Seremban Lake Gardens
Located in the Centre of town, Seremban Lake Gardens is one of the most picturesque gardens in the state. Its lush greenery and well-maintained lawns is ideal for rest and recreation lawns is ideal for rest and recreation as well as family picincs. It has two lakes, a jogging track and a mini bird park.
Located within the grounds of the Cultural Handicraft Complex, the State Museum is actually an old wooden place that has been reassembled for public viewing Built entirely of wood, this palace which has seen previous days of royal splendor at its old site at Kampung Ampang Tinggi, houses various old and historical artfacts like weapons as well as brass and silverware which will interest those who are keen on local history. Also on display is a tableau portraying a grand royal wedding.
Sri Menanti Palace and Royal Museum
A visit to Negri Sembilan would be incomplete without a trip to the historic royal town of Sri Menanti, a leisurely 30 minutes drive south east of Seremban passing through hilly terrain and pleasant countryside. The royal town's main attraction is the former Sri Menanti Palace presently converted without the use of a single nail. It served as the official residence of the royal family until 1931. It presently contains a collection of the state's royal regalia.
Negeri Sembilan offers a quiet hideaway in the beach resort of Port Dickson, 33km south west of Seremban. Popularly known as PD, the resort has an excellent beach front with ample accomodation facilities. Visitors can find numberous picnic spots and enjoy a range of sea sports, sea food and fishing trips. While in PD, go on a jaunt to the Tanjung Tuan lighthouse at Cape Rachado and on a clear day, you might be able to get a glimpse of Sumatra across the Straits of Melaka.
Pedas Hot Springs
The Pedas Hot Springs is located in the district of Rembau, 30km south of Seremban. The sulphurous content of its pools is claimed to have curative properties for skin conditions and other ailments.