Negeri Sembilan means "land of the nine states", a reference to the nine districts of Negeri Sembilan, each of which is ruled by a Malay chieftain. It is located south of Kuala Lumpur on the western coast of peninsular Malaysia. Negeri Semibilan is home to the Minangkabau who settled there coming from western Sumatra. The influence of the Minangkabau can be seen in the characteristic architecture - the houses with the bull horn-shaped roofs. The main attractions of Negeri Sembilan are the Sri Menanti royal palace and Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan
01 Train station 02 Seremban Parade shopping complex 03 Street with cars 04 Istana Ampang Tinggi palace
05 Istana Ampang Tinggi palace 06 Traditional house 07 Rumah Negeri Sembilan 08 Rumah Negeri Sembilan
09 Rumah Negeri Sembilan carvings 10 Istana Ampang Tinggi palace 11 Istana Ampang Tinggi palace 12 Wesley christian church
13 Terminal 1 shopping centre 14 Street intersection 15 Al Noor Malay restaurant 16 Storefront
17 Dato Bandar Tunggal street 18 Pink colonial style building 19 Church of the Visitation 20 Pink colonial style building 21 Church of the Visitation
22 Church of the Visitation 23 Hindu temple 24 State mosque 25 State mosque interior 26 State mosque carpet
27 State mosque carpet 28 State mosque interior 29 State mosque interior 30 Lake gardens 31 Lake gardens
32 Orange flower 01 Sri Menanti palace 02 Central structure with roof 03 Sri Menanti palace
04 Sri Menanti palace 05 Central structure with roof 06 Central structure with roof 07 Central structure with roof
08 Sri Menanti palace 09 Side wing 10 Palace rear view 11 Sri Menanti palace
12 Main entrance 13 Wooden beam with carvings 14 Wooden beam with carvings 15 Wooden beam with carvings 16 Yellow room with carpets 17 Dining table
18 Dining table 19 Dining table 20 Furniture 21 Yellow room with carpets 22 Yellow room with carpets
01 Arch 02 Traditional style Minangkabau house 03 Minangkabau house 04 Traditional Minangkabau house
05 Arch 06 Arch 07 Kissing forbidden sign
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