Negeri Sembilan is a state that translates as “nine states” from the Malay language which lies on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia located between Selangor and Melaka through the North-South highway. This state is home to Malaysia's Minangkabau culture, a community originated from West Sumatra and settled here in the 15th century. Minangkabau cultural heritage and features in traditional architecture are preserved and still evident till today, it is considered a unique trait of the state. The capital of Negeri Sembilan is Seremban, thus there are many buildings in Seremban that adopted this feature, such as the Seremban Municipal Council Hall, Wisma Negeri and the State Museum influenced by the Minangkabau culture.
Although Seremban is considered a small town without many famous tourist attractions in the region but in recent years have made Seremban’s even more diverse in terms of appeal as compared to other famous towns such as Port Dickson, Bahau and Nilai. You can travel to Negeri Sembilan or Seremban by bus via Easybook through a few simple clicks to book your bus ticket online that arrives at Terminal One Seremban which serves as the pick-up and drop-off point for local express buses in Malaysia. You can use this guide as a reference on how to purchase the tickets without a fuss.
The Terminal One Seremban or also known as the Seremban bus terminal is located next to the Terminal 1 Mall on Jalan Sungai Ujong. Since this bus station is adjacent to Terminal 1 Mall, which is known as the premiere family entertainment and shopping hotspot located in the heart of Seremban city centre, it is very convenient for passengers who stop at this bus terminal. Travellers can easily find food, ATM machines, as well as various public amenities in the terminal. The Seremban KTM commuter station is located just a few meters away from the bus terminal.
Customers can book their bus tickets online with Easybook to travel between Terminal One Seremban and Negeri Sembilan by riding with KKKL Sdn Bhd which has routes travelling to places such as Johor Bahru, Sungai Nibong and others.
Lake Gardens – One of the oldest natural lake gardens in Malaysia is a well-groomed park with mature trees, tropical plants and flowers in the heart of Seremban. Various facilities are provided here such as playground, jogging paths and gazebos. It is also a suitable place to visit to relax with your family and children.
Originally a palace for the Negeri Sembilan royal family until 1992, this museum is located in the small town of Seri Menanti in the Kuala Pilah district of Negeri Sembilan. The main feature of this building is made out of wood without the use of any single nails or screws. Seri Menanti Royal Museum features a lot of information on the history and culture with exhibition of the costumes, weaponry, bed chambers and documents on the royal lineage.
Located at Jelebu Road, this 4.2 hectare farm has been certified by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first ever ostrich farm in the country. Visitor can witness the amazing large fast moving and long-necked flightless bird in the world. You will be able to experience learning the right way of picking up an ostrich egg or go on an ostrich ride that promises you lots of fun and enjoyment.
Located between the State Mosque and Seremban Railway Station, you will be able to see the historical structures within the compound of the museum. The building known as Teratak Pepatih Building was previously used as a location for the National Al-Quran Recitation Competition. Due to its Minangkabau architecture, it was renovated and officially declared as the new location of the state museum on 14th July 1986. The museum has a great collection of old artefacts, photos, ceramics and a display of the Negeri Sembilan postage stamps.
A famous weekend retreat for city dwellers, it is among the most popular beach on the west coast due to the easy accessibility located around 32km from Seremban. Spend your holidays by the sunny beaches of Port Dickson beach and engage in your favourite water sports like rent jet-ski, banana boat and so much more.
This heritage building was formerly a Land Office which has been well-preserved and converted into a showcase centre to include bamboo products, rattan and pandan leaf weaving, ceramics, glassware and batik clothing that greatly reflect Negeri Sembilan's history and heritage. It has three different galleries which are craft gallery, heritage gallery the and craft shop. All good places to pick up a souvenir or gift when you visit Negeri Sembilan.
When you are talking about Seremban, there are many people who will associate it with the Seremban Siew Pau. Siew Pau is available in many places across Malaysia, but it can’t beat those that come from its origin in Seremban. Expect a delicious and crispy baked pastry bun with different meat filling the next time you visit Seremban.
You can choose either the dry or soup versions, but the dry version is highly-recommended. It consists of noodles topped with slices of beef tendon, tripe, lean meat peanuts, salted vegetables, and dyed brownish by the mildly beefy sauce. A great dish to fill an empty stomach upon arrival at the town.
A traditional Negeri Sembilan hot dish among the Malay community inspired by spicy Minangkabau flavours. It is usually cooked with fish, seafood or meat. This is then added with eggs, mushrooms, and vegetable in coconut milk blended with turmeric and ground cili padi.
This is a famous local delight in Seremban which is flat yellow noodles topped with minced pork, spring onions and a clear pork gravy. Great for travellers who are looking for a quick meal.
There are many other awesome delicacies to tantalise your taste buds in Seremban, so why not plan a food trip in Seremban during the weekends or holidays! Book your bus tickets to Seremban today with Easybook now without even having to go leave the comfort of your seats. Happy travels!