- Reviews: 185
Angsana Inn: Convenient Place To Stay
If you come to town for the Seremban Half Marathon, this is a very good place to put a night at. Just 5 mins walk to the starting field.
If you want peace and quiet place? Go somewhere else, cause it is located at the busiest section of Seremban.
Convenient location: Right smack in the city center. Walking distance to banks, train station, goverment offices, bus terminal, shopping malls, park etc.
My room & the bathroom were clean. TV- local channels only. Collected two bottles of complimentary water from the reception after checking in.
My complaint: Can be very noisy at night due to illegal car races. It caused me sleepless night.
- Reviews: 1
The Shorea: Forest Resort
This is a newly opened boutique resort near the Berumbun Forest reserve. It has 4 villas and a beautiful swimming pool. The view from each villa was fantastic.
We arrived at the resort and was greeted by the friendly staff Kak Su and Prema. The villa that we stayed, Villa Bougainvillea, has a balcony that looks directly at the berumbun rainforest and the swimming pool. We love the sunken bathtub.
The staff set up the BBQ for us in the evening and we had brought our own food. The sunset from the balcony is amazing. Breakfast was a yummy and filling Nasi Lemak.
Overall, it is a fantastic place. Nice and relaxing to getaway from the city.
Will recommend to all couples and families.
The sunset from the balcony is amazing.
Great service and relaxing place.
- Reviews: 350
Allson Klana Resort -Seremban-: Big Swimming Pool
The hotel is nice and clean. Breakfast not included. For the same price or less, Royal Adelphi (former Hilton Hotel) is nicer, cleaner and includes breakfast.
I was allocated a room on a floor that has renovation on-going (Sunday) and, of course, the corridor was dusty and untidy. Seems like there's plenty of rooms available in the resort.
- Reviews: 3730
Typical moden housing estate
I was invited to my friend's drawing studio in Seremban city center. She lives there and work as an architecture for Seremban City Council. We spend the whole night chit chating until morning.
- Reviews: 505
Allson Klana: Best resort and business hotel in Seremban
The Allson Klana Resort in Seremban offers a complete break from the bustling city life, and the opportunity to combine business with pleasure. The resort comprises 24 acres of beautiful, landscaped gardens including a waterfall and one of Malaysia’s largest lagoon-shaped swimming pools. The hotel’s leisure and sports facilities provide endless hours of fun for hotel guests. For banquets and conferences, seminars and incentives, the more than ample function space and generous grounds make an ideal venue.
- Reviews: 98
Rotary Club "Sunshine Camp": Budget Hostel
The Rotary Club of Seremban, the oldest Rotary Club in South East Asia, owns a youth hostel-type accommodation in Port Dickson, 26 km and 30 minutes from Seremban on the beachfront.
It's a D.I.Y. type thing with dormitory sleeping but has private rooms also.
The Rotary Club uses it for underpriveledged children but it is also open to travellers and can be taken for around US$5 per night.
A great place to rest for a few nights and enjoy the peaceful beach scene.
- Reviews: 98
Many to chose from: More budget hotels
Living in Seremban, we don't stay at hotels, but the purpose of this tip is to cater for those who don't like paying around US$100 for 9 hours sleep and little else.
Duriing our many travels in Europe etc, we have always found it more fun to go where the locals go.
5 star hotels are for wealthy people and business people whio have little time or inclination to socialise with tourists.
They cater for tourists. NOT, however, for travellers, and if you don't know the differnce between tourists and travellers, you haven't travelled.
Unrated (budget) hotels on the other hand, cater for the averaqe person who is likely to be friendly and hospitable and may join you for food or drinks if you want to mix with the locals.
Therefore, i suggest that you chose from the 20 or more budget hotels in Seremban.
These will cost you between US$17 and US$25 per night. The rooms will be small (not as small as the US$75 room we had in Istanbul), but will be air conditioned.
Many will have shared bathrooms (like the one in London where we paid US$55) and very few will have on-site restaurants (spelt "Restoran").
If you see young girls running around the corridors or coming and going through the reception, you may chose to try another one.
Where are they? - if you're in Seremban, there is probably one within 500 metres of where you're standing.
If you're about to arrive, ask the first person you meet or the taxi or bus driver.
You will never have to book.
This is what i call travelling.
Mix with the locals.
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