Monday, 29 January 2018

Port Dickson, Malaysia

About an hour and a half south of Kuala Lumpur, on the straits of Malacca, sits the small town of Port Dickson. It's kind of a gritty place, an old port town that's been spun into a cheap beach resort.

Leisure and commerce, mingling.


Plenty of concrete block hotels with their resort pools.

Coast view from a seaside restaurant. Oil processing is the main industry these days, with a large pier in place for offloading oil tankers.


The tropical fantasy, emblazoned on various surfaces around town. 

Beach view.

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