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Too little visitors come here considering that this is a cultural museum. If you have no other place to visit in Seremban then it is one of the places to go. You may take your time to roam around as the area is too small,...More
We went on a day trip to Sembilan from KL using the train. Didn’t really go as planned as I fell over at the train station but what lovely people! The train guard and the policeman insisted that I sit down and have my knee...More
One look and it was exciting. Entrance is free. The main complex named Teratak Perpatih was nicely done up as a mini museum, just the ground floor. Outside there is the replica of a palace and a house. You may climb up and visit the...More
It's a good place to learn history and culture of Negeri Sembilan. Two traditional bulding are built beside the museum and allowed enter into it. First floor is an exibition hall for egypt item. Worth to visit at least once
It is very dull place to visit... but if you need to take a look at the house of Minangkabau architecture, that you can have it.
In order to make it more attractive, this place was having an Egypt history exhibition with some replicas... well,...More
This cultural centre has its unique Minangkabau style architecture of pointy roofs resembling buffalo horns. There is a museum of displaying arts and artifacts, a hall dedicated to postal services, outdoor displays of traditional houses, old locomotive and wooden boats.
This is definitely one place to skip if you're on a short day trip to Seremban unless you happen to be passing by the area. With such a name as 'State Museum' and 'Cultural Complex', you'd expect something decent, but this was not the case...More