Every town in Malaysia has a green lung, and Seremban's is particularly lovely.
Two lakes situated amidst a gentle expanse of landscaped greenery add a refreshing
respite from the heat. Cultural shows are held on a floating stage on one of
the lakes. Overlooking the Lake Gardens is the State Mosque, with its nine pillars
symbolising the nine districts of the State.
Handicraft Complex (Kompleks Taman Seni Budaya)
The Cultural Handicraft Complex, located at Labu Spur, displays various handicrafts
and historic artifacts of Negeri Sembilan.
Sembilan State Museum (Istana Ampang Tinggi)
The state museum, situated within the Cultural Handicraft Complex,
houses many historical artifacts of the state. The museum building
was formerly the old palace
at Kampong Ampang Tinggi. Built entirely of wood, it has been reassembled within
this complex. Situated next to the museum is the "Rumah Minang" burned
down by the British during the Sungai Ujung war.
Port Dickson, situated about 32 km west of Seremban, is one of the best known
seaside resorts in Malaysia. Its proximity to Kuala Lumpur makes it the favored
resort for Malaysians.