Labu is a mukim in Seremban District, Negeri Sembilan and a small town in Negeri Sembilan. The city is located between the town of Seremban and Nilai. Labu was founded around the start of the 19th century, during the reign of the eighth Datuk Undang of Sungai Ujong (Seremban), Y. A. M. Dato' Kelana Petra Sri Jaya, Dato' Kelana Leha (1780-1800). During World War II, the Japanese used it as one of their headquarters, building up several forts near the town that were mostly demolished a double-track railway in 1995. Labu Komuter Station, located in the city of Labu. The station connects Rawang-Seremban and along its route stops at several stations such as Mid Valley and KL Sentral. The town of Labu consists of real estate ranging from condos, apartments, terrace and other landed properties.
The nearest airport to Labu is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). The airport is easily accessible via the PLUS highway. From Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA 1&2) you can take taxi to Labu. The distance from airport to Labu is about 22 km and 28 minutes’ drive from the airport.
You may use the main highway the North-South Expressway (NSE/PLUS) to reach Labu. The nearest exit is no. 215 Nilai exit. Labu is approximately 2 hours 54 minutes’ drive that is 282 km from Johor Bharu and 46 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, using the NSE. Labu is also connected to the state of Selangor via the LEKAS highway which passes through Serdang and Nilai.
If you plan to travel by train you may take Komuter from Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station (KL Sentral) to reach Labu Komuter Station. Labu is easily accessible by train.
If you are a culture enthusiast you may visit Homestay Kampung Pelegong is one of top tourist destination in Labu. Here, you will be able to enjoy the warm hospitality of your host family and be a part of the household by joining them in their daily activities. You may experience the authenticity of Kampung Life. If you are the outdoor type, you'll enjoy a good trek into the lush rainforest and discover cascading waterfalls and crystal clear streams.
Kampung Tekir is another tourist destination in Labu that you shouldn’t miss. You may visit the village to get a wonderful experience by learning the orang asli culture, lifestyle and local delicacies. There are uncountable local delicacies waiting for you to have a taste. Besides, souvenirs and local handcraft can be found in the village.
If you are looking for the nature and place to relax, the ideal place for you to visit is Jeram Tebrau. It is a popular picnic and recreational location for locals and tourists. You may spend a couple of time here to enjoy the refreshing cold water and the beautiful scenery of the surroundings.
The Sepang International Circuit is a motorsport race track in Sepang, Selangor. It takes only 22 minutes’ drive from Labu. It hosted the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix between 1999 and 2017, and is also the venue for the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix, the Malaysia Merdeka Endurance Race and other major motorsport events.
Nilai 3 wholesale center is undoubtedly a one-stop destination of wholesale, tourist and shopping paradise that offers a wide variety of goods and items at very attractive and competitive prices. Here you can find furniture, car accessories, carpets, garden equipment, bags, luggage, ladies accessories and others.
Nilai Springs Resort Hotel is a 4-star hotel is a perfect choice when you are visiting Labu. The distance from Labu is only 11 km. This hotel offers guests a place where their utmost comfort is provided through excellent amenities and accommodations. Superb facilities and an excellent location make the Nilai Springs Resort Hotel the perfect base from which to enjoy your stay in Labu.
Sama Sama Hotel KLIA is a 5-star luxury hotel conveniently located in KLIA. It is about 14 km from Labu to reach the hotel. The hotel is connected to KL International Airport via a sky-bridge and is just a five-minute walk away. This hotel is the best spot for you who desire a luxury stay in Labu.