Cape Rachardo (Tanjung Tuan) - Visit the remains of Portuguese Architecture

The Cape Rachardo (Tanjung Tuan) is a lighthouse built in the 16th century. It was used to guide ships towards Port of Malacca and is still operational until today. The cape is also a stopover site for migratory birds especially during September to March where flocks of sparrows, honey buzzards and swifts can be seen here.

There is a rock here with an embedded footprint which is believed to be of Hang Tuah, the legendary Malay warrior of the 15th century.

Army Museum - Myriads of Army museums in Port Dickson

The Army Museum is located just beside the Malaysian Army Camp of Port Dickson. The museum is the latest attraction in Port Dickson and it houses some vehicles and also aircrafts used by the Malaysian Army.

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Port Dickson - A Getaway for the Weekend

Port Dickson is located at Negeri Sembilan. It is at Port Dickson where you will find beaches and resorts which are just perfect for a short weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the city. There are also water activities at Port Dickson which is why it is also the choice of team building site.

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