Seremban Bus tickets
One of the most popular bus stations in Malaysia is the Seremban Bus Terminal. It serves the city of Seremban, which is a popular working-class location in Malaysia. It came into existence with the discovery of tin ore, which was a major resource that transformed Malaysia in the late 19th Century. There were many immigrants, particularly Chinese and Arab that went on to work in the mines and traded in the region. The local Malay Farmers too contributed to the local growth and trade flourished.
The town was soon renamed Seremban and was a bustling business centre, thanks in part to the Linggi River, which acted as the sole outlet to ferry supplies and tin. However, soon after, there was a fight for ownership and taxes between the local chieftains which allowed the British to capitalize and intervene. They defeated the opposing forces and banished them to Singapore, and the region became a British residency soon after.
Important Locations to visit
There are plenty of wonderful places to visit in Seremban, the surrounding hills and forest area is perfect for trekking enthusiasts. The greenery and temples around the region make it the ideal spot to sit back and relax, with the opportunity to take plenty of pictures as well. Here are some great places to visit in Seremban -
- Seremban Railway Station: One of the first places where you will enjoy a beautiful view of Seremban is the quaint Seremban Railway station. Built-in 1924, it has a terracotta-tiled roof, with an open booking area too. The clock tower and the Islamic style cupola are picture-worthy and you will travel back in time with the old-school baggage trolleys, right outside the porters’ area.
- Sri Balathandayuthapani Hindu Temple: The serene and immaculate Balathandayuthapani Temple is another place you must visit. The ancient Hindu temple was built by a Sri Lankan back in 1895 and is a bustling centre of worship today. The intricately decorated golden chariot acts as the centrepiece inside and the copper-plated teak is adorned and topped with 2.5kg of pure gold. You can enjoy a few moments of peace within the temple on your visit here.
- Lake Gardens: The Lake Gardens is a beautiful and well-manicured park with many trees, gazebos, jogging paths, lakes, and other attractions. The orchid garden is another recent addition and a wonderful place to spend a nice evening with friends and family.
- State Mosque: The State Mosque overlooks the Lake Gardens, with its nine pillars, which represent the 9 districts that make up the State of Negeri.
- The State Library: The State Library is a grand building that dates back to 1912, and was built by A.B. Hubback, who was the architect responsible for many other famous landmarks in KL. The plaque outside claims the library had more than a million books and was also known as the Sir Henry Gurney Library.
- Wisma Negeri: The State Secretariat is a building constructed back in 1987. The distinct Sumatran style of architecture seeps down to the local people and culture, where plenty of locals originate from and descended.
- Jalan Keliling Park: This park is located near the Lake Gardens in Seremban and includes a bicycle park for kids to practice their skills under simulated conditions. There is also a lake, picnic spots, and a children’s playground adjacent to it.
Boarding Points in Seremban
There are many boarding points in the Seremban Bus Terminal where you can explore other parts of the city as well. The boarding points vary depending on the operators, but they generally stick to the following destinations -
- Terminal One Seremban
Dropping Points in Seremban
The dropping points in the city are also close to many tourist destinations where the lodges and hotels are present. You can reach out to these points with the many local options available -
- Terminal One Seremban
Important Routes to and From Seremban
There are many important routes that can be taken to and from Seremban and you can choose one depending on where you’re looking to get off at -
- Seremban to Johor Bahru
- Seremban to Singapore
- Seremban to JB Larkin Bus Terminal
- Seremban to Penang
- Seremban to Penang Central
- Seremban to KLIA bus
- Seremban to Ipoh
- Seremban to Shah Alam
Similarly, the popular routes to reach Seremban are:
- Machang to Seremban
- Penang Sentral to Seremban
- Kuala Terengganu to Seremban
- Penang to Seremban
- Johor Bahru to Seremban
- JB Larkin Bus Terminal to Seremban
- Singapore to Seremban
redBus operates many buses to Seremban from some of the most frequented locations in and around Malaysia as well as Singapore. You can book your seats well in advance from the user-friendly website and also download the app from the Playstore for Android or Appstore for iOs. redBus offers some excellent discount deals and secured payments with the help of a secure gateway.
You can book your bus to Seremban, with more than a hundred operators present in the region including Plusliner, Transnasional, Elabina Jaya, Suasana Edaran, City Express, D Amour Enterprise, Cepat Express, Sri Maju Express Kangar, Intercity Coach, Mayang Sari Express, StarMart Express, Jasmine Express, Perdana Express, TheOne Travel and Tours, Jasa Pelangi Express, and more.
All the buses are comfortable, and you can book your online ticket and choose the kind of seating you’d like, as per your convenience. There are also rest stops on the route in case you’d like to freshen up or grab a snack. There are proper hygiene measures followed as well, for the utmost safety of all passengers.
Book your tickets with redBus and explore Seremban at your own pace.