just about 200m off the seremban-labu interchange, you’ll catch the sight of several majestic wooden houses. Synonymous with the identity of negeri sembilan, these houses boast the minangkabau architecture with full pride and they make up the state cultural complex. The complex was established in 1983 and was officiated on the 8th july 1986 by … Read more
there are two entrances to the park, one from the road opposite the state mosque and the other from within the seremban lake garden. Along the path of the lake garden, there is a little iron gate that leads into the bird park. Walk up the narrow brick stairs which has been interestingly painted red … Read more
The State Mosque is adorned with nine pillars which symbolize the nine districts. The pillar jut out at all corners of the building and on top of each pillar is a crescent and a star to represent ‘enlightenment’ for the muslim. Poised from the inside, the calmness of the mind seems to seep through the … Read more
The building was built in 1912 by an englishman b.p habback with the assistance of the state’s public works department. Situated within the area of the Seremban lake, the features of the building has the characteritics of the colonial days. This former State Secretariat Building is now the State Library.
This palace is built with 99 pillars depicting the 99 this warriors of the various luak-luak (clans). A grandeur of the past, built entirely of wood, this building is contructed in 1902. This palace beautifully designed with the building elements bearing intricate carvings of some varied local motifs. Situated within a beautiful surrounding, the palace … Read more
A garden with impressive contours and landscape which make it good for strolls and jogs by morning and evening. For those who have relaxation in mind, it also almost shady all day long at the park with the various kinds of big trees in the surroundings. There are also ample concrete benches overlooking the lake … Read more