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  • Natural Hot Springs Spa in Wet World Pedas

    by afadzli Updated Jan 29, 2012

    WET WORLD AIR PANAS PEDAS is your neighbourhood water theme park with a very unique feature; A NATURAL HOT SPRINGS SPA POOL.

    The natural hot water coming from underground springs has been around for hundreds of years. Many believe that the natural hot water has medicinal values for certain skin and rheumatism problems. It also help to relax muscles and relieve stress. At just about 10km from PLUS Pedas/Senawang exit, many local tourists and travelers stop by at this park to relax and have fun.

    THE WET WORLD is the largest water-based theme park chain in Malaysia. If you happened to be in Negeri Sembilan, don't forget to stop by at the park with your family and friends and enjoy tons of water splashing fun.

    The park also host events and functions such as Family Day, Birthday Parties and etc at a very affordable price with free telematches organized by THE WET WORLD crew.

    They are open everyday except on Tuesdays. Ticket price is only RM12.00 per person.

    You can contact them today for further inquiry:06-6857199
    or visit their website: http://www.owg.com.my/wetworld.html

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    Nilai - near Selangor

    by SLLiew Written Aug 22, 2007

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    Nilai Town is a day trip from Kuala Lumpur, about 30 minutes if there is no massive traffic jam.

    In Nilai, there is popular Nilai whole sale center with selling household products, furniture, artificial flowers and miscellaneous items at low cost price. The stalls are arranged in grid lines and air conditioned for shopping comfort.

    Nilai is also home to several universities and colleges.

    There is also a famous Chinese cemetry, Nilai Memorial, that affluent people who can afford bury their beloved ones. This place was filmed in several local movies and have even become a local tourist destination. So check you it out when you are still alive.

    Map showing Nilai between Seremban and Bangi

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    Seremban - State Capital

    by SLLiew Written Apr 23, 2007

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    Seremban is an easy quick exit from the PLUS highway.

    Found the traffic in town to be slow with a lot of traffic lights.

    Easy to locate a big food court in the center of town. Typical Malaysian state capital.

    Minangkabau roof building found in Seremban

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    Port Dickson - Popular Seaside Resort

    by SLLiew Written Apr 23, 2007

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    Port Dickson is very popular seaside resort for local tourist and families for a weekend at the beach from Kuala Lumpur and neighboring areas.

    The beach is not the cleanest in the world but nobody seems to care. There are many seaside stalls selling food, drinks, inflatables for swimming. Can be fun for beach activities like kicking the ball, throwing frisbees or building sand castles.

    I found the journey from Muar to Port Dickson quite torturing to drive and so better to get here from Seremban.

    Can be a day trip but better to stay overnight, swim in the resort pool and eat at an expensive seafood restaurant.

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    Playing Kite!!!!

    by kenari Written Nov 5, 2006

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    Beside golf,i love playing kites inherit from my Dad . Here in Seremban2 Park ,you can fly from small kite up to 15 feet kite as the wind here is strong enough to blow your skirt up!!!heheehe.come on sunday afternoon and you can play or just stroll along the park watching beautiful kites flying around.

    beautiful kite flying arond!!!

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    Jeram Berungut

    by xtcgodzilla Updated May 19, 2006

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    After the river trekking you'll come to the river canyon called Jeram Berungut by the locals. This place is totally secluded, which is a good thing. Everything there is totally 'untouched'.

    At the end of this is a fall waterfall and current there is quite strong. If you're a strong swimmer you can reach it and be rewarded by strong waters splasing on your back. Very therapeutic.

    I didn't get any pics there because my camera is not waterproof.

    The reward Check out the roots
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    Kijang Jatoh

    by xtcgodzilla Updated May 19, 2006

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    Claimed to be the tallest single drop fall in Malaysia of approximately 350 feet high, this is a must see when you're there. There's a small pool at the bottom where you can have a dip and have back 'massaged'. The view is spectacular and a perfect place to leave all your troubles behind.

    A nice place to unwind The other side of the fall
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    Port Dickson Beach

    by Kaynisa Written Apr 28, 2005

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    Port Dickson has one of the longest beaches in Malaysia, offering holiday makers ample room to frolic and have fun in the sun. With 18km of beachfront, you can stop anywhere along its coastal road and enjoy sandy beaches lined with tall casuarinas trees, coconut palms and the spreading branches of Banyan trees.

    A half hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur, you can plunge headlong into a day of fun-filled water sports, such as canoeing, snorkeling, water skiing and windsurfing.

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    Most Beautiful Pre-war Structure in Kuala Pilah

    by muddybok Written Nov 20, 2004

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    This is the most well kept, beautifully painted wall of the pre-war structures found in Kuala Pilah. The window frames and panels are remained original, the authentic looks of the building also not distorted with modern air-conditioning compressors or hand-phone advertisements.

    Well kept
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    Kampong Tour

    by muddybok Updated Nov 20, 2004

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    Beside the palace tour, you may want to consider a short tour into small villages around Sri Menanti.

    You will discover very rich kampong setting and nice roof arts that concaved upward (Minangkabau style).

    Complete story featured in Sri Menanti page.

    Kampong House
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    Mosque

    by muddybok Written Nov 20, 2004

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    The mosque is just next to the Temple of 3 Saints (Kuala Pilah) and it show the perfect proof that Malaysian are living in perfect harmony despite all the differences in cultures, traditions and religions.

    Complete story found in Kuala Pilah page.

    Mosque, Kuala Pilah
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    Temple of 3 Saints, Kuala Pilah

    by muddybok Written Nov 20, 2004

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    The three saints that they referring here are most probably the 3 most popular Chinese scholars. They are Confucius and the other two more kind of thing. (Don’t test my history, its disastrous)

    Of course Taoist temples like this is very common for town that mostly occupied by Chinese that carry out some traditional small businesses.

    Temple of 3 Saints, Kuala Pilah
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    Sri Menanti Architecture

    by muddybok Written Nov 20, 2004

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    Sri Menanti not just built entirely with solid wood, but it is also the only big palace architected without the usage of a single metal nails.

    The building was built entirely woods interlocked and wood pegs to hold the building in place and survive many years of administration purposes.

    Sri Menanti
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    Royal Museum of Sri Menanti (Old Palace)

    by muddybok Written Nov 20, 2004

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    The Royal Museum of Sri Menanti is one of the major attractions in Negeri Sembilan. Due to its difficult route access to Sri Menanti, some beach destinations had somehow overshadowed the full potential of Sri Menanti.

    Sri Menanti
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    Minangkabau Roof@Negeri Sembilan

    by muddybok Updated Aug 3, 2004

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    The name Negeri Sembilan means nine countries (negeri = country; sembilan = nine). This name is long-believed to be derived from their traditional bound with the Minangkabau people in West Sumatra, Indonesia. As you know, the Minangkabau people (tribe) in West Sumatra is formed of nine sub-tribes or lineages, big family lines called puak. This is remembered by the Minangkabau people in their motto: "Satu ranah Minang sembilan puak"... meaning "One Minang (or Minangkabau) land (consists of) nine puak".

    -Sources from Internet-

    Minangkabau Styled
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