Avillion Village Resort is a popular resort hotel chain in Port Dickson, the fun beach and tourist site of Negeri Sembilan. Situated a mere 45 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, this place is a popular weekend holiday retreat. This resort is still very well maintained to the highest standards although its developer is unknown and the development is old and established.
Avillion Village Resort boasts a location that sits amongst lush greenery and is yet sea fronting, on 23 acres of land on the coast of the Straits of Malacca. There are 240 units available, whereby a highly limited number are for sale while the majority are for rent to holiday makers. Due to demand and limited units, prices are high, and a 542 sf unit sells for about RM298,000.
Each unit at the Avillion Village Resort is tastefully decorated, with the design and layout having won the Malaysian Institute of Architect’s Excellence Award in 2010. Besides its excellent design, each room is also built-up with air-conditioners and balconies that are paired with excellent views of the Straits of Malacca.
Renters and buyers will get to experience the high life at Avillion Village Resort with room service from four different restaurants serving different cuisines, or if able to drag oneself from their rooms, residents may also enjoy the al-fresco cafes by the pool side. As night entertainment is scarce in Port Dickson, the resort provides with air-conditioned karaokes, bars and an open air sunken bar and also lounge.
Residents of Avillion Village Resort who wish to travel out of their temporary or permanent homes, will be able to find a fair number of convenience shops a few minutes drive away from the resort. The local hospital that serves this area is the Port Dickson Hospital, and long term tenants will be pleased to know that their children’s education will not be neglected as there are number of primary as well as secondary schools in the area.
Avillion Village Resort is connected to the town and city via the main road of Port Dickson, Jalan Pantai. The name of the road literally translates to “Beach Road”, which is an apt name for it as the sea can be seen no matter where one is on any stretch of the road. Public transportation is sketchy at best, and visitors are advised to have their own private transport.