The state capital of Negeri Sembilan is Seremban. To get to Seremban, you have the option of either taking the KTM from KL Sentral, which takes around an hour and thirty minutes; or you can catch a bus, which takes around an hour, from the Kuala Lumpur Terminal Bersepadu Selatan. On weekends, there are many activities that you can do. If you enjoy being around nature, you can go for a hike at Gunung Angsi, which takes around 20 minutes by car from Seremban. Gunung Angsi is approximately 800 metres tall and is considered the highest mountain peak in Negeri Sembilan. If you do not mind driving a bit further, there is a lovely recreational area known as Jeram Toi Forest Eco Park. The distance between this park and Seremban is around 28 kilometres. The best part of this place is that there is an 80-metre- tall waterfall. As for culture-related activities in Negeri Sembilan, you can drop by the Seremban Cultural Complex, where you will be able to gain more knowledge on the culture and the architecture of Negeri Sembilan. Two popular shopping centres in Seremban are Palm Mall, with up to 180 shops and restaurants for you to explore; and Seremban Gateway, which is open 24 hours a day!
Schools in Seremban are made up of government or public schools, private schools and international schools. The language of instruction in public schools is the official language of Malaysia, Malay. Mandarin and Tamil are the languages of instruction at vernacular schools. On the other hand, international schools in Malaysia use English as its language of instruction. Public and private schools cater to students in primary and secondary levels. Majority of international schools cater to primary and secondary levels. Several international schools have preschool and pre-university levels.