Cozzi hotel

 KM 13, Jalan Pantai,
 Teluk Kemang, Port Dickson,
 Negeri Sembilan,
 71050, Malaysia
 Tel : +606 662 5109
 Fax : +606 662 5120


Port Dickson, or PD as it is commonly called in Malaysia, is the closest beach to Kuala Lumpur.

It is a fast drive of about 1 hour by freeway about 80 km south-west from Kuala Lumpur, and 32km west of the local regional centre: Seremban.It can also be accessed by frequent buses or taxis that ply the route between Kuala Lumpur and the resort.

This all makes the area a mecca for both locals and tourists alike to get away from the hustle and bustle of Malaysia’s thriving capital for a weekend or longer stay.It is a frequent weekend retreat for many inland dwellers, especially those from the city seeking temporary escape from a hectic and stressful life.

PD comes alive in August each year during the "Pesta Port Dickson". This annual event draws in crowds from all over the country.This is one great time to visit PD as there are many extra activities and cultural events relating to the life of the locals.

Plunge headlong into a day of fun-filled leisure activities such as water-skiing, canoeing, snorkelling and wind surfing. Enquire at your hotel reception for arrangements to utilise these facilities. If you enjoy sailing, arrange to have temporary membership at the Yacht Club.
  Blue Lagoon
About 15 km from Port Dickson town lies the Blue Lagoon which offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding greenery and the blue open sea. The lagoon is an ideal spot for swimming, boating, wind surfing and water skiing. This is where the action is when it comes to having fun in the sun. Accommodation is easily obtainable as a number of hotels and motels are located here.
  Cape Rachardo
Visit the lighthouse at Cape Rachardo built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. The beacon guided sailing ships to Malacca, the most important port in South East Asia. The lighthouse is still functioning today. Ascend the narrow spiral staircase and see the magnificent view of the coastline of Sumatra, 38km across the Straits.The cape is also the stopover point for migratory birds.
  Fort Lukut
About 7km from Port Dickson stands the Fort of Raja Jumaat, the 19th century Bugis warrior. The fort was built in 1847 to control the lucrative tin trade in the area. Today the muzzle loading guns used to defend the fort can be seen within the grounds of the District Officer’s residence and outside the Police Station in town.
  Fort Kempas
About 23km from the lighthouse, there is a small village called Keramat Ujung Pasir. Here you will find a15th century tomb of a leading historical personality, Ulama Sheikh Ahmad Makhtum, with its famous carved megalith. Beside his grave are the famous stone inscriptions or "Batu Bersurat" which depict his struggle and victory. The mystery surrounding the stone remains unsolved to this day.
If you are the adventurous type, get the taste of the local cuisine which is hot and spicy. There’s fish cooked in thick gravy of coconut milk and the killer's cili padi’s- guaranteed to make your mouth and eyes smart. Or try the rendang (beef cooked with coconut milk and a rich assortment of spices). This is normally eaten with 'Lemang' - glutinous rice cooked in bamboo.