Blue Lagoon Port Dickson (also called Tanjung Biru) is a small but very nice beach in the Port Dickson area. It’s located about 17 kilometres south of Port Dickson town and is best known for Blue Lagoon Beach, Port Dickson which is secluded but well worth a visit for its clear blue waters and sandy beach!
In this Blue Lagoon Port Dickson blog I’m going to share more about why you should consider visiting Port Dickson Blue Lagoon Beach, options for staying at the Blue Lagoon resort and other accommodation nearby, as well as what there is to do at Tanjung Tuan Blue Lagoon beach.
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Weekends at Blue Lagoon Beach PD (Tanjung Biru beach as it’s also known) can be quite busy but pick a weekday and you might get it to yourself!
Blue Lagoon, Malaysia is close to the Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve which gives it both a beautiful backdrop and the fact that there is often wildlife to spot such as squirrels and monkeys.
The PD Blue Lagoon is one of my favourite of the beaches in Port Dickson because it is so pretty and feels tucked out of the way – even though it’s very accessible.
Even on popular days, the Blue Lagoon beach Port Dickson can feel tranquil and away from it all thanks to the surrounding vegetation. Blue Lagoon, Port Dickson has beautiful big trees right on the beach to give plenty of natural shade.
The water is very calm and quite shallow thanks to natural sandbanks which protect the bay. This also keeps water sports away from the shore and helps with the peaceful and safe atmosphere.
This makes Blue Lagoon PD particularly good for non-swimmers and families. Kids will particularly like the rock pools which are revealed at low tide.
The sea does contain small coral reefs which can attract divers, and it’s a good option to consider if you’re looking for snorkeling Port Dickson options.
The Port Dickson Blue Lagoon also has some good facilities. There are toilets, a hawker centre and market stalls. It is very easy to spend a day here or you can combine a visit with venturing up to Cape Rachado.
There is also a playground on Blue Lagoon Port Dickson beach.
You can see what Blue Lagoon looks like in the following video. Note that I shot this on a Monday morning. You will probably not be lucky enough to see it so empty!
If you are wondering if Blue Lagoon is worth your precious time while you are in Port Dickson, yes it is! Unless you are interested in water sports, this is the beach I recommend you head to first!
I also recommend you try to avoid low tide when visiting Blue Lagoon Tanjung Tuan – it’s not quite as pretty then.
Where To Find Blue Lagoon Port Dickson
Blue Lagoon Port Dickson Hotels
If you are looking for an awesome beach holiday, why not stay right by Blue Lagoon beach such as the Hotel Blue Lagoon PD? If you’re looking for a hotel near Blue Lagoon Port Dickson there are a few different options which I cover below:
The Villea Port Dickson (formerly known as PNB Ilham Resort) is a great option with hotel style rooms and apartments right by the beach. It’s also sometimes known as Blue Lagoon Resort Port Dickson.
The rooms range at this Blue Lagoon PD hotel from regular hotel style rooms to three bedroom apartments making this ideal for couples, friends or families. They come with everything you would expect like TVs and tea and coffee making facilities.
It’s also home to some great facilities including a nice pool, gym, table tennis and karaoke. If you are hungry or thirsty, there is a pool bar, room service and several eating options.
The best part of this Blue Lagoon Beach resort Port Dickson, however, is definitely the location right by Blue Lagoon!
If you’re looking for an alternative to the hotel Blue Lagoon Port Dickson, then the Lexis Hibiscus is only a few minutes drive from Blue Lagoon and is our top choice for where to stay in the Port Dickson area. You can read more about it here.
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