- 2D1N stay for 2 for RM160 (up to RM214 value)
- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM300 (up to RM428 value)
Hotel at a Glance
Wedged in the thrust of Seremban’s inner-city scenes, the Hotel settles conveniently within a five-minute drive from the local train station. While straddling the urban sprawl, a neighbouring blanket of green evens out the town-top hues of terracotta, as the burgeoning locales of Kasturi Kelana Park and Taman Tasik Seremban peep amid the Hotel’s northwestern radius. Encapsulated in its own portion of the warm foliage, your host circularly partitions the thicket, beholding within it a blue-tinged scape where one can find the Hotel’s alabaster crescent hugging the centrefold of its lagoon - vast splashing grounds resting against a backdrop of the main complex and a scattering of palm trees. Similarly restful in its nestling amid the greenery, the range of suites abound within hold shaded respite upon beige spaces adorned with smooth pairings of carpeted treads and assorted necessities that come affixed within the domain.
- Dispel frets in the search of nosh at your host’s main restaurant - Yuri Japanese Restaurant, where traditionally styled servings of oriental cuisine come prepared within a space replete with private tatami dining arrangements; or opt for buffet selections served within Selera Coffee House, as well as the freshly baked confectioneries abound in The Bakers.
- Splash about within the wide outdoor pool after a pumping game of volleyball, or a fueling workout session within the Hotel’s gym and fitness centre - or alternatively, get your fill of leisure in the Hotel’s indoor recreation room with games of table tennis, darts, carrom, and more.
- 28 sqm room
- 2 single beds or 1 Queen-sized bed
- Max. occupancy: 2 adults and 1 child aged 2 and below per room
- Swimming pool
- Yuri Japanese Restaurant
- Cafe and bakery
- Volleyball court
- Outdoor activities (flying fox, rappeling, jungle trekking, and more)
- Indoor recreation room (table tennis, darts, carrom, snooker, and more)
- Laundry services
- Complimentary Wi-Fi access
- Complimentary parking
Seremban, Negeri Sembilan: What to see and do
Formerly known as Sungai Ujong after the namesake river coursing through its vicinity, the forming of Seremban came into effect very much within the same vein as the northern domain of Ipoh, owing its elevation in development to the advent of ore mining back in the heyday of the tin trade. Although often overlooked in the search for more immediate tourist conventions, the state holds a wealth of its own attractions adorned in a tapestry of traditions and past legacies. Most prominently helmed is the basing of the Minangkabau culture abound in the reminiscence of Seremban heritage, owing the transplant of foreign Sumatran norms and beliefs to the resettlement of inhabitants of West Sumatera who defined themselves as Minang folk through the proliferation of buffalo horn motifs (parallel to the essence of its moNiker - “minang” translated as victory, and “kabao” meaning buffalo), evident in the upward-pointing roofs atop traditional houses that line the more rural drive-bys and scenic routes.
Beyond sourcing for anthropological pairings, the avid traveller may also seek leisure in animal companionship like the company of ostriches within the Jelita Ostrich Farm. Hailed as the nation’s premier ostrich farm, the domain proffers much to do in the accompaniment of the avian mascots, among which guests can marvel at peculiarly sizable eggs and take on the challenge of jockeying the majestic bird. Still entrenched within the state’s wild side, the more adventurous can find the green untamed a more fulfilling endeavour as one can forego the bustling city centre and lunge upwards to the summit of Gunung Besar Hantu, where treks unfold along varied terrains, interspersed by the mingling streams of Sungai Kering. Back into the fold of civilization, the township of Seremban holds much to display its conglomeration of diverse peoples, with most of its old town streets conveying the trade of Chinese craftsmanship and Indian sundry merchantry, while the savoury amalgam of beef noodles, Teochew congee, porridge servings and rendang holds true amid the state’s culinary representatives.