- 2D1N stay for 2 for RM135 (up to RM324.80 value)
Hotel at a glance
Retreating city-folk desperate for the scent of salty airs speed along the North-South Expressway, making a beeline towards Port Dickson. The iconic curved roofs of the Minangkabau architecture greet guests pulling into the driveway. After changing into beach attires, cross the brown picket fence that separates the Hotel from the beach to reach the warm waters of the Straits of Malacca.
- Dive into the swimming pool and watch from afar as sea waves lap onto the sandy beach.
- Practice your serve and be sure your racquet is ready for a game of tennis on the Hotel courts.
- Shed the plebeian status and be waited on with a butler service provided by the Hotel.
Superior Country Room
- 24 sqm room
- Twin bedding
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults per room
- Outdoor pool
- Tennis court
- Free Wi-Fi in public areas
- Free parking
- 24-hour front desk
- Currency exchange
- VIP rooms
- Banquet halls
- Safety deposit boxes
- Butler service
- Room service
- Wake-up call service
- Laundry service
Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan: What to see and do
Port Dickson is a popular beach destination in the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, especially among urban dwellers in neighbouring cities like Seremban and Kuala Lumpur. The main attraction here is the beach; golden sand stretches along a 16-kilometre strip that borders the sun-warmed waters of the Straits of Malacca. There are a lot of facilities for visitors at Teluk Kemang like gazebos, restaurants, souvenir stalls, and parking, as well as watersports like jet-skiing, banana boat rides, and kayaking; while the beaches of Pantai Purnama, Bagan Pinang, and Blue Lagoon are quieter and great for sightseeing and evening strolls.
Away from the seaside, there are a number of small town sights and attractions to explore. The Army Museum can be found next to a military base off the main road and is dedicated to the soldiers that defended the country in times of turmoil. No entry fee is required to tour the premises; you can see decommissioned military vehicles like planes, tanks, and artillery guns on display, and trace the history of the army back to the Malacca sultanate era.
Stop by the PD Ostrich Farm along the coastal road for a close-up look of the world’s largest bird, which also has a petting zoo filled with farm animals. You can experience riding on an ostrich, feeding them with corn, or sampling gourmet dishes made with their meat and eggs. Also along the coastal road is Wan Loong Temple, a Taoist temple that pays tribute to Chinese deities like the Goddess of Mercy and the Monkey King, surrounded by a landscaped garden with a koi pond.