Travellers used to trot the globe for new and exciting things to experience like thrilling adventures, adrenaline-pumping activities, unique food treats and so on. But something has changed about how travellers choose their next destinations, one other item has been added to this list: it should be photograph worthy.
With apps like Instagram and VSCO becoming so popular, a lot of people have been on the lookout for picture perfect destinations they can post everywhere. While Seremban may have been overlooked for some time, it offers a picturesque landscape and eclectic architecture that has made it a worthy stop when visitors are in Malaysia.
So while you’re rummaging for a Seremban hotel promotion you can use on your stay, check out our list of some of the best photo stops you should make when you find yourself in Seremban.
Located in Johor Bahru, Istana Besar is also known as the Grand Palace, the royal palace of the Sultan of Johor. It was built in 1866 by Sultan Abu Bakr and overlooks the Straits of Johor that separates Johor to mainland Eurasia. It has an Anglo-Malay architecture design, with a distinctive Malay dome that contrasts the Anglo-influenced blue roof.
The Lake Gardens is located right in the city, spanning 92 hectares with various attractions within it. It was built around an artificial lake and is mostly known for the lush greenery that surrounds it. More than just the ideal place to rest for workers around the city, it has also become a spot for joggers. A jogging route is set in place for health buffs of Seremban where workout stations can be found along the way.
Islamic Relation Centre
Fashioned in the architectural style of the mosque of Xian in China, the Islamic Relation Centre was built to provide Muslims a place where they can deepen their understanding of Islam and a place where they can pray together. They organise classes for the Qur’an and various community activities.
Its distinct architectural style is what makes the old mosque unique. It used a fusion of an old Malacca mosque style with its tiered pyramid roof and a tall minaret, a Mughal influence with its yellow domes, and local elements such as the serambi and the orange hue of the mosque.
There are some who seem to miss these places, but don’t worry because The Royale Bintang Resort & Spa is a hotel at Seremban that makes these locations perfectly accessible to you. Even the hotel itself offers a picturesque view for people who would love to take a panoramic photo of the hilly landscapes of Seremban.
As you hop out of the plane, drop your bags off at the hotel, Seremban is definitely ready to model for you.