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Throughout Malaysian towns, and Seremban included, a pasar malam can be found almost every night.
Maybe the biggest pasar malam in Seremban can be found at Ampangan, 2 km from the city centre.
Here you can see the locals buying their food, clothing, the occasional pirated CD and a wide range of other daily needs.
They are not for tourists. This is where the average working class buy their produce because generally, it's cheaper than alsewhere.
The "pasar besar" (big market) is held in the city centre and a few smaller ones exist in the suburbs.
For most western tourists, these "wet markets" are a bit of a culture shock. Watch the chicken killed as you order. The smell may scare you if you're not warned.!!
It's a great experience and why i recommend Malaysia before other S.E.A places coz it's a lot cleaner and more hygeinic (believe it or not).
Again, here is where the fruit, vegies and meats are sold., best time to visit is in the mornings between 7am and 11.30am.
What to buy: This is a cultural visit to see how the locals buy their foods. It's not your average grocery store.!!
What to pay: Very little
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: any suburb (Taman) in Seremabn
Seremban Parade is the shopping complex for Parkson Group... It joins other outlets such as Ipoh Parade and Melaka Parade...
What to buy: Like any other shopping complexes, there are numerous other tenants selling all varieties of goods... There are shops selling clothings, mobile phones, electrical good, gold ornaments, florists, shoes and leather goods etc... The anchor tenant is of course Parkson Department Store...
Written Dec 6, 2008
Address: Ja;an Rahang, Seremban
Seremban Parade occupies an unrivalled position within the town of Seremban. It is a stone's throw away from the popular Lake Gardens and the towns's KTM station and within easy reach of the main bus terminal.
Written Oct 16, 2007
Address: Jalan Dato' Bandar Tunggal
Phone: 06 764 8282
These are the two major 4 story shopping complexes in Seremban. Both are within 3 minutes walk of everything.
Here you will find independant shops and the major tenant selling almost everything you could be interested in.
Prices are cheaper than KL and the range (minus the brand names) is almost as good.
You must buy some of the many good quality local brands.
What to buy: Crocodile and John Masters brands for men.
Check out the many gold shops where they sell 18 carat and more (from 916 to 999 gold).
What to pay: If you shop in these two shopping complexes, the prices are fixed and clearly marked.
Updated Jun 29, 2003
Address: You can see them from anywhere in town.
Terminal One Mall ( commonly abbreviated as Terminal or T1 by the locals ) is a shopping mall located at the heart of Seremban in Malaysia. It was built in 1996.
Written Oct 18, 2007
Address: Jalan Sungai Ujong
4 Reviews and 95 Opinions It is now called Royal Adelphi. I called them to book a room. the first person quoted an outrageous...
5 Reviews and 14 Opinions For a budget or economical hotel in the town area, this hotel is commendable. The reception area...