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Travel Singapore to Seremban by Bus
The duration of travel from Singapore to Seremban is approximately 3 hours 30 minutes subject to the traffic condition and weather. The two destinations are approximately 290km away. On CatchThatBus mobile app or www.catchthatbus.com, you can choose to board the bus at 1130am or 9pm everyday. Starmart Express departs from Golden Mile Tower and its drop-off point is Terminal One.
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Things to do Seremban
The capital city of Negeri Sembilan, Seremban is a dynamic fusion of city living with homely countryside vibe. Most people reside in Seremban and travel to Kuala Lumpur to earn a living because the former simply offers a better quality, less strenuous living.
Chinese usually visit the Centipede Temple to pray and look for blessings. According to some, if you come across or see a centipede there, you will have luck. Another attraction is the Jelita Ostrich Farm. Here, you can feed the ostriches, watch them race, test their eggs for strength, and even try riding one yourself. An exciting experience for you and your family!
See the personal collections and the life of Tuanku Ja’afar at Galeri Diraja Tuanku Ja’afar. To learn more about the history of Negeri Sembilan, head over to the State Museum (Muzium Negeri Sembilan). You may also visit the local art complex in Seremban, the Cultural Handicraft Complex & Minangkabau House.
What to eat in Seremban?
In Seremban, you can find a lot of specialties from Chinese delicacies up to Arabian dishes. Renowned throughout the country, the Seremban Siew Pau is a must-have for visitors. One of the best restaurants serving authentic Negeri Sembilan Malay cooking, visit Restoran Nelayan during lunch hour and enjoy the variety of dishes for nasi campur. Don’t miss Nasi Arab Damsyik; the Arabian dishes have been localised to suit the locals’ tastebuds and they taste divine (and spicy, too!). Wash down all the heavy meals with a refreshing cendol, a traditional Malay dessert made of coconut milk and brown sugar mixed with toppings such as sweetcorn, glutinuous rice, and many more. Local hotspots include Haji Shariff’s Cendol and Cendol TKC near the old Tunku Kurshiah College.