Fun 'n Sun
Port Dickson has an almost unbroken coastline stretching up to 18km. Its sunny beaches, lined by the tall coconut trees and shady casuarinas, are washed by the gentle waves of the Straits of Malacca. Teluk Kemang is one of the longest stretches in Port Dickson. Enjoy a splash in the warm waters, or delight in activities such as canoeing, parasailing, yatching or speed boat rides.
This Charming coastal town has a variety of attractions, from nature-based temptations to historical monuments. Cape Rachado or Tanjung Tuan Lighthouse is built in the 16th century, this lighthouse was used to guide vessels sailing to Malacca, then thriving port-of-call in the region. Cape Rachado is the stopover for various species of migratory birds.
Admiral Marina and Leisure Club ( AMLC) offers a safe mooring and extensive recreational facilities for those who appreciate the boating lifestyle. While the clubhouse architecture is stately, the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.
The Royal Port Dickson Yacht Club was established in 1927 mainly for British expatriate yachters. The clubhouse has extensive facilities for members and is able to accomodate Optimist and Laser craft.
The Port Dickson Fest and the International Port Dickson Iron-man Triathlon are two exciting annual events held here.
(Full day tour) - Duration : Approx 8 hrs