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THE LEXIS (OR FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE LEGEND WATER CHALETS), PORT DICKSON


Dear valued customers,
WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE. PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT THIS WEBSITE HAS NO CONNECTION WITH THE OFFICIAL LEXIS / LEGEND WATER CHALETS OFFICIAL WEBSITE.

WE ARE OFFERING COMPETITIVE RATE FOR A STAY AT THE LEXIS / LEGEND WATER CHALETS. THIS RATE IS FOR PRIVATE UNITS LOCATED IN THE SAME RESORT.

WE ARE NOT ABLE TO MANAGE GROUP BOOKING THAT REQUIRE ACTIVITY PACKAGES (F&B, SEMINAR ROOM, SEMINAR ROOM, RENTAL OF RESORT FACILITIES, ETC)

CURRENTLY, WE HAVE ONLY PREMIUM POOL VILLA AT THE GRAND LEXIS / LEGEND INTERNATIONAL HOMES.


ATTENTION! - ANNOUNCEMENT

ALL UNITS HAVE BEEN FULLY BOOKED FOR  
(no fully booked date yet)

SUPER PEAK DATE IN 2014
30 JAN, 31 JAN, 1 FEB 2014 - CNY 
25, 26,27, 28 & 29 JULY 2014 - AIDILFITRI
(BOOKING FOR 3D2N ONLY ON ANY DATE)

THE LEXIS PORT DICKSON (formerly known as THE LEGEND WATER CHALETS)
Private Units For Daily rent
For reservation & information, please
call/sms Zack 019-2184563
(I prefer sms - easy to reply, can avoid miss call, can give me enough time to response & check the availability)
or email to holidaypd@gmail.com


OUR SCHEDULE OF RATE (2014)

On which date is the weekend/public holiday rate apply?
Please refer this calendar:
MALAYSIA HOLIDAY CALENDAR
REFER TO THIS LINK

** SUPER PEAK DAYS - ADDITIONAL RM50 WILL BE CHARGED FOR ALL TYPES OF CHALET
SUPER PEAK DATE (open for 3D2N booking only)


If you think our rate is expensive,
please compare with other official published rates.


WATER CHALET LAYOUT
click on the image to enlarge

FULL SEAVIEW?
WHAT'S SO SPECIAL ABOUT IT?

1. Uncovered view from your balcony. 100% privacy...
This is the nice scenery from a full seaview chalet. In other normal seaview chalets, your view will be facing other's balconies



. Deeper sea level. More fishes & crabs - the most suitable chalet if you come for fishing or crabbing.

3. Flat screen TV  for better viewing of your favorite TV shows & DVD Player available. Bring your own favorite DVD, watch it all day long while fishing & crabbing... 

EXPERIENCE THE NEW EXCITEMENT

You want to have a memorable vacation in Port Dickson with your love couples/family but you want to pay less?
Don't worry, we have the solution... This is the best way to show your appreciation to your love ones... Pay less for a stay at an exclusive chalet...

PRIVATE OWNER UNITS AT THE LEXIS PORT DICKSON (formerly known as THE LEGEND WATER CHALETS) FOR DAILY RENT - DELUXE / EXECUTIVE / PREMIUM WATER CHALET

fantastic & romantic place to be
Unique & award winning design
4 Stars resort opened in December 2007

Resort free facilities - swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, children playground, etc
Room facilities - balcony, standing shower, large bath tub, fridge, kettle, towels, TV with selected cable channels, etc

Balcony facing the sea - can fishing & crabbing from your balcony

Suitable for honeymoon couple or small family

Room condition is almost similar to the photo seen in the internet...
CRAB NET & FISHING ROD RENTAL PROMOTION

SUBJECT TO CRAB NET & FISHING ROD AVAILABILITY

3 CRAB NETS + BAIT = RM50 PER NITE RENTAL

2 FISHING RODS + BAIT = RM50 PER NITE RENTAL

INCREASE YOUR CHANCES TO CATCH AS MANY CRABS & FISHES AS POSSIBLE IN ONE NITE !

BOOK NOW !!!

DELUXE WATER CHALETS

Size of unit - 418 square feet
Bedding – 1 King & 1 Day Bed
(Suitable for 2 adults + 2 children)
Standing shower (for full seaview unit - standing shower is separated)
Large bath tub
Private Balcony
1 Solid glass panel for viewing the sea beneath the floor (lower unit only)

DELUXE UPPER WATER CHALET
normal seaview
booking code : DUN

number of units : 1 unit

Weekday rate (check in Sunday to check in Thursday) :
Only RM230 per night (without breakfast)

Weekend rate (check in Fri & Sat) / Public Holiday / School Holiday :
Only RM270 per night (without breakfast)

Super peak rate :
Only RM320 per night (without breakfast)

DELUXE LOWER WATER CHALET
normal seaview
booking code : DLN

number of units : 2 units

Weekday rate (check in Sunday to check in Thursday) :
Only RM250 per night (without breakfast)

Weekend rate (check in Fri & Sat) / Public Holiday / School Holiday :
Only RM300 per night (without breakfast)

Super peak rate :
Only RM350 per night (without breakfast)

DELUXE LOWER FULL SEAVIEW WATER CHALET
booking code : DLF

number of units : 1 unit only

Weekday rate (check in Sunday to check in Thursday) :
Only RM300 per night (without breakfast)

Weekend rate (check in Fri & Sat) / Public Holiday / School Holiday :
Only RM370 per night (without breakfast)


Super peak rate :
Only RM420 per night (without breakfast)

THIS UNIT IS HOT! FEEL THE DIFFERENT! VALUE FOR MONEY!

EXECUTIVE WATER CHALETS


EXECUTIVE WATER CHALET
normal seaview
booking code : ESN

number of units : 0 unit (currently not available)

Size of unit - 510 square feet
Bedding – 1 King & 1 Day Bed
(Suitable for 2 adults + 2 children)
Standing shower
Large bath tub
Private Balcony
1 Solid glass panel for viewing the sea beneath the floor



PREMIUM WATER CHALETS

PREMIUM WATER CHALET normal seaview
booking code : PSN
 
number of units : 1 unit

Size of unit - 605 square feet
Located on top of seawater,
Bedding – 1 King & 1 Queen
(Allowable occupancy : 6 adults or 4 adults + 2 children)
Standing shower
Large bath tub
Private Balcony
2 Solid glass panels for viewing the sea beneath the floor

Weekday rate (check in Sunday to check in Thursday) : Only RM370 per night (without breakfast)

Weekend rate (check in Friday & Saturday) / Public Holiday / School Holiday :
Only RM420 per night (without breakfast)

Super peak rate :  
Only RM460 per night (without breakfast)

 
PREMIUM FULL SEAVIEW WATER CHALET  
booking code : PSF
number of units : 1 unit 

Size of unit - 605 square feet
Located on top of seawater,
Bedding – 1 King & 1 Queen
(Allowable occupancy : 6 adults or 4 adults + 2 children)
Standing shower
Large bath tub
Private Balcony
2 Solid glass panels for viewing the sea beneath the floor

Weekday rate (check in Sunday to check in Thursday) : Only RM390 per night (without breakfast)

Weekend rate (check in Friday & Saturday) / Public Holiday / School Holiday :
Only RM490 per night (without breakfast)

Super peak rate :  
Only RM540 per night (without breakfast) 




PREMIUM TOWER SEAVIEW

PREMIUM TOWER FULL SEAVIEW
booking code : PT 
number of units : 0 unit (currently not available)
Size of unit - 605 square feet
Located in the main building
Bedding – 1 King & 1 Queen
(Suitable for 6 adults or 4 adults + 2 children)
Standing shower
Large bath tub
Private Balcony, nice view of chalets and sea from the top





HOW TO GET THERE?

GPS COORDINATE
2.551167, 101.796845

Accessibility - The distance of the Resort is approximately 100 km south of Kuala Lumpur and a leisurely drive would take about an hour. It is also about 20 minutes drive from Seremban.
The Resort is easily accessible via the PLUS Expressway. Take Seremban/Port Dickson exit (RM7.20 toll from Sungai Besi Toll Plaza) and then enter Seremban-Port Dickson Highway (RM3.20 per entry). Take Lukut/Sepang exit and drive about 5 km to the resort.

Location - The resort is located at Pantai Tanjung Gemok, the northern part of Port Dickson nearer to Lukut Town. Adjacent to this resort is Glory Beach Resort.

Road Signboard - Many road signboards are located at strategic junctions along the road to guide you to the resort. You may refer to Glory Beach Resort signboards and The Lexis signboards - you will reach for the same location.

Address - Batu 2, Pantai Tanjung Gemok, Jalan Seremban, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan

INTERESTING VIEWS...


PANORAMIC VIEWS

chalet from top view

chalets - side view

Swimming pool

Fishing at the corridor

Crabbing from chalet's balcony

Dawn view from the balcony..... rejuvenating & calm....

sunset from chalet's balcony..... peaceful.....

Night scenery... quiet & romantic...


INSIDE VIEWS

Glass panel on the floor (single & lower units only)
- not only loving couples love this place, children also !!!

Large bath tub in every chalet...

Top open air shower room (single & upper unit only)

TV & freezer in every chalet

Coffee making facilities in every chalet

ACTUAL PHOTO...

Many people asking whether what I am offering here is what they saw in the internet. I understand their concern on the condition and quality of the chalets. So, I posted here some of the photo of the actual chalets. These photo are taken by myself :)

I hope no more questions regarding this matter. The testimonials on the right side panel is the true evident.

jacuzzi bath tub

1 king & 1 queen beds (premium chalet only)
with one glass panel infront the bed (the other glass panel is in the bathroom)

premium chalet - one glass panel infront the bed (the other glass panel is in the bathroom),
tv, freezer (in the closet), writing table and balcony.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

We also can provide cheaper additional services to our guests:

1. FOLDED MATTRESS + EXTRA BLANKET
Folded mattress with blanket
Only RM20.00 per nite

2. FISHING ROD SET + BAIT
Only RM30.00 per nite

3. CRABBING NET + BAIT
Very easy to use and catch medium size crab! Just put the bait inside the net, lower it down into the sea and pull it up every 5-10 minutes. You may get 10-20 crabs per nite. No skill required...
Only RM20.00 per nite

For reservation & information, please
call/sms Zack 019-2184563
or email to holidaypd@gmail.com

PORT DICKSON WEEKLY WHEATHER FORECAST & MONTHLY TIDE TABLE

FOR KAKI PANCING, TO FIND OUT WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO BRING ALONG YOUR FISHING GEARS, OR TO FIND OUT WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO GO TO THE BEACH, PLEASE REFER TO PD TIDE TABLES BELOW...

TIDE TABLE - 2013
Check the tide level of your intended booking date...
WILL BE UPDATED LATERclick on the image to enlargeFISHING & CRABBING EXPERIENCE

Even children can catch fish...

One night catch...

BEACHES IN PD

Beaches are the heart and soul of Port Dickson. This is the primary attraction of what is otherwise a small and sleepy town that gets baked by the sun daily.

The weekdays are actually the best times to go as the beaches are quiet and peaceful, broken only by the sound of waves lapping the shore.

On weekends, there are more people but it is still an enjoyable atmosphere and you’ll be able to find your own cosy spot to relax.

The stretch of beaches starts from Port Dickson town all the way down to Pasir Panjang in the south, which is roughly around 15 km long. Along this long stretch are many popular spots for swimming, sun-bathing and water sports. Most of the hotels and resorts are located from 2nd-8th Miles but a few are scattered further down.

Different beaches offer different kinds of recreational activities; such as water sports such as jet-skiing, canoe riding and parasailing; nature-based activities such as bird watching and jungle-trekking; as well as angling for saltwater fish and crabbing.

THE BLUE LAGOON
The Blue Lagoon is located at the 10th Mile from Port Dickson town, and is one of Port Dickson’s more quiet and peaceful beaches. Sheltered by two capes, a narrow road takes you into this short stretch of beach where a few resorts and guest bungalows provide homely accommodation. The right area of the beach is where most of the visitors go to, while on the left side the beach gradually fades into a swampy area as part of the Cape Rachado forest reserve.

The beach is usually clean and the waters are nice and warm. During the night and at low tide, the shores off the cape on the right side of the beach provide some good hunting ground for crabs. The seas waters melt away at low tide and reveal hundreds of tunnels in the murky sand, which provide some good fun for spearing crabs for the barbeque pit at night.

TELUK KEMANG
Teluk Kemang is Port Dickson’s most popular beach located between miles 7-8. The beach has a wealth of facilities, with shower bays, souvenir shops, car parks and food stalls scattered evenly along the sand. The beach is covered with fine orange sand and dotted with plenty of coconut and casuarina trees. This beach also attracts a high volume of visitors on the weekends so it’s often a party atmosphere!

Teluk Kemang is also the place to go if you’re looking for water sports. You can rent jet skis, speed boats and canoes from operators along the beach. A new attraction is the ‘banana boat’, where a speedboat tows a large and long banana-shaped float that has a group of people perched on it. It provides for some real splashing fun especially when people fall off it!
Note : This article is written by someone else... I just cut & paste for us to share...

TANJUNG TUAN
Tanjung Tuan is also known as Cape Rachado, named after a naval battle between Portuguese and Dutch forces during colonial times. A light house sits on top of a hill on the cape, and is still functional today. The whole cape is actually a forest reserve, with a mix of coastal jungle and mangrove swamps. Nature is at its richest here, and an amazing array of migratory birds can be spotted flying in the air.

Besides watching eagles and kites soar in the sky, there are jungle trails for visitors to follow, enabling them to see the flora and fauna of a coastal forest. The trails also lead to a beautiful unspoilt beach. It is because you need to walk through the jungle to get to the beach that not many come here. However, the sight that greets you at the end of the trail is simply amazing.

The waters are almost crystal clear and an array of rocks landscapes the area. Many trees provide shade and the waves gently lap the shore. Over here, you can swim in complete tranquillity and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, surrounded by pristine natural sights. Between September and March, bird-watchers will have a field day observing migratory birds make their way to and from Sumatra.

BAGAN PINANG BEACH (BATU 2 & BATU 3)

The Bagan Pinang beach is located between 2nd – 3rd miles, making it near the town area. Most of the resorts and hotels are also located in this area. Bagan Pinang is a large and wide expanse of sand that stretches for a few kilometers, and many couples and families enjoy strolling in this area.

This beach is not so crowded and easy to get parking lot. Public Toilet is also available near Mayangsari Resort for the visitors conveniences.

PANTAI BATU 4 (PANTAI CAHAYA NEGERI)
The 4th Mile (Batu 4) beach is a popular and convenient location for most visitors. It is situated in front of Batu 4 Pasar Malam site, making it the most crowded area during every Saturday afternoon (especially during School Holiday). It is not easy to get a parking lot in this area, however the state government has build new parking lot along the beach recently to reduce the jammed condition.

Somewhere towards the end of Batu 4 is a small mangrove swamp, where an area of rocks is revealed during low tide. Many people come here to look for mussels and crabs and you can walk across the rocks and marvel the scenery. This is also a popular spot for fishing and camping. During the mornings and evenings, you can see fishermen casting their lines from rods or nets into the waters.

PLACES OF INTEREST IN PD

THE RACHADO LIGHTHOUSE
The Rachado Lighthouse sits on a hill overlooking the Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve. It is the oldest light house in the country, first built in 1528 before being remodelled over the years to its current look. The lighthouse was originally built by the Portuguese in colonial times to guide its ships, while the area of sea in front of it is where a historical battle between Dutch and Portuguese forces took place.

To access the lighthouse, you need to enter the entrance of the Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve. From there, a steep road takes you up. A warning sign outside prohibits vehicles from entering, but many who do not want to take a long walk will drive their bikes or cars in. At the top, the lighthouse sits on a small hill where you need to climb another 72 steps to reach it.

Once there, walking to the front of the lighthouse will enable you to catch a panoramic view of the Malaccan Straits and the clear blue seas below. Over here, the wind is breezy and the sight of ships sailing in the wide sea is breath-taking. On clear days, you can even catch a glimpse of Sumatra’s outline in the horizon. Also look down at the shore from the top and you can see some corals in the waters.

TANJUNG TUAN RESERVED FOREST
The Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve is a protected park which spans about 80 hectares in size. It is also know as Cape Rachado and it is at the top of the park where the historic lighthouse sits. This small forest reserve consists mostly of coastal forest with some mangroves at the bottom.

The park, though small, is a rich area for flora and fauna, especially birds such as jungle fowls, hawks, buzzards and kites. There are two main jungle trails which can be accessed from the lighthouse area. Both will take you to scenic beaches which are practically unspoilt and pristine.

Tanjung Tuan is located at the 10th Mile of Port Dickson. This is a place that nature-lovers and bird-watchers should not miss. If you don’t mind the short but tiring walk through the forest, the beach is awesome and is probably the most beautiful of Port Dickson’s beaches.

FORT LUKUT
Fort Lukut is located north of Port Dickson in Lukut town; a very short distance away from Port Dickson. Built in 1826, the fort was used by Raja Jumaat to safeguard the tin trade in the area during that era. Raja Jumaat was a famous Bugis chieftain who led the Bugis community which migrated from Indonesia to Lukut.

Climbing up a series of stairs, visitors will be greeted with what looks more like a park than a fort. Indeed little remains of the fort save a few wells, some bricks that line the sides of the hill and a small moat. Instead, this place should be used for recreational purposes or to imagine just how expansive and impressive the fort was in its heydays.

LUKUT MUSEUM
The Lukut Museum is located on the same grounds of Fort Lukut, at the foothill. Housed in a nice wooden bungalow, the museum exhibits a wide range of artifacts and relics relating to the tin mining industry during the olden days of Lukut. The exhibits, posters and dioramas also explain the historical aspect of it, including the wars between local chieftains and the influence of British colonists.

Opened just several years ago, the museum is air-conditioned and separated into four galleries; History of Lukut, Customs and Traditions, Negeri Sembilan and Nassau. Besides artifacts and relicts, visitors can also view photos and models of tin mining equipment. Entrance is free and a food stall is located just outside for snacks and drinks.

THE ARMED FORCES MUSEUM
The Armed Forces Museum is located 8 km away from Port Dickson town in an area where military bases and camps are located. Opened a few years ago, the museum has spacious grounds to house a wide range of former combat vehicles, artillery and planes. The museum is on an elevated land, and a fountain cum monument for fallen soldiers in battle sits in the middle.

Around the monument are rows of decommissioned artillery, trains, vehicles and tanks. There is also a fighter jet plane, a transport plane and a helicopter parked at the sides. There are two buildings; one is an office zone while the other one is where you will find the galleries dictating the successes and achievements of the military, navy and air force. There are models and decoys to demonstrate equipment in the military including historical weapons like canons.

The highlight is a subway tunnel that runs below the building and exits near the cargo plane at the side of the museum grounds. This tunnel is a realistic simulacrum of tunnels used by communist soldiers during the war for communication purposes. At the sides of the tunnel are glass cases displaying weapons and military equipment as well as dioramas of soldiers engaged in meetings, medical treatment and sleep.

FORT KEMPAS
Fort Kempas is about 23km from the lighthouse, there is a small village called Keramat Ujung Pasir. Here you will find a15th century tomb of a leading historical personality, Ulama Sheikh Ahmad Makhtum, with its famous carved megalith. Beside his grave are the famous stone inscriptions or “Batu Bersurat” which depict his struggle and victory.

The mystery surrounding the stone remains unsolved to this day. Of special interest is the ‘ordeal stone’, an ancient lie-detector, through which a person puts his arm when answering questions. If he lies, the stone tightens like a vice.