Pantai Cahaya Negeri, Port Dickson
In my previous post El Catcus, Port Dickson, I mentioned that the Port Dickson local office is really trying to beautify Port Dickson. Pantai Cahaya Negeri is one such place. Below are some pictures I took to give you an idea of what I mean.
A shady picnic area for families
The local Majlis even build little Gazebos with tables.
They have even cleaned up the beach. Now it looks like we are somewhere else.
There is a bridge to a mangrove island, where you can walk over to it.
Pulau Burung across Pantai Cahaya Bulan
After you cross the bridge you will reach a wooden pathway.
I think they build this walkway recently cause the wood still smells fresh.
Its also very educational as all along the pathway there is little plaque highlight the types of trees found here.
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