3 Things To Do In Port Dickson That You Probably Don’t Know

Things to do in Port Dickson
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It is about time we come to terms with this. Port Dickson is no more than a tourist attraction that it once was. It has become so commercialized and populated, defeating the purpose of an actual relaxing holiday getaway.

However, to be fair, there are few interesting things to do in Port Dickson that you might have missed all this while.

Since the school holiday is here, check out these places with your family or friends and who knows you will enjoy it!

Things To Do in Port Dickson #1 ALIVE 3D ART GALLERY

3D Mussuem

As the name says, it is a 3D art gallery of your favourite cartoon characters, sceneries and mind boggling pictures, where you can snap a few interesting pictures, worthy of filling those empty pages in your personal photo album.

There are also 3D art within five themes consisting of Adventure, Aquarium, Animation, Exotic and Dark Art.

Admission fee is quite reasonable, as it is a one of a kind experience. Entrance fee for adults are priced at RM25 and senior citizens, OKU and children are priced at RM20. Malaysians however get a RM5 discount in entrance fee for their ticket.

No.38-40, Jalan DS2/1, Bandar Dataran Segar, Lukut, 71010 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Phone No:
+606-651 5400

Operating Hours:
Monday – Friday: 11AM – 11PM, Weekends & Holidays: 10AM – 11PM

Things To Do in Port Dickson #2 Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing

If you were a frequent visitor to Port Dickson you would know that the beach isn’t as quite what is used to be. The beach is no longer sandy and soft on the sole of your feet. Today, it feels like stepping on rocks and sharp pebbles.

Fishing by shores of the beach is not recommended, as it may harm those who are soaking in the sun, playing in the water or by the sand. Alternatively, avid anglers can hire a fishing guide for a day to take them out to sea for a deep sea fishing experience.

Fishology is one avenue that anglers could contact to test their wits at the deep sea, where the fishes are rougher and tougher. They operate in various parts of Malaysia, providing charters and guide services for a memorable angling experience.


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Things To Do in Port Dickson #3 Shopping

Souvenir Sanctuary

One plus point about Port Dickson that most people fail to highlight is the shopping experience. It is not known for its iconic shopping malls, but the items sold here are worth and reasonably priced, useful not only at the beach.

Souvenir Sanctuary

On Saturday, by nightfall, the colours at this venue light up the Port Dickson’s night sky. Souvenir Sanctuary is situated in the town centre of Port Dickson, selling items ranging from fresh fish to t-shirt and shoes at inexpensive prices. It is truly a haven for bargain hunters as you are able to get the most value for the buck that you spend. Mouth-watering satays with peanut sauce and many other hawkers’ stalls are situated nearby to satisfy your cravings for some mouth-watering delicacies.

4th mile Jalan Pantai

Operating Hours:
5:30 PM – 9:00PM

Teluk Kemang

Teluk Kemang Beach
If you want it, Teluk Kemang sells it, and by it I mean, items ranging from beach-inspired T-shirts, traditional handbags, sandals, hats, beach balls, boards and more. There is also a huge selection of kites, toys and fabrics to choose from, making your trip to the beach just that little bit more enjoyable.

Location: Teluk Kemang Beach

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