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Nestled on the beach, this Port Dickson hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum and 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Sri Anjeneayar Temple. Admiral Cove Marina ...
Lexis Hibiscus Port DicksonRM743Lexis Hibiscus Port DicksonRM743
Set on 23 acres of tropical coast, facing the Strait of Malacca, this 4-star resort sits along 2 private beaches. The town of Port Dickson and the Port Dickson ...
Avillion Port DicksonRM262Avillion Port DicksonRM262
Situated in Port Dickson, this hotel is close to Fort Lukut. Area attractions also include Port Dickson Army Museum and Sri Anjeneayar Temple.
Tasik Villa International ResortRM353Tasik Villa International ResortRM353
This hotel sits upon 36 hectares of tropical gardens, and includes a private 3-km stretch of sand. The main town of Port Dickson is a 20-minute drive away, and ...
Thistle Port DicksonRM250Thistle Port DicksonRM250
Situated near the beach, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Fort Lukut, Port Dickson Army Museum, and Sri Anjeneayar Temple. Admiral Cove Marina and Port Dickson ...
WaterFront Boutique HotelRM140WaterFront Boutique HotelRM140
This Port Dickson apartment building is on the beach, 3 mi (4.8 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Admiral Cove Marina and Sri Anjeneayar ...
Paradise Lagoon ApartmentRM85Paradise Lagoon ApartmentRM85
Nature lovers can immerse themselves in the vast but tranquil greenery of Singapore’s riverside town of Pasir Panjang. Set amid the amazing biodiversity are some of the richest cultural heritage sites in the entire continent. From the vistas granted from the overlooking hilltop trails to the mouth-watering selection of fresh Malay food, there is no better place to unwind. Here we will be guiding you through the best of Pasir Panjang. From accommodation to shopping and even things to do, we have you covered.
Pasir Panjang is an area which was once a place of great tension and resistance. The fertile coastline hugging vicinity was won by Singapore during World War II on February 1942. It spans the entire distance of Pasir Panjang Road which carries countless homes, hotels and a massive theme park, Haw Par Villa. The name Pasir Panjang originated over half a century ago, roughly meaning “Long Beach”. However today it is better known as Kent Ridge.
There is a wide selection of accommodation around Pasir Panjang. From hostels to lavish hotels, you are spoilt for choice. Travellers tend to favour the views afforded by the sea facing hotels and harbourside villas. Most grant a fantastic outlook overlooking Sentosa island, which is another great option for those visiting the area.
Sentosa is less than 10 minutes’ drive away, and where an array of some of the most magnificent hotels in all of Singapore sits. Whether you are looking for a dirt-cheap but top class room or the height of comfort with access to spas, wellness facilities, golf courses and the best dining around, the Pasir Panjang neighbourhood has you covered.
There is a wealth of things to do at this haven for nature lovers. The Southern Ridges is a must-go, as is Hort Park and Kent Ridge Park. Both tend to the conservation of countless species of flora and fauna. The orchids, swans and multiple themed gardens will have you lost in the tranquillity.
Explore culture in Pasir Panjang’s vicinity, such as the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum which houses real dinosaur skeletons on display.
Those looking for excitement should check out the exciting guided hikes, buggy rides, and zip-line adventures in Sentosa. For a bird’s eye view of the city and scenic photo ops, consider a cable car up Mount Faber.
You have to check out the Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre for a massive range of fresh fruit and vegetables. It spans over 26 blocks and has over 1000 individual sellers, supplying you with fresh produce.
Thanks to the plentiful waters and bountiful local fishing industry, you can expect to find every variety of seafood served up fresh. Both local and western restaurants are common, just be sure to do yourself the favour of trying a few of the areas favourite recipes. You won’t be sorry!
Those seeking dining with ambience should head over to the waterside restaurants along Keppel Bay. Boat charters and a course in soling are available from this scenic marina.
For a dizzy array of local delicacies at pocket-friendly prices, there’s no better place than Pasir Panjang Food Centre. Go with a large group and order everything.