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Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson: A Uniquely Iconic Resort

Lexis Hibiscus is the leading and largest resort in Port Dickson and one of the famous icons in Malaysia, providing the finest in accommodation, dining and meeting in Negeri Sembilan. The resort stands apart in the industry with its unique concept whereby every guestroom is equipped with a private dip pool and steam room. It also reinforces Port Dickson as a major tourism destination in the state.

Working hand in hand with the government, it is committed towards promoting tourism in Port Dickson, which continues to see a healthy demand for upscale accommodation from discerning travellers, covering business and leisure segments from both locally and abroad.

With plenty of job opportunities being offered to the locals, the resort has contributed positively towards the state’s tourism industry. As of to date, the properties within Lexis Hotel Group have attracted more than 3.6 million tourists from across 126 countries, comprising 50% of overseas guests from its guest portfolio. It has also brought in tourism dollars to the state. The Resort’s encouraging occupancy and guest portfolio is fuelled by demand from FITs, tour series, corporate and MICE (Meetings, Events, Conventions and Exhibitions).

   

Located about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and nestled along Pasir Panjang beach, Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson sprawls into the Straits of Malacca and resembles the national flower of Malaysia. The 5-star resort is managed by Lexis Hotel Group, winner of Brandlaureate SMEs Best Brands Awards 2016 – 2017 (Hospitality) and Malaysia Best Employer Brand Awards – 2017.

The iconic Resort is the proud record holder of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS for achieving “The most swimming pools in a resort” and “The most overwater villas in single resort”. These results were verified on 14 October 2016. Apart from winning the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2016 for the Luxury Water Villa Resort (category – Southeast Asia), it is also the recipient of TripAdvisor’s 2017 Traveller’s Choice Award as well as Hotels Combined Recognition of Excellence 2017.

Each of its 639 pool villas is spacious, tastefully decorated and comes with its own private dip pool and steam room for luxury and privacy. 522 villas are situated on waters while 122 villas are located on the tower block. Many of these villas offer spectacular views of the open sea.

  

  

Complementing the villas are a selection of exciting dining and entertainment options, offering local and regional tastes as well as international cuisine. There is Roselle Coffee House for all day dining and Umi Japanese Restaurant offering cuisine inspired from the Land of the Rising Sun. Guests who yearn for a gastronomic experience will appreciate Wave Dining, located at Lighthouse Club and provide guests a panoramic view of the Resort.

  

Lexis Hibiscus’ range of function spaces are specially tailored for MICE needs. The Hibiscus Grand Ballroom is the only banquet hall in Port Dickson with ceiling height of more than seven meters, creating a dramatic setting for various events, with seating capacity up to 700 persons. The resort has the expertise and privilege of hosting international MICE event with participants from over 40 countries.

A diverse choice of recreational activities is available at Lexis Hibiscus. Lex Spa offers an escape from the city’s hectic pace to an oasis of tranquillity with the various treatments offered. Kidz World is the ideal place for the young ones to while their time away while budding singers will have an enjoyable time at Starz Karaoke.

Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson holds the distinction as the first five-star resort of its kind in Malaysia to build its own heliport for added travel convenience and service for its esteemed guests. Guests can satiate their whim for a helicopter joyride along the beach and its surrounding areas.

  

For some fun under the sun, there is a range of beach and water activities such as jet ski, watercraft, banana boat and kayak, all focused around the tallest seawater fountain in Malaysia at 400 feet. Additionally there are also cruise rides and fish feeding. The beach is also an excellent venue for teambuilding while the Hibiscus Walk provides guests a sampling of the many popular Malaysian cuisines, all under one roof.

For more information on the Resort, please visit www.lexishibiscuspd.com or www.lexis.my

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Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson: A Uniquely Iconic Resort

Lexis Hibiscus is the leading and largest resort in Port Dickson and one of the famous icons in Malaysia, providing the finest in accommodation, dining and meeting in Negeri Sembilan. The resort stands apart in the industry with its unique concept whereby every guestroom is equipped with a private dip pool and steam room. It also reinforces Port Dickson as a major tourism destination in the state.

Working hand in hand with the government, it is committed towards promoting tourism in Port Dickson, which continues to see a healthy demand for upscale accommodation from discerning travellers, covering business and leisure segments from both locally and abroad.

With plenty of job opportunities being offered to the locals, the resort has contributed positively towards the state’s tourism industry. As of to date, the properties within Lexis Hotel Group have attracted more than 3.6 million tourists from across 126 countries, comprising 50% of overseas guests from its guest portfolio. It has also brought in tourism dollars to the state. The Resort’s encouraging occupancy and guest portfolio is fuelled by demand from FITs, tour series, corporate and MICE (Meetings, Events, Conventions and Exhibitions).

   

Located about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and nestled along Pasir Panjang beach, Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson sprawls into the Straits of Malacca and resembles the national flower of Malaysia. The 5-star resort is managed by Lexis Hotel Group, winner of Brandlaureate SMEs Best Brands Awards 2016 – 2017 (Hospitality) and Malaysia Best Employer Brand Awards – 2017.

The iconic Resort is the proud record holder of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS for achieving “The most swimming pools in a resort” and “The most overwater villas in single resort”. These results were verified on 14 October 2016. Apart from winning the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2016 for the Luxury Water Villa Resort (category – Southeast Asia), it is also the recipient of TripAdvisor’s 2017 Traveller’s Choice Award as well as Hotels Combined Recognition of Excellence 2017.

Each of its 639 pool villas is spacious, tastefully decorated and comes with its own private dip pool and steam room for luxury and privacy. 522 villas are situated on waters while 122 villas are located on the tower block. Many of these villas offer spectacular views of the open sea.

  

  

Complementing the villas are a selection of exciting dining and entertainment options, offering local and regional tastes as well as international cuisine. There is Roselle Coffee House for all day dining and Umi Japanese Restaurant offering cuisine inspired from the Land of the Rising Sun. Guests who yearn for a gastronomic experience will appreciate Wave Dining, located at Lighthouse Club and provide guests a panoramic view of the Resort.

  

Lexis Hibiscus’ range of function spaces are specially tailored for MICE needs. The Hibiscus Grand Ballroom is the only banquet hall in Port Dickson with ceiling height of more than seven meters, creating a dramatic setting for various events, with seating capacity up to 700 persons. The resort has the expertise and privilege of hosting international MICE event with participants from over 40 countries.

A diverse choice of recreational activities is available at Lexis Hibiscus. Lex Spa offers an escape from the city’s hectic pace to an oasis of tranquillity with the various treatments offered. Kidz World is the ideal place for the young ones to while their time away while budding singers will have an enjoyable time at Starz Karaoke.

Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson holds the distinction as the first five-star resort of its kind in Malaysia to build its own heliport for added travel convenience and service for its esteemed guests. Guests can satiate their whim for a helicopter joyride along the beach and its surrounding areas.

  

For some fun under the sun, there is a range of beach and water activities such as jet ski, watercraft, banana boat and kayak, all focused around the tallest seawater fountain in Malaysia at 400 feet. Additionally there are also cruise rides and fish feeding. The beach is also an excellent venue for teambuilding while the Hibiscus Walk provides guests a sampling of the many popular Malaysian cuisines, all under one roof.

For more information on the Resort, please visit www.lexishibiscuspd.com or www.lexis.my

Pasir Panjang Recreational Park

“This sensuous recreational park is situated within a 13-hectare timberland haven during Kampung Teluk, a coastal encampment in Port Dickson.”

This sensuous recreational park is situated within a 13ha timberland haven during Kampung Teluk, a coastal encampment in Port Dickson. Situated 28km from Port Dickson city and dual mins expostulate from Pasir Panjang, it is simply permitted from a Seremban-Port Dickson Highway or Pedas-Linggi fee piazza of a scenic North-South Highway.

With amenities like parking areas, huts, toilets, walking lane and children’s playground, a recreational park is a favourite family tour spot. It is also obvious earthy training locus as a timberland houses dual OBS-type earthy plea camps, one managed by PDS Camp and Resort while a other by a National Youth Leadership Institute (IKBN). These camps are good versed with variuos comforts for earthy training including an barrier course, certainty test, height for abseiling, apparatus for kayaking and boating as good as an administration building and hostels. Thus, it is a renouned training locus for corporate companies, supervision agencies and students from schools and aloft training institutions.

The form of trees and shrubs covering a hills and valleys with roots, branches and depressed leaves carpeting a timberland building creates this timberland a haunt fo inlet lovers. With it’s contentment of flora and fauna, it is no consternation that many normal medicine practitioners can be speckled scouring a woods for medicinal spices and plants.

Trekking by this pleasing forest, we might come accross an aged tomb during a rise of Bukit Kurau. There is also a brook where we will find many shrimp-netters casting their nets that doubles adult as an area is filled with villagers looking for kupang (a kind of cockle, tasty when baked sweet-sour). At high tide, a pleasing perspective of several offshore floating decks can be seen from a forest. These decks, commissioned with wooden stools, are a favourite among anglers.

Nearby this recreational park, we will find food stalls handling late into a night. Located amidst a fishing village, this stalls offer tasty appetizing dishes (grilled or otherwise) of fish, shrimps, crabs and squids uninformed from a sea.

Last noticed – Oct 17, 2011

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Pasir Panjang Recreational Park

“This lush recreational park is situated within a 13-hectare forest reserve at Kampung Teluk, a coastal village in Port Dickson.”

This lush recreational park is situated within a 13ha forest reserve at Kampung Teluk, a coastal village in Port Dickson. Situated 28km from Port Dickson town and two minutes drive from Pasir Panjang, it is easily accessible from the Seremban-Port Dickson Highway or Pedas-Linggi toll plaza of the scenic North-South Highway.

With amenities like parking areas, huts, toilets, walking track and children’s playground, the recreational park is a favourite family outing spot. It is also well-known physical training arena as the forest houses two OBS-type physical challenge camps, one managed by PDS Camp and Resort while the other by the National Youth Leadership Institute (IKBN). These camps are well equipped with variuos facilities for physical training including an obstacle course, confidence test, platform for abseiling, equipment for kayaking and boating as well as an administration building and hostels. Thus, it is a popular training arena for corporate companies, government agencies and students from schools and higher learning institutions.

The profile of trees and shrubs covering the hills and valleys with roots, branches and fallen leaves carpeting the forest floor makes this forest a haunt fo nature lovers. With it’s abundance of flora and fauna, it is no wonder that many traditional medicine practitioners can be spotted scouring the woods for medicinal herbs and plants.

Trekking through this beautiful forest, you may come accross an old tomb at the peak of Bukit Kurau. There is also a bay where you will find many shrimp-netters casting their nets which doubles up as an area is filled with villagers looking for kupang (a kind of cockle, delicious when cooked sweet-sour). At high tide, a beautiful view of several offshore floating decks can be seen from the forest. These decks, installed with wooden stools, are a favourite among anglers.

Nearby this recreational park, you will find food stalls operating late into the night. Located amidst a fishing village, this stalls offer delicious mouth-watering dishes (grilled or otherwise) of fish, shrimps, crabs and squids fresh from the sea.

Last viewed – October 07, 2011