The one and only thing that I enjoyed doing here is to catch crabs!!!
We managed to get 3 crabs in a day and the restaurant even cook them for us for free!! I had sweet & sour crabs for lunch!
Isn't it the most best thing???
The crabs were quite big and we caught them in the comfort of our very own chalet balcony!!
The renting of the net is abt RM$10 per day plus another RM$5 for the bait (sliced squid).
This resort has a pet farm and the guests are allowed to come and feed the pets during their feeding times.
There are rabbits, pegions, chickens and turkey for you to feed them personally. Do visit them and you'll get to hold and carry them too!
There are other kinds of birds that are kept in cages and we are not allowed to feed them.
Entrance is FREE!
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.
The Masjid Teluk Kemang is located on top of a hill in Teluk Kemang and looks stunning from a far. It is the bigest and most beautifull mosque in PD it seems.
Architectural wise, its looks different from other mosques commonly found here in the country. Nevertheless, it still has the minaret and dome on its roof, both beautifully decorated with colored tiles.
As Pantai Cermin beach is not that suitable for swimming, there is a sun deck here to make up for what it is lack off.
So if you think of getting some tan, heads to Pantai Cermin and enjoy the tanning session in this secluded beach. Apart from the sun deck, there's a few BBQ pit scattered along the beach for those who want to have a BBQ party.
Going to the beach doesn't really mean that you have to get wet here in Pantai Cermin.
Pantai Cermin is located close to the Blue Lagoon but at the other side of the cape.
As compare to the Blue Lagoon, Pantai Cermin is not that beautiful, more so as it is located in a mangrove area. However, the quiet beach should be just nice for a relaxing picnic or barbeque with freinds and family.
Located at Teluk Kemang beach, PD Town Square is the main venue that play host to most of the beach resort's ceremonial activities, such as the annual Port Dickson Festival and new years eve countdown party.
At the square, there is a Tourist information Office, stage for performances, open air arena and children playground. Food and souvenier stalls are also located close to the square.
For children (and parents who want to keep their kids away from the beach), they can always enjoy either the horse, bicylce or miniature 4WD rides at the square.
Teluk Kemang beach is the most popular beach for weekend visitors to PD among the other beaches along the 18km strech of PD's coastline.
It is not suprising then as Teluk Kemang is quite touristy and has better facilities as compare to the other beaches. Apart from the usual eateries and changing/shower roam commonly found in most beaches, PD'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.
Located at the 11th mile of PD's coastal road, the Blue Lagoon is tucked away from the main road and far from the crowds.
This beach hideaway is naturally shapped like a cresscent, offering a breathtaking view of the surrounding greenery and the Straits of Melaka from here. During low tide, it is possible to stroll out on its fine sand for about 200 meters towards the receeding blue sea.
As it is a quiet and secluded spot, it is a favourite haunt for those seeking peace and calm, ideal for long walks and restful picnics. The lagoon is favored for swimming, boating, wind surfing and water skiing.
Close to its vicinity is the historical Tanjung Tuan lighthouse and the Royal Rest House of the Yang Di-Pertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan (the Ruler of Negeri Sembilan). During the migratory season, it is possible to watch flights of migratory sea birds wheeling along the shore here in Blue Lagoon.
Though not as popular as Teluk Kemang, Pantai Saujana beach do attract its own crowd particularly from guests of nearby hotels and resorts in its vicinity.
Located at the 3rd mile of the coastal road of PD, the beach is close to Hotel Seri Malaysia and Avillion Village Resort - currently PD's only resort built on stilt over the sea. Something interesting here is the replica of various giant size sea creatures (crab, prawn etc) that decorated stalls and kiosks along the beach.
There are plenty of water based activities to do in Teluk Kemang.
Apart from swimming at the sea, beach goers can enjoy the banana boat ride or canoeing. For more adventurous stuff, you can try the jet-ski rides, water- skiing and para sailing. If you want to venture further, you can hire speedboat to go to other nearby beaches and small islands along the coastline of PD.
Unfortunately the sea here is not really suitable for snorkelling.
There is nothing like having to eat something decadent (for me, its durians) on the beach. Love the feel of the sand beneath my toes and hearing the waters lapping up while savouring some of the best food and drink.
Try it !
There is about 12 miles long beaches along the roadside...1 mile, 4 miles, 8 miles, 9 miles, 10 miles, and 12 miles...there are public beaches and private beaches...Of course private is more quiet...At the 4 miles beach, it has night market every Saturday...8 miles, a lot of ppl...others will be private, yet a lot of ppl too...Activities: Jeskies, banana boat, boat tour, etc...
This fort, situated about 30 km from Seremban, is steep in history. Painstakingly built between 1826 and 1827 to be exact, its existence came into being during the heyday of the state's tin industry.
Located about a kilometer from the Seremban-Port Dickson trunk road, Fort Lukut was built by Raja Jumaat to provide a safe haven during more turbulent times in the state's history. The fort has now become another tourist attraction for Negeri Sembilan. Traveling to Fort Lukut will bring the visitor past many neatly-planted rows of rubber trees and oil palms, which are among the mainstays of the state's economy.
A nice and relaxing pool for u to laze around which is close to the restuarant and a serious lap pool for serious swimmers to swim.