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    Port Dickson is located in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia (West Malaysia). It is about 1 hour 15 minutes driving or 90 km from Kuala Lumpur, through the North-South Expressway.

    History of Port Dickson

    Port Dickson is originally named from Sir John Frederick Dickson. He was a British High Officer who posted at the British Straits Settlement. Locals called Port Dickson as Tanjung (in English: cape) due to its geographic location.

    During British Straits Settlement (1826-1946), Port Dickson used to produce charcoal. Since tin ore was discovered in Lukut (northern area), lots of Chinese miners came to the town.

    Since then, Port Dickson became a busy trading centre. A 39 km railway was constructed in 1891, linked Port Dickson and Sungai Ujong (known as Seremban).

    Those developments converted Port Dickson from a small town to an international business centre. More than 600 ships from Singapore were docked at Port Dickson to deliver goods to Sungai Ujong by train.

    How to get to Port Dickson

    There are several ways to go to Port Dickson:

    By plane

    There is no airport in Port Dickson. But, you can arrive in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) then driving to Port Dickson. The journey takes about one hour.

    Transportation to and from Kuala Lumpur International Airport

    You can go to and from Kuala Lumpur International Airport using several transportations:

    Cityliner Bus

    There is no direct Cityliner bus route from Port Dickson to the airport, so you have to take a connecting route from Serembang. Cityliner bus operates from 06:00 to 19:00 and leaves every 30 minutes. The journey takes about one hour.

    Bus fares one-way from Serembang to the airport:

    • Adult: MYR 39.00

    • Child: MYR 30.00


    There are four types of taxis which may carry from 3 to 8 passengers. You have to buy a coupon from the taxi counter at the airport before ride it.

    Express Rail Link (ERL)

    You can use Express Rail Link (ERL) from the airport to Kuala Lumpur Central Station.

    ERL fares one-way:

    • Adult: MYR 35.00

    • Child: (2-12 years) MYR 15.00

    ERL fares round-trip:

    • Adult: MYR 70.00

    • Child: (2-12 years) MYR 30.00

    (Prices may change at any time)

    By boat

    You can use ferry boat to Port Dickson.

    From and to Indonesia

    There are daily ferries that can transport you from Dumai in Sumatera, Indonesia, to Port Dickson Jetty. One of famous ferry operators is Acob Express.

    The Acob Express departs from Dumai to Port Dickson at 13:00 and from Port Dickson to Dumai at 10:30. The journey takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes.

    Ferry fares:

    • One way: MYR 80.00

    • Round trip: MYR 150.00

    (Prices may change at any time)

    By land

    You can go to Port Dickson by bus.


    If you are from Seremban, you can ride a bus to Port Dickson Bus Terminal. Bus operates from 06:00 to 19:00 and leaves every 30 minutes.

    Bus fares one-way: MYR 4.50

    (Prices may change at any time)

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    Public transportation in Port Dickson

    There are several public transportations in Port Dickson.


    You can use bus as transportation in Port Dickson. Bus operates from 07:00 to 17:00.

    Bus fare starts from MYR 2.50

    (Prices may change at any time)


    You can easily found taxi in Port Dickson. Taxi fare depends on route and a number of passengers.

    Tourist attractions in Port Dickson

    There are several tourist attractions in Port Dickson:

    Cape Rachado Lighthouse

    It is believed to be the oldest lighthouse in Malaysia. Cape Rachado Lighthouse was built by Portuguese in 16th century. It is still in use for guide ships to the Port of Malacca.

    On top of the lighthouse, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Sumatera, across the straits. During the migration season (September to March), you can see many species of birds such as eagle, hawks, sparrow, etc.

    Cape Rachado Lighthouse entrance fee: MYR 1.00

    (Prices may change at any time)

    Muzium Tentera Darat

    Maybe you will be interested with a time capsule inside the museum, but unfortunately it was buried and will not be opened until 1 March 2033. But it isn’t the only attraction.

    There are 9 galleries showing Malaysia's military history. You can see military vehicles and weapons such as Japanese canon and British armor train.

    Muzium Tentera Darat is located next to Malaysian army base at Kem Sri Rusa 71050, Port Dickson.

    Muzium Tentera Darat opening hours 10:00 - 17:00, from Wednesday to Sunday.

    There is no entrance fee to Muzium Tentera Darat

    Teluk Kemang Beach

    Teluk Kemang Beach is the most popular and the biggest beach in Port Dickson. It is only takes around 20 minutes driving from downtown to Teluk Kemang Beach.

    There are various accommodations at beach area such as guesthouses, resorts and hotels. Other facilities such as souvenir shops, jogging track, restaurants and kids playground also available at Teluk Kemang Beach.

    There is no entrance fee to Teluk Kemang Beach.

    Travel Tips in Port Dickson

    • The best time to visit Port Dickson is in May, when the annual event called Water Festival Port Dickson is held. In this festival, you can see and participate in many water contests such as jet ski, beach football, paintball, etc.

    • If you are looking for the antique souvenirs, you can visit Central Market that is located at DS street 1/5, 71010.

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