Port Dickson is the closest beach resort to Kuala Lumpur. During the weekends, it accommodates visitors from nearby cities, making them mooring in the harbor like sailing ships. In the southern part of Port Dickson, there are 16 kilometers of sandy beaches and blue waters, attracting countless tourists from near and far. At the end of the beach, the cliffs of La Chau Duo are more than 100 meters above sea level. The stone crags below Cuihu Village burst into the sea and the coral reefs can be seen on the seabed. A short distance away from the village, visitors can climb up 63 steps to reach the top of a lighthouse built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. The lighthouse is equipped with a telescope for overlooking Luba Island of Sumatra. There is also a rock in the nearby cave which is said to be imprinted with the footprint of the Malay national hero, Handu. Every Friday, people come to the cave to offer sacrifices.
Hotels in Port Dickson, along with clubs and golf courses can be found along the beach. The most popular beach in Port Dickson is Blue Lagoon, which is known for its white sandy beaches and blue waters. If you’re interested in water sports, Taman Aman is not to be missed either. Apart from providing cheap accommodations, there is also a camping and a barbecue area where visitors can have cookouts after enjoying the water. Port Dickson Beach is 32 kilometers away from Seremban and faces the Strait of Malacca. It is one of Malaysia's most popular seaside resorts and home to 18 kilometers of golden beaches and many hotels and hostels. Due to its close proximity to cities like Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, it’s a convenient place for city dwellers to relax and have fun. In addition, the beach is also the best choice for various kinds of water sports, such as sailing, canoeing, surfing, water skiing, and beach volleyball, beach football, and so on. The most popular season in Port Dickson is August of each year, when the grand Port Dickson Carnival is held. During this annual festival, water sport performances, competitions, cultural performances are often held and attract many visitors. The entire beach area and the town are filled with restaurants and snack stalls. In terms of food, Port Dickson is best known for its seafood dishes cooked in Malay, Chinese, and Western styles. In addition to seafood, there are a variety of delicious snacks.