Port Dickson Ultimate Guide: Include Things To Do In Port Dickson, Food To Eat In Port Dickson, Where To Stay In Port Dickson & How To Go To Port Dickson From Singapore

Located in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, Port Dickson has been receiving natural lovers and food enthusiasts from all over the world.

With magnificent sea views and harmony atmosphere, it homes to 18km stretches of beautiful beaches that fringed by palm trees and casuarinas.

Nevertheless, there are so many Port Dickson attractions that you will always have plenty of things to do & activities in Port Dickson.

While Dubai has Palm Island, Port Dickson boasts a “Hibiscus Island” which has elegant hibiscus-like landscape seen from above.

There are many beautiful sightseeing places and local delicacies await you at Pork Dickson and you should definitely add Port Dickson to your itinerary checklist.

And in today’s post,  I’m going to share with you all about Port Dickson travel info that I found.

Are you ready for your short weekend getaways from Singapore yet? Let’s check’em out:

How To Go To Port Dickson From Singapore

1. Private Car From Singapore To Port Dickson

Port Dickson is located at the west coast of Malaysia. It is easily accessible and requires a four hours’ drive from Singapore to Port Dickson.

After crossing the Causeway Link from Singapore, head off north to the North-South Expressway and make your way to Port Dickson Interchange (Exit 219). You will enter Seremban-Port Dickson Highway (E29) which connects to cities in Port Dickson. After a short drive, you will reach your destination.

Private Car To Port Dickson (SGMYTAXI)

If you prefer private car services, we recommend SGMYTAXI Company because it is the top leading private car company in Singapore. Most importantly, they aim at offering personalised and heart-warming services and putting customers first no matter what.

Their spacious and air-conditioning fleets will ensure a pleasant trip. Book your ride online at SGMYTAXI.com.


  • Direct access to Port Dickson.
  • Customized pick-up point
  • Hassle-free, need not to clear immigrations.
  • Comfortable, fast and safe.
  • More benefits about private car services, click here: Advantages of Using Private Car


  • Cost higher than coach services

2. Coach / Bus From Singapore To Port Dickson

There are many bus companies in Singapore that offers direct coach services to Port Dickson.

The overall journey takes approximately 5 hours including one washroom break. Normally, a one way ticket costs SGD$35 but the price may rise to SGD$50 during peak season.

Golden Coach

To convenient the visitors, the bus usually drop off at hotels in Port Dickson. The frequent drop-off points in Port Dickson are Grand Lexis Hotel, Lexis Hibiscus Hotel and Avillion Hotel.

For instance, Golden Coach that departs from City Plaza Singapore drops off at Grand Lexis Hotel. Sometimes, the bus may offer drop-off point at Lukut, a small town in Port Dickson.

There are a lot more options available and you may check the schedules online. You can either choose to book online or book at the bus counter.


  • The cheapest ride.
  • Comfortable and safe.
  • Direct transfer service.


  • Need to bring luggage down to clear customs.
  • Fixed pick-up point.


15 Best Things To Do In Port Dickson

1. Pantai Cahaya Negeri

A beautiful and popular tourist destination located 8km away from Port Dickson. With stretches of elegant beach and endless sea view over the horizon, some people even affirm that Pantai Cahaya Negeri is the best beach in Port Dickson.

Also read: 31 Best Things To Do In Johor Bahru (JB)

Pantai Cahaya Negeri at Port Dickson

Besides offering a clean environment, people like the peaceful atmosphere on the beach. They can relax and enjoy all day long at the beach.

Along the coastal area, it boasts many hotels and resorts that offer personalised services. It serves a recreational park with fabulous view of sea and a long bridge that leads you to a mangrove island, Burung Island.

Address: Pantai Cahaya Negeri, Jalan Tanjung Laboh, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan

2. Kota Lukut (Lukut Museum and Fort)

Situated on a hill – Bukit Mati, Lukut Museum and Fort is one of the historical areas in Port Dickson.

The museum showcases artefacts and monuments of Lukut to commemorate the glorious history of Lukut. One of the displayed artefacts is the antiquity from the sunken Dutch battleship.

Also read: Top 10 Must Visit Attractions in Malacca

Lukut Museum and Fort

The fort was first built by Raja Jumaat in 1847 with the intention to monopoly the tin trading. After his death, it was taken over by his son, Raja Bot. In 1997, this museum began its construction and was officially established in 1999.

Entry is free and you may contact their officers for a guided tour.

Muzium Lukut / Lukut Museum Jabatan Muzium Malaysia (Wilayah Selatan)
Lot 730, Kota Lukut, 71010 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 651 2954
Email: pr.ml@jmm.gov.my


3. Wan Loong Chinese Temple

“Dragon of The Clouds” is the literal meaning of Wan Loong Chinese Temple which stands prominently along the Coastal Road. Paying homage to eastern deities like Monkey King and Kuan Yi, you can see the locals offering incense and praying sincerely.

Wan Loong Temple Port Dickson

With eye-catching architectural design and grand fortress wall, this is the largest Chinese temple you can find in Port Dickson. Opposite the temple is PD World Maria Resort and a seafood restaurant that serves delightful seafood dishes.

Wan Loong Chinese Temple PD

Admission is free and the temple opens all day long for exploration. However, do not make any noises during the visitation.

Address: Port Dickson Coastal Road, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.

4. Alive 3D Art Gallery

Alive 3D Art Gallery has three floors that showcase exhibition of 3D arts and paintings. The arts are so real that they create optical illusion that makes you feel like living in a virtual world.

Alive 3D Art Gallery Port Dickson

These isometric arts consist of 5 main themes such as

  • Adventure,
  • Animation,
  • Aquarium,
  • Dart Art,
  • Exotic.

With over 50 pieces of extraordinary 3D drawings, visitors can do any interactions with the arts as long as touching them with care.

The ticket price is RM20 for adult and RM15 for children. For foreigners, the entrance fee costs RM25. Rental of lockers for bags and shoes cost RM2.

Address: No.38-40, Jalan DS 2/1 | Bandar Dataran Segar, 71010 Port Dickson, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 651 5400
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm

5. Army Museum Port Dickson

Aimed at preserving the military history, it takes 4 years to finish constructing this army museum. The museum has 2 ancient army buildings and 9 galleries for exhibition. Entrance is free of charge.

Army Museum PD

The galleries mainly cover the military histories of Malaysia. There is a tunnel that provides information regarding the European involvement. During Malay Emergency period, Communist guerrillas chose this tunnel as a place for entertainment.

Army Museum Port Dickson

Outside the museum, it displays lots of military model such as military aircrafts, armoured vehicles and helicopters. Visitors are welcomed to climb on these hardware to take pictures as a remembrance.

Address: Kem Si Rusa, Excursion Heroes, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 640 9488
Opening Hours: 10:00am – 5:00pm


6. Cape Rachado Lighthouse, Tanjung Tuan Beach, Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve

Tanjung Tuan offers plenty of sigh-seeing places as well as beautiful beaches. At the Tanjung Tuan Beach, the water is clear and tourist can totally indulge in its peaceful atmosphere.

Tanjung Tuan Beach Port Dickson

The beach is covered by mangrove swamps and tropical rainforest and the area was gazetted as forest reserve since 1921. Now, it is called Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve and there are trails for jungle trekking.

Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve Port Dickson

From the forest reserve, there are trails that lead you to Cape Rachado Lighthouse. It is the oldest lighthouse in Malaysia built by Portugese. There are two staircases that lead you high up for birdwatching.

Cape Rachado Lighthouse PD

7. PD Ostrich Farm

PD Ostrich Farm receives many tourists each year. In the farm there are many activities offered such as animal feeding, ostrich riding, taking pictures with corn snakes and visitors can stand on ostrich egg to test its hardness.

Also read: Desaru Ostrich Farm: Discover Chickaboo In JB

Port Dickson Ostrich Farm

After expanding the farm area, it is now home to many other animals such as goats, fowls, turkeys and ducks. There are also rabbits and cats for sale.

At the on-site cafeteria it serves ostrich food such as burgers with ostrich meat and ostrich satay. It’s a bit cruel eating them after visiting the farm so we recommend you to try them before the tour.

Address: Lot 1419, Jalan Kemang 13, Batu 9, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Port Dickson, Malaysia.
Contact: +6012 – 331 7770 / +6019 – 360 4466
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 17:30 everyday


8. Saujana Beach

Clean, peaceful and offering shady trees, people often head off to Saujana Beach to enjoy bonding times with their family. There are food stalls around but sometimes they prefer having picnic at the beach.

Saujana Beach Port Dickson

The beach is located along the fourth mile of beach road with the entrance opposite to the night market. Visitors can enjoy jet skiing, banana boat and kite flying here. Due to its spacious area, camping activities are available and campfire can be set out at night.

Also read: Lotus Desaru Beach Resort

9. Teluk Kemang Beach

Teluk Kemang is the most crowded and most popular beach in Port Dickson because the street market is just in front of it. And also, there are many resorts, hotels, restaurant and food stalls within close proximity.

Teluk Kemang Beach PD

During weekend, the beach is extremely crowded with people and the sea is full of motorized water sports. To convenient the visitors, the facilities that provided at the beach are bathrooms, walkways, car parks and gazebos.

The beach hosts an annual event, Port Dickson Festival but most of the times the area was taken over for recreational activities.

10. Bagan Pinang Beach

Offering soothing atmosphere, Bagan Pinang Beach is a 4.5km beach that offer less water sports. Nevertheless, you can walk to a mangrove island to see the lifestyles of local fishermen during low tide.

Bagan Pinang Beach

11. Tanjung Gemuk Beach

Port Dickson also boasts a quiet beach named Tanjung Gemuk Beach which located along the second mile. It features a small playground and gazebos overlooking the sea.

Tanjung Gemuk Beach

12. Cermin Beach

Located right behind the Blue Lagoon is Cermin Beach that offers clean orange sands with good texture. Besides providing endless sea view, it’s also a spot that provides wonderful views of mangroves and rainforest.

Also read: How To Get To Desaru From Singapore (Complete Travel  Guide)

13. Blue Lagoon Beach

Enveloped by dense forests, Blue Lagoon Beach is a small beach located within a bay. The beach is beautiful and safe as the bay protects it from strong currents.

When it comes to low tide, it’s still safe even if you’re walking far from the shoreline. Sometimes you may encounter coral reefs below the water surface.

The attracting part is, due to its close distance with Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve, it’s common if you see monkeys, squirrels, fowls and migratory birds around the beach.

14. Tanjung Tuan Beach

A secluded beach 17km away from Port Dickson, visitors need to trek through the jungle in order to arrive at Tanjung Tuan Beach. It preserves pristine nature and offers sightseeing of wildlife too.

15. Purnama Beach

Purnama Beach is truly worth visiting as it offers a tranquil environment. It’s often a romantic dating place among the couples especially in the evening.


8 Best Hotels In Port Dickson

1. Avillion Hotel Port Dickson

Avillion Hotel Port Dickson is a luxury and beautiful 5 star hotel that requires 15 minutes walk to beach in Port Dickson. Sightseeing places are within close proximity to the hotel.

Avillion Hotel Port Dickson

Furnished in traditional village architecture, water chalets that built on stilts and overlook the sea are their most sought after accommodations followed by garden chalets. All the rooms feature free wifi, flat screen TV and a mini-fridge.

One Bedroom Water Villa Avillion Port Dickson

Photo credits: avillionportdickson.net

Featuring complimentary facilities such as swimming pools, kids playground, tennis courts and a fitness centre, the hotel aims at providing a pleasant stay in nature. The hotel also offers Avi Spa that provides comprehensive body massages and treatments.

At their restaurant, guests can truly indulge in the cosy atmosphere while enjoying delicious meals ranging from local cuisines to international ones.

Address: Avillion Port Dickson, 3rd Miles, Jalan Pantai, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 647 6688


2. Grand Lexis Port Dickson

Grand Lexis Port Dickson is awarded Travellers’ Choice by TripAdvisor in 2016. Offering unlimited rejuvenation and serenity, this award-winning hotel provides luxury through multiple indulging experiences.

Grand Lexis PD View

Photo credits: grandlexispd.com

Standing in a strategic location, the hotel is easily accessible to the beach and many sightseeing places in the township area. This 5-star hotel offers Balinese-like villas and each features an infinity pool and well-equipped with modern amenities.

Pool Villa at Grand Lexis Port Dickson

Photo credits: grandlexispd.com

Several dining options are offered by the hotel. Their Genn Japanese Restaurant and Duyung Restaurant serve exquisite local and western cuisines. There is also a Pool Café and Lanun Bar that serves wide array of beverages and drinks.

It provides Ballroom and meeting facilities for conference and seminars. Wedding and other private events can be held here too. Also, kindly take pleasure at their Lex Spa for body massages by professional therapists.

Address: Batu 2, Jalan Seremban, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 653 2000
E-mail: reservations@grandlexispd.com


3. Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson (PD) Resort Hotel

Inspired and built by concept of luxury, Lexis Hibiscus Hotel features steam room and private pool in every suites and villas. On top of that, the rooms offer magnificent sea view of Straits of Malacca.

Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson (PD) Resort Hotel

Photo credits: lexishibiscuspd.com

For dining, they offer 3 lounges, 2 bars, 2 restaurants and a coffee house. Cuisines served here emphasise on freshness and taste. Also, they serve refreshing beverages include cocktails and wines.

Also read: 7 Best Resorts In Port Dickson

Indulge in jet skiing, banana boat and kayaking at the nearby beach. They will continuously come out with new activities to entertain the guests.

Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson Hotel Resort

Photo credits: lexishibiscuspd.com

Their outdoor facilities are excellent too! They offer bicycle for hire, shuttle buggy services to any places within hibiscus and shuttle bus services heading to Port Dickson township. Other featured facilities include Yoyo Car, an amusement ride and Ninebot Segway, a fun transportation tool.

Address: 12th Mile, Jalan Pantai, Pasir Panjang, 71250 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan,
Contact: +606 – 660 2626
Email:   reservations@lexishibiscuspd.com

4. Thistle Port Dickson Hotel

Thistle Port Dickson Hotel that nestled in 10th mile offers stretches of beach from Purnama Beach to Blue Lagoon Beach. Set on 89 acres of land, the hotel also features beachfront rooms, elegant gardens and a 9 hole golf course.

Thistle Hotel Port Dickson

With 251 luxury rooms offered, each of them is well-furnished and is equipped with complimentary amenities. Draw the curtains wide and the rooms will come along with enchanting sea views of Straits of Malacca.

Thistle Port Dickson Hotel

The hotel provides Chinese cuisines and Italian cuisines that served in respective restaurant. For coffees and drinks, they feature a coffee house and a Lobby Café with sea views.

Featured facilities include a big swimming pool with a Jacuzzi for relaxation. Beside them is children’s pool with attached water slides. Spa and fitness centre are also available here.

Address: KM16 Jalan Pantai, Teluk Kemang, 71050 Port Dickson, Malaysia.
Tel: +606 – 648 2828


5. Eagle Ranch Port Dickson

Ideally located at 14th mile of Pantai Road, Eagle Ranch Port Dickson is perfect for a tropical adventure. Well known for corporate excursions, the resort will come out with the best team-building programmes to motivate the participants.

Eagle Ranch Port Dickson

A wide array of recreational games and facilities are offered here. They offer obstacle course with 5 main elements, teambuilding games, management games, night activities, horse riding, map reading and go-kart to train leadership skills and emphasise on teamwork.

Eagle Ranch PD

For accommodation, they offer log cabins, longhouse, paddock chalets, dormitories and tepees. These accommodations are simple and provide a local living experience to the fullest.

The resort also offers banquet and meeting facilities for workshops, banquet and other events. Their restaurant serves a’ la carte dishes and other light snacks.

Address: Lot 544, Batu 14, Jalan Pantai 71250 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 661 0495 / +606 – 661 0829

6. Avillion Admiral Cove Hotel

Avillion Admiral Cove hotel is merely 10 minutes’ drive from Avillion Hotel. It features colonial heritage design in modern style and offers sparking view of Strait of Malacca.

Avillion Admiral Cove Hotel Port Dickson

Photo credits: avillionadmiralcove.com

The hotel offers 316 rooms that offer ultimate tranquillity. The rooms come with a private balcony that opens up to sea so that the guests can enjoy sunrise and sunset.

Avillion Admiral Cove Hotel PD

Photo credits: avillionadmiralcove.com

Offering romantic ambience, the hotel organises wedding ceremony whether it is a lovely beach wedding, a fairy-tale garden wedding or an incredible marina wedding. Also, they offer spacious ballroom for big meetings and conference.

The restaurant here serves delicious cuisines ranging from local favourites to western cuisines. Eateries can also enjoy the breathtaking sea views while dining here.

Activities offered:

  • Archery
  • Avillion Cruise
  • Beach Soccer
  • Bicycle
  • Sailing
  • Frisbee
  • Kayaking
  • Kite Flying
Address: 5½ Mile, Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson, 71050 Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 647 0888


7. Bayu Beach Resort

Fronting the Straits of Malacca, Bayu Beach Resort offers unparalleled sea views as it is situated along the elegant beach. It can be accessed easily from the highway.

Bayu Beach Resort Port Dickson

At Bayu Beach Resort, every effort made is to make guests feel themselves at home. It features 228 rooms including apartments and studio rooms. Coffee-tea making facilities, refrigerator, air-conditioning and a flat-screen TV are equipped in every room and some come with an elegant balcony.

The resort is perfect for business travellers as it boasts various meeting facilities for conference and meetings. 24 hours security is provided to ensure the travellers’ safety during their stay.

Gets your adrenaline rushing by enjoying the water sports such as boating, jet skiing and banana boat riding. Otherwise, immerse in the Jacuzzi for some quiet moments.

Address: 4.5 Miles, Jalan Pantai, Mukim Si Rusa, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 647 3703
Fit Booking: rsvn@bayubeach.com.my
Group Booking: bayu_sales@bayubeach.com.my
General Email: exec@bayubeach.com.my

8. Corus Paradise Resort Port Dickson

Strategically located in Port Dickson, Corus Paradise Resort connects to North-South Highway easily. Once you step into the resort’s area, you’ll be greeted passionately by warm sea breeze and endless sea view over the horizon.

Corus Paradise Resort PD

Featuring 200 en-suite rooms, each of them comes with modern amenities to provide utmost comfort. Their spacious and tastefully furnished rooms provide incredible view of sea.

Corus Paradise Resort Port Dickson

Dine at Dickson’s Coffeehouse that brings you to cosy atmosphere with great sea views. Their experienced chefs will serve you delightful local cuisines to fill up your appetite.

The resort pays much attention to children. Children below 12 are free of charge and they provide water slides for them. Games Room and a recreation centre for archery are also introduced in the resort.

Address: 3.5km, Jalan Pantai, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Contact: +606 – 647 7600
Fax: (606) 647 7630
Email: resvn@corusparadisepd.com


What To Eat In Port Dickson

1. Double Queue Port Dickson (Double Queue Thai Cuisine)

Enjoy authentic Thai cuisine in Double Queen Port Dickson that offers modern and clean environment. As the dishes come in big portion, you may share them with friends.

Also read: What To Eat in Johor Bahru: 65 Best Food in JB To Dine in

Double Queue Thai Cuisine Port Dickson

The menu offers wide range of Thai food that includes Tomyam soup, Krapow beef, Phad Thai, Red Curry, and pandan chicken. Most of the food is spicy but they offer refreshing drinks and exquisite desserts.

Double Queue Thai Cuisine

The restaurant is known for their fast and quality services. Also, they play soft music to ensure an indulging dining experience.

Address: 4-G-18, Persiaran Waterfront, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Contact: +606 – 646 3139
Opening Hours:
Monday to Sunday: 11.00am – 11.00pm

2. Lucky Seafood PD Restaurant (Lucky King Bun)

The restaurant has successfully made Lucky King Bun well-known in every street of Port Dickson. It is truly a must-eat cuisine in Port Dickson.

Also read: 13 Cheap & Good Food Near JB Checkpoint

Lucky King Bun Famous Dish

Lucky King Bun is a unique yet appetising dish which Chicken Curry is served inside a big bun. To explain more specifically, the bun is cut into petal slices and the Chicken Curry is put in the middle, wrapped in an aluminium foil.

Come to the restaurant as early as you can as it often sold out in the blink of eyes.

4366, Taman Aman, Jalan Besar, Lukut, 71010 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 651 2392
Opening Hours:
Daily: 11.30am – 10.00pm


3. Restaurant Mian Jiu

Restaurant Mian Jiu is a humble and old restaurant in Port Dickson. People come here for their strong tasting food, “La Zha Mee” which means “Dirty Noodles” in English. Normally, it is sold out before 10:00am.

Restaurant Mian Jiu "Dirty Noddles"

“La Zha Mee” is served in dry noodles or soupy noodles. It is simple and looks like fried mee that usually served in coffee shop. The noodles have a savoury taste but after chewing for times, a sweetish flavour comes along.

Address: No. 1854, Jalan Besar, Lukut, Negri Sembilan, Malaysia
Contact: +6012 – 353 8307 / +6012 – 905 8663
Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Sunday: 7:00am to 1:00pm
Closed on: Monday

4. TINO’s Pizza

A clean and small shop located just along the road. TINO’s homemade dishes are too delightful to savour and, even their owner is friendly and caring. You feel good while buying the Italian food here.

TINO’s Pizza at Port Dickson

From pasta to pizza, all of them are made from fresh ingredients and hence, the quality of food is ensured.

A small tip to you is that when you see crowds here, come again at other times as extremely long and slow waiting time is needed.

Address: Bazaar MARA, Batu 3 3/4, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Contact: +6017 – 620 5405
Opening Hours:
Sunday to Friday: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am – 10.00pm


5. Ah Cui Bak Kut Teh

Ah Cui Restaurant is famous for its flavourful Bak Kut Teh that comes along with vegetables, “you tiao”, meat and mushrooms. The restaurant was complimented by many gourmets and it has been receiving several culinary awards.

Also read: 7 Best Bak Kut Teh in Johor Bahru

Ah Cui Bak Kut Teh at Port Dickson

Boar meat Bak Kut Teh that gives off aroma smell is the restaurant’s highlight and the most special dishes. It can be served in either dry or soupy version. People also like the wine chicken, curry fish and vinegar trotters that served here.

Address: No.40, Jalan Pasar Baru Lukut, Lukut, 71010 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +6013 – 378 2172
Opening Hours:
Monday to Sunday: 8:30am – 2:30pm, 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Closed on: Tuesday


6. Restoran Chardin Seaview

Built near to the beach, guests can enjoy sea breeze while enjoying dining in Chardin Seaview Restaurant, one of the famous seafood restaurant in Port Dickson.

Restoran Chardin Seaview

Offering wide range of halal menu, tofu, crabs and prawns are the most ordered dishes in the restaurant. Besides, the restaurant strives at offering simple and clean environment to ensure a fine dining experience.

The waiters are friendly to recommend you their daily’s highlight. Prices are reasonable for all of the food.

Address: Batu 1, Jalan Seremban, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 647 4569 / +606 – 647 5188
Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 11:00am – 3:00pm, 5:30pm – 11:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am – 3:00pm, 5:30pm – 12:00am
Sunday: 11:00am – 3:45pm, 5:30pm – 11:00pm