We made a trip to Port Dickson about two months ago to visit my brother who had just moved to Teluk Kemang. So, all the way from the East Coast we travelled to the most popular beach holiday destination in the West Coast of Malaysia. If not for my brother, I really have no idea when we are going to be there. PD is so near yet so far..The last time I went there was about 3 decades ago!
On the way up to the light house.. masa ni tgh termengah2 and berpeluh2..sikit lagi nak sampaiWe were finally at the top! The lighthouse, still sits on the summit today in its original state and still functions until today with the help of a modern revolving radar transmitter. The lighthouse has been there for more than 400 years !
At the top of the hill, you can see a lot of shipping vessels as the Strait of Malacca is one of the busiest shipping lane in the in the world! It's the main shipping chanel between Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. On the other side is Sumatra, Indonesia.
My children ran all the way down the hill cause they were so excited to go to Blue Lagoon beach.
The famous Blue Lagoon beach is located right next to Tanjung Tuan, along with a few resorts and holiday bungalows.
alamak ceteknya air..
My children were so happy cause they could swim in the water . They are not able to do that here in KT! Kat sini korang nak menyelam pun mama benarkan..
I love the beaches at PD so much. The water is so calm and it's really safe to swim . You can jump into the water anytime which is a NO NO here in the East Coast! Here, swimming can certainly be a very risky affair! It's South China Sea babe!
The best part during the trip was the 'makan' time lah of course..My brother brought us to a seafood restaurant in Pasir Panjang
The view from the restaurant in Pasir Panjang
Some of the food we ordered-Grilled squid and shrimps and also black pepper crabs . They are really delicious and cheaper than in Terengganu! We really had a wonderful time in PD and we would definitely go there again.. To me yg dah lama tak pegi PD mmg it is really a memorable trip....