Bandar Baru Nilai or Putra Nilai is a new township in Nilai town, Negeri Sembilan. It is nearest to Nilai Old Town or also known as Nilai. Bandar Baru Nilai is located within the Seremban district and under the administration of Nilai Municipal Council (MPN). Bandar Baru Nilai is located approximately 23 kilometers from Seremban town and 4 kilometers from Nilai town. There are two of Malaysia's most well-known colleges and two universities are located here which are Nilai University, INTI International University, Manipal International University, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia and Islamic University College of Malaysia. Due to its proximity, and connection through the KTM to Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, and Kuala Lumpur International Airport, it is a rapidly growing new town. As a result, the town is occupied by students from over 30 countries that can be seen around this place. Bandar Baru Nilai has become a popular shopping town with the establishment of several major shopping malls such as Nilai 3 Wholesale Centre, Nilai Square, Mydin, Giant Hypermarket and Tesco Hypermarket and Mesa Mall.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, the journey will take about 1 hour and 25 minutes to Bandar Baru Nilai by using the North-South highway. On the other hand, it only consumes around 30 minutes to Bandar Baru Nilai from KLIA via KLIA1 road.
The Lukut Museum is located approximately 40 minutes away from Bandar Baru Nilai town and was built by the Department of Museums and Antiquities which now renamed as Department of Museums Malaysia in collaboration with the Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus government. The construction of this museum began in the end of 1997 and was officially launched by Y.A.B. Dato’ Seri Utama Tan Sri Haji Mohd. Isa Bin Dato’ Abdul Samad, Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan on April 9, 1999. The purpose of building this museum is to spread information and historical proof related to Lukut. It also functions to trace back the glorious days of Lukut and its legends in the nation’s history and to showcase important elements of the relationship between our ancestors as well as the greatness of Fort Lukut as a defensive tract signifying the uniqueness of Malay civilization architecture. The visiting hours of this museum is from Monday to Sunday, from 9.00 am - 6.00 pm. However, it is closed on the first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Hari Raya Aidiladha. The admission here is free of charge.
The 4.2-hectare farm is located nearby Seremban town and has been certified by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first ever ostrich farm in Malaysia. As visitors enter the farm, visitors will be guided by experience and well English spoken guide. The tour is indeed educational and informative. Visitors also will get a chance to touch the big and the hard strong ostrich egg will not break even a man weighing 100kg is standing on it. Apart from that, ostrich ride is also available and certificate will be provided to the qualifying jockey. There are also souvenirs available at the store. The unique ostrich delicacies are also among the most popular demand here at this farm.
Nilai Springs Resort Hotel is 15 minutes’ drive from the F1 Sepang International Circuit. The hotel is 40-minute drive from Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, a safety deposit box and tea/coffee making facilities. There is also a private bathroom that is equipped with a shower and a bathtub. Besides, guests also can play a round of golf, exercise in a gym, plus there are facilities for squash, tennis, and badminton. Open for all-day dining, Spring Café serves local and international dishes. Azuma Fusion Restaurant offers Chinese, Japanese, and Korean specialties. Other than that, there are also laundry and housekeeping service. Also, free parking is available only for guests.