To many, the train station is known as Tampin Train Station eventhough it has been unofficially re-named as Pulau Sebang Train Station.
The train station was built during the British Rule in Malaya in 1922 and is functional till today as part of the railway line that connects Singapore and Bangkok via Kuala Lumpur. Other than passenger trains, the station also accommodates cargo trains carrying major commodities such as cement, petrol, rubber and logs. The train station was badly damage due to the bombing by the Japanese army in WW2 but was later repaired after the war was over and remains as it is until today.
Pulau Sebang is strangely boomed commercially during the WWII period with most concrete shop lots built between years 1938-1940.
Either these merchants work as Japanese agents or they are carrying commodities that everyone can’t live without.
I have no answer for this one.
This stage will play some operas show during ghost festivals for the viewing of unseen. The show must be played on schedule whether the living is watching; some benches will be even allocated or reserved for the “guests” by the temple management.
Don’t be too happy and grab those seats if you see one.
As its name suggest, the Pulau Sebang Bus & Taxi Station is located in Pulau Sebang though for the locals, it is simply known as Tampin Bus station.
There are few bus companies that make a stop here at the bus station that connects Pulau Sebang/Tampin to Alor Gajah, Melaka, Rembau and Seremban.