16 Facts About Seremban


Seremban is a city in the Seremban District and the capital of the state of Negeri Sembilan in Peninsular Malaysia.

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Seremban was founded as Sungei Ujong, named after a nearby river of the same name.

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Part of the Malaysia Vision Valley corridor and the National Growth Conurbation, Seremban is considered to be the southern limit of the Greater Kuala Lumpur metropolitan area.

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Seremban provides access to Kuala Klawang through highway, Kuala Pilah to the east through highway and the coastal town of Port Dickson through highway or SPDH to the west.

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Many Seremban buildings adapted this feature, such as the Seremban City Hall, the Wisma Negeri and the State Museum.

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Seremban currently serves as the home ground of Negeri Sembilan FC football team.

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Seremban is known for its special delicacies comprising Malay, Chinese, and Indian cuisine.

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Seremban is well known for its Nasi Padang or Minangkabau dishes.

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Seremban is famous for baked crabs with many establishments situated along Jalan Tuanku Munawir and beef noodles, especially the beef noodles food stalls here which have survived for more than a generation.

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Seremban Lake Garden is a recreational and leisure centre in Seremban which attracts many visitors, especially during public holidays and weekends.

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Seremban 2 is a new satellite township about 4 kilometres south-east of the existing old Seremban town centre.

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Seremban is the business and commercial centre for most towns and villages in Negeri Sembilan.

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Seremban has designated numerous zones in the city to market locally manufactured products such as antiques, textiles, fabrics and handicrafts.

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Seremban has many hospitals and medical centres, which include a government hospital and private-owned hospitals.

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Seremban is currently represented in the Dewan Rakyat of the Malaysian Parliament by Anthony Loke Siew Fook of the DAP.

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Certain wards of Seremban, though administered by the Seremban City Council, are actually located in other parliamentary constituencies; for instance, Paroi is represented by Rembau constituency, while Mambau, Bukit Kepayang, Rahang and Senawang are located within the borders of Rasah parliamentary constituency.

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