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Port Dickson Dream World: Upside Down & 3D
Port Dickson Dream World: Upside Down & 3D

Port Dickson Dream World: Upside Down & 3D

No 21-G, Medan Remis, Jalan Remis 2, Batu 5, Si Rusa, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, 71050

The Basics

Port Dickson is a popular coastal resort town south of Kuala Lumpur, and PD Dream World Upside Down & 3D is a fun addition to a sightseeing itinerary here. Visited independently to spend as much time there as you like—posing for photos can take time, and you may have to wait for a turn. Advance ticket purchases can save time during busy periods.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • There are different entry fees for Malaysian and foreign nationals.

  • Make sure you have plenty of battery in your camera or phone before you visit, as you’ll want to take lots of pictures.

  • Most visitors spend one to two hours at PD Dream World Upside Down & 3D.

  • Young children might be scared of some of the paintings.

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How to Get There

Port Dickson is only about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur, making it an easy place for a day or overnight trip. PD Dream World Upside Down & 3D is located just off Jalan Pantai, one of Port Dickson’s major roads, and there is on-street parking nearby.

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When to Get There

PD Dream World Upside Down & 3D is open every day of the week except Thursdays. As it’s air-conditioned, it’s a refreshing place to retreat to in the heat of the day or after you’ve worked up a sweat sightseeing around Port Dickson.

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Hike to the Cape Rachado Lighthouse

While you’re in Port Dickson, make the short hike to the Cape Rachado Lighthouse. Located in a nature reserve, the lighthouse is considered the oldest in Malaysia and offers great views. Bird-watchers in particular will enjoy walking through the reserve, which 300,000 migratory birds pass through annually.

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