Port Dickson has the longest beaches in Malaysia, as far as 18 km, it includes public beaches and beaches own by private sector that operate Hotel and Resorts. Not all beaches are suitable for bathing or swimming, this due of the appearance of the beach terrain and the quality of sea water. However, visitors have many options to choose according to their activity.
Below is the list of beaches in Port Dickson suggested by https://casinoreviews.my,
Getting To Port Dickson
KTM Komuter – Take KTM Kommuter from any station in Kuala Lumpur to Seremban station, from Seremban bus station located about 10 minutes walking, take a cityliner bus to Port Dickson bus station.
Driving – use Plus highway towards to Seremban, just follow the signboard to new Port Dickson highway.
Best time to go during weak days or overnight at Port Dickson.
Teluk Kemang Beach
Teluk Kemang Beach in Port DicksonThe distance of Teluk Kemang Beach is 0.6 km, its the busiest beach in Port Dickson. Teluk Kemang gets its name from a tree that is found by 5 family members who came from Selangor. In early year Teluk Kemang beach was full of deep swamp and forest. The five family member expoilted this area whereby the found a lot of tree known as Pokok Kemang, they decide to name the places as Teluk Kemang because the huge nember of Kemang tree found in the area.
It is a place for visitors prefer this because local facilities such as tents provided for picnics, and public bathroom space parking area. Besides food stalls, clothes stalls and boat rental facilities for water and game were provided by local residents Port Dickson.
Tanjung Gemuk Beach
A peaceful and quiet beach about 200 meters long a very popular for fishing fans, every year the fishing competition organize by the Port Dickson local authorities held in this beach. From this beach visitor can see the floating chalet belongs to Legends Water Resorts. In main highway several seafood restaurants available for those looking for local delicacies. Suitable for those wanna to get tanned and relax.
Previouly know as Port Dickson beach or 4th miles beach. Its name was changed to Saujana Beach in 2001 when beaches in Port Dickson were renamed. This 0.6 km long beach strecting from Avillion to Klana Lodge. The name of Saujana beach is given based on its location that is near to Saujana Hill, which has its own unique history.
Besides that few food stall, mini Haji Samuri Sate restaurant, mini bazaar, internet cafe and fishing gear stall available here.
Sirusa beach situated just besides Saujana Beach, this beach has been used by local fisherman to keep their boat and fishing gear. If you lucky you will able to see the fisherman landing their fish catch every evening. This beach totally not suitable for swimming and tanning.
Thare are few grilled fish restaurants and also a camp site for those who like to overnight in the camp.
Tanjung Biru or Blue Lagoon Beach
This U shape beach situated towards to the end series of beach in Port Dickson. Surrounding by Beremba tree, this small beach very quiet and a bit isolated compare with others most probaly the best places to relax while reading a book or get tanned.