The Army Museum will lead us back to the memoirs of various inheritance, ultimate collections of artifact which had once witnessed the battlement to retain the sovereignty of our beloved country.
The Army Museum has been honoured a MERIT AWARD in category of “Best Tourist Attraction” with National Identity (Heritage) 2005/2006 by the Tourism Malaysia.
Come and experience the Pepper Ghost, the first of its kind in Malaysia and the atmosphere of the night at the dock of Malacca fort as well as the underground tunnel of the Malayan Communist Party.
The beaches of Port Dickson (PD) is a famous weekend retreat for city dwellers.
Port Dickson is said to have been named after a British officer, Sir John Frederik Dickson in 1889. Others mention that the place was named after another British officer who supervised the British ports handling ore in Lukut, a district of Port Dickson at the time.
Port Dickson is more famous for its attractive beaches, ample amenities and good infrastructure. There are also various types of accommodation for those wishing to holiday here.
Among the famous beaches here are Teluk Kemang and Blue Lagoon. There are also infrastructure for watersports dan beach activity.
The Negeri Sembilan Institute has set up a special site in Rembau District, the largest crystal village complex in Malaysia. It recently opened on 1st December 2007.
The Rembau Crystal Village is also a training complex, manufacturer and exhibition site. The structure of the Rembau Crystal gallery is also a unique insight into the Malay Minangkabau architectural heritage.
The products made and sold here are from crystal and come in different forms. These include table lamps, crystal souvenirs, dining ware, accessories and much more. Crystal made with the highest international standards is sold here.
The crystal village is also a venue for local youths to learn the craft of crystal making, as well as the opportunity to sell their handicrafts. This also helps to put Rembau on the Malaysian tourist map.
Come over to the largest crystal village in Malaysia and find great bargains galore!
Seri Menanti Royal Museum
The Seri Menanti Royal Museum was built in 1902 – 1905. It was originally a palace for the Negeri Sembilan Royal family. It is situated in the Royal town of Seri Menanti, about 50 km from the capital, Seremban.
This five storey wooden palace, was built using no nails or screws. The carpenters at the time used wooden pegs so that the palace would be able to withstand the times.
It also uses 99 solid timber pillars, soaring 65 feet. Black in colour, the palace also has intricate flower motifs beautifying the regal palace.
Visitors can find costumes, weaponry, bed chambers as well as documents on the royal lineage on display in the museum