If you’re access from N29, you will pass Royal Golf Club of Sri Menanti. Do watch out for golfer crossing while you’re looking out at the nice sceneries.
The KGDSM Golf Course spanned across both side of N29 and often time where will be some small gates opening for crossing of golfers and their turf maids.
Majority of the villagers live around Sri Menanti are farming in one way of the other. Beside growing paddi, durian, banana & other tropic fruits are very common here.
Although Malaysia has made its name on the map for world class structure like KLCC, Sepang International Airport & Sepang F1 Circuit and its Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC), most of the village folks still very much involved in agricultural activities as their means of living.
Most visitors coming from Seremban direction will access to Sri Menanti via this exit. The road further down will lead you to 2nd entrance and also to Kuala Pilah.
How do you know whether you’re taking the right turn? Make sure you see some paddi field and exhibition centre on you left and one impressive Minangkabau style arch is welcoming you. You will also spot a yellow arrow sign printed with huge "N29=>".
Since Sri Menanti area is surrounded by several kampongs. Basic facilities such as health care, post office, police station, mosques and etc are quite well equipped.
In fact I dare say that everywhere you go, you can always be at peace and enjoy your trip to the maximum. The only hazards one can bring to their lives are carelessness in driving and reckless in doing the extreme sports.
Don’t ask me about the possibility of getting Malaria in Malaysia or visiting Sri Menanti. I won’t answer a question that was asked based on baseless assumptions and hardening of category just because some rural areas do not looks as comfortable as your own country.
Majority of the villagers here adopted Islamic faith as their way of live. In fact it’s hard to even spot a Chinese or Indian (minus the visitors) around the area.
If you want to see some other communities other than Malays, you will need to travel few more KMs to Kuala Pilah where people of different faith lives in perfect harmony with each other.
Favorite thing: Most people will notice that cows in the kampongs are released and allowed to roam freely, except on the official road!