Ulu Bendul Recreational Forest Park

ulu-bendul-recreational-forest-parkLush greenery and cool clear waters await you at this recreational forest. Located just 16km from Seremban on the main road to Kuala Pilah, it is nestled within the Gunung Angsi Forest reserve and is ideal for outdoor activities. You can enjoy a refreshing dip in the stream or camp out and spend a night under the stars. Visitors can go hiking, jungle trekking, camping and picknicking in the forest or scale the challenging 825-metre high Gunung Angsi.

Sungai Timun Fireflies


Take a downriver cruise and take in the glowing banks of Sungai Timun. This fascinating natural phenomenon is attributed to the presence of a firefly colony, said to be one of the largest in the country. The fireflies feed on the leaves of the berembang trees nightly. The nearby Sungai Timun fishing village is popular among seafood lovers for its lobster and shellfish. Visitors must enjoy fresh seafood at Kampung Sungai Timun or go angling and lobster fishing by the jetty.

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Seremban Cultural Complex


The Seremban Cultural Complex is modelled after a traditional Minangkabau dwelling and comprises three main buildings – teratak perpatih, ampang tinggi palace and Negeri Sembilan House. Teratak perpatih also known as the State Museum, displays items such as royal silver and brassware, old weapons, handicrafts, artefacts, traditional costumes and photographs. Those interested in the history and traditional of Negeri Sembilan should visit the Minangkabau House.

Ampang Tinggi Palace

The Ampang Tinggi Palace was built between 1865 and 1870. It was located in Kampung Ampang Tinggi until 1953, when its entire timber structure was dismantled and reconstructed at its present site.

Seremban Craft Complex


This beautifully restored century-old heritage building house the craft Gallery, craft shop and Herritage Gallery. Available here are an exciting range of colorful handicrafts that come in various shapes and sizes. Aesthetically pleasing and functional, they make perfect gifts. It is located along Jalan Datuk Abdul Kadir, near the Seremban Lake Gardens. Visitors are recommended to purchase local handicrafts such as Pewter, batik, hand woven mat, rattan baskets and bamboo furniture.

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Port Dickson


This popular weekend getaway has one of the longest beached in Malaysia. Sunkissed and fringed by swaying coconut trees and casuarinas, the Teluk Kembang and Blue Lagoon beaches are ideal for a wide spectrum of beach activities and water sports like parasailing, canoeing, yatching and speed boat rides. Relaxing spa treatments can be enjoyed at larger resort nearby. Before you leave, enjoy a lovely meal of seafood as you watch the sun set against the Straits of Malacca.

Lukut Museum


History enthusiasts should make a trip to the historical town of Lukut and visit its main attractions, the Lukut Museum and Fort. Here, you can read about Lukut’s golden era as the capital of the tin trade or pore over artifacts from the Nassau shipwreck, a Dutch East India battleship, which sank off the coast of Port Dickson in 1606. Further away, are the ruins of the Lukut Fort. It was built in 1847 to protect the town’s booming tin trade. Other attractions here include the legendary ‘poisoned well’ that is believed to be used to punish criminals in the ancient days.

Army Museum, Port Dickson


Find out everything you want to know about the Malaysian army here. This museum traces the history, contributions and achievements of the army from the days of the Malacca Sultanate until the present. Apart from kiosks as well as information and graphic panels, the museum also utilises the Pepper Ghost terchnology for its audio visual presentation, the first of its kind in Malaysia. Also on display are canons, tanks, locomotives and vehicles used during the war. The Army Museum is lacated in Port Dickson, home to the first Malay Regiment batch in 1933.

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Seri Menanti Resort (20 Rooms/ 1 star)
Istana Kenangan, Seri Menanti 71550 Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-4970242

Avillion Port Dickson (300 Rooms/ 4 stars)
3rd Mile, Jalan Pantai 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6476688

Bayu Beach Resort (123 Rooms/ 3 stars)
4 1/2 Mile Jalan Pantai 71050 Port Dickson Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6473703

Corus Paradise Resort (201 Rooms/ 4 stars)
3.5km, Jalan Pantai, 71000 Port Dickson Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6477600

Guoman Port Dickson Resort (256 Rooms/ 4 stars)
KM.16, Jalan Pantai Teluk Kemang, 71500 Si-Rusa Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6627878

Seri Malaysia Port Dickson (93 Rooms/ 2 stars)
Lot Pt 149, KM 6.4, Jalan Pantai, Batu 4, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6476070/ 6476063

The Regency Hotel & Resort Port Dickson (217 Rooms/ 4 stars)
KM8.8, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6474090

Allson Klana Resort Seremban (230 Rooms/ 4 stars)
No.4388, Jalan Penghulu Cantik, Taman Tasik Seremban 70100 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-7627888

Seremban Inn (50 Rooms/ 1 star)
39, Jalan Tuanku Munawir. 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-7617777

Seri Malaysia Seremban (50 Rooms/ 2 stars)
Jalan Sungai Ujong, 70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-7644181

The Carlton Star Hotel (34 Rooms/ 2 stars)
Tel: 06-7636663/ 7625336

Avillion Village Resort (4 stars)
3rd Mile, Jalan Pantai 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: 06-6476688

Corus Paradise Resort (4 stars)
KM 3 1/2, Jalan Pantai, 71000 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6477600

Regency Hotel & Resort (4 stars)
Batu 5, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: 06-6474090

Bayu Beach Resort (3 stars)
Batu 4 1/2, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: 06-6473703

Desa Lagoon Resort (3 stars)
5th Mile, Jalan Pantai, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: 06-6473013/ 4234

Tanjung Tuan Beach Resort (3 stars)
Bat 5, Jalan Pantai, Teluk Kemang, 71050 Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-6476070/66/80

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