We hope you enjoyed Episode 3 of Travel Safe and Save with PETRONAS PRIMAX 95 XTRA where Julie experienced Ipoh and of course, the delicious Nasi Ganja.

In Episode 4 of the series, Harvinder brings you to Negeri Sembilan with the Chevrolet Captiva where he explores the famous Seremban market and visits a cendol shop, which has been around for decades.

The journey continues in the midst of the Berembun forest where he spends some time with the Temuan orang asli tribe and checks in for a night at The Dusun which offers a splendid view of the mountain range.

Harvinder rounds up the trip with a quick stop at Cape Rachado in Port Dickson. You can also watch Episode 1 till Episode 3 of the series right here.

Continue reading for more information on the locations and to view an image gallery.

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The Seremban Market or better known as Pasar Besar Seremban has been around for ages and it offers locals, including restaurants fresh supplies everyday. It is also known to offer very good rates. The market also houses various food stalls and the famous cendol stall is also located right outside the market.

Seremban Market
Jalan Pasar, Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan.


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The Dusun is located within the Berembun Forest Reserve which is filled with orchards and orang asli villages, mostly belonging to the Temuan tribe. The Dusun has houses that combine both Malay and orang asli elements and they allow visitors to experience life within the quietness of the forest. The Dusun can also arrange for jungle tracking tours.

The Dusun
Kampung Kolam Air Pantai,
71770, Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan.
Tel: +6012 616 2585


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Cape Rachado, which is also known as Tanjung Tuan is located in Port Dickson but it is actually a territory of Malacca and falls under the jurisdiction of Malacca’s Admiral. Cape Rachado houses a lighthouse built by the Portuguese in the 16th century and it was used to guide ships to Malacca’s harbor. It now features a revolving MEASAT radar used for transmissions and communications. Rumor also has is that the legendary Parameswara was burried in this area.

Cape Rachado
Batu 5, Jalan Pantai,
71050, Port Dickson,
Negeri Sembilan.


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