Port Dickson is a town on the coast of south-central peninsular Malaysia, just over an hour south of Kuala Lumpur. The town used to produce charcoal, hence was also called "Arang" (charcoal) in the Malay language. There was also a carbon mine at Port Dickson. Today it's a popular holiday destination and is known for Beaches. There are many other tourist attractions in Port Dickson to visit, but in this post I'm are going to cover its four best beaches:
Blue Lagoon (Pantai Tanjung Biru)
Also known as Pantai Tanjung Biru, Blue Lagoon is situated near the Tanjung Tuan (Cape Rachado), and surrounded by luxuriant flowers and find forest reserve nearby where you may observe some wildlife.
This one's popular because of its historic lighthouse. shimmery clear waters and lustrous white-sand. Different from other beaches, visitors have to hike via forest. you can even experience fauna here with the natural beauty.
About a kilometer long, Saujana is different from other local beaches because there are many facilities available here, like food stands, washrooms, showers, and parking lots. You can also enjoy watersports here such as jet-skis, banana boats, speed boats etc.
Cahaya Negeri Beach
On the fine sand here you can enjoy many activities with your family, friends, or signficant other, with a recreation center as well as the so-called ‘Lovers Bridge’ where you can go with your partner and enjoy a sweeping view out to sea.
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