Port Dickson Beach

Location: Negeri Sembilan

Location Info

Address: Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

District » Kuala Pilah


Port Dickson is well known for its beach and water sports. It's located at the west peninsular, 90km from Kuala Lumpur and 32km from Seremban. It's located near the Malacca Strait and it's among the most popular beach on the west coast due to the easy accessibility.


Port Dickson is located near the Straits of Malacca, hence it was once used for mining and trading too. It has a coastline of up to 18km. Port Dickson Beach is a public beach and hence it's a popular destination for the local families, especially the city folks, taking the opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. However there are also private beaches offered by some of the Port Dickson hotels. There are many activities going about on the beach, including horseback riding, banana boat, and kayaking, parasailing and even paintball.

Another must see attraction is the Malaysian first ostrich farm, Jelita Ostrich Farm. You can experience standing on the egg without breaking the egg. Other than that, Jeram Toi waterfalls is also another popular destination among the visitors, it has a few falls surrounded in the green lush trees, where the falling water is so refreshing in the hot sunny day in Malaysia. On your way back, do stop by at the Negeri Sembilan Craft Complex for some handicraft souvenirs, it offers a good variety of unique Malaysian handicraft like batik.


It takes about 90minutes to drive to Port Dickson from Kuala Lumpur using the North South highway. Exist at the Port Dickson toll, go straight and turn right at the traffic light. Go 4km ahead until you enter the Seremban-Port Dickson toll. Arriving at the roundabout take the left turn to Teluk Kemang and you are along the Port Dickson beach where most of the Port Dickson hotels are located.

There a many buses leaving at Pudu station to Port Dickson. Otherwise, the furthest KTM stop is at Seremban station and you can get a bus or taxi to Port Dickson