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Lenggeng is located in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan and has become part of the state that borders the state Banjarbaru nine. The Malays in Lenggeng practice their cultural heritage namely the culture of Minangkabau, Indonesia. Some of the famous attractions here are Broga Hill and Jelita Ostrich Farm. End your day at some of the best Lenggeng hotels that can be found here.

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Lenggeng is a mukim which is located in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan and has become part of the state that borders the state Banjarbaru nine. The area are divided into two at the border between the two states and among the areas involved are kampung Sungai Jai, Kampung Daching, Kampung Ulu Banjarbaru, Kampung Broga and Kampung Tarun. The population of Lenggeng comprised of Malays as majority race here due to migration of people especially of Badger Lake Sumatra Agam.

The Malays in Lenggeng practice their cultural heritage namely the culture of Minangkabau, Indonesia.The Minangkabau people of Badger Mansion occupies new areas in Negeri Sembilan and Selangor like Hoboken, Lenggeng, and Port Dickson in Negeri Sembilan, and Semenyih, Ulu Langat, Rawang, Selangor Ulu up to Tanjung Malim. A lot of famous people such as Mr. Sako, Datuk Aishah Ghani, Datuk Rais Yatim was descended Badger Agam. The Chinese minority is mostly situated in Lenggeng, which comes from the mining area in Broga and Semenyih.

The major community here composed of Malays. They usually speak in Malay language with Negeri Sembilan and Minangkabau dialect. Apart from that, English, Chinese and Tamil also among the languages use here.

How to Get There

From Kuala Lumpur city centre, you can reach Lenggeng by using LEKAS road which usually takes around 58 minutes. There are alternative roads to Lenggeng which are North- South highway and Kuala Lumpur highway which takes about 1 hour to 1 hour 10 minutes. To get there, from Mantin and Seremban after Mantin police station there follow the signs to Lenggeng right and go up to the Sg. Machang school and then take a right to kampung Rawa and then take a left town Lenggeng.

Tourist Attractions

Broga Hill

Broga Hill is also known as Lalang Hill after the local species of grass that grows abundantly here. It is a hill in Semenyih measured at 400 meters high and only 40 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur as well as 15 minutes away from Lenggeng. It is also popular among hikers and also famous for its incredibly panoramic views especially at dawn along with easy accessibility on foot. During weekends and public holidays, visitors are charged for RM2 per vehicle that parks at parking area. Broga Hill is one of the best places to hike within easy range of Kuala Lumpur and can easily be climbed in an hour but it is steep and challenging. Visitors are advised to wear shoes with strong grip and bring essential personal requirements.

Jelita Ostrich farm

The 4.2 hectare farm is located 20 minutes away from Lenggeng and has been certified by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first ever ostrich farm in Malaysia. Visitors who come here will be guided by English spoken guide and get the chance to experience the right way of picking up an ostrich egg. Visitors are allowed the opportunity to stand on the egg and the hard strong ostrich egg will not break even a man weighing 100kg. Apart from that, ostrich ride is also available and certificate will be provided for the qualifying jockey. Souvenirs are also available at the store and ostrich delicacies are among the most popular demand here.


Royale Chulan Seremban

Situated in the Lake Garden district and 30 minutes away from Lenggeng town, Royale Chulan Seremban is a 1-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Sepang International Circuit. It offers 4-star accommodation with a gym and outdoor pool with an attached spa pool. All rooms feature classic furnishings and comfortable armchairs with ottomans and equipped with a safe, satellite TV and ironing facilities. Guests can enjoy at landscaped outdoor pool or relax with massages at Royale Spa. Fitness centre and tennis courts as well as car hire and shuttle services are provided. Visitors can indulge themselves with international dishes available at Asiatique, while Han Pi Yuen offers fine Chinese dining and Dim Sum. Other dining options include freshly baked pastries at Sweet Seremban and drinks at Anjung Lounge.

Hotel Rasah

Hotel Rasah Seremban is built in 2013 and located within a 5-minute walk from Hospital Tuanku Jaafar, Kementerian Kesihatan Negeri Sembilan and Mawar Hospital as well as about 13 minutes away from Rasah town. All furnished rooms are fully air-conditioned and feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and each room comes with an attached bathroom offering hot shower facility. There is free Wi-Fi access and also guests can request for hairdryer and ironing facilities. Free private parking is also available for guests who drive and guests can enjoy local Halal food and Chinese dishes served at the food stores nearby within a 3-minute walk away.

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