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NEGERI SEMBILAN - SOUTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

PLACES OF INTEREST : Tourist Attraction

 
 

REFRESHING RECREATION

 From beach combing to sailing and golfing, Negeri Sembilan has a host of recreational spots and facilities catering to visitors of all ages.

 

OSTRICH FARMS

 

 

Drop by the Jelita Ostrich Farm in Seremban or the PD Ostrich Farm in Port Dickson to take a close look at these huge birds. Enjoy feeding the ostriches or watch other animals such as turkeys, rabbits and horses. Various products and souvenirs made from ostriches are available.

 
 
 

EAGLE RANCH RESORT SPORTS PARADISE

 

 

Situated in Port Dickson, this retreat resembles a cowboy ranch and offers a variety of fun-filled activities. Enjoy horse riding and archers or opt for thrills such as go-karting, canoeing and rafting. Families and corporate groups can enjoy the novelty of staying in its log cabins or Red Indian styled tepee tents. A range of outdoor team building activities can be arranged.

 
 
 

WET WORLD PEDAS HOT SPRINGS

 

 

The Wet World Pedas Hot Springs, about 15 km or a 40-minute drive from Seremban, is a delightful retreat for the whole family. Its two open-air pools are popular with adults and children alike. For those who prefer privacy, the private bathtubs will be a relaxing and soothing experience. Attractions such as the underwater reflexology footpath, twin slides, wave pool and wading pool provide splashing fun for all.  Click here for details...

 
 
 

GOLFING

 

 

Among the international- standard golf courses in the state are Nilai Springs Golf & Country Club, located in a tranquil country setting between Kuala Lumpur and Seremban. Staffield Country Resort, about 45 minutes? drive from Koala Lumpur, ranks among the best greens in the country while Tuanku Jaafar Golf & Country Club along the Seremban-Tampin trunk road poses a unique challenge with its more than 90 sand traps. All these courses are 36-hole plays. Other golf courses include seaside greens and a royal course at Sri Menanti.

 
 
 

NATURE BECKONS

Negeri Sembilan?s pristine jungles, hills and rivers provide ideal settings for outdoor activities such as jungle trekking, camping, four-wheel drive excursions and other exhilarating adventures. Its recreational forests and waterfalls are popular spots for quiet picnics and enjoyable

family outings.

 

LATA KIJANG WATERFALL

 

 

Lata Kijang, nestled within the Kenaboi Forest Reserve in Jelebu, is one of the highest single drop waterfalls in Malaysia. Situated deep in the jungle, it is accessible by four-wheel drive from the Jelebu main road. The two-hour trip through rugged terrain, traversing Orang Asli or aboriginal settlements and a plethora of wild plants, rewards visitors with the breathtaking sight of this waterfall.

 

Within the forest reserve is Gunung Antu Besar, the highest peak in Negeri Sembilan at 1462 metres. Adventure-seekers can set Out to explore the stunning Jeram Berungut canyon. The diverse species of birds as well as the rare Raja Brooke Birdwing butterfly are other delightful attractions here. For overnight trips, camping or homestays can be arranged. Jelebu is located about 49 km from Seremban. For jungle excursions or four-wheel drive expeditions, prior arrangements must be made through tour agencies or the state forestry department.

 
 
 

ULU BENDUL RECREATIONAL FOREST

 

 

Located just 16 km from Seremban on the main road to Kuala Pilah, this recreational forest is ideal for activities such as mountain climbing, jungle trekking, camping and picnics. Set amidst the Gunung Angsi Forest Reserve, its verdant greenery and clear river water make it a favourite weekend retreat. Enjoy a refreshing dip in the stream or camp Out to spend a night under the stars. This recreational forest is equipped with facilities such as wooden chalets, camping sites, children?s playground, parking bays and restrooms. Ulu Bendul is the entry point to scale the 825-metre high Gunung Angsi, one of the most challenging terrains in the country. Other recreational forests in the state can be found in the district of Jempol. The De Bana Recreational Forest is a popular spot for rappelling and abseiling while the Serting Ulu Recreational Forest offers a thrilling suspension bridge crossing over a man-made pool.

 
 
 
 
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NEGERI SEMBILAN - SOUTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA