Water Chalet + 2-way coach transfer
- 2D1N stay for 1 for $149 (up to $258 value)
- 3D2N stay for 1 for $238 (up to $399 value)
Hotel at a glance
The geometrically peculiar mainframe of the resort’s dominant frosted stronghold anchors the chalet’s stretching wooden treads as it holds precedence among the waterfront vista, exuding traces of the traditional Malay hut with its dual-layered awning open, airy entryways with which glances are invited into the interior spread. Comprising the resort’s spa, this structure lays nestled above the native waterways, a stretch away from the resort’s main pathways on solid ground where its neatly arrayed complex of terracotta fills and immaculate rows of cross-hatched window inlays descend below an embossed floor of outward-pointing semi-rotundas that line the upper levels. Past the winding gravel paths through surrounding blankets of turf, the resort’s collection of dwellings offer solitude amidst the seas as delicate drapery and polished wooden floors hold sway over the Mediterranean-inclined living space while views of the surrounding water scape serve to further romanticise siestas atop the heightened domicile.
- Wrest away the day from lingering fatigue with a venture into the Avi Spa, where restorative treatments come within view of the surrounding wash of the Malacca Straits; or sweat out sudden fevers in the hotel’s sauna and steam room facilities.
- Enjoy basking in the beachfront proximity with a stroll to the nearby beach area for sessions of fishing or crabbing, or have a go at a game of beach volleyball as well as a pulsing bout of tennis upon the resort’s courts. Afterwards, take a dip in the hotel’s outdoor swimming pool, a bath of cerulean located at the core of a surrounding brocade of timbered walks equipped with shading parasols and recumbent lounge chairs for time-outs in between proving dolphin-like agility.
- Satiate lingering traces of hunger at the resort’s array of restaurants, from the semi-formal settings of Crow’s Nest where one can enjoy intercontinental delights, or the laid-back Village Court with its offerings of pizza, pasta, and around-the-clock dining with spaces overlooking the pool; as well as the Galley where one can opt for snacks and helpings of the resort’s signature secret recipe cocktails.
Singapore – Port Dickson
- Departure time: 7.45am
- Departure location: Jalan Sultan, #01-09 Textile Centre
Port Dickson – Singapore
- Departure time: 2.30pm
- Departure location: Avillion Port Dickson hotel lobby
For reference only and subject to availability.
- 50.42 sqm room
- King-sized bedding
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults with 1 child aged 2 – 11 per room. 3rd guest subject to additional charges
- Bar and pub
- Private beach
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Fitness centre
- Tennis court
- Water sports
- Outdoor extreme park - Tough Nation
- Complimentary Wi-Fi in public areas
- Triple-sharing: 1 Groupon per person
- Extra bed for child aged 3 – 11: 1 Groupon per person
- Stay without extra bed for child aged 3 – 11: $69 per person
- Stay extension:
- Single traveller: $149 per person per night
- Twin- and triple-sharing: $89 per person per night
- Extra bed for child aged 2 – 11: $79 per person per night
- Stay without extra bed for child aged 2 – 11: $10 per person per night
Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan: What to see and do
Port Dickson is a popular beach destination in the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, especially among urban dwellers in neighbouring cities like Seremban and Kuala Lumpur. The main attraction here is the beach; golden sand stretches along a 16-kilometre strip that borders the sun-warmed waters of the Straits of Malacca. There are a lot of facilities for visitors at Teluk Kemang like gazebos, restaurants, souvenir stalls, and parking, as well as watersports like jet-skiing, banana boat rides, and kayaking; while the beaches of Pantai Purnama, Bagan Pinang, and Blue Lagoon are quieter and great for sightseeing and evening strolls.
Away from the seaside, there are a number of small town sights and attractions to explore. The Army Museum can be found next to a military base off the main road and is dedicated to the soldiers that defended the country in times of turmoil. No entry fee is required to tour the premises; you can see decommissioned military vehicles like planes, tanks, and artillery guns on display, and trace the history of the army back to the Malacca sultanate era.
Stop by the PD Ostrich Farm along the coastal road for a close-up look of the world’s largest bird, which also has a petting zoo filled with farm animals. You can experience riding on an ostrich, feeding them with corn, or sampling gourmet dishes made with their meat and eggs. Also along the coastal road is Wan Loong Temple, a Taoist temple that pays tribute to Chinese deities like the Goddess of Mercy and the Monkey King, surrounded by a landscaped garden with a koi pond.