Dating back to 1840, Seremban is a history Malaysian city home to many notable buildings, an impressive gallery and a unique ostrich farm. Located near the Malacca Strait, Seremban also places to close to coastal townships and beaches, while the world-famous attractions in Kuala Lumpur are a short drive away.
Things to do in Seremban
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind ostrich experience at Jelita Ostrich Farm, which offers ostrich rides, a petting zoo and store selling ostrich-related items. Nature lovers will also enjoy visiting Rabbit Fun Land, where you can get up close with donkeys, deer, horses, geese, chickens, cows and rabbits. Don’t miss a day trip to Hutan Lipur Ulu Bendul, a popular recreational area with camping and picnic sites.
Admire one of Seremban’s greatest architectural sites, the Negeri Sembilan State Mosque. Built in 1967, it combines Modernist and Minangkabau architecture and is located near a picturesque lake and gardens. Afterwards, head to the Tuanku Ja'afar Royal Gallery to admire the personal belongings of Tuanku Ja'afar, the tenth Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia.
Need some retail therapy? Venture into the centre of Seremban to browse contemporary stores at Terminal 1 Shopping Centre or explore the surrounding streets to find local boutiques. You’ll also discover a wealth of inviting restaurants, such as Azhaar Maju Seremban, known for its Indian Muslim cuisine.
Take advantage of Seremban’s close proximity to Kuala Lumpur and explore a range of world-renowned sights, such as the 451-metre-tall Petronas Twin Towers, which have a public skybridge and observation deck. You can also ride water slides and visit a zoo at Sunway Lagoon.
Getting around Seremban
Seremban is best reached by flying into Kuala Lumpur International Airport and catching a bus or train into the city. You can easily explore Seremban by hiring a bicycle, walking around certain areas or renting a car.