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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Shopping Centre
“A 30-40 minute drive from Lexis Port Dickson would lead you to one of Seremban's oldest malls occupied by famous brands such as Starbucks, Vincci, Converse, Elianto, Histyle, Popular Bookstore, MPH Bookstore, Oldtown White Coffee, Sushi King, and much more ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Palm Mall is the largest lifestyle mall in Seremban. The main feature of Palm Mall is the Food and Beverage outlets with alfresco dining with access from outside, thus allowing operations hours to be extended beyond the mall operating hours to cater for patrons to converge, drink and dine and be entertained. Another attractive feature of Palm Mall is the landscaped pedestrian boulevard which creates an inviting and eco-friendly environment for our customers. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Park
“It's a park on a hill. Locals called " Dinosaur​ hill ". Yes, you can see dinosaurs here.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“There's no enough words to describe about this place. All you gotta do is drive yourself to that area and discover the awesomeness yourself !! Packed with multiple restaurants to satisfy all your cravings. And not to forget the famous Gong Cha is the word of the street over there. Why waiting for ? Grab your keys and go over to that place to satisfy your tummy fellas ;)”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Jelita Ostrich Farm is amongst one of the must visit attractions. The 4.2 hectare farm has been certified by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first ever ostrich farm in Malaysia.”
  • 3 locals recommend
History Museum
“State history, from traditional weapons to blow-by-blow accounts of European invasions, is well presented at this museum 2.5km southwest of central Seremban. The main building has a Minangkabau-style peaked roof; even more interesting are the two wooden stilt houses outside, the Istana Ampang Tinggi (1860s) and the Rumah Negeri Sembilan, both transported and reconstructed here from elsewhere in the state. They're superb examples of Minangkabau architecture – clamber up the ladders for a closer look at their wooden ornamentation.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Flea Market
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“Seremban's main food market (1975) is a local institution, with dozens of stalls flowing out from its central wet market. Take your pick of vendors dishing up Seremban's signature beef noodles – stall 748 makes a rich, delicious version of the dish. Go early for the biggest choice.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Establishment
  • 2 locals recommend
Dessert Shop
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“Since the 1930s the Shariff family has been serving up refreshingly sweet bowls of cendol (an icy dessert made with pandan noodles, coconut milk and jaggery syrup). Order from the counter inside this green 1919 shophouse: cendol biasa gets you the dessert plain (a clean, fresh taste), but it's even better with chewy red bean (kacang) or glutinous rice (pulut).”
  • 4 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“Get your sushi cravings fixed at this well-established Japanese restaurant located in Seremban Uptown ”
  • 1 local recommends
Shopping Centre
Restaurant
“one of the best nasi arab in town. very popular for families, a must try place with a very reasonable pricing. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Centipede Temple is the nickname given to Then Tze Temple which is located along Jalan Temiang in the northern part of Seremban. The temple, also known as Then Tze Khoon, sits on a ridge at the top of Wu Gong Hill (Bukit Jung) about 127 metres above sea level. From its vantage point overlooking green and pleasant countryside, the temple enjoys the breeze from both sides of the hill. The temple is over 140 years old and its beauty and fame attract visitors from all over Malaysia and beyond. Devotees have to climb 264 steps to reach the temple. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
  • 2 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Dessert Shop
“Since the 1930s the Shariff family has been serving up refreshingly sweet bowls of cendol (an icy dessert made with pandan noodles, coconut milk and jaggery syrup). Order from the counter inside this green 1919 shophouse: cendol biasa gets you the dessert plain (a clean, fresh taste), but it's even better with chewy red bean (kacang) or glutinous rice (pulut).”
  • 4 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
“Get your sushi cravings fixed at this well-established Japanese restaurant located in Seremban Uptown ”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“one of the best nasi arab in town. very popular for families, a must try place with a very reasonable pricing. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Yi Poh's signature is lou shi fun comes with a soup and we can add chili paste, if we want it more spicy. The lou shi fun was topped with thin char siew slices and savoury minced pork. The aroma of lard raises to our noses as we tossed the lou shi fun in the lard and soy based sauce. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Dim Sum Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
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