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How far is the Chalet from Kuala Lumpur?

Port Dickson is a popular beach destination in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia. About 60 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur, Port Dickson, or PD to locals, is about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur along the North-South Highway and about 32 km from Seremban.


By Road

Port Dickson is well-linked to the rest of Peninsular Malaysia by roads.

The Seremban-Port Dickson Highway (E29) links Port Dickson with Seremban and directly onto the North-South Expressway (E2) which spans the length of Peninsular Malaysia. For Port Dickson town, you should exit at the Lukut interchange (Exit 316) while those heading to the beach resorts south of town can continue either to Si Rusa or the end of the highway near the hospital at Teluk Kemang. To access the Seremban-Port Dickson Highway from the North-South Expressway, exit at the Port Dickson interchange (Exit 219) between Seremban and Senawang interchanges.

Port Dickson is on Federal Route 5 or the Coastal Trunk Road, linking it to Malacca to the south, and Klang to the north.

Port Dickson is 32 km from Seremban, 60 km from Kuala Lumpur, 60 km from Malacca and 320 km from Singapore.


By Bus

Frequent buses – both direct express which use the highway and local which use the old toll-free road – link Port Dickson with Seremban. Travel time is about one hour and cost RM4. On weekdays there only seems to be one company offering buses between Seremban and Port Dickson, one per hour. If coming from other parts of Malaysia, the easiest way by bus will be to travel via Seremban.

Local buses also link Port Dickson with Sungai Pelek in Sepang district in Selangor, where there are connections to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. To the south, local buses go to Pengkalan Kempas and Tanjung Agas (these buses actually go right up to Kuala Linggi in Malacca) where there are connections to Malaccacity.

If coming from Malacca via Seremban by bus, allow about 4-5 hours to get to Port Dickson. It’s not worth it.

Do we need a car in Port Dickson?

Get Around

Taxi rank is right next to the bus station. Happily, it seems to be the only main town in Malaysia where taxis get commission for taking you to certain hotels. The taxis don’t have meters and they charge per head. Short distances are RM 2, all the way from Batu 10 to the Bus Terminal is RM 3. But if you start at the Bus Terminal, they may charge for 4 Peoples regardless how many you are. You shouldn’t pay more than RM 15 to get as far as Blue Lagoon/lighthouse which is a bit down at Batu 10. There is also a local bus that toodles along the coast. The fare is RM 1 to RM 2. From the Bas Terminal to Batu 10 (closest to the Blue Lagoon) it is RM 2.

What are the attractions in Port Dickson?

Beaches are Port Dickson’s top tourist attractions, but there also places to go for sightseeing and recreation in the area. Most tourists recommend 4th mile. Almost white sandy beaches. They’re about 500m wide. The other wanted wear is behind of Bayu Beach Hotel & Royal Port Dickson Yatch Club (R.P.D.Y.C). The other must try beach is at Tanjung Tuan Hotel walking distance from R.P.D.Y.C. Indulge yourself with the sunset and later on for dinner, local food by the beach. Along the coastal road, visitors can see; Wan Loong Chinese Temple, an opulent temple; Army Museum, a showcase of military equipment and history; and Ostrich Farm; where big birds are gathered. For nature lovers and bird watches, Cape Rachado is a spectacular forest reserve nestled on top a headland, with impressive views of the sea and rich sightings of wildlife. Further out of town, visitors can explore the fishing villages of Teluk Pelanduk and Pasir Panjang south, or Kota Lukut Fort and Museum north of town.


PD Ostrich Show Farm

The farm has over 90 ostriches of all ages… Besides these, there are also the private collections of peacocks, pheasant, exotic ornamental chickens and estuarine crocodiles… Visitors can learn about the specilist equipment and techniques used in the ostrich industry… Besides this, there are activities for the whole family ~ including ostrich rides, ostrich egg stepping, animal petting and traditional kampong games like coconut bowling and aborigines blowpipe…

The farm is opened daily (including Sundays and Public Holidays) from 9.00am to 5.30pm… Entrance fee is RM8.00 (adults) and RM4.00 (child)…

Address: Lot 1419 Jalan Kemang 13, Jalan Pantai, P Dickson

Directions: The farm is just off the main Jalan Pantai from PD to Melaka, about 14.5km from Port Dickson town…

Phone: +606-662-7496


PD Mini Zoo

The mini zoo is run by the Tiara Beach Resort… It has a limited collection of ostriches, pheasants, camels, crocodiles, donkeys, horses and snakes – to name a few… Visitors can take rides on donkey carts and donkeys as well… There are also special snake performances on Sundays and Public Holidays…

The zoo also sells kampung eggs, horses, cows, goats, etc…

The mini zoo is opened daily (including Sundays and Public Holidays) from 9.00am to 7.30pm… Entrance fee is RM6.00 for adults and RM3.00 children…

Address: Lot 1949 Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson

Directions: The zoo is located off the main Jalan Pantai, about 15km from Port Dickson town on the PD-Melaka coastal road…

Phone: +606-662-6113


Teluk Kemang Beach

Teluk Kemang beach is the most popular beach for weekend visitors to Port Dickson among the other beaches along the 18km strech of Port Dickson’s coastline. It is not suprising then as Teluk Kemang is quite touristy and has better facilities as compared to the other beaches. Apart from the usual eateries and changing / shower roam commonly found in most beaches, Port Dickson’s town square with a Tourist Information Centre and open air stage are also located here. For accomodations, there are plenty of hotels and chalets in Teluk Kemang vicinity – some of them are just walking distance to the beach.

Here water sports and beach activities are abound here. You can enjoy beach volleyball, canoeing, speed boat rides, banana funboat rides & beach buggy ride. The beach is not that clean and rather crowded with families picknicking and school-children playing water and sand.

Beach-goers beware: There’s no free seating on the beach chair here, you have to rent it. One set of four beach chairs and an umbrella costs you RM15.

What are the activities can you do in Port Dickson?

There are many beaches on the coast along Port Dickson. Leisure activities which are available such as water-skiing, canoeing, snorkeling and wind surfing. Please ask at your hotel reception for arrangements to utilise these facilities. If you enjoy sailing, arrange to have temporary membership at the Yacht Club. One of the best things you can do here in Port Dickson is fishing. But due to pollution and development, the fish stocks in Port Dickson has severely depleted. FIshing is now best done of in a boat or in the kelong. Beach fishing is not recommended unless your are looking for Ikan Sembilang (Catfish).

The Blue Lagoon lies about 15 km from Port Dickson town which provides a breathtaking view of the surrounding greenery and the blue open sea and having fun in the sun. The lagoon is an excellent spot for swimming, boating, wind surfing and water skiing. Accommodation is easily available as many hotels and resorts are located here.


For those who are into gastronomic activities, one can get a taste of the hot and spicy local cuisine. There’s fish cooked in thick gravy of coconut milk and the killer cili padi which is guaranteed to make your mouth and eyes smart. One can also try the rendang (beef cooked with coconut milk and a rich assortment of spices). This is normally eaten with ‘Lemang’, glutinous rice cooked in bamboo.

A few famous restaurants are ‘Seaview’ and ‘Curry house’ along Jalan Pantai, ‘Mak Mah’ located next to the Shell gate entrance and ‘Restaurant SN Mohhamad’ in Port Dickson town area next to the post office. Every first Saturday of the month, there is a night market in Port Dickson Town, which is full of varieties of food and fruits. Besides that,’Country home’ also a very famous restaurant in Lukut which famous with its delious foods. The Famous PD Eating Point is popular with chinese and western delicacies. In Port Dickson also you all cannot miss to try Nasi Lemak stall known as ‘Wak Rahman’ consider as one of the most famous nasi lemak stall there.If you go to town side there is a bunch or restaurants choices waiting such as Restoran Abu Bakar, SN Mohammad and a lot out there. Marketplace is another interesting food festival in Port Dickson at which you are exposed to variety of foods ranging from Chinese, Indian, Malay and international cuisine. Among the famous and well known is home made Putu Mayam sold by Abdul Rahman bin K. Ismail, the founder and owner of Bismi Putu Mayam. Don’t miss to try out the delicious homemade Putu Mayam by Bismi Putu Mayam. These Putu Mayam are also available for orders for many functions and gathering.