Benefits Of Travelling Solo to Port Dickson
We are all surrounded by people. We socialize with them daily and we work with them. We also need a break from them and travelling solo seems to be an ideal way to know yourself better, leave your comfort zone and go into the wild, get to know other people, smile, talk to strangers, hike, dance, learn to cook,eat new food and see the sunrise on the beach.
Port Dickson, the playground resort throughout Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, is 34km from the express capital of Seremban and about one . 5 hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur. It provides 18km of fine sandy shores fringed by casuarinas, coconut palms as well as the spreading branches of the Banyan woods. The road practically hugs the coastline — you can just stop wherever it suits your fancy and just plunge into the cool marine environments. Vendors along the road deliver thirst quenching drinks of coconut h2o and sugar-cane juice.
For those who is adventurous type, get the taste of the local cuisine which is hot and spicy. There’s fish cooked in thick gravy of coconut milk and the killer’s cili padi’s- guaranteed to make your mouth and eyes smart. Or try the beef cooked with coconut milk and a rich assortment of spices (locally known as rendang). This delicious food is normally eaten with ‘Lemang’ — glutinous rice cooked in bamboo.
When I traveled alone to Port Dickson, I stayed at Avillion Admiral Cove Port Dickson hotel. I made the hotel reservation online via www.Port-Dickson-hotel.com. The spacious rooms at Avillion Admiral Cove are spread out over 2 wings and enjoy breathtaking views of the marina. Decorated with modern Malaysian furnishings, rooms all come with a flat-screen TV, sofa day bed and air conditioning.