6 Spectacular Attractions To Enjoy for Free During Your 2D1N Travel in Port Dickson!

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They say there’s no such thing as free lunch, but these beautiful creations can be enjoyed in Port Dickson without spending a single penny! You read it right. So, here some scenic spots open to the public without paying an entrance fee or whatsoever!

1. Cape Rachado Lighthouse

 

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The lighthouse, also known as Rumah Api Tanjung Tuan, located on the hill in Cape Rachado offers a scenic view after a 15 to 20-minute hike. Though there’s no entrance fee, you need to pay RM1 in order to climb and enjoy the view.

2. Army Museum Port Dickson

 

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The fact that Port Dickson is an army base, Army Training Center and several military camps are what you should expect. But aside from that, it also has the only Army Museum in Malaysia where travelers, local or foreign, ca see different war equipment including helicopters, tanks, old trains, forts, arms and more. There are also three bomb shelter tunnels in which visitors are allowed to experience how its like to be in a military bunker.

Army Museum

Location: Kem Sirusa, Persiaran Pahlawan, Kampung Baru Sirusa, 71050 Port Dickson

Hours: 10:00am – 5:00pm

3. Pusat Ikan Hiasan

 

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Be amazed by the beauty and diversity of marine life at Ikan Pusat Hiasan, an aquarium and marine conservation center in Port Dickson. It features about 85 species of saltwater fishes over 20 kinds of coral and hippocampus.

Location: Pusat Ikan Hiasan Port Dickson, Batu 7, Jalan Pantai, Teluk Kemang, 71050 Port Dickson

Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30am – 4:30pm; Sat-Sun, 10:00am – 4:00pm

Contact: 06-6621089

4. Muzium Lukut Port

 

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A museum built the Department of Museums and Antiques which began in 1997 and ended in 1999. The museum presents the history of Lukut during the early 19th century to the time it was established at Negeri Sembilan.

Location: No. 730, Kota, Ludang Section, Port Dickson, Senmeilan

Hours: 9:00am – 6:00pm

Contact: +606 6515270 (Fax)

Email: Rosiswandy@jmm.gov.my

5. Hong Leong Temple (云龙庙)

 

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Visiting to Port Dickson wouldn’t be complete if you don’t swing by to Hong Leong Temple, a Chinese temple which is home to legendary figures including the historical monk Xuanzang and his companions, Sun Wukong and Zhu Bajie.

Location: Batu Enam, Hoon Leong Temple, Jalan Pantai, Teluk Kemang Sirusa, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan

Hours: 8:00am – 8:00pm

6. Tanjung Sepat 情人橋

 

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Quite famous for the mesmerizing beauty of its crystal clear and occasionally blue-green water, and the photo-worthy bridge also known as the Lover Bridge.

 

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