Selesa Beach Resort

5th Mile, Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, 71050, Malaysia

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    Clean Beach and Large Pool

    by

    This is my second time staying here. I like the beach cause its really clean and not crowded. The rooms are walking distance to the beach. The pool is also large and clean. My wife and son spent most of the time in the pool. Boy are they tan now. The rooms are also clean but there is only one food outlet.

    Unique Quality: Clean beach is just walking distance from your room.

    Directions: Just 5 minutes drive from the Port Dickson Rounabout

  • Never and Never

    by

    I stayed the room of Studio Suite at Selasa Beach Resort Hotel, No maintenance at all, but price was so expensive (250 SGD). No value to stay this hotel. Further, No service at all...Don't waste your money...

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Port Dickson - Popular Seaside Resort

by SLLiew

Port Dickson is very popular seaside resort for local tourist and families for a weekend at the beach from Kuala Lumpur and neighboring areas.

The beach is not the cleanest in the world but nobody seems to care. There are many seaside stalls selling food, drinks, inflatables for swimming. Can be fun for beach activities like kicking the ball, throwing frisbees or building sand castles.

I found the journey from Muar to Port Dickson quite torturing to drive and so better to get here from Seremban.

Can be a day trip but better to stay overnight, swim in the resort pool and eat at an expensive seafood restaurant.

PORT DICKSON

by longsanborn

"Synonymous with sun and fun on the beach"

Port Dickson is situated a 32km from Seremban and 60km from Kuala Lumpur. It has long been a weekend retreat for many Malaysians especially those from the city seeking temporary escape from the hustle and bustle of a hectic and stressful week.

Port Dickson never develop into a full-fledged port, but its popular beaches attract thousands of weekend visitors from the cities. Port Dickson's main attraction is its 18km stretch of white sandy beaches that extend from Tanjung Gemuk in the north to Tanjung Tuan in the south. These are carefully protected by rows upon rows of casuarina palms, coconut trees, and elegant Bayan trees.

Port Dickson usually comes alive in August each year during the "Pesta Port Dickson" (Port Dickson Festival). This annual event draws in crowds from all over the country. This would be one great time to visit Port Dickson beaches as there would be several activities and cultural events relating to the life of the locals.

Accommodation should pose no problem for the visitor as this resort town has a place to stay for all. Accommodation can be found in the form of government chalets, hotels, and bungalows or even privately owned apartments that are rented out at reasonable rates. Food stalls can also be easily found along the beaches, as well as the town center. Being a seaside resort, Port Dickson's specialty would naturally be seafood.

With frequent buses, commuter trains, and taxis plying between Kuala Lumpur and the resort, Port Dickson's appeal lies in its easy accessibility and the attractions of a beach getaway.

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Forum Posts

PALM SPRINGS RESORT, PORT DICKSON

by Karaoke-Ben

Hi,
My family will be staying at the PALM SPRINGS RESORT next week.
Please advise:
1) How is this resort? Any beaches?
2) Any cheap & good eateries around this resort?
3) What bus No. to take from Seremban Bus Stn to Palm Springs REsort & where to alight?

Thank you very much & regards!

Your Singapore Friend, BEN

RE: PALM SPRINGS RESORT, PORT DICKSON

by chiabh

hi ben...

the palm springs resort is about 20km from pd town... there is no direct bus to the resort... you will have to take a bus from seremban to pd town... and then maybe take a taxi from pd bus terminal to the resort... it is a time-share resort and there is no beach, but they do have a swimming pool designed as a beach - but poorly designed and maintained... there are no eateries within walking distance of the resort... however, you can patronise the f&b outlets at the tiara beach resort, just on the opposite side of the road...

if you drive, then maybe you can go about 5km down the road to a small town called pasir panjang where there are some eating stalls, but nothing great about the food outlets there, just noodle soup and curry mee...

regards.chia

RE: RE: PALM SPRINGS RESORT, PORT DICKSON

by Karaoke-Ben

Hi Mr Chia,

Thank you very much.
CHEERS!

BEN

Hotel in PD

by R_i_t_a

Hi everyone,
I'm an italian girl and I'll be in PD for work on the last week of october. Can you suggest me a nice hotel close to the city center?
Thank you!
Rita

Re: Hotel in PD

by chiabh

hi rita...

the choice of hotel will depend on where you will be working as public transport is not very good in this town... so it will better to stay nearer your place of work...

~chia

Re: Hotel in PD

by boocik04

usually when people go to pd they prefer to stay by the beach. if that is so, i recommend selesa beach resort (next to the regency apartments). the beach is a bit private than other hotels, clean and the view is great.

Re: Hotel in PD

by dhanik

wats ur budget!!!!! anyway u can get a cheapest one in PD resort..RM59 per pax

Travel Tips for Port Dickson

Wan Loong Temple

by mansionion

The Wan Loong Temple is located along PD's coastal road.

Literally means "Dragon in the Sky", the temple is no doubt the bigest and most beautiful temple in PD. Looking stunning from the top of a hill, the "Great Wall" like retaining wall circling the temple and its location give it an impression of a secluded private premise that is not open to the outside world.

Port Dickson

by MASRYNA

"Our 2nd Home"

Port Dickson located in Negeri Sembilan state..journey from Kuala Lumpur takes about 45-1 hour depend on the traffic. Much near from Sepang airport. Port Dickson is our favourite place to go for spending weekend or holidays since its near from our place. This small town are famous for their beaches, weekend night market and also Teluk Kemang which always pack with local spending their time with family picnic on weekend.
Port Dickson offers a list of hotel, resort and apartment for you to choose depending on your budget Also lots of places to visit like Lukut Museum, Tanjung Tuan @ Cape Rachado-light house and also Museum Tentera Darat @ army museum.

PD.

by mansionion

Commonly refered to as PD, Port Dickson is the most touristy attraction in Negeri Sembilan and has long been the the favourite weekend beach retreat for city dwellers from the surrounding area. This is not surprising then as PD is blessed with a strecth of 18km of white sandy beaches that extend from Tanjung Gemuk in the north to Tanjung Tuan in the south.

PD was formerly known as Tanjung (Cape) and Arang (Charcoal) in reference to its location and a village where charcoal was made. It was later earmarked to be developed as a colonial beach resort and a port by Sir Frederick Dickson, a leading official in the Straits Settlement during the 1880s. Hence, the name Port Dickson was in honour of him.

The reason for the establishment of a port here was to reduce transportation costs for trainsporting of tin ore from the interior tin mines at Sungei Ujong. By setting up a port in PD, the cost of transportation could be reduced instead of using the old, winding land route all the way to Port Swenhentam (now known as Port Klang). However, PD was not succesfully developed into a full-fledged port but remain as a colonial beach resort as it was intended to be.

Today, PD is the most popular weekend beach retreat in Malaysia. Its location of a mere 32km from Seremban and 60km from Kuala Lumpur make it easily accesible from the city and an ideal temporary escape from the hustle and bustle of a city life.

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Address: 5th Mile, Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, 71050, Malaysia