Bagan Pinang is a popular beach stretch between 2nd and 4th mile of Port Dickson. A relatively quiet location, the sea waters are gentle and shallow, making it ideal and safe for children to swim. Popular with families, the public facilities are well maintained, including picnic tables with chairs, playgrounds, fitness circuits and a paved walkway lined with gazebos.
At center portion, a small island populated by a dense cluster of mangrove trees can be reached on foot at low tide; this when local fishermen rummage the islet's shoreline for clams and crabs. Bagan Pinang also offers delicious culinary opportunities, including food trucks and restaurants along the main road that serve street-style seafood cuisine.