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Upside Down Art Gallery is a latest attraction in Port Dickson. The fun art gallery that opens in May 2015 features everything upside down here which you can come and take thousands of pictures. The unique Upside Down Art Gallery is located in PD at Batu 9 along Jalan Pantai Port Dickson, near the Ostrich Farm. Everything inside this gallery from furniture to household appliances hover above your head, including the fridge, toilet and dinner table. Once you walk in the gallery, the ceiling is actually the floor and when you walk around the place, you will notice everything hanging over you. The trick here is to take photograph normally and then just make it upside down to have that weird effect. The gallery is guaranteed to provide you an awesome time, with a smile and a lot of laughter. One of the highlights is the bathroom where you can have your photo taken with your head sticking out of the toilet bowl.
Batu 9 which is located in 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 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 Upside Down Art Gallery.
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.
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.
Another interesting place for sightseeing when visitors are in Kampung Si Rusa 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.
Port Dickson Golf & Country Club is a budget hotel and golf course at 5th mile of Port Dickson, located off the main road in tranquil surroundings. Providing family accommodation in studio and two bedroom apartment units, the hotel has a wide range of facilities that include a large swimming pool, gymnasium, tennis courts, restaurants and karaoke lounge. For conferences and events, the clubhouse has a ballroom for 350 pax, while several meeting rooms and function halls provide capacity for 15 to 100 pax. Avid golfers will enjoy the 18-hole public golf course beautifully landscaped with trees, along with a driving range.
Bayu Beach Resort is ideally located in the scenic sea view town of Port Dickson, fronting the sea. Only 1 1/2 hours' drive away from busy Kuala Lumpur, it is easily accessible from the North-South Highway and the new Sepang International Airport. Traditional charm meets contemporary elegance at Bayu Beach Resort. Where the comfort and splendour of a three-star hotel are combined with the personalised charm that's so Malaysian in every way.