All About Seremban

November 9, 2020 in Food, Seremban

Best Nasi Lemak in Seremban

Nasi Lemak, our national dish and definitely one of the most popular.
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October 27, 2020 in Environment, Seremban

Fishing In Malaysia 10 Hottest Spot

Fishing in Malaysia might not be limited and restricted to the usual hot spot like Rompin or even Port Dickson.
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September 5, 2020 in Food, Seremban

Past and present practices of the Malay food heritage and culture in Malaysia

Malay heritage varies from north to south; however, there are various similarities and differences. Essentially, Malay heritage food is influenced by a myriad of cultures, such as Arab, Indian, Chinese,…
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September 4, 2020 in Food, Seremban

No rush in town of Titi

DRIVING into Titi, a small township in Negri Sembilan’s Jelebu district, it is hard to miss the signboards that announce the area’s biggest attractions such as the corrections facility and…
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September 3, 2020 in History, Seremban

Malaysian enchantment found in local myths and legends

“TELL me a story, ma…” begs the child, weary with the play of the day and ready for that happy hour just before bedtime.
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September 3, 2020 in Environment, Seremban

Fraser’s Hill 100th anniversary: Life in ‘little England’

RAUB: BORN and raised in Fraser’s Hill near here, O. Sevegen @ Segar is among the few who grew up witnessing the transformation at the highland.
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September 3, 2020 in History, Seremban

History Of Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands was found in 1885 by William Cameron which was eventually have the area named in his honour. William Cameron, a British colonial government surveyor, accompanied by his companion,…
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September 2, 2020 in Culture, Seremban

Our Global Neighbors: A story of Minangkabau in eight paragraphs

Minangkabau people, in West Sumatra province of Indonesia, are known for spectacular longhouses rumah gadang, refined textiles (some with gold thread), lavish ceremonial costumes and strong matrilineal tradition.
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August 27, 2020 in History, Seremban

My Hometown Through The Years – Seremban

My Hometown Through The Years - Seremban
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July 6, 2020 in Environment, Seremban

A tale of two cities in Seremban

The common perception of Seremban is as a pit stop for holiday makers travelling to Port Dickson, Melaka or even Johor but the Negeri Sembilan capital has much more to offer.
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July 6, 2020 in Seremban, Tourism

Proud of their paradise

SEREMBAN often has an undeserved reputation of being a sleepy hollow which is only “good enough for retirement”. The capital of Negri Sembilan may have got its boring and “not…
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July 5, 2020 in Other, Seremban

History of Negeri Sembilan

Negeri Sembilan is one of Malaysia's thirteen states and lies on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, just south of Kuala Lumpur. The name, which lierally translates as NIne States,…
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July 4, 2020 in History, Seremban

A port named after Dickson

PORT Dickson in Negri Sembilan is well known around the country. It is a place many make a beeline for with family and friends, especially on long weekends.
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June 17, 2020 in Food, Seremban

YI POH LOU SHU FUN 姨婆老鼠粉的故事 – THE UNTOLD STORY

‘So who is the person you called Yi Poh?’ I asked Thong Chee Kong the owner of Yi Poh Loh Shee Fun and he answered ‘Yi Poh is my grandmother’s…
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June 15, 2020 in Seremban, Tourism

The Culture Street In Seremban

Hi, Today we will talk about the place you must visit in Seremban which is N9 Sungei Ujong Walk. Want to know what is the specialty of this place? Let's…
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June 15, 2020 in History, Seremban

Seremban must preserve what’s left of railway history

Half a century ago, this train station carried raw materials and passengers of all races. Built at a cost of $26,000, the Seremban train station was once the pride and…
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