Sunset at Port Dickson

Picture of the moment: Sunset at Port Dickson beach, Malaysia.
Picture of the moment is a weekly series exhibiting pictures, through which I show you a bit of my journeys and my world.

It is a quiet evening by the beach in Port Dickson. Except for a few, the people have started moving towards their home. Some locals have come to a small market place along the beach which mainly hosts a food court & a few shops. It also has a place to relax, play and watch the sea water changing its color to match the Sun.

sunset at port dickson

Sunset at Port Dickson beach, Malaysia.

The air stands still. Not a single leaf moves, neither the clouds. Even I do not move from the bench where I am siting. Everyone has some kind of contentment, some peace.

sunset at port dickson

Sunset at Port Dickson beach, Malaysia.

What changes is the color of sky… going from soothing blue to inviting purple and then scary black.
And I bid farewell to it…..

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27 thoughts on “Sunset at Port Dickson

  1. Its beautiful! i could sit there forever! and i simply love the chess pattern on the table….that would probably make shankar sit there forever too 🙂

  2. How glorious is that sunset. Because of all the light polution caused by street lighting etc we rarely get to see such beauty here in the north east of England.

  3. Malaysia does have great sunsets. In my opinion, some of the beaches were as good as in Thailand. It’s really a country worth exploring!

  4. @Anu,
    Ha Ha… why do you think I did not move from the place? It was so peaceful watching the surroundings.

    Thank you.

  5. @Nranjan,
    Thank you very much.

    Once again, I repeat, your comment ALWAYS go to spam ! Because you leave extra link to your blog in that. And each time I manually edit it. Please stop advertizing your blog here. Leave it to CommentLuv which does a good job. 🙂

    You don’t subscribe to comments, do you?

    I think I’ll have to write a mail to you.

  6. @clavs,
    Welcome here and thank you.

    @Petty witter,
    England itself is colder than Malaysia and there are times when you can not venture out to see natural beauty. 🙂

  7. @Mridula,
    Thank you.

    Yes, you right. Well, just a few of the beaches are as beautiful as in Thailand. But Malaysia is rich in mountainous range. 🙂

  8. @Shreenidhi,
    Not only Malaysia, many countries have this kind of permanent games, either on table or on the floor.

    Well, here I did not see any pieces but in other countries I have seen they provide.

  9. @Manish,
    Yes, they do. And in some countries huge chess boards are painted on the ground and they provide chess pieces too. 🙂

  10. @Siddhartha,
    Isn’t it beautiful? Who would not like to stay there forever?

    Not only Malaysia, many countries have this kind of permanent board games, either on table or on the ground, especially in Europe.
    And people do care for the facilities provided.

    I wonder what’ll happen if such a thing happens in India. I prefer not to think about it.

  11. What a great job capturing the change in the sky. I loved your text which accompanied the pictures.

  12. Malaysias famous beach resort town Port Dickson offers a weekend away from the bustle of city living………. ..Port Dickson is without a doubt one of Malaysia’s busiest resort towns. Its close proximity to major urban centres like Seremban and ensures that Port Dickson remains the number one weekend beach destination in the southern region of Malaysia..Port Dickson was supposedly named after an Englishman named Dickson although local folklore cannot agree on who exactly Dickson was.

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