Wet World Resort is located in a place called Pedas, halfway between Rembau and Seremban . It is a water themepark that incorporate natural hot spring as one of its main attractions.
The natural hot spring was initially only known to the locals. However, during the colonial days it become well known to others when British colonialist began to settle in the area in the 19th century. It is believed that the hot spring has curative properties for various kind of skin ailments. Today, with the completrion of the Wet World water themepark, the natural thermal water is channeled from the hot spring into the spa pool, reflexology footbath and the water themepark.
Entrance fees and operating hours:
RM5 (adults) and RM3 (children aged between three and 12) from Monday to Friday (1pm - 7pm). RM8 (adults) and RM5 (children aged between three and 12) on weekends and public holidays (10am - 7pm).
The park is closed every Tuesday for maintenance.
The Masjid Jamek Rembau is the main mosque for the district of Rembau. Located right in the heart of Rembau town, it has a small blue dome and a minaret with a large prayer hall. As a relatively newly buid mosque, architecturally, the design of the mosque is just like the typical modern design of a mosque commonly found elsewhere.
Rembau town is located in the middle of Rembau district. It is a relatively small old town, with just few row of mostly wooden shop houses. However, being the administrative town for the district, the town has few public amenities such as a district office, hospital, police station, bus station, schools and shops. About 1km from the town centre is the Rembau train station - a small train station that would reminds you of the old colonial days.
On Saturday mornings, a lively and brisk open air market will be held at the centre of the town. This is when the locals go about buying the freshest items from the farm in a relax and convivial small town atmosphere.
Street restaurant is one of the ways of eating at Rembau, you can eat inside a good restaurant, not neccessarily eating at roadside.
This hill is only about 2900ft in height, some 3 hours up down. Entrance fee RM1 only. To get there from Kuala Lumpur, just drive the North-South Expressway heading South. Take Exit 223 (Pedas/Linggi). Drive until the junction of Pedas town, not to Pedas but turn right. Keep driving until you see a signboard to Gunung Datuk, turn left. You are very close now, just drive according to the signages and you will come to Gunung Datuk base camp. All in less than 2 hours from KL.