State cultural complex

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 the chief minister yab dato seri hj abdul isa abdul samad.

It covers an area of 4 acres and consists of several buildings like the state museum’s board’s headquarters, teratak perpatih (state museum), rumah negeri sembilan (negeri sembilan house), top-spinning area and istana ampang tinggi (an old wooden palace) as well as artifacts such as the megaliths.