Hotel Lotus

No 1, Jalan Toman 2, Kemayan Square, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, 70200, Malaysia
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More about Seremban

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the food...the food...

the facade...the facade...

the dining hall...the dining hall...

seremban parade...seremban parade...

Forum Posts

need some info

by threemurtea

how to go to seremban from KL by bus?how much cost for this?

Re: need some info

by zjenson

Less than USD3.00 for a nice cool air-cond coach. Bout 45 minutes ride, provided the highway is clear..

Re: need some info

by din2x

Another option:
take KTM Komuter train instead of bus. It takes longer but good for sightseeing.
From KL, you can take train from various location such as Putra, Bank Negara, Kuala Lumpur or KL Sentral.

RM6.00 for a journey from KL Sentral to Seremban. Or you can purchase a daily pass at RM12.00 if you want to make a stop somewhere else, like shopping at Midvalley (Midvalley Megamall and The Garden) among others.

For KTM Komuter route map: http://ktmkomuter.com.my/station_maps/routemap/routemap.swf

Travel Tips for Seremban

Terminal Shopping Centre

by l_joo

Terminal Shopping Centre and Parkson is a good spot for reducing heat, because the air-conditioning system is very powerful, you can go inside to enjoy while shopping. Located next to Wesley Methodist School.

4D shop

by l_joo

4D shop is a shop for everbody to play 4 digit numbers to win money, is a super popular shop in Malaysia, Seremban is no exception. You can play a bet Rm5 to as much as you can, and if you are lucky, you will win millions of Ringgits. 4D shop is the one in yellow color.

Seremban Malays

by SLLiew

In Seremban, you will find most of the staff in the government offices, banks, police station and post office are Malays.

Almost all Malay women usually wear a Muslim head scarf and so it is easy for any tourist to know who is Malay.

Most of Malays live outside the down town in their villages or the new housing flats and residential areas.

Seremban International Golf Club (SIGC)

by chiabh

The par-72 18-holes course plays to 6,236m from the men's tees... The course is an old course grouped together as the "Royal" courses such Royal Perak Golf Club, Royal Pahang Golf Club, Royal Selangor Golf Club etc... The First Nine plays to 3,181m while the Second Nine to 3,055m... The course is matured with old trees lining the fairway providing much needed shade... The fairway is of cow grass with minimum water hazards... It is a long undulating course... The First Nine is rather flat except for the opening hole #1 and closing hole #9... The Second Nine is more hilly and challenging...

SIGC is a buggy course although members can also walk the course... Caddies are available and is compulsory during peak hours of play... The usual men and ladies changing room were upgraded for the Sukma Games in 2006... There is the Golfer's Terrace for simple food and drinks... There is also a driving range... The clubhouse also have a swimming pool...

Beaches and Lighthouses

by ogb4619

Take a US$2.50 bus trip to Port Dickson for a 1/2 day excursion.
It's still-water swimming and great for the kids, Port Dickson is Negeri Sembilan's beach area.
Fulll range of accommodation, handcraft shops and lovely beaches and lighthouse to explore.
A nice quiet relaxing time to recover from your day in Kuala Lumpur.

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