Located in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Seremban is a city that is rich in culture and heritage. It is located between Melaka (70 km south) and Kuala Lumpur (60 km north).
Its unique architecture has managed to conserve the local traditions, while also incorporating modern conveniences. The city bustles with colorful markets and street vendors.
Seremban has much to offer in terms of adventure and relaxation. Nature enthusiasts can go exploring in the Lata Kijang rainforest, which provides a lush, green oasis amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. Meanwhile, for beach lovers, there are several stunning beaches in the area, such as Port Dickson, with its white sand and crystal-clear waters.
Seremban also has many historical sites and attractions to keep visitors busy. The oldest Islamic school in Malaysia, Ishak Mosque, is located here, and visitors can explore the ancient structures located in its precinct. Seremban also houses several colonial-era buildings, such as the old British Residency, which gives visitors a glimpse into the city’s past.
When it comes to food, Seremban has a rich gastronomic offering. The city is especially renowned for its unique Nyonya cuisine, which is a mix of Chinese and Malay culinary traditions. Street food is also popular in Seremban, with hawker centers offering an array of dishes such as roti canai and nasi lemak.
The nearest airport to Seremban is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), which is about 30 km north of Seremban (about 30 minutes drive away).
Seremban has a wide range of halal restaurants. Some of the most prominent halal restaurants in Seremban include Haji Shariff's Cendol, Aunty Aini's Garden Cafe, Al Jamal Restaurant, Hayyan Huda Opah's Kitchen, Restoren Kemangi, Nasi Arab Damsyik, D'Bangkok Wok, Yee Kee Beef Noodle and many more.
The Seremban Jamek Mosque, Negeri Sembilan State Mosque and Masjid Sheikh Haji Ahmad are some of the prominent Mosques in Seremban.