Royal Palm Springs Golf Club Port Dickson 2009 -2011
This was the official website of the Royal Palm Springs Golf Club Port Dickson, located in the peaceful and popular seaside town of Port Dickson, Malaysia. Content is from the site's 2009 -2010 archived pages.
Negeri Sembilan is a Malaysian state on the Malay Peninsula's southwest coast, known for its beaches, nature parks and palaces. To the west, on the Malacca Strait, the area around Port Dickson has seaside resorts, the Wan Loong Chinese Temple and the Kota Lukut hilltop fort. Although Port Dickson is more famous for its attractive beaches, I had instead stayed with my family at the TITI Eco Farm Resort where you can enjoy an organic lifestyle in a farm-styled resort. It was just one of the family trips I planned when we were stationed for a year in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. I admit that I did not play golf at the Royal Palm Springs Golf Club. We did drive by it and it appeared rather deserted and the || Duta Grand Resort looked a bit run down. My next posting is going to be a complete 180 degree change from the tropical climate of Malaysia. We are heading to Juno, Alaska. I have already started looking at reversible cold weather clothing such as the insulated North Face reversible jackets at BobsSportsChalet.com (like the Metropolis Parka), for the wife. It's going to be a surprise present since we will be arriving in Alaska on the date of our fifteenth anniversary. The name Metropolis Parka is a bit misleading since this is a fairly long coat hitting just at the knees rather than just below the waist. I think it should keep her warm and toasty during the cold months. I know she is looking at North Face kid's jackets which was actually the inspiration for my choosing this jacket/ coat for her. Now, I have to just find a toasty North Face jacket for myself. It's weird shopping for cold weather clothing when it is hot and humid outside.
Royal Palm Springs Golf Club
Address: Royal Palm Springs Golf Club
Address 13th Mile, Jalan Pantai, Mukim Pasir Panjang
Port Dickson, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 6 661 9599
Fax: +60 6 661 965
Visitors Advanced booking recommended.
Green Fees Unknown
Course Designer Instangreen Sdn Bhd
Location Port Dickson
Palm Springs Resort City is a comprehensive resort city featuring residential, retail and commercial and leisure developments.
The vision - through the creation of one of the largest integrated resort development in Malaysia to provide extraordinary resort amenities of world-class standards and a focus of attractions of excellence and variety for both Malaysians and tourists from near and far.
Will be a unique comprehensive resort city featuring leisure, residential and commercial properties and facilities.
Coupled with constant refreshing cool breeze blowing in from the straits, this relaxed environment is one of the reasons that spurred the development of Palm Springs Resort City.
The development covers total 800 acres of land will comprise of more than 10,000 units of holiday accommodation and upon completion will boast facilities such as an 18-hole golf course, a water theme park, a 30-acre man-made beach, a public marina, a retail centre and resort hotel complexes.
Also consist of more than 200 acres of land comprising of 6 man-made resort islands. These islands will include an internationally affiliated Spa Resort, custom designed homes with private jetty and pool, commercial elements for F&B and entertainment, with lush tropical landscaping, green avenue parks and playground – all aimed at enhancing one’s lifestyle, as well as meet the demands of the successful.
As at the end of 2005, these projects had been successfully delivered on-time; a Marina Canal along the Sungai Menyala, a Conference Hall, 570 Riverine Villa, 300 Resort-Condotel units, Bungalow lots, an 18-hole Royal Palm Springs Golf Club Course*, a Golf Clubhouse, a Club Village featuring the largest sand pool in Malaysia, children's fun pool, reflexology pool, jacuzzis, tennis court, karaoke rooms and 28 caravans.
Easy & convenient access
Access will be made even more convenient when the proposed highway, estimated to be complete around 2007 is ready. Traveling time from KLIA is 45 minutes, Kuala Lumpur 1 hour 20 minutes, Melaka 45 minutes, Singapore 2 hours 30 minutes.
The Federal Administration enclave of Putrajaya and Sepang FI Circuit are also close-by.
:: How to get there
From Kuala Lumpur-Seremban North-South highway, exit at the second Seremban/Port Dickson toll and head for the Seremban/Port-Dickson highway. At the end of the highway you will come across a crossroad. Go straight and you will see a roundabout. Turn left and go straight all the way where you will bypass the Blue Lagoon at 10th Miles. Continue going straight until you reach to 13th Miles where you will see Palm Springs Resort City on your right.
Resort Properties Overview
|| Duta Grand Resort Suites ||
|| Duta Villas Golf Resort ||
Palm Springs Resort City homes present a great investment opportunity not only for the family unit, but also for companies to hold their in-house training, family days, outings and leisure activities.