Negeri Sembilan is a state in Malaysia which lies on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

The popular attractions in Negeri Sembilan are:

  • Galeri Diraja Tuanku Ja’afar – The gallery is about the former Negeri Sembilan Yang di-Pertuan Besar Tuanku Ja’afar.
  • Port Dickson Beach – A famous weekend retreat for city dwellers.
  • Seri Menanti Royal Museum – Originally a palace for the Negeri Sembilan Royal family until 1992.
  • Army Museum – exhibits artefacts in regards to the history of the Royal Malaysian Army.[10]
  • Mount Datuk – This 884-metre peak provides a good work out and excellent views from the top. It is easily accessible via a day trip from Kuala Lumpur.
  • Mount Angsi – Gunung Angsi is one of Malaysia’s relatively mountains with a height of 2702 ft or 824m.
  • Lukut Fort and Museum – In Lukut, the tourists can wander among the hilltop remains of a 19th-century fort before visiting the neighbouring Lukut Museum which contains a Lukut Historical Gallery and other interesting artifacts.
  • Penarikan Portage – the spot close to Bahau town is Jalan Penarikan where boats were carried over the short gap between eastbound and westbound rivers of the Malay Peninsula allowing movement between both coasts of the peninsular.

Negeri Sembilan also has traditional music like the Caklempong, Dikir Rebana, Tumbuk Kalang, and Bongai.