Take a pre-war tour to Seremban's oldest Catholic church, the Church of The Visitation or get close to furry roadrunners in Jelita Ostrich Farm. If you fancy a regal walkabout, take a royal sight-seeing at the Galeri Diraja Tuanku Ja'afar before wrapping up the majestic trip with a houlier ending at the Centipede Temple, nestled up the hills with a breathtaking scenery all the way up to the top.

Church of The Visitation

Oldest Catholic church in Seremban.Best time to visit is during Good Friday,Easter and Christmas Eve if you want to experience the festival.

Jelita Ostrich Farm

It is amongst one of the must visit attractions. The 4.2 hectare farm has been certified by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first ever ostrich farm in Malaysia.

Galeri Diraja Tuanku Ja'afar

This royal museum is located in Seremban's Lake Gardens. The museum showcases Tuanku Ja'afar's 42 year reign as Sultan of Negeri Sembilan. The exhibits are tastefully presented with descriptions in English and Bahasa Malaysia. Informative and worth a visit if in the area.

Seremban Cultural Complex

The Seremban Cultural COmplex was build after a traditional Minangkabau dwelling and comprises three main buildings - teratak perpatih, ampang tinggi palace and Negeri Sembilan House.

Centipede Temple

The temple, also known as Then Tze Khoon, sits on a ridge at the top of Wu Gong Hill (Bukit Jung) about 127 metres above sea level. Spot a centipede and expect some good fortune — that’s the belief among devotees at the Then Sze Koon Temple or Centipede Temple in Seremban.