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Negeri Sembilan

About

 

Negeri Sembilan located on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, has derived its name during the nine districts settled and ruled by the Minangkabau people originated from West Sumatra during the 15th century.

Negeri Sembilan can be explored in 7 districts by the name Jelebu, Jempol, Kuala Pilah, Port Dickson, Rembau, Seremban and Tampin.

Minangkabau features are still visible today from the Malay dialect spoken as well as its horn-shaped...

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Tourist Attraction

 

A small town like Negeri Sembilan is a tourist attractions to locals and tourists for its strech of beaches as well as its natural forests.

History lovers would discover the history of Minangkabau's Adat Pepatih, the history of army from Melakan Sultanate to the current period and witness the many architecture buildings.

Dining

 

Grilled crabs, Seremban Siew Pau and traditional Negeri Sembilan dishes are the famous and must taste food when visiting the state. 
  
No difference from other states, visitors can still enjoy Malay, Chinese, Indian, Peranakan, Western, Spanish and Hong Kong meals as well as familiar food-chain like Starbucks, McDonald, Pizza Hut are presence to meet every cravings. 

Things To Do

 

Buying duty-free merchandises, rejuvenate with traditional Muslimah spa, or challege yourself with the 18-hole golf courses and many more are among the activities to do in Negeri Sembilan besides its mother nature and cultural attractions.

Hotel & Accommodation

 

More than just accommodation, it is a lifestyle experience to stay in the hotel, resort or chalets in Negeri Sembilan.

Imagine waking up in your hotel room facing the most beautiful beaches overlooking the Malacca Straits, and the rare experience of sleeping in a chalets elevated above the sea water.

There are also a range of hotels from luxury to budget prices for any type of travelling.

Transport

 

Travel by car, taxi and bus are the main transportation to and around Negeri Sembilan because there is no airport and train station in this state.

Negeri Sembilan is accessible through well-connected highways from states from the west towns using the North-South Highway.