Malaysia is a beautiful Southeast Asian island country. There are a lot of beautiful places to visit which are already very popular, and as a result of the popularity, too much populated also. But for a beautiful and tranquil holiday you can visit Negeri Sembilan, one of the smallest states in Peninsular Malaysia. Still it is not very known to people as a tourist area and that is why it is to some extent deserted and ideal for a peaceful weekend. It is easy accessible from Kuala Lumpur. Just take a look on the top 10 attractions in Negeri Sembilan.

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Seri Menanti Royal Museum

It is just two hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur to reach Seri Menanti Royal Museum. Until 1931 this palace was the official residence of the Negri Sembilan royal family. This building was erected between 1902 and 1908 as a royal fort to substitute an earlier one which was ruined by the British in 1875. The most surprising fact about this four storey construction is it was in fact constructed without the use of a single impale.

Port Dickson

Port Dickson, the adjoining upright beach resort to Kuala Lumpur, considered for its eminence and attractiveness. It is not just a one beach, rather an 18 km coastal strip in Negeri Sembilan state with a chain of beaches.

Gunung Angsi

Comparatively, Malaysia’s one of the minor mountain Gunung Angsi is only an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur, about 20 km from Seremban, Negeri Sembilan’s state capital of. The Ulu Bendul Recreational Park here has clear streams, shady picnic and BBQ sites that attracts weekend visitors.

Gunung Telapak Buruk

Gunung Telapak Buruk is another beautiful peak with a reticent height of 1193m. It is placed close to Jeram Toi Waterfall, and about half-way linking Seremban and Kuala Klawang.

Seremban 

Seremban is not a repeatedly visited of tourist spot in Peninsular Malaysia. It is the state capital of Negeri Sembilan state and therefore it is creditable of a small visit if you are passing through Negeri Sembilan state. The historic set of the town will surely make a mark in your mind.

Virgins’ Temple

Virgins’ Temple, also known as Kanni Kuil and Arulmighu Maha Sapthakanniga Devi Temple is a good choice to visit in Negeri Sembilan. There are different numinous sagas regarding the temple.

Kuala Klawang Customs Museum

Officially unwrapped in 2008, the Kuala Klawang Customs Museum is a somewhat non-descript modern building. Outside the front doorway is a huge model of a traditional Malay crown. Inside, the displays are well presented, with good lights and plentiful details of the contents in both Bahasa and English. The arcades explicate the various customs and ethnicities of the several of Malaysian population.

Pengkalan Kempas

The small town Pengkalan Kempas, on the banks of River Linggi, is eminent for its ‘historical complex’.

Army Museum

Port Dickson Army Museum is one of Malaysia’s best museums, domiciled in two old army edifices and consists of 9 galleries and a number of outdoor displays.

Lenggeng Recreational Forest 

Lenggeng Recreational Forest, a relatively small park, features a torrent and a 20 foot waterfall and a nice place for an outing.