Seremban (Jawi: سرمبن; Chinese: 芙蓉; pinyin: Fù Rong; Jyutping: fu4 jung4; Tamil: சரம்பன் ; Minangkabau: Soghomban or Somban) is a town and the capital of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, located within Seremban District. The town's administration is run by the Seremban Municipal Council. On 9 September 2009, Seremban was to be declared as a city, but it was later deferred due to technical reasons. However, the idea of granting city status has been brought up again and Seremban is expected to become a city in 2019.
Things to do in Seremban
4 based on 73 reviews
Original Seremban Beef Noodles. A landmark for delicious cuisine of Seremban. We cater to all Malaysians as our food are Pork Free. We serve a variety of Malaysian cuisine from Penang Prawn Mee, Nasi Lemak Chicken Rendang, Hainanese Chicken Chop and many more. Not forgetting, the very important cup of real Hainanese Coffee & Tea.
Were in Seremban for a short weekend getaway last week and was directed to YeeKee while searching for authentic beef noodle.
Love the dry version of the beef noodle with pickled/salted veggies and there are quite a number of menu varieties to cater for those that don't take beef. All in all, the food are yummy and with friendly staffs.
4 based on 205 reviews
It's a really good place to chill with friends and family, especially on a hot sunny day. The shop opens every evening at 4-6pm roughly. The cendol finishes fast. I really like the cendol jagung, cendol pulut is also really good. It's cheap also. Would highly recommend this place. My favorite Saturday chill spot.
4.5 based on 87 reviews
Served fresh and hot from the oven. The pastry is made perfect and combined with the filling never fails to satisfy. Eat it fresh for the ultimate taste. Another gem is their pineapple tarts. Aromatic, buttery mouth feel and a generous pineapple filling. Be prepared for queues on peak days. Truly authentic!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Another superb cendol that can be found in Seremban. Try it out to find out!!
This cendol stall is located aside of the main road to Taman Tasik and served Mee Kari, Cendol with varieties of fillings (redbean,sweetcorn,pulut,and std flav) also Rojak mee,buah n kueh.. its come with affordable prices and you wont regret the taste. Come n try youself
4 based on 18 reviews
We had the best lunch tandoori chapati with chicken masala & mixed veg, the topical "Northern Indian" style. Mmmmm!...ooop...very spicy. My wife likes the tandoor chapati. I lie the chicken masala. My daughter likes all. One of the best in Seremban,Malaysia. Very busy all the time especially lunch & dinner times. Other food are also tasty as we have taste them before. Friendly staff, clean & nice place to have food with your family once in a while for a change. The price is very reasonable.Surely we will recommend to any visitors from other parts of the country & foreigners too.
5 based on 8 reviews
Everyone knows Ijan burger around the area. They have a very interesting story of success, from selling under a tree with a small burger stall to owning a big chunk of a mamak restaurant (although recently the mamak moved) and opening up branches.
The burger is relatively cheap when you consider the amount of ingredients they gave you. It is hands down THE BEST burger in town, and as they tend to get big orders, the workers are really quick and it's such a spectacle to see.
4 based on 40 reviews
I have visited this place many times. My vegetarian mother in law loves it my friends love the Guinness and my family love the food here. Over the years the service and the quality of food has been consistently good. The staff despite communication problems are excellent. Without foreigners no food business can flourish in Malaysia. My past 2 visits unfortunately has left me disappointed. The male toilet doors were unscrewed and imagine doing your business with practically no door. Toilets are never a priority in Malaysia but our mindset must change . Chefs must be monitored and must wear proper clothing so that foreign bodies like hair don’t end up in the food.
4 based on 28 reviews
3.5 based on 54 reviews
This is one of Seremban's oldest established food outlets in the Temiang district. Famous for its claypot hakka noodles and lau shu fun, the place is patronized by many of the locals. My personal favourite is the claypot yee mee. There's even a spicy version. Absolutely worth a try.
4 based on 26 reviews
The Siew Pau here is fresh & tasty. The locals certainly flock here for the various types.
We didn't find it any more expensive then other places and really enjoyed the whole experience of this place and received friendly advice of what to buy. Easy to find on the edge of Seremban close to the N/S Highway exit.
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