What to do in Seremban?
Seremban is a small town but by no means is it devoid of attractions. If you find yourself in Seremban, you’ll be in a perfect spot to learn about the culture of each of the races in Malaysia. Take a stroll down to the Church of Visitation and Centipede Chinese Temple to get a picture of what local architecture looked like a century ago. At the Centipede Temple, you can offer your prayers to the gods and pose with statues of several Chinese deities and people say that if you encounter a live centipede during your visit, you’ll be blessed by good luck. Animal lovers will want to visit Jelita Ostrich farm where there are plenty of activities you can participate in to interact with these unique animals, including riding on an ostrich. Fans of nature will want to travel to either Gunung Angsi or Gunung Besar Hantu which are popular among amateur climbers and are both relatively untouched by any pollution or development. To have a taste of Seremban’s history, you can go to the Seremban Cultural Complex that hosts several authentic traditional houses of the Minangkabau people who form the majority of citizens in the state.
What to eat in Seremban?
You can also take the opportunity to try some of Seremban’s famous foods including beef noodles, Hakka noodles, and Siew Bao, a type of baked meat bao that is a specialty of the town.
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