Port Dickson, Malaysia · 28 hotels available
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Army 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 Senggala.
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.
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 museum.
Tanjung Tuan 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.
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.
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 small town which used to be famous for its charcoal produce later developed into a favourite tourist destination with its sprawling beaches.
The Guest Hotel & Spa is a modern and inspiring 3-Star hotel. Only 6.0 Km from the city centre, the hotel's strategic location ensures that guests can quickly and easily reach many local points of interest. It is located along the coastal stretch of Port Dickson situated in Bandar Dataran Segar, an entertainment city.
Lexis Port Dickson is a charming resort designed with a tropical Balinese touch that combines elegance and comfort. Nestled in a cosy environment, all guest rooms come with balcony and are accented with Balinese-inspired tumble stone and tropical hardwood flooring, elevated bedrooms as well as open concept bathroom with transparent glass panel for underneath seawater view.
Glory Beach Resort is located in Port Dickson, Malaysia. This resort is less than 10 minutes away from Port Dickson Town. All the apartments are built with a living and dining room equipped with all the facilities for a pleasant stay.