You may encounter some cows crossing while you’re driving towards Sri Menanti Loyal Palace. Just slow down and wait for them to make way for you.
Some people may tell you that driving in Malaysia is very hazardous because you'll always see some cows crossing the road. This is not TRUE because most highway or federal expressway have very strict rules and not allowing owners' of the herbs to endanger motorists' lives on high speed access roads. You will only see cows/goats crossing in small villages where shepherd boys will direct the herbs to eat from one location to another.
I dare you not to follow the arrow. If you can afford to ignore the double line, why don’t you ignore the arrow too?
You can see that i place very high emphasis on road safety here is because this stretch of Negeri Sembilan roads are some of the highest mortality rate in the country. Before you can really see the Sri Menanti or touring the Kuala Pilah, you need to drive safely and live to see the places mentioned.
Please respect the traffic rules when you see double lines on the road. They are not painted for fun, but there to protect your life.
Try to prove the line as obstacle will often prove futile.
I am writing this warning tip is because starting from the road passed Senawang to Sri Menanti, more than 70% of the road is painted with no overtaking double lines except at some special hill pass where 2nd lane was created for lighter vehicles to overtake big heavy, slow moving lorries.
Look out for golfer crossing if you’re access to Sri Menanti via N29.
Road accident is a great criminal offend in Malaysia.
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.
These organic land mines can be found almost quite common if you’re entering small villages.
You may not spot any of them on you way driving along main road accessible to Sri Menanti. But be prepared to see/splash some on your car tires if you’re exploring smaller villages to better appreciate the Minangkabau roof arts & kampong lifestyles.
Please be extra careful when you’re driving to Kuala Pilah irregardless of which route you use.
The stretch from Senawang to Kuala Pilah is especially dangerous with turns that require more than 100 degree turn and driving in low gear will help you to negotiate the corner better.
Any mistake will end you few hundred feet below.