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The price of properties that falls in the 25th, Median (50th) and 75th positions based on 720 Transactions available between 2012 and 2017.
25% of properties are below this price and 75% are above. Also known as 25th percentile or Lower Quartile.
The middle point price of total properties sold, in which 50% of properties are below this price and 50% are above.
75% of prices are below this price and 25% are above. Also known as 75th percentile or Upper Quartile.
18 Projects/Townships (720 Transactions)
Rent and Sale Prices in Port Dickson
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Price per Square Foot in Port Dickson
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Port Dickson (PD) is a district of Negeri Sembilan in the southwestern coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It was formerly known as Tanjung. It formerly had a carbon mine and was a charcoal producing town prior to being developed into a port by British during the Straits Settlements colonial rule. PD used to be a part of Selangor until 1880 when it was ceded to Sungai Ujong (present day Negeri Sembilan). Throughout the rapid development of the port into a busy trading centre the beaches were preserved and today serves as a tourist hot spot. The local economy is greatly supported by the Shell Refining Company and Petron Refinery located in PD.
Townships within this district include Linggi, Permatang, Pengkalan Kempas, Bukit Kempas, Teluk Kemang, Pasir Panjang, Pantai Cermin, Bandar Sunggala, Sirusa, Siliau, Lukut, Kuala Lukut, Kota Lukut, Bukit Palong, Jimah and Bandar Springhill.
Places of Attraction
It is a major tourist destination with several locations popular among sightseers. Cape Rachado is a forest reserve and wildlife sanctuary with patches of mangrove swamps and beaches visited by flocks of migratory birds between September to March. At the summit is a Portuguese built lighthouse still used today, which offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Sumatran coastline. Army Museum showcases various war artifacts, army vehicles and aircraft and an underground Communist tunnel. Other attractions are Wan Loong Temple, Fort Kempas, Kota Lukut (museum and fort), Alive 3D Art Gallery and Upside Down Art Gallery. But no tourist leaves Port Dickson without visiting its renowned beaches such as Teluk Kemang and Blue Lagoon popular for water sports such as snorkeling, swimming, wind surfing, water-skiing, canoeing and sailing.
Amenities and Facilities
The 5-star Admiral Marina & Leisure Club has top notch dock facilities for luxury cruise ships, sailboats and yachts and also acts as a transit point for several regattas. Tourists can choose from many 3-star to 5-star hotels for accommodation. Several shopping centers are available, namely, Oceanic Mall, Billion Shopping Centre, TF Value Mart, Family Store Port Dickson, Giant Superstore, Tesco Hypermarket, Pasaraya SAKAN and Pasaraya KU.
Accessibility and Transportation
Seremban-Port Dickson Highway connects it to Seremban and links to North-South Expressway at Port Dickson interchange (Exit 219). The Lukut interchange (Exit 316) leads to PD. Federal Route 53 also connects it to Seremban. Federal Route 5 connects it to Klang in the north and Malacca and Johor in the south. Passenger ferries connect to and fro between PD and Dumai, Indonesia on a daily basis.
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