- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM420 (up to RM1,117.02 value)
Hotel at a glance
Nestled in privacy, the five-star location offers King-sized or twin plush bedding set amidst lush gardens with views of the verdant golf course. Shimmering lakes hidden in the shrubs and free-form swimming pools beckon for a quick dip, with sports facilities offering outlets for exercise and friendly competition. As beaches send fresh salty scents to room windows, water sports call out to active tourists while sandy terrains offer activities like jet ski, banana boat, and fish feeding.
Superior Garden View Room
- 41sqm room
- King-sized or twin bedding
- Max. occupancy: 3 guests per room. 3rd guest subject to additional charges
- Bar and restaurants
- Free-form swimming pool
- Kids’ swimming pool with wet play zone
- Massage and reflexology services
- Business facilities
- Fitness centre
- 9-hole golf course
- 2 flood-lit tennis courts
- Games room
- Children’s room
- Movie and karaoke room
- S.W.A.T camp
- Free parking (Hotel guest only)
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Laundry and dry-cleaning service
- Access to sports facilities and water sports like jet ski, banana boat, and fish feeding
Add-Ons (payable to Hotel)
- Extra bed for guest: RM58.30
- Extra bed with breakfast for guest: RM81.62
- 15-minute jet-ski ride: RM106
- 10-minute banana boat ride: RM20 per person
- Kayak ride: Free
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.