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Palm Seremban HotelRM205
Royale Chulan SerembanRM204
Sri Senawang HotelRM23
Situated in Seremban, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Terminal One Mall and Palm Mall, Seremban. Wisma Negeri and Taman Tasik Seremban are also within 2 ...
Time Hotel SerembanRM43
Situated in Seremban, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Stadium Tuanku Abdul Rahman and within 6 miles (10 km) of Taman Tasik Seremban and Wisma Negeri. Palm ...
Hotel Lavender SenawangRM46
OYO 542 S2 HotelRM68
Carlton Star HotelRM54
Situated in Seremban, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Terminal One Mall and Palm Mall, Seremban. Wisma Negeri and Taman Tasik Seremban are also within 1 ...
OYO 776 Fame hotelRM112
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As the capital of Negeri Sembilan, Seremban is a wonderful destination for visitors to Malaysia. Being a major business centre, this town is filled with things to do, places to shop and sights to see. The accommodation is some of the best to be found out of the entire state. Here we’ll be taking a closer look at what makes Seremban a top holiday hotspot for visitors to this beautiful continent.
Seremban is situated roughly 60 kilometres, or 37 miles from Kuala Lumpur. Nestled in the foothills of the Titiwangsa mountain range, this is one truly beautiful area. Yet amidst the natural beauty is a rich heritage of Malaysian culture. Nearby museums, gardens and recreational parks await visitors to Seremban.
If you are looking for jungle trekking, views of amazing waterfalls and a nearby trickling stream which flows all the way through the undergrowth, a place to stay in or around the Mukim Pantai district would be ideal.
For access to a range of restaurants, easy-access to public transport and a host of accommodation options, Central Seremban is recommended. The downtown area supplies extreme convenience thanks to all the major city attractions being within walking distance.
Kemayan Square is set amid some of the best restaurants in Seremban. The accommodation in this area is highly affordable, with everything from hostels to hotels available at low rates. There is no better place to look for a place to stay when you are on a tight-budget.
Muzium Negeri Sembilan, or the state museum, is a great place to discover the rich history of Negeri Sembilan. For those who are looking to expand their artistic knowledge, you have to visit Jalan Sungai Ujong where a fantastic art complex is held. The handicrafts are nothing short of fascinating and clearly show Malaysian creativity at its best.
The magnificent Centipede Temple is but one of the many sacred sites which Seremban has to see. The massive koi fish, glorious laughing Buddha and array of other ancient statues will make for a memorable trip. Another notable point of interest is The Church of the Visitation. This magnificent cathedral is quite contrasting to traditional Malaysian influences but is also one of the most spellbinding destinations open to travellers.
Siew Pau is a famous Seremban dish which has a golden crust with a tantalizing butter taste and a filling like no other. This sweet treat is most definitely not optional, the flaky, juicy delicacy is prepared in Seremban by Siew Pau masters and is the best out of anywhere in the world.
Spicy food is available everywhere across Malaysia which makes Kon Lo Loh Shu Fan, or rat tail noodles with minced pork, a great savory alternative to the hot flavours predominant. These noodles taste great and are perfect for kids.
There are two notable markets which bargain hunters can’t miss out on. Sungai Unjong Walk which is found in the area of Jalan Dr. Murugesu has local produce and handicrafts in abundance, while the flea market in Jalan Utam Singh hides bargains not to be missed either.