Places of Interest In Port Dickson
The state of Negeri Sembilan is associated with the Minangkabau culture and is reflected by the upswept roofs that are reminiscent of a buffalo’s horns. One might want to take a drive to Seremban, the state capital which is about 20 minutes from the resort. Here, one can visit the State Museum, Cultural Handicraft Complex, the State Mosque, Lake Gardens and the numerous shopping centres. Sri Menanti, the site of Malaysia’s largest traditional timber palace is about an hour’s drive by car from the resort. Make sure to book your stay with Lexis Port Dickson, one of the best hotels in Port Dickson and definitely a popular choice among locals and tourists alike, to explore nearby fascinating attractions in Port Dickson. Find out more on what is there to do in Port Dickson in our blog.
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Just a 9-minute drive away from Lexis Port Dickson, locals and tourists alike are flocking to this new 4000 metre square maze to lose themselves in the network of 1300 metre hedges while discovering plenty of beautiful sculptures, artwork and fantastic photo opportunities.
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Are you looking for a sweet escape from the busy town of Port Dickson? Then head 17 kilometres south and you’ll reach Tanjung Tuan Port Dickson. Be prepared to experience picturesque destinations and the perfect spots to unwind.