Lexis® Port Dickson Malaysia
A charming Balinese-inspired Port Dickson resort nestled in the lap of nature, with overwater chalets and sky tower units towering over the pristine Straits of Malacca.
Your search for serenity and peace comes to a fulfilling end at Lexis Port Dickson. This Balinese-inspired resort is located along the enchanting coastal stretch of Port Dickson. Once you step into this carefree paradise of stunning seascapes, sky-high towers and inviting water chalets, you’ll be fully engulfed by an immense sense of belonging as you attune to the leisurely pace of this seaside haven and be at one with nature.
All 242 chalets and tower rooms are designed for the ultimate holiday experience, combining charm, elegance and comfort within its eclectic orientalist design, with thoughtful touches of indulgence everywhere you look. Each unit is adorned with Bali’s tumble stone flooring as well as tropical hard wood flooring, and comes with a private balcony overlooking the magnificent surrounding views. Perched over the lapping waves of the Straits of Malacca, the water chalets are also fitted with see-through glass floor panels, so guests can enjoy a calming view of the sea water beneath at any time. You can spend your time relishing the surrounding tropical bliss, or simply indulge in the comfort of your room as well as all the wonderful facilities and amenities that the resort has to offer. In addition to that, you can also rely on the staff of the resort to ensure that your stay here is always a pleasant one. Honed by more than a decade’s worth of experience, the resort offers nothing but the best services and local hospitality to each and every guest.
Lexis Port Dickson is situated near the town of Lukut, just 2 kilometres from the heart of Port Dickson. It is easily accessible via the North-South Expressway and the Seremban-Port Dickson Highway. It’s about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur, and about 30 minutes’ drive from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).
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Malaysia Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) deputy president Mohd Akil Mohd Yusof stated that the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (MOTAC) have been actively putting in major efforts to promote Malaysia as a destination on the international platform through travel fairs and exhibitions.
Health tourists are returning to Malaysia since our reopening of borders more than 6 months ago.
The Lexis team recently partook in the Malaysia Travel Mart programme hosted by Tourism Malaysia at the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching in conjunction with a three-day Trave Agents Federation of India (TAFI) Convention 2022.
The Malaysia Tourism Quality Assurance (MyTQA) is an initiative taken by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC) in 2014 to enhance the service and quality of tourism products in Malaysia.
It has been 65 years since throngs of Malaysians-to-be gathered at Merdeka Square in the dark, with bated breath, awaiting the stroke of midnight.
The proper handling procedures of food preparation and serving have always been a top priority for resort operators everywhere.
Malaysia is set to shift its focus onto younger travellers from the Middle East as part of its promotional strategy to revive our hospitality sector.
From 22 June to 1 July, 2022, Lexis Hotel Group partook in a two-week roadshow to South Korea organised by Tourism Malaysia to boost inbound tourism following the reopening of our international borders since 1 April, 2022.
The magnificent skyscraper boasts 275 pool suites (including 3 top-notch VIP pool suites) and 164 upscale residential suites, alongside the trendiest restaurants, bars, gym, spa, as well as multi-purpose event space, all with breath-taking views of the metropolitan cityscape.
Recent surveys conducted by Ernst & Young PLT indicate that a bigger percentage of local businesses are equipped to co-exist with COVID-19.
Leading boutique property developer, KL Metro Group in partnership with China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) Malaysia recently celebrated their latest construction milestone with a "topping out" ceremony for Imperial Lexis Kuala Lumpur & Grandview Residence, at the luxury hotel and residence's rooftop.
When the wellbeing of mother earth is at stake, everyone, regardless of from which industry or walk of life, has the same responsibility and crucial role to play in the preservation of our planet and its environment.
Lexis Hotel Group along with other Malaysian tourism trade players do their part to strengthen our nation’s economy through the tourism industry by participating in the largest travel trade show, the Arabian Travel Market 2022 under Tourism Malaysia.
Following the lifting of sanctions on Malaysia’s border, Tourism Malaysia, after a 2 year hiatus, embarked on its first roadshow to six major cities in India.
As more than 80% of Malaysia’s total population has been fully vaccinated, and nearly 70% of Malaysia’s adult population has received a booster dose, our nation is well on its way to recovery as active cases in Malaysia has shown a steady decline since March 2022.
Guests staying at Lexis hotels and resorts recently kicked off a roar-some Tiger-rific New Year by joining in the festivity and unleashing their inner tiger.
Every year, Muslims anticipate the sighting of the new crescent moon that signifies the start of Ramadan, the most sacred month of the year in the Islamic culture.
Please note that e-voucher redemptions require a minimum of 7 days notice prior to check-in and rooms are subject to availability.
Two years after Malaysia closed its borders on March 18, 2020 in the wake of a global pandemic, Malaysia will reopen its international borders on April 1, 2022, allowing quarantine-free travel and tourism.
At the recent launch of Tourism Malaysia’s Strategic & Marketing Plan for 2022 to 2026, Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri, Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture (Motac) said that 2 million visitors are expected to arrive in Malaysia when the borders reopen on April 1.
United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) secretary-general Zurab Pololikashvili said that in the face of current global challenges such as the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the climate emergency and war in Europe, tourism has an active role to play in reasserting shared values and promoting peace.
Out of the 50 countries in the world, Malaysia was placed at 27th in US-based online travel guide – Travel Lemming.
For industry players everywhere, as interstate travel resumes and vaccination efforts by the Malaysian government proving to be a huge success, the travel industry is set to see better days ahead.
Please note that e-voucher redemptions require a minimum of 7 days notice prior to check-in and rooms are subject to availability.
According to the Chinese’s Lunar calendar, 2022 is the year of the tiger. In comparison to 2021, which was the year of the ox, the Chinese community believes that the year of the active and motivated tiger will bring more positive changes and growth than the year of the slow, soft and passive ox.
A detailed recovery plan to be carried out by Tourism Malaysia was recently announced by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture in order to resuscitate the national economy through the tourism sector.
Guests of Lexis hotels and resorts can look forward to an impressive line-up of seasonal food and beverages promotions offered exclusively to fans of the hospitality brand.
With the cessation of travel ban and success in our nation’s vaccination effort, the glass is looking half full for the local travel and tourism industry.
As it takes time for nations to reopen their international borders, domestic leisure travel has been the primary diving force of our tourism recovery for the past few months, and it is speculated to continue to play a pivotal role in the recuperation of the sector for the following months.
December is Christmas season and for travel-loving Malaysians, the best early Christmas present that they've receive this year would be surely be the freedom to enjoy interstate travel since the travel ban was lifted on Oct 11.
Tourism Malaysia’s Deputy Director General Datuk Musa Yusof has recently referred to the current pandemic as a “blessing in disguise”.
This year’s Diwali was welcomed with a much-anticipated sense of normalcy as Malaysians finally get to celebrate and travel to other states within the country to visit their friends and family.
The World Travel Market 2021 (WTM 2021) which begins on November 1 till November 3, 2021 will be the perfect opportunity for Tourism Malaysia to promote Malaysia as a safe holiday destination to the rest of the world.
Tourism Malaysia aims to showcase Malaysia as the preferred destination for the wellness and luxury tourism market through the virtual PATA Wellness and Luxury Travel Conference and Mart 2021.
We are receiving a high volume of emails and messages daily since the lifting of the interstate travel ban.
Another ray of hope beams through the life of all Malaysians as our government has lifted the interstate travel ban, returning the freedom to travel to all fully-vaccinated Malaysians.
Lexis Hotel Group is excited to welcome back fully-vaccinated individuals, who are longing a much-needed holiday break and in search for the perfect staycation, at its hotels and resorts in Port Dickson and Penang, with its exclusive “10 OUT OF 10: The Perfect Sale” E-Voucher promo.
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The public must remain vigilant and continue to adhere to standard operating procedures (SOP) when the government reopens more sectors once the nation enters the endemic phase, says Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz.
According to the Deputy Director of Tourism Malaysia Northern Region (TMWU), Siti Hajar Yunus, both Langkawi and Penang remained a popular choice among Malaysian tourists.
The tourism industry (as well as Malaysians everywhere) rejoice as interstate traveling for tourism purposes are allowed for fully vaccinated individuals in all states under the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
Following the latest list of permitted businesses and activities released by the Malaysian Government as Negeri Sembilan officially enters Phase 3 of the National Recovery Plan (NRP), we are thrilled beyond words to finally be able to welcome fully-vaccinated guests to check in and dine at Lexis Port Dickson.
A pinnacle of urban luxury and sheer elegance, Imperial Lexis is set to make its debut soon in Kuala Lumpur’s ever-ascending skyline, and will sit strategically in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, along the bustling Jalan Kia Peng.
Although 2020 was dictated the “worst year on record” in the history of global tourism by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), their latest data is quickly showing that 2021 may actually underperform 2020 and top the chart after all.
Exploring Malaysia’s Niche Tourism Segment: The Rise of Millennial Travel, a Webinar was conducted by Tourism Malaysia with the active participation of professionals of the tourism industry and students alike.
The dedicated Lexis Team decided to make full use of the latest lockdown with ongoing repair and maintenance works, in preparation to open its hotels and resorts to guests.
Royal Lexis is a mixed development composed of 371 Luxury Suites and 147 Hotel units. The Freehold development is strategically located right at the heart of Kuala Lumpur city alongside Jalan Sultan Ismail.
The tourism and hotel industry is again left helpless as various states fall into another round of the movement control order.
Despite the current challenges and hardship faced by the hotel industry, Lexis Hotel Group never let anything comes in the way of their generosity.
In sight of the Malaysian Government’s recent announcement on the extension of Full Movement Control Order (FMCO), amendments for any existing bookings that are affected by the latest travel restrictions will be allowed.
Malaysia’s announcement that it is developing “green bubbles” to revive the domestic tourism industry has drawn cautious optimism from experts.
Over a hundred hotels in Malaysia have shut down since March last year, and more premises are expected to cease operations in the months to come.
This year, with adventures in faraway lands on hold, a relaxing escape on our home turf beckons.
Every year, Muslims globally anticipate the sighting of the new crescent moon that signifies the official frst day of Ramadan, the most sacred month in Islamic culture.
Lexis Hotel Group demonstrated their appreciation towards the female frontliners of our nation with a free getaway giveaway on this years’ International Women’s Day (March 8, 2021)!
Lexis Hotel Group had the honour of recently hosting travel agencies from Peninsular Malaysia for a familiarisation trip to Lexis Port Dickson, Grand Lexis Port Dickson and Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson.
An additional allocation of RM200 million has been provided to the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia (MOTAC) for the implementation of the stimulus package under the Tourism Rehabilitation Plan for 2021.
From 31st December 2020 until 31st March 2021, holidaymakers who are planning to stay at any Lexis property are able to purchase 3D2N e-Room Vouchers for selected room categories with discounts as high as 41.9% through Shopee!
Fans of Lexis Hotels can now enjoy amazing discounts and other perks when they book their next stay via payment cards issued by CIMB, Public Bank and AEON.
With a stricter standard operating procedure in place to ensure that all preventive hygiene measures goes above and beyond the safety guidelines that are provided by the National Security Council, Lexis Hotels & Resorts is now a proud participant of the Safe2Spa Jom Spa campaign organised by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC).
Berikutan pengumuman terbaru oleh Perdana Menteri Malaysia mengenai Kawalan Pergerakan yang diperketatkan, sebarang pindaan terhadap tempahan bilik yang sedia ada adalah dibenarkan sekiranya anda tergolong dalam kawasan yang terjejas.
Temporary Closure of Bellboy Service.
Malaysia was recognised at the recently concluded International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) Medical Travel Awards 2020 held on September 23, 2020 in London by winning the highly coveted ‘Health and Medical Tourism: Destination of the Year’ title.
Staff at Lexis Port Dickson and Grand Lexis Port Dickson have recently welcomed heroes from the Negeri Sembilan Fire and Rescue Department, as they conducted and supervised a fire safety and evacuation exercise for the resorts’ Emergency Rescue Team (ERT) and Fire-Fighting Team (FFT).
First aid, especially CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) when administered immediately after a person experiences a cardiac arrest, can easily double or triple the person’s chance of survival, converting a deadly situation into a live-saving one.
Determined to raise the awareness on the donating blood as a public responsibility among its staff, Lexis Port Dickson and Grand Lexis Port Dickson have recently organised their annual blood drive in collaboration with the Port Dickson General Hospital.
2020 has been a year filled with unprecedented challenges for the entire human race, as the novel Corona virus upended life for entire nations overnight.
The celebration of this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival may not commensurate with the previous years in terms of grandeur and merriment, as the annual celebration has to be scaled down to adhere to safe social distancing regulations, but the true spirit of the Mid-Autumn Festival will not be forgotten.
Lexis hotels and resorts have always been the preferred destination for local stars and starlets, whether it’s to shoot their upcoming film and series, or just to take a break from the limelight and enjoy what our seafront resorts have to offer.
Even in this tumultuous time, the various hotels and resorts under Lexis Hotel Group still welcomes Malaysians from all walks of live seeking a much-needed respite from the panic and stress that has taken a toll on our mental health and wellbeing.
In line with our Safety & Best Sanitation Practices, kindly refrain from bringing the banned items into the hotel compound.
Life in Malaysia starts to somewhat slowly return to what it was before the nation was hit by a global pandemic without any warning.
In addition to strict health and sanitary protocols, Lexis Hotel Group sets an example by going the extra mile in its effort to stop the transmission of COVID-19.
Single-use, non-recyclable plastic straws play a major part in polluting our land and waterways, while endangering our land and ocean creatures.
For the past few months, all Malaysians have stood together in the face of a global pandemic, doing our part to break the virus transmission.
Malaysia hotels and tourism players are gearing up to welcome domestic travellers again, as the country allows interstate travel under the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).
With its hotels reopening to guests, the Lexis Hotel Group is disinfecting its hotels and resorts, while keeping guests safe through enhanced procedures and protocols.
While we are excited to welcome you back to our resorts, it has come to our attention that there are numerous irresponsible parties who claim to be our authorised agents and are peddling (what they claim to be) our e-room vouchers online.
Kindly be informed that due to RMCO restrictions, no special decoration by any party will be permitted in all guest rooms until further notice.
To safeguard the health and safety of our employees and guests, Lexis Hotel Group has outlined preventive and protective measures in line with the strict guidelines provided by health officials.
At Lexis Hotel Group, we take utmost pride in serving you and strive to continue offering you the finest family resort and vacationing experience.
At Lexis Hotel Group, we always go the extra mile in welcoming, safeguarding and taking great care of our guests.
To curb the spread of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Malaysia implemented the Movement Control Order (MCO) from 18 March until 14 April.
The year 2020 started off bumpy as almost the entire world comes to face with a novel coronavirus taking the world by surprise, driving governments to apply enhanced border measures, and the Chinese government to tighten their quarantine policies as countering measure against the spreading of the virus.
It was a night to celebrate achievements and excellence at the SOBA (Star Outstanding Business Awards) as leaders of various industries got together in the spirit of positive competition to acknowledge the trailblazers in their respective industries.
Officiated by the Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Dr.Mahathir Mohamad in a ceremony at Kuala Lumpur International Airport July this year, the main objective of the Visit Malaysia 2020 is to boost the influx of international tourist into Malaysia.
In the spirit of giving and sharing, Lexis Hotel Group planned a special day for 33 children aged two to nineteen year-old from Pusat Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Yatim dan Miskin Wawasan Port Dickson.
Almost 50 members of staff from Grand Lexis Port Dickson and Lexis Port Dickson had recently dedicated their day to making the beach area surrounding the resorts cleaner and more welcoming for the resorts’ guests.
The festival of Lights is about spreading joy and casting out the darkness, and that was exactly what Lexis Hotel Group did for the children from Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Seremban.
Lexis Hotel Group once again knocked it out of the park and brought home a whooping SEVEN AWARDS from the 26th annual World Travel Awards Asia & Oceania!
Guests of Grand Lexis Port Dickson and Lexis Port Dickson have been pleasantly surprised by the addition of a new fairy tale-themed merry-go-round, attracting children as well as nostalgic adults who are looking to relive their childhood.
In conjunction with the 20th Raptor Watch of Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), Lexis Hotel Group together with Platinum Charters arranged an awareness campaign for conservation of nature, forest and raptors with 22 students from 11 schools around Port Dickson.
The highly-acclaimed Lexis Hotel Groups was presented with the Pacific Area Travel Writers Association’s (PATWA) International Travel Award!
Guests of the Grand Lexis Port Dickson and Lexis Port Dickson will be amazed by a dazzling display of lights on the hotels’ facades.
In conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration, Lexis Hotel Group showered the residents of Pusat Penjagaan Warga Usia Emas Tong Sim with much-needed love and care.
Fifty international media members were among the audience when Tourism Malaysia shared Malaysia tourism highlights and plans to enhance the tourism industry during the National Tourism Organisation (NTO) Country Media briefing.
As a new year approaches full of promise and exciting possibilities, the Lexis Hotel Group, one of Malaysia’s premier niche hospitality brands, take the opportunity to reflect upon 2018.
Lexis Hotel Group hosted 42 children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Shemariah, Kuala Pilah to a fun filled and sumptuous Christmas Dinner.
In conjunction with the Festival of Lights, Lexis Hotel Group treated children and old folks from Persatuan Kebajikan Sri Ragavendra Seremban.
MATTA will develop the tourism industry and increase tourist arrivals through technology.
The Lexis Hotel Group has received yet another recognition of excellence through its president, Mandy Chew.
In efforts to encourage small business growth in Malaysia, Star Media Group recently organised SOBA LAB, a platform for entrepreneurs to engage with and learn from the experiences of other successful business owners.
The Lexis Hotel Group recently donated a total of RM33,390 to Tabung Harapan, in support of nation building.
The Lexis Hotel Group was named the proud recipient of Asia’s Best Employer Brand Awards 2018.
Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson together with its sister properties, Grand Lexis Port Dickson and Lexis Port Dickson visited and distributed Buka Puasa delicacies to the Fire & Rescue Department and Police Department in Port Dickson.
In conjunction with Chinese New Year, the management and staff of Lexis Hotel Group paid a visit to Rumah Sejahtera Jimah, Lukut, Port Dickson.
In conjunction with the Festival of Lights, Lexis Hotel Group brought cheer and joy to the occupants of Pertubuhan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Nanthisar, Seremban.
We are extremely pleased to announce that Ms Mandy Chew, President of Lexis Hotel Group, has won the coveted Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2017 in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry.
Lexis, Grand Lexis and Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson collaborated with Jabatan Alam Sekitar Negeri Sembilan in organising an event ‘A Day With Nature’ in conjunction with Earth Day recently.
Lexis Hotels and Resorts is proud to announce it has won the coveted Brandlaureate SMEs Best Brands Awards 2016-2017 – Best Brand in Hospitality (Hotels and Resorts).
As part of its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative and in conjunction with Chinese New Year, Lexis Hotel Group treated old folks from Rumah Sejahtera Jimah, Lukut to a display of lion dance performance, tossing of yee sang and a festive feast.
As part of its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts, in conjunction with Deepavali celebration, Lexis Hotel Group brought cheer and joy to occupants from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Ihsan Negeri Sembilan.
The holy month of Ramadan is a time of introspection and reflection for all of us. It is also a platform to network and foster lasting relationships with government authorities and communities at large.
LEXIS PORT DICKSON
Resort on waters Rare n hard to find Though it is a almost 4 hrs drive from singapore But when u reach here At the check in,they give u welcome drinks to make u feel at home It's a getaway from the concrete jungles The rooms are all set in bali style The room is huge and so is the bathtubs Though it is not like Maldives or bali But it is worth every penny u spend
LEXIS PORT DICKSON
My husband and I were on our honeymoon and glad we have chosen Lexis PD. We got our room earlier than expected and Ms Nadyrah from Front Desk was patient and attended to our queries, not forgetting Gan Win Shen as well. We got a good view room too in 211! We enjoyed our breakfast the next which was very delicious, love the service of the restaurant staff (Indian Mgr) whom warmly greeted us and made sure we are okay. They are the rare gems that we could hardly find these days We would definitely be back for our next staycation! Thank you!
LEXIS PORT DICKSON
Warms greetings upon arrival makes us feel welcomed. Staffs (concierge and receptionists) are friendly. We been served with welcome drink upon check-in. Check-in is hassle free and fast. The receptionist explain facilities in the room and activities available in the resort calmly to make sure we get the info. The buggy driver offered to help you to take your picture before they drives you to your chalet. now the wow factor.. soonest we arrived at our room, we were surprised with the bed deco and hand bouquet of flower arrangement in the room. Yes.. i told them about my wedding anniversary and I did not expect the surprise. My room overlooking at the open sea view. A BIG THANKS TO LEXIS TEAM. For me, I would love to recommend this hotel.
LEXIS PORT DICKSON
My hotel room was clean and comfortable. The front desk staff were truly excellent. They were friendly and helpful.Coffee house staff are really awesome.Staff by the name of Vanitha provided such a wonderful service in a pleasant manner.Overall it was extremely overwhelming staying in Lexis Port Dickson.
LEXIS PORT DICKSON
Awesome hotel to stay . Worth every penny . Huge room with a private pool . Excellent service from the staffs . Very kids friendly . Indoor game, pool etc are some of the facilities provided . 1hr plus drive from klia .