Negeri Sembilan Hotels
Where to Stay in Negeri Sembilan
Home to the west coast’s last stretch of preserved forest, Cape Rachado Forest Reserve, tiny Negeri Sembilan isn’t an extremely popular state. Featuring a few notable sights, the region’s most renowned spot is Port Dickson – a seaside strip that runs the length from the Cape Richardo lighthouse 16km to the south. 34km north of PD is Negeri Sembilan’s capital, the strongly Minangkabau-influenced Seremban which was once a thriving tin mining town. To get a taste of the capital’s offerings, visit the Lake Gardens, State Mosque, Museum and Cultural Complex and if you don’t mind travelling a little further, head 30km east of Seremban to Sri Menanti, the old capital of the state. This is Minangkabau heartland with a beautiful palace and a large mosque. Lodgings here, ranging from budget deals to luxury ventures – are reasonably priced.