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Port Dickson is a great option for those like the idea of living next to the beach. It is a coastal city and parliamentary constituency in Negeri Sembilan. It is also a strategic location for those who like to stay away from the cities as it is only an hour car travel to Kuala Lumpur and 30 minutes away from Seremban at most. Port Dickson used to be a small town that used to produce charcoal and what used to be a carbon mine at the first mile of the coast road was developed into a small port by the British during the Straits Settlement. Lukut, is the closest town to Port Dickson and was previously a tin mining town. Port Dickson is home to multiple army camps and was named “Army Town” in 2009 by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in recognition of its role in the nation’s military services.
Port Dickson is an easily accessible town from most major towns in Peninsular Malaysia. The Seremban – Port Dickson Highway (SPDH) connects Seremban to Port Dickson, whereas Highway 5 links Port Dickson to Malacca, Johor Bahru and even Ipoh. The North- South Expressway connects Port Dickson to Kuala Lumpur.
Port Dickson was widely known as a trading centre but now is known as a relaxing spot. Many come to spend their holidays by the beach and unwind. There are many resorts that gives one the perfect view of the many beaches available in Port Dickson. The beaches in Port Dickson are well preserved and once can enjoy its clear, blue waters at any time of the day. The most popular destination is Tanjug Gemuk. There are other tourist spots that one can visit while in Port Dickson such as Cape Rachado Lighthouse, Alive 3D Art Gallery and Upside Down Port Dickson.
Port Dickson is well known for its seafood since it is a town located close to the sea. There are a variety of Asian cuisines that one can find in Port Dickson. Seafood dishes like fish head curry, prawn keoy teow and bak kut teh are a must eat in Port Dickson. Residents of Port Dickson can obtain their groceries from the supermarkets available for their cooking. Tesco Lukut, Tong Fatt (TF) Value- Mart and Billion Supermarket are among the many supermarkets in the area that one can frequent to obtain their groceries from.
The medical facilities in Port Dickson are also well developed for a small town. There are hospitals and clinics readily available to tend to any emergencies that are to occur. Port Dickson Hospital, Klinik Port Dickson and Klinik Asia are among the few medical facilities in Port Dickson.
There are a vast option of schools available in Port Dickson that are able to cater to the needs of families that live in Port Dickson. Families can consider the school that fits their preference that they would like their children to attend. There are public and private schools that families can choose from. SK Port Dickson, SJK (T) Port Dickson and SMK Tinggi Port Dickson are some of the public schools available in Port Dickson City. International schools such as Regent International School and UCSI International School Springhill are among the few private schools located in Port Dickson.
Port Dickson is a town that is made up of freehold and leasehold properties. The median price for the properties in Port Dickson is priced at RM 270 k whereas the median price per square feet is priced at RM 196. There are a total of 551 project listings as of now in Port Dickson. This showcases the variety of property type that home owners and investors can browse through to find the one they fancy such as Bandar Springhill, Bayu Indera Lukut, Corus Paradise Resort @ Port Dickson, Marina Bay Admiral Cove and Taman Desa Rusa.
Buying, selling, or investing property is a very big decision. Even moving to your desired location can sometimes be very emotional. Using data from more than 759 listings in Port Dickson, PropertyGuru aim to help you make the right decisions on selecting property, by providing you helpful news and property statistics such as median and growth in the area, but also our opinion on local neighborhood area.Read More