Seremban Sights and Landmarks Guide, Malaysia
This article talks about the town of Seremban, the capital of the province of Negeri Sembilan, which is located in the southern area of the country of Malaysia. Furthermore, the town has been known as the major center of producing and trading goods, such as tin, copper and palm oil, which is very abundant in that part of Malaysia.
Ok, you are on a plane, with a ticket in hand, headed for Seremban, and as you do so, you are deciding what sties to see, or not to see, once you arrive. Now, you have arrived in Seremban, having gotten a ride from the airport, in Kuala Lumpur, which is about 33 miles, or 53 kilometers, from the town.
Once you arrive in this lovely town, you want to rent a room, at a nearby hotel, if you have not done this already. If not, there are a few hotels I can recommend you. One is the Royal Adelphi Hotel, a five-star hotel that is located near the heart of the city. While there, you’re going to feel and be treated like royalty.
The other hotel is called the Alison Klana Putra Nilai Hotel, a four-star superior hotel, which is similar to the Royal Adelphi hotel in beauty and quality of customer service. Ok, now that you got a room to stay in, perhaps, took a nap, next you are looking for a place to eat some native food, but do not know where to find one.
Well, there are many restaurants, located in or near Seremban where you can eat. If you want to try some local food, visit the Koy Chee restaurant, located within the hustle and bustle of the downtown area of the city.
Yes, imagine yourself entering the restaurant, being greeted by a friendly waiter who takes your order and once you get your meal, you are indulging your taste buds and satisfying your appetite with fine delicacies from the local region while doing this in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere.
Looking for a few places to see? Don’t worry. Seremban has plenty of sights and attractions for you to see, including what the local natives call, ‘the haunted house.’ The ‘haunted house,’ as it is known, was built in 1898, by locals as an Islamic shrine. Once you step into this place, you will feel chills running down your spine, hence, giving you the feeling of the place being ‘haunted.’
There are more places to see, stay and eat, in this fun and lively town so come on down and get a taste of Seremban!
Things about Seremban you may be interested in
HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.
Read our members' reviews about Seremban
No reviews have been added yet for this category. Be the first to add a new one.
Read our members' travel tips about Seremban
No travel tips have been added yet for this category. Be the first to add a new one.