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Nestled on the beach, this Port Dickson hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum and 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Sri Anjeneayar Temple. Admiral Cove Marina ...
This hotel sits upon 36 hectares of tropical gardens, and includes a private 3-km stretch of sand. The main town of Port Dickson is a 20-minute drive away, and ...
Set on 23 acres of tropical coast, facing the Strait of Malacca, this 4-star resort sits along 2 private beaches. The town of Port Dickson and the Port Dickson ...
Situated in Port Dickson, this hotel is close to Fort Lukut. Area attractions also include Port Dickson Army Museum and Sri Anjeneayar Temple.
Situated in Seremban, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Terminal One Mall, Wisma Negeri, and Gunung Angsi. Taman Tasik Seremban is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) away.
Located in Port Dickson, this beachfront hotel is in the city center, 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum, and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Sri Anjeneayar Temple. ...
Situated in Kampung Tekir, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Taman Tasik Seremban, Gunung Angsi, and Wisma Negeri. Terminal One Mall is 1.5 mi (2.3 km) ...
This Port Dickson apartment building is on the beach, 3 mi (4.8 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Admiral Cove Marina and Sri Anjeneayar ...
Nestled on the beach, this Port Dickson hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Sri Anjeneayar Temple and Admiral Cove Marina. Port Dickson Army Museum is 1.5 mi ...
Situated in Alor Gajah, this golf resort is within a 15-minute walk of A'Famosa Cowboy Town and A' Famosa Safari Wonderland. Hang Jebat Stadium and Butterfly ...
The town and district of Rembau is found in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. 17 mukims, or sub-districts, fall within the Rembau District. This ensures that there is ample for travellers to discover. From the recreational forest to the amazing historical complexes found nearby, this is one region that is filled with both natural and man-made landmarks. Here we’ll be taking a closer look at what Rembau has waiting for the eager traveller.
Visitors to Negeri Sembilan should look no further than the town of Rembau. The central location, great transport network and wide range of attractions make it an unforgettable holiday destination. The food here is known to be among the best in Malaysia, with many meals being reinvented with a local twist.
Taman Bukit Lemon and Taman Labu Jaya are the two best areas to shop for basic accommodation ranging up to three-star hotels. The general quality is outstanding, while being situated in these areas also puts numerous shops and restaurants within walking distance. You are also very close to the public bus route, which is another benefit.
For more upmarket accommodation, look around in the areas of Taman Sri Labu and Taman Bukit Nona. Here you will find higher-end lodgings ranging from three-star hotels upward to five-star resorts. If you follow the river, you will be able to find a range of top-class places to stay. This is where your best luxury accommodation options lie.
Gunung Datuk Recreational Forest is a great place to beginner climbers to test their fortitude. The view from atop Gungung Datuk is utterly amazing. The trail may be taxing, leading to a vertical steel ladder to reach the peak, however it is not so treacherous that beginners should stray away. At about three hours to reach the summit, this is a great hike and a magnificent vantage point to reach.
Replika Istana Raja Melewar, or the Rembau Museum, is a must-see for any visitors to the area. Here you can explore the rich history of this beautiful area. There is no better collection of artefacts to be found in Negeri Sembilan. The collection dates back to 1700, granting a rare glimpse into the life and tradition of the early locals.
Balai Seri Andika, or the Andika Seri Hall, is a beautiful residence which spared no expense is the establishments of its fine Rumah Minangkabau architecture. Despite being privately owned, the premises hosts many stalls selling everything from food to clothing, ornaments, baskets and other trinkets. Be sure to visit this grand structure and don’t forget to bring your camera.
The Pedas Hot Spring is just a short distance from Rembau and has two hot springs and two cool water baths to cool off in. There is also a great kiddies pool featuring three slides and water which rises no higher than knee deep. There is also a spiral slide for adults, while the warm waters of the spring are extremely relaxing and therapeutic making them suited to people of all ages.
There are a few signature foods of Rembau that you can’t go home without tasting. Meehoon Sotong is a rice vermicelli noodle dish, serving an abalone soup which is topped with pieces of cuttlefish, braised pork and sawi (the stalks of mustard greens). Another fantastic noodle dish is Hakka mee, serving up yellow noodles in pork gravy which is finished off with a minced-pork topping. The boar in this area is town to be fantastic and always served fresh.