Destination Port Dickson

Today I took off to Port Dickson (PD). The last time I was in Port Dickson was April last year. There will be a workshop to write the sports specific curriculum for coaching. A few sports was called up to complete their coaching curriculum for all the three levels under the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme.

Left my house at 9.00 pm and drove up to PD through the North South Highway (PLUS). The journey to PD is just about 1hr 15 minutes. Drive along the PLUS Highway and then take Exit 219. Toll rate from Sg Besi Toll Plaza is RM 7.70. After passing the toll plaza you will reach a traffic light and take a right turn. Drive straight until you see another sign showing the route to Port Dickson. From there you have the choice of using the trunk road or the highway. The trunk road will take you through Mantin and Rantau. Whereas the highway will take you direct to Port Dickson but you still have the exits to Mantin and Springhills. The open toll fare for this highway is RM 2.60.

The distance from Kuala Lumpur to Port Dickson is about 13 kilometres.

My destination in Port Dickson is Tiara Beach Resort. I will update this blog later with some pictures of Tiara Beach Resort.

Posted from Tiara Beach Resort, Port Dickson.
The wifi internet access is from Kemang Internet.

Launching Visit Malaysia 2007

Date: 6 January 2007
Venue: Tasik Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur
Time : 8.30

Tonight the Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi will start the ball rolling for Visit Malaysia Year 2007. This event is to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of Malaysia’s Independence this year. Malaysia achieved independence in 1957.

Tasik Titiwangsa Kuala Lumpur will be the centre of attraction tonight for the launching ceremony and also the launching of much publicised Eye of Malaysia where one can have a 360 degrees breathtaking view of Kuala Lumpur. See pictures here

Visit Malaysia 2007

Year 2007 is visit malaysia year. As a citizen of Malaysia I want to play my role. All citizens of the world – come and see Malaysia. Experience her lush green forest, her beautiful beaches, her countryside breathtaking views. Go to the hills, climb Mount Kinabalu. Dive in Sipadan. Swim with the fishes in Redang and Perhentian.

Malaysia can be a gateway for travellers going East or West. North of her is Thailand. South is Singapore. Travel to Indonesia, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand. Go east to Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Japan. You can do it all from Kuala Lumpur.

Today 2 Sept 2006. I registered myself on visit malaysia. Its a website to promote domestic tourism by selling tour packages. Beside that I have the opportunity to earn some side income.
Click here