5 Vacation Spots in Port Dickson, Malaysia


The coronavirus pandemic changed all of our worlds, making my travel plan the overseas that have to behold on. We are living with covid-19 until now since we get fully vaccinated already. Now, our government is trying to return to "normal" and lift travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people only. My family and I decided to spend our trip the weekend to reduce our stress and worries since Selangor moved to Phase 4 already.  We decided to visit Port Dickson as the best attraction which is staying closer to our home and making our 'experience' travel again, we make sure to be safe when we keep maintaining the physical distancing...  


 The beaches "are much safer" than other settings because they are outdoors. For now, I am getting my favourite sunset shots around the Port Dickson! So, my top pick's list here;


1. Avillion Port Dickson


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Just 95.6 kilometer away from Kuala Lumpur, about an hour to reach there only, then you will be attracted by the beauty of Avillion Port Dickson


Avilion Port Dickson is a popular of luxury resort in Port Dickson still manages to impress the travelers because there are more things to do at Avillion Port Dickson, like Avilion Pet Farm, Fishing and Crabbing, gymnasium, village pool, aVi Spa, Aviary, Beach Volleyball, Bird Watching, Cochin Pool, Kids' Pool, Lookout Point, Nature's Walk, Orchid Hut, Water Sports activities, and etc...Everything you require for a more relaxing weekend!



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When you stay in a Water Chalet or Water Villa, all you have to do is relax and enjoy the sea wind. Or are you ready to see a stunning sunset while sipping cocktails at aVi Louage? Yes!


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2. PD London Bus Retro Village


I first heard about PD London Bus Retro Village, where they are refurbishing double decker buses into lively glamping locations that accommodate up to five people! Cool! The oldest of double-decker buses has been totally renovated into a unique, elegant lodging space, replete with eye-catching beaches. Perfect for lovers of all things vintage, or just those who wish a romantic holiday with a difference. It's a good spot for Instagrammers!




3.  PD Waterfront

The PD Waterfront is blossoming into a local tourism destination. When you can see the shore, you can walk along the street beside businesses such as McDonald's, Starbucks, and Seafood restaurants.


4. Pantai Bagan Pinang, Port Dickson

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Bagan Pinang Port Dickson is known for having one of the cleanest beaches in the world, with fine white sand and quiet, clear water with no rocks concealed beneath the surface. The beach is also bordered by many trees, which provide beachgoers with shade as they relax and enjoy the sea breeze with their loved ones.


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At the main beach, there are a few hawker stalls that operate. If you enjoy this peaceful beach, seek for a chalet or homestay accommodation nearby.

5. Pasir Panjang, Port Dickson


Pasir Panjang is well-known for its fishing activity, having a jetty for fishermen leading out into the filthy seas. The Recreational Forest, a small park with abundant facilities such as training camps, gazebos, and floating decks along the ocean, is the major draw here.


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Pasir Panjang is well-known for its fishing activity, having a jetty for fishermen leading out into the filthy seas. The Recreational Forest, a small park with abundant facilities such as training camps, gazebos, and floating decks along the ocean, is the major draw here.


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The view of the water from the long jetty was stunning. In the evening, you'll witness residents with fishing rods and nets!


Perfect happiness is a beautiful sunset! 

I believe that a sunset can boost well-being, increase generosity and enhance life satisfaction! it is a great vacation  So, next time you plan to visit Port Dickson, as it is locally called, I would highly recommend you explore what the many resorts or hotels have to offer!


You can follow your curiosity while trying to remain at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur during the COVID-19 pandemic, as you can expect the importance of family safety. Many leisure activities, such as hi-tea afternoons, swimming activities, spa, fitness & wellbeing, viewing movies, rooftop view, and many others, are available at the hotels.


I also hope that travel and tourism will grow, which everyone can explore a world of face masks, physical distancing, and carry the passport with the vaccination.



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