Buses from Thailand, Singapore & other towns of Malaysia stop at the "Terminal One" bus station at the town center. There are also buses from here linking other towns within Negri Sembilan state. There happens to be a shopping mall by the same name beside this bus station.
The nearest airport to Seremban is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), about 30 minutes drive away. In fact, KLIA is nearer to Seremban than Kuala Lumpur!
The old trunk road (Federal Route 1) links Seremban to other towns/cities in Malaysia. The faster alternative is the North-South Expressway (NSE). The nearest exit is no. 218 (Seremban). Seremban is approximately 3 hours drive (non-stop)- 265km from Johor Baru and 45 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, using the NSE.
Seremban is on the main railway line linking Kuala Lumpur and Johor Baru. The railway station is located roughly at the town center.
Driving around Seremban is quite tough during the day with constant streams of busy traffic but not as bad as Kuala Lumpur or Penang Island due its volume. Traffic gets less busy away from the Seremban and Port Dickson toll plazas (towards Seremban 2)and Lake Gardens (Taman Tasik). Roads that should be avoided during peak hour include Jalan Tuanku Antah (Main road to Senawang), Jalan Rasah (main road to Port Dickson toll plaza), Jalan Sungai Ujong (main road to Seremban toll plaza)as well as the main city centre itself.
Seremban is pedestrian-hostile to some extent, due to a lack of pedestrian crossings. Drivers in the town also tend to drive fast and many do not give way to pedestrians. However, walking around the town is still easier than Kuala Lumpur beacuse of the smaller traffic volume here
There are a few shopping malls in Seremban,. These include "The Store", "Terminal One"and "Seremban Parade".
Generally, cost of living here is lower compared to Johor Baru & Kuala Lumpur.
- Tow Kee Hakka noodles 滔记客家麵, 94 Jalan Kapitan Tam Yeong, Phone: +60 6 761 6638. Existed in Seremban since 1930s. Home-made flat noodles come with minced pork in a thick clear sauce.
- Seremban Siew Pau
A special delicacy here called the 'Siew Pau'. It is a type of baked bun which is must-have by those who visit this town. The filling inside is usually minced pork.
BUDGET HOTEL - ROOM RATE AS LOW AS RM47.00
NO 1, JALAN TOMAN 2,
TEL/FAX: +60 6 7621829
Within the city centre
- Klana Resort Seremban, Jalan Penghulu Cantik
Phone: +60 6 7627888; 
- Royale Bintang Resort & Spa, Jalan Dato A S Dawood.
Phone: +60 6 7666999; 
Outside the city centre
Seremban is a pretty safe town to travel to. Crime rate is amongst the lowest in Malaysia. Just take the usual precautions when travelling to any town/city: avoid carrying large amounts of cash, wearing excessive jewellery & leaving valuables visible inside one's vehicle
This page was last edited at 05:18, on 8 March 2009 by Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel. Based on work by David, Tom Holland and T.C.Tan, Wikitravel user(s) Johnwxh30 and Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel.