Heading to Port Dickson and looking for some water fun in Port Dickson that goes beyond splashing around in the hotel pool or the ocean?
Then, you’re in the right place.
In this article, I discuss all the Port Dickson water park options that are coming and going.
Unfortunately, there is no good news though as Port Dickson seems to be a place where water parks do not survive. They never seem to last. Currently, there are no open water parks in Port Dickson 🙁
Below, I give you details on ones you may have found online that are now closed as well as a big one that is in development. Please open soon!
If you have any updated information on Port Dickson water parks, please let us know!
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Port Dickson Water Park Options
Below are all the water parks in Port Dickson that have come and gone or are in development.
Primaland Port Dickson Water Park
Primaland Water Park is the best water park in Port Dickson. At least, it was until it shut for renovations.
I wrote a Primaland Port Dickson review awhile ago, but unfortunately now it is out of date. It was a fun, but low key, water theme park and it was a good addition to the water fun in Port Dickson especially if you have kids.
A completion date for this is not known, but I will update this article when it is. it’s been so long now that I fear it’s never re-opening.
Ehsan Waterpark Port Dickson
This is another option that has shut for renovations. It only shut in February 2023 so I am hopeful that it may open again soon. Although, since they also shut their social media accounts, I am not sure.
Note: As of March 2023, this is still closed after shutting for the pandemic. Hopefully, it reopens soon!
At the Lexis Hibiscus, there was another Port Dickson water park option.
Here, there were a lot of big inflatables and you can go down slides, play water volleyball and run around on big inflatables, peddle a boat or just float and relax.
There were many different things both on the beach and in the sea. They were in all different sizes so it was perfect for young kids as well. If you ever wanted to go down a slide straight into the ocean, Water JPark has you covered.
We visited this park on a weekday and there was far less available then –with basically no sea parts of the park open. This left only the big slide that was really only suitable for adults. Our young kids had fun with the smaller slide, the inflatibles as pictured above, and some pedal boats in a pool.
Passes ranged from 20 minutes to all day and the price depends on what you want to do and for how long. Prices start at MYR32 for an adult which is on the expensive side. The day pass is better value but make sure you visit on the weekend where more activities are available.
Both guests of the Lexis Hibiscus and non-guest could use the facilities.
JPark was located on the Hibiscus Walk and you can also find water sports, like jet skis and banana boats here. There was a hawker centre with a variety of eating options and a shop as well. It’s also located right next to Pantai Cermin.
Click here to read our full review of the Lexis Hibiscus. We highly recommend it!
Splash Park is a new water park and serviced suites which is planned to be built in Port Dickson.
At the moment, it’s even possible to invest in this to help it get built faster 🙂
There is more information on this potential water park here.
Hopefully, there will be an open water park in Port Dickson soon. In the meantime, head to one of these great Port Dickson beaches here.
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