uber to this town.
Different Types of Rooms in Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson
There are two types of room available for all guests residing at Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson and they are Standard Twin Room and Family Room. Each room is well-equipped with basic in-room facilities plus extra features that are uniquely for specific rooms. The basic in-room facilities provided in all rooms including working desk, hairdryer, in-room service, television, shower and minibar.
Standard Twin Room is a room suitable for two people. The room provides two single beds, thus, if you are travelling with a friend or on a business trip, this room is suitable for you. Other amenities in the room including attached bathroom, toiletries, towels, tea and coffee maker, free Wi-Fi, LCD/Plasma screen television with Astro. The price ranges for family room are from RM 140 to RM 170.
The Family Room is suitable for a maximum of 3 people. This air-conditioned room provides you with1 queen bed and 1 single bed. Other amenities in the room including attached bathroom, toiletries, towels, tea and coffee maker, free Wi-Fi, LCD/Plasma screen television with Astro. The price range for family room is from RM 170 to RM 190.
Restaurants and Cafes in Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson
Enjoy scrumptious local and Asian dishes such as Asam Pedas and Thai Green Curry and at the hotel restaurant. The main ingredients for asam pedas are usually seafood and fishes. They are cooked in tamarind juice with different spices to give off the sour and spicy taste of the dish. Various dishes such as brinjals and okras are added and it is best served with hot white rice. Different from the typical curry, Thai green curry is traditionally prepared by using green chillies, pounded in a mortar and mix with coconut milk. Green curry is usually served with rice as a part of dishes in a meal.
Facilities and Activities in Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson
For business travellers or training programs, feel at ease when you book at Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson as the hotel will provide you with a fully equipped conference or meeting hall for all your business ideas. The fully equipped conference hall offers facilities such as whiteboards and PA system, catering to all your business needs. The hotel’s humble facility can fit up to 25 pax at one time. Other public facilities you can also use are the sufficient parking area, accessible Wi-Fi in public area, elevator and family room. If you are looking for some fun activities you can enjoy with your family and friends. You can always try the hotel outdoor pool that not only provides the fun in it but also the magnificent view of the beach.
Interesting Places near Hotel Seri Malaysia Port Dickson
Wild West Cowboy Indoor Theme Park – this theme park is a popular tourist destination in Port Dickson. It is a mini theme park for the family includes awake, kid's amusement rides, 5-D motion adventure, 7-D interactive cinemas, skunk interactive talk show, arcade game centre, carnival games, Apart from the entertainment, there are also Burger King, cowboy cafe and souvenir corner in the park.
Army Museum – this museum is located in Si Rusa district, which is within close proximities to the military base in Port Dickson. In 2009, the current Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has declared Port Dickson as an Army Town due to its plentiful of army camps in its areas like Segenting Karah, Segenting, Si Rusa and Serigala. Owned by the Malaysian Royal Armed Forces, the Army Museum exhibits some of the forces’ exploits and achievements throughout its history of the establishment. It also houses some of the decommissioned military vehicles which have been used by the army in its glory days but nowadays have been given an artsy touch to grace the visitors coming to the museum. Entrance to this museum is free.
Tanjung Tuan Beach – this beach is where Port Dickson’s best-kept secrets are held – due to the status as a protected park, the beaches along the forested cape are pristine with white sand and crystal clear water. In addition to that, there is a jungle nearby which is a nature reserve of abundant species of flora and fauna. Visitors have to hike through the jungle and go down hilly slopes to reach these isolated beaches. Each of them has its own attractions and charm that will leave visitors mesmerized and feeling worthy of undergoing such a journey to reach the beaches.
Cape Rachado Lighthouse - Another interesting place for sightseeing when visitors are in Port Dickson is the Cape Rachado Lighthouse located at Tanjung Tuan. The lighthouse gets its name from the cape, which is derived from the Portuguese word meaning ‘Broken Cape’. The lighthouse was built as a control tower for the Straits of Malacca by the Portuguese colonial forces back in 1528. Today, the lighthouse stands still with modern modifications for the visitors to able to do bird-watching and enjoy the amazing view of the sea from the top.
Alive 3D Art Gallery - For art enthusiasts, this is a good place for inspiration and admiration of 3D arts. The well-drawn collection of 3D artworks in the gallery looks so realistic that you wouldn't believe your eyes. It makes a fun trip for kids too to interact with the art for a photography session.
Pantai Batu 4 - Also known as Pantai Saujana, Pantai Batu 4 is located along the 4th mile of Port Dickson. The main entrance of the beach lies opposite of the Saturday Night Market site. The sand on this beach is known for its powdery texture which is most suitable for camping, kite flying and people who are just seeking for a long stroll along the beach.