Port Dickson district comprises 5 sub-districts or better known as mukim. They are Port Dickson (town area), Si-Rusa, Pasir Panjang, Linggi and Jimah. Each of them comprises smaller towns.
Mukim Port Dickson
Mukim Port Dickson is the district administrative centre as it is where Port Dickson Town, the prime mover for administrative and economic sectors is situated. The prime activities or economic sources are industrial, business, fisheries and hotel sectors. Esso and Shell oil refineries are examples of key industrial contributors available within mukim Port Dickson. Examples of hotels located here are the The Legend, Glory Beach Resort, Legacy Hotel, Corus and Sunshine Bay. The Kota Lukut Fort and Selangor Royal Mausoleum in Lukut Town are a few of the tourism products found in Port Dickson.
Port Dickson is the main gateway for foreign visitors to the state of Negeri Sembilan as there is a passenger ferry port from Indonesia here. Apart from that, the bus and taxi terminal is the main transportation complex connecting Port Dickson with other towns in the whole of Negeri Sembilan including Kuala Lumpur.
Mukim Si Rusa
Mukim Si Rusa is known for its beautiful and sloping Pantai Saujana. The Hotel industry is the key economic sector in this sub-district followed by the government, business, fishery and agricultural sectors. Examples of hotels located here are the Golden Straits Villas (GSV), Avillion Port Dickson, Bayu Beach Resort, Seri Malaysia, Selesa Beach Resort and many more. There is also an education centre within this sub-district such as the Port Dickson Polytechnic which offers various types of skill courses at certificate and diploma levels. The main tourism product is the Army Force Museum which is the largest war memorial in Malaysia. The Pantai Teluk Kemang is another attraction which adds up to the list of interesting places.
Mukim Pasir Panjang
Mukim Pasir Panjang starts from the Polytechnic in Batu 9, Jalan Pantai right up to Ayer Hitam in Pengkalan Kempas. The main economic sectors in this sub-district are from fisheries and agriculture. This is due to the large existence of mangroves which is suitable for fishing and also several oil palm plantations. Apart from that, the hotel sector also contributes towards the economy. Among the hotels located here are the Thistle PD Resort, PNB Ilham Resort, Rachado Beach Point, Palm Spring, Primaland, Eagle Ranch Resort and Port Dickson Sanctuary. Some other tourism products such as Pasir Panjang Recreational Forest, Tanjung Tuan Light House, Kuala Sungai Linggi and Sungai Sekawang fishermen village are also located within this area.
The main economic activities are oil palm plantation, business and fishery. The existence of power plants such as the Jimah Power Plant also contributes to the economy and provides job opportunities to the local residents in this area. The famous tourism product here is the Kelong Memancing Kuala Lukut (Fishing Stakes) which is the main attraction for avid anglers from all around Negeri Sembilan as well as Klang Valley. Chalets, restaurants and baits are also provided. Apart from that, the latest tourism product here is the hot spring situated in the Chin Teck Farm, Bandar Spring Hill.
Agriculture is the largest and main economic sector here. Pengkalan Kempas Historical Complex, which is administered by the Department of Museums Malaysia is the main tourism product here. Apart from that, Sungai Linggi and Pengkalan Kempas Jetty are attractions here which are rich with flora and fauna. You will witness the nature’s beauty while cruising along the Linggi River.