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Seremban

Rent and Sale Prices in Seremban

Bedrooms Sale Price Monthly Rent Rental Yield
1 230,000 -- --
2 149,334 -- --
3 260,709 1,143 5.26%
4 658,000 2,850 5.2%
5 -- -- --
1 -- -- --
2 -- -- --
3 328,895 800 2.92%
4 566,651 1,441 3.05%
5 945,247 4,860 6.17%

Price per Square Foot in Seremban

Sector Price per ft2 (Non Landed) Price per ft2 (Landed)
Area Average 91 2,112
State Average 105 2,377
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SEREMBAN

 

Overview

Seremban is a town and capital of Negeri Sembilan located in West Peninsular Malaysia. Prior to its current name its founding name was Sungai Ujong derived from the Ujong River flowing nearby. It is situated in the Linggi River Valley. The Linggi River has helped to economically support the town, formerly by providing the primary transportation route for tin traders and currently by supplying water.

A majority of major towns in Peninsular Malaysia were founded as a result of the tin ore mining rush of the 1870s. This town is no different. Tin ore found in nearby Rasah, enabled this town to flourish as a mining and business centre. Today it is an agricultural centre with major rubber and palm oil cultivations.

Seremban is the cultural centre for the Minangkabau, which is derived from menang kerbau translated as “winning buffalo”. A popular aspect of their culture is the unique roof structure with pointed edges that resemble buffalo horns. State Museum, Cultural Handicraft Complex and Minangkabau House showcase the history and culture of the place.

Property Types

Aside from the various apartments and condominiums throughout Seremban, the new township Seremban 2 offers many housing estates such as Park Avenue – single storey bungalow units; Vision Homes – 2-storey semi-detached houses; Central Park – townhouses, 2-storey terraces and an apartment; Garden City Homes – single-storey semi-detached houses; Emerald Park – 2-storey terraces; Sri Carcosa – bungalows and semi-detached houses; Green Street Homes – 1 & 2-storey semi-detached houses, terrace link houses and bungalows; and S2 Heights – 1 & 2-storey link, 2-storey super-link, 2, 2.5 & 3-storey semi-detached houses and 3-storey bungalows.

Places of Attraction

The entrance to Seremban town is marked by Seremban Square where tourists stroll in the open ground amidst the soothing water fountain and decorative lights. Aside from Seremban Animal Park and Mini Zoo, the Jelita Ostrich Show Farm offers interesting insights into wildlife.  To just relax with nature Seremban Lake Garden, Seremban 2 Recreational Park and Malaysia Park are the ideal choices. A vast array of places such as Sungai Ujong Walk, Seremban Parade, Terminal 1, Centre Point, Plaza Ampangan, AEON, Era Square, Carrefour, Tesco and Giant are available to provide the complete shopping experience. Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital, Columbia Asia Medical Centre, Seremban Specialist Hospital, Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium, District Police Headquarters and State Fire Brigade Headquarters are all located here.

Accessibility and Transportation

It is about 60 km south of Kuala Lumpur and is easily accessible via Federal Route 1, PLUS Highway and LEKAS Highway. The Kuala Lumpur International Airport just 30 minutes away and the presence of KTM station enhances accessibility via public transport.


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