Alive 3D Art Gallery is an interactive art gallery is located in the centre of Dataran Segar Town of Lukut, which is nearby the infamous Port Dickson within ten minutes by merely driving. This almost surreal 3D gallery is quickly becoming a must-to-do attraction when in Port Dickson area. Featuring five distinctively themed zones to increase the variety such as Adventure Zone, Aquarium Zone, Animation Zone, Exotic Zone and Dark Art Zone, the museum boasts fifty interactive illustrations creatively painted by a group of talented artists from China. What makes this place much more outstanding is that these illustrations seem so real that visitors can expect to engage with it by touch, hug and interact with the exhibits on display.
Like any other three-dimensional exhibits in the country, photo taking is allowed for visitors to be able to immortalize these fun moments blending in with the exhibits forever. There is also a souvenir shop filled with toys, key chains, snacks and more with a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) counter nearby that allows visitors to print their photos on T-shirts, cups or pillowcases. The premise is open from Mondays to Fridays starting at 11 am to 11 pm. Adult tickets are charged at twenty-five ringgit for foreigners and twenty ringgit for Malaysian citizens, while tickets for kids are charged at twenty ringgit for foreigners and fifteen ringgit for Malaysian citizens.
People driving from Kuala Lumpur may drive through the North-South Expressway (PLUS) exiting at Port Dickson exit before continuing the journey towards Alive 3D Art Gallery. The journey could take up around one hour depending on the current traffic situation.
The nearest express bus terminal is located at Terminal One, Seremban. Take the trip directly to Seremban from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) terminal using express bus services such as Sanwa Tours, KPB Express and Kesatuan Express. From here, hop on a local route bus to Port Dickson before making a stop at Alive 3D Art Gallery.
Lukut Fort or formally known as the Lukut Fort and Museum is yet another historical site located in Port Dickson, which is just five minutes away from the landmark. Located on a hill named Bukit Gajah Mati or literally translated as Dead Elephant Hill, this fort was built by Raja Jumaat in 1847 and later controlled by his son Raja Bot for tin trading control. Nowadays as part of the preservation and conservation efforts, this fort has been converted into a historical recreation park standing on top of a museum.
Located at 42, Lorong TJ 1, Taman Tanjung, Port Dickson, this homestay is nicely furnished and adequately equipped to give a comfortable staying experience suited for families and groups of friends. Facilities include hairdryer, kitchenette, microwave, refrigerator, shower, television, express check-ins and check-outs, garden, barbecue spot, luggage storage, parking and 24-hour receptionist.
Win Win Boutique Hotel PD is one of the established hotels here, a two-star hotel that can be found at 10, Jalan PD - Seremban, Lukut Prima, Port Dickson. This establishment has a charming atmosphere with facilities such as desk, shower, bathtub, cable television, hairdryer, heater, WiFi, parking and 24-hour receptionist.
One of the premium resorts situated in Port Dickson with an elegant setup situated in Batu 2, Jalan Seremban, Port Dickson which is within close proximities to the town. It has a huge range of facilities and services for the guests such as cable television, hair-dryer, minibar, shower, desk, in-room safe, bellhop, concierge, fitness centre, laundry, luggage storage, tours, karaoke, beach volleyball, archery, cycling, fishing, game room, billiard, children and outdoor pool, spa, coffee shop, room service and many more.