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Welcome to Negeri Sembilan

Negeri Sembilan was settled between the 15th and the 16th century by the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra who migrated to the region during the height of the Malay Sultanate in Malacca.

The Minangkabau brought along with them a rich cultural heritage which is still preserved and practised today as the fascinating ‘Adat Pepatih’, a matrilineal system of inheritance and administration that is unique to the State.

In its early history, Negeri Sembilan as a unified State did not exist. It was rather a loose confederation of nine fiefdoms which developed in the secluded valley of the region. It was only in 1773 when Raja Melewar became the Yam Tuan that the fiefdoms of Sungai Ujong, Rembau, Johol, Jelebu, Naning, Segamat, Ulu Pahang, Jelai and Kelang were brought together under his rule.

The Minangkabau brought along with them a rich cultural heritage which is still preserved and practised today

Port Dickson Beach

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.

State Museum Complex

Located along Jalan Labu is the Cultural Handicraft Complex, comprising three main buildings: the Teratak Perpatih, the Ampang Tinggi Palace and the Minangkabau House, built in typical Minangkabau style.

Teratak Perpatih features artifacts, handicrafts, traditional clothes, woodcarvings and photographs while the authentic Minangkabau House features the stateís history and culture. The tourist information centre is also here. A restored palace, the once magnificent Istana Ampang Tinggi is today the State Museum which houses exhibits of various old weapons as well as brass and silverware used by the Royal families.

New Islamic Relation Centre, Seremban

New Islamic Relation Centre, Seremban is now ready and will start operation as the activity centre which provides an opportunity for the target group of Chinese Muslims to deepen the knowledge of Islam and the various social and community activities.The New Islamic Relation Centre Building built in the achitechtural concept of the Mosque of Xian in China, complete with a pagoda and the towe was to cost RM 7.8 milion.The Federak Government has allocated through JAWHAR the sum of RM 4.5 milion and the balance of RM 3.3 milion has been funded by the MAINS. The complex is located at Jalan Ahmad Mufti, Rahang Square, Seremban, and it is the first complex of its kind in the country.

Malaysian Armed Museum, Port Dickson, Merit Awarded for the Best Tourism Attraction

This Malaysian Armed Forces Museum is under yhe management of the Ministry of Defence. It houses a collection of historical materials relating to Malaysia’s Military history from 1933 to the present.

Malaysia’s military history, artifacts and galleries are the main attractions at the Malaysian Army Museum. The replica of the Communist Tunnerl is located 142meters under the museum’s building as one of the museum’s display. The museum also showcases military technology and army monments.

The Army museum will lead us back to the memoirs of various inheritance, ultimate collections of artifacts 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’. Come and experience the Pepper Ghost, the atmosphere of the night at the dock of Malacca fort and many more.

Credit to www.nstourism.com.my for content.

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