Cheap resorts in Port Dickson, Malaysia

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Port Dickson is a seaside town in Malaysia just a 3.5 hour drive from Singapore. It’s a perfect location for a weekend escape away from the city, with calm ocean waters and exciting water activities like jet skiing and banana boating. Here are 8 affordable resorts in Port Dickson from $43/night to book a stay at:

1. Avillion Port Dickson, from $93/night

Water chalets on stilts


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Wake up to glistening waters right outside your window at Avillion Port Dickson (from $93/night), which has water chalets sitting on stilts above water. Its rooms are furnished with plenty of wood to mimic traditional Malay fishing villages.

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The villas are connected by over-water boardwalks that bring you from the hotel lobby to your room and other parts of the resort.

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There’s a Pet Farm onsite with rabbits, peahens, tortoises and chicks that you can pet and even bathe. Alternatively, visit the Aviary at the resort to admire their prized South African peacocks.

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The floor to ceiling windows in the hotel lobby offers extensive views of the ocean, where you can sit back, relax and soak in the serenity.

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Book a stay at Avillion Port Dickson.

Address: Jalan Pantai, Taman Dato Haji Abdul Samad, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6647 6688

2. Thistle Port Dickson, from $100/night

With large pool and supersized Snakes and Ladders

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If a change from the hustle and bustle of city livin’ is what you seek, book a stay at Thistle Port Dickson (from $100/night). You know it’s gonna be 100% peaceful here when it’s enveloped by lush greenery leading out to the sea.

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The pool is pretty large, so cool off in the water after spending time by the beach. There’s also super-sized Snakes and Ladders for you to play with your kiddos, along with movie rooms, an onsite golf course, and watersports activities.

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Address: KM16 Jalan Pantai , Teluk Kemang, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6648 2828

3. Glory Beach Resort, from $43/night

With a turtle hatchery and bunny pen

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Glory Beach Resort (from $43/night) is home to a turtle hatchery, where you can watch baby turtles trot into the ocean from April to September. There’s also a bunny and tortoise pen where you can cuddle and feed these little animals.

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You can also go canoeing and banana boating within the resort, or enjoy a friendly game of squash or tennis.

glory beach resort port dickson roomEach room comes with either a garden or ocean view.
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Address: Jalan Seremban, Taman Tanjung, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6651 6888

4. Klana Beach Resort Port Dickson, from $48/night

With a star observatory

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If you’re looking for a holiday that’ll leave you starry eyed, go straight for Klana Beach Resort Port Dickson (from $48/night), which is home to a star observatory where you can admire stars and perhaps even spot some planets.

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The rooms are modest and good for a comfortable night’s sleep at an affordable price. It’s also 10 minutes from the beach, with watersports activities like banana boating.

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Address: Kompleks Baitulhilal, Lot 4506, Batu, 8, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6648 7888

5. Lexis Port Dickson, from $105/night

Over-water villas and activities like archery and fishing

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Lexis Port Dickson (from $105/night) has a series of over-water villas that’ll give you a good glimpse of sunsets and sunrises. Even if your room doesn’t directly face the horizon, you can walk out to the boardwalk to catch the views.

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While the rooms are pretty standard, there’s much to be done here, from swimming in their lap pool or fishing right outside your villa. For more fun, hop over to Extreme Park Port Dickson, a nearby sports park with go-karting, ATVs, and paintball.

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Address: 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6653 2000

6. Corus Paradise Resort Port Dickson, from $55/night

Spacious gym and pool connected to the sea

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Corus Paradise Resort Port Dickson (from $55/night) will fill your appetite for adventure, with archery and watersports like jet-skiing mere steps away. But if you prefer to take things slow, simply lounge in their swimming pool. It’s connected to a small private beach, so you’ll have easy access to the sea.

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Rooms here are pretty bare, but they’re comfortable enough. Plus, they come with bathtubs and face the ocean, so we can’t really complain.

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Those who enjoy sweating it out with some weights would be glad to know that the gym here is spacious, with a good variety of machines.

Address: Jalan Pantai, Taman Haji Zainal, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6647 7600

7. Avillion Admiral Cove, from $70/night

With on-site adventure park and ocean view balconies

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Avillion Admiral Cove (from $70/night) is a 5-minute walk to the beach, where you can kayak (from $7/pax), play outdoor archery ($3 for 10 arrows) or sail (from $50/pax).

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Rooms come with unobstructed views of the sea, so you can admire the calm waters in the privacy of your room.

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Adrenaline junkies will love “Tough Nation” (from $5/pax), an onsite outdoor extreme park with a 50 feet high flying fox and high ropes challenge that’ll get your heart pumping.

Address: 5 ½ Mile, Jalan Pantai, Tanjung Tuan, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6647 0888

8. Grand Lexis Port Dickson, from $140/night

Private pools and segway obstacle course

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Grand Lexis Port Dickson (from $140/night) is a 5-minute walk from Tanjung Gemuk Beach, a tranquil spot perfect for watching the sunset.

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Every villa is fitted with a private pool for you to take a dip whenever you like. But of course, there’s a communal pool if you prefer swimming laps in a more spacious area.

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The resort offers a myriad of activities like archery, a segway obstacle course and karaoke rooms so you won’t for a second be wondering how to spend your time here.

Address: Batu 2, Jalan Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, 71000 Port Dickson, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6653 2000

Best resorts in Port Dickson

These Port Dickson resorts are not only affordable, they also offer a whole range of activities for every sort of person – from swimming in private pools, to visiting turtle hatcheries and getting your heart racing at extreme sports parks.

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