The Space The Premium Pool Villa water chalet provide a relax and comfortable environment. The guests can enjoy the marine life through the large glass panel on the floor in the room, sea view through the balcony of the room, private dip pool and sauna room at the balcony, large and comfortable bathroom and closet with the total space of 872sqf. Guest Access Some of the hotel facilities like car park, gym, public pool, private steam sauna room, private dip pool, Video-On-Demand in the room etc are complimentary to the guests. Other hotel facilities include function room, ball room, Kids World, Lex Spa, Starz Karaoke, Horizon Deck, Sky Lounge, Sky Ballroom, Hibiscus Lounge, Japanese Restaurant, Western Coffee House, Mini Mart etc. Interaction with Guests I will not be present but since it is a 5-star water chalet, you will be entertained by hotel staff for all your needs. However, you may still contact me for any assistance if you preferred.
FYI, arranging for room booking needs some time and if the booking is successful, original voucher need to be sent to you and that may take some time too. Therefore, it is advisable to contact me at least three to four weeks in advance for the arrangement. Especially if your preferred date is around peak season such as Western New Year, Lunar New Year, Hari Raya Aidifitri, School Holiday and Christmas Season, it is advisable to book as early as possible to avoid any disappointment. The Neighborhood Following are some of the surroundings activities:
1) Forest reserve and recreation at Tanjung Tuan @ 3.5km
3) Royal Palm Springs Golf Club @ 4.5km
4) PD Ostrich Farm @ 5.0km
5) Local food at Teluk Kemang @ 5.5km
6) Sea and land activities at Teluk Kemang Square @ 5.5km
7) Royal Armed Force Museum @ 12.3km
8) Port Dickson town and PD Waterfront City @ 18.5km
9) Turtle Hatchery Center at Glory Beach Resort @ 20.2km
10) Alive 3D Art Gallery @ 22.0km Getting Around Lexis Hibiscus is easily accessible via the North - South Expressway (NSE) and Seremban-Port Dickson Highway (SPDH). The Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is just an hour's drive away from the resort. It takes only about an hour and a half from Kuala Lumpur and three hour and a half drive from Singapore.
From Kuala Lumpur, use the North-South Expressway via Sg. Besi toll to Port Dickson toll (Exit 219). If driving from Johor/Singapore, head towards the same exit.
After that, follow the direction to Port Dickson which will lead to Seremban-Port Dickson Highway (SPDH). After some 28km of driving on SPDH, take the exit at Lukut toll (Exit 2903) and follow the direction towards Port Dickson. Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson is located approximately 25km more from here.
Driving distance (approx)
Port Dickson Town @ 18km
Seremban @ 40km
Sepang International Circuit (SIC) @ 55km
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) @65km
Kuala Lumpur City Center @ 100km
Genting Highlands @ 155km
Singapore @ 300km
Hotel Limousine Service
Limousine services are available for guests staying at or visiting Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson and can be booked at your convenience. You can book a limousine pick up at a competitive fee by providing your flight details and estimated time of arrival.
Airport Limousine rates:
MPV (5 seater) (maximum 4 people + 3 pieces of Luggages)
One way transfer: from MYR234 (GST inclusive)
Van (10 seater) (maximum 9 people + 6 pieces of Luggages)
One way transfer: from MYR265 (GST inclusive)
Alphard (7 seater)(maximum 6 people + 4 pieces of Luggages)
One way transfer: from MYR371 (GST inclusive)
For guest who has own transport, you may park your car in the hotel car park. Other Things to Note Language
The national language is Bahasa Malaysia (Malay) but English is widely spoken, being a compulsory subject in schools and the main Primary 6, Lower Secondary and the local version of 'O' Levels examinations. Other major languages used are Chinese and Tamil. The government also encouraging the front liners of hotels and tourism-related business people to learn other international languages.
Hot and humid all year around, Malaysia enjoys an equatorial climate of temperatures ranging from 22 to 32 degrees Celcius in the lowlands. However, it is cooler in highland areas. The annual rainfall here averages 200 – 250 cm.
The standard Malaysian time is eight hours ahead of GMT.
Since Malaysia enjoys a tropical climate which is hot and sunny, lightweight clothing, as well as cotton, is ideal when going for sightseeing or travelling around town. Generally, t-shirts and shorts are acceptable. However, do dress appropriately when dining out in restaurants or going for a night out, particularly in cities.
Certain establishments also have a dress code. It is also important to dress decently (no shorts) when visiting villages and also any places of worship.
Dressing in clothing of breathable and light material is advised. Comfortable and warm garments need to be worn only at hill resorts. ...