Getting Around

Taxi rank is right next to the bus station. Happily, it seems to be the only main town in Malaysia where taxis get commission for taking you to certain hotels. You shouldn't pay more than 15RM to get as far as Blue Lagoon/lighthouse which is right at the end of the strip. There is also a local bus that toodles along the coast to the Blue Lagoon and back max 2RM 

Taxis are available throughout Port Dickson and can be hailed from anywhere. Sometimes, the driver would attempt to charge a flat rate that is quoted before you board. Usage of a meter is enforced by law, but if you're in a rush, then it's up to you if you wish to comply. Otherwise, insist on meter use or find another cab.

On the other hand, there are local buses that run throughout the Port Dickson stretch along Jalan Pantai all the way up to Lukut. Taking a bus is cheap, but the wait may be long as public transport in Malaysia is very irregular and inconsistent. Most visitors to Port Dickson will usually drive their own vehicles. Some of the luxury resorts may offer their own transport service in the forms of vans and cars.
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