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9 Must Dos in Seremban

To complete your trip to Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan, the following are nine memorable activities that you should do in the city…

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To complete your trip to Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan, the following are nine memorable activities that you should do in the city…

For a complete immersion of Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan, the following are nine memorable activities that you should do when you are in the city…

1. EXPLORING BANDAR WARISAN SEREMBAN
Seremban Negeri Sembilan

Seremban Negeri Sembilan.

With history spanning over 120 years, the city of Seremban has witnessed different phases of history, from the arrival of Minangkabau settlers, British colonisation and Japanese occupation to this day and age. With this in mind, Seremban City Council has developed a heritage trail named ‘Jejak Warisan Seremban’ (Seremban Heritage Trail), which invites travellers to trace Seremban’s charms and uniqueness through historical architecture, culture, and community. The trail begins from Seremban Train Station and ends at Pokok Getah Pertama Negeri Sembilan. Be sure to download the heritage map from https://www.mbs.gov.my/en/visitors/serembans-charm/culture-and-heritage/jejak-warisan-seremban.

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2. ‘SELFIE’ AT SEREMBAN STREET ART
Seremban Street Art. Photo by asianitinerary.com

Seremban Street Art. Photo by asianitinerary.com

For Instagram fanatics, Seremban Street Art is definitely a must-visit. The street art covers Jalan Dato Abd. Rahman, Jalan Tunku Hassan, Jalan Yam Tuan, and Jalan Dato’ Sheikh Ahmad. There are over 40 murals painstakingly painted by local artists from the state and across the country. The themes of the street art include heritage, culture and prominent figures of Negeri Sembilan, besides ethnic groups, flora and fauna. Striking a pose alongside the street art is a must because the artworks are painted in 3D, resulting in unique effects on your photos!

3. WATER BIKE @ TAMAN TASIK SEREMBAN
Water bike at Taman Tasik Seremban

Water bike at Taman Tasik Seremban.

Best suited for families, water bikes offer travellers the pleasant experience of exploring the Seremban Lake and relishing the surrounding garden’s tranquil atmosphere while pedalling on the water surface. The ticket price for the water bikes is reasonable too. Since riding on water bikes was also popular back in the 80s and 90s, the experience might just rekindle old, delightful memories.

4. VISIT NEGERI SEMBILAN’S FIRST RUBBER TREE

First Rubber Tree in Negeri Sembilan. Photo by Majlis Bandaraya Seremban (Facebook)

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Do you know that Bandar Seremban is home to the oldest rubber tree in Negeri Sembilan? It is over 120 years old, the same age as the first rubber tree in Malaysia located in Kuala Kangsar, hence currently valued at MYR3.5 million! Travellers can locate this tree next to the Galeri DiRaja Seremban (Seremban Royal Gallery), which is easily accessible via a walkway.

5. ENJOY NEGERI SEMBILAN’S AUTHENTIC FOOD
Masak Lemak Cili Api

Masak Lemak Cili Api

The unique culture of Negeri Sembilan creates 1001 flavours that excite all food lovers. Luckily, they do not have to search hard because Seremban itself has plenty of eateries that provide authentic culinary offerings that are served in various restaurants, stalls, or food street. Of course, one dish that every foodie must try is masak lemak cili api (dish cooked in spicy vibrant yellow curry) because no trip to Seremban – and even Negeri Sembilan for that matter – is complete without this specialty.

6. CLIMBING MOUNTAINS OR HILLS IN SEREMBAN DISTRICT
Gunung Angsi

Gunung Angsi. Photo by hikingtheworld.blog

Due to its geographical location, Seremban is surrounded by a portion of the Titiwangsa Mountain Range that make up the backbone of Malaysia. Travellers can experience the uniqueness of this mountain range by hiking up the hills and mountains found there, for instance Gunung Angsi, Gunung Berembun, Hutan Lipur Ulu Bendul, Bukit Kepayang and many more. No matter which peak travellers decide to conquer, these eco-tourism sites are sure to unforgettable experience!

7. TAKE PICTURES AT MOSQUES IN SEREMBAN
Masjid Sendayan

Masjid Sri Sendayan.

There are several iconic mosques that you can visit in the city of Seremban. These mosques are open to the public and both Muslims and non-Muslims are welcome! These mosques offer trained guides who dispense information related to Islam and the mosques’ architecture. Some of the mosques have even existed for a few centuries and possess unique architectural styles such as archipelagic, Minangkabau, Indian, Turkish, Moroccan and Chinese. For a more contemporary take, you can visit Masjid Jamek Seremban, Masjid Hussain Seremban 2, Masjid Sri Sendayan and Masjid Negeri.

8. LEARN ABOUT PERPATIH CUSTOM
Traditional performance

Traditional performance.

For a long time, Seremban has been functioning as the heart of Perpatih custom, which is practised by the Minangkabau community who originated from West Sumatera, known for their tolerant, industrious, and consensual disposition. To learn more about Perpatih, you should head to Negeri Sembilan National Department for Culture and Arts and any of the museums in Negeri Sembilan, among others. Negeri Sembilan National Department for Culture and Arts holds Negeri Sembilan cultural performances too at certain times and venues.

9. EXPLORE ‘EXTREME’ ACTIVITY
Kg JKIN Extreme Park

Kg JKIN Extreme Park.

Extreme activities have become a craze among travellers nowadays to challenge their strength and courage. Extreme activities to be experienced in Seremban include all-terrain vehicles (ATV), go-kart, motocross, high rope, flying fox, archery and more.

*All photos are provided by Seremban City Council unless otherwise stated.

 

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