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The small town of Kota is found in Negeri Sembilan in Malaysia. A train station connects the town via rail, while it is also accessible via road. Within the town you can find a range of traditional village which have protected their archaic architecture. There is no better place to escape the city than Kota, while modern amenities and urban attractions are found nearby. Here we’ll be looking closer at Kota and advising you of the best cuisine, places to stay and nearby attractions.
The quiet, scenic town of Kota halfway between Rembau and Tampin. A public bus route takes you between these areas and the rest of the state. The town itself does not have the greatest variety of tourist attractions, however it does grant a glimpse of traditional living.
Due to the small size and state of traditional living in the area there are no hotels in Kota itself. Instead you should shop in either Rembau, Tampin or Alor Gajah to find the largest variety of accommodation providers.
In the vicinity surrounding the hospital in Alor Gajah, you can find the greatest variety of hotels and guesthouses. Your options begin at 2-star hotels and extend to luxury resorts inclusive of health and wellness facilities. On the outskirts of Alor Gajah you can also find a resort which even offers a golf course.
Rembau and Tampin both offer accommodation ranging from hostels with basic rooms and amenities, to hotels and homestays. The homestays in these towns offer a great way for visitors to see the area and taste the local food. It is hard to beat the comfort and convenience of an entire house, while the owners inform you of the highlights of the area.
The state of Negeri Sembilan has some of the best mountain climbing in Malaysia. Pick from Mount Datuk, Mount Angi and Mount Telapak Buruk in the immediate area. All of these summits take quite an extensive hike to reach but the atmosphere and view atop each mountain is majestic and unforgettable.
If you are a history fan, then you will be thrilled to know that Negeri Sembilan has many cultural and historical sites. Places such the Seri Menanti Royal Museum, a five-story wooden palace, and the Lukut Fort and Museum give travellers to chance to delve into the origins of this area and its first settlers. The Royal Malaysian Army’s artefacts are also available for viewing at the Army Museum in Port Dickson. The beaches here are fantastic. Spanning 18 kilometres, or 11 miles, these white sand-beaches carry a great atmosphere and perfect conditions for swimming.
Kota’s Public Market, or Pasar Awan Kota, is the place to head to if you want to browse through the local wares. From fresh produce to seafood and souvenirs, you can find many traders here. Within the vicinity is also one of the best restaurants in town.