Senawang is a satellite town in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. Satellite town is a town that is dependent on the local industry but still have an economy, administrative and communication network structure to the nearby city. Just like any other satellite city, Senawang is under the administration of Seremban Municipal Council. It is just seven kilometres away from Seremban town. Senawang’s area located in a higher-level of flat terrain compared to the other areas in Seremban, making it the perfect place for industry developments.
Driving from Kuala Lumpur to Senawang will take about fifty minutes via the North-South Highway.
There are several bus companies that cater the passengers from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur to Seremban, with the price of the ticket starting from just RM5.
Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) ETS offers almost an hourly service starting from 8 in the morning until 15 minutes before 11 at night from KL Central and stops at the KTM Senawang station.
It is the first ever ostrich farm in Malaysia, with the size of 4.2 hectares’ farm. The visitors to the farm will experience almost everything related to ostrich such as the right way to pick up an ostrich egg, riding the magnificent, huge bird, and the most favourite activity to every visitor is the chance to stand on the ostrich egg. The egg is so sturdy and strong that it can stand the weight about 100kg. At the ostrich farm, the visitors will be guided with a very well English spoken tour guide for the best experiences and very educational trips. It is located 13 kilometres’ away from Senawang, opens everyday from 9 in the morning until 5 in the evening with a ticket price of RM 8 per adult and RM 6 for children.
Tuanku Ja’afar Royal Gallery is a gallery that held the private collections and the life history of Tuanku Ja’afar, the former Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan, the ruler of the state. The building of the gallery was constructed back in 2012, completed the year after and opened in the late of 2014 by the Tunku Ampuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan, Tuanku Najihah. The architecture of the three-storey building follows the concept of modern colonial architecture, divided into nine exhibition halls. The gallery is about fifteen minutes away from Senawang, opens every day except Monday, and the ticket is RM 30 per pax.
Located in Port Dickson, about half an hour away from Senawang. The museum is beside the military base and it is one of Malaysian Royal Armed Forces properties. Here the visitors can enjoy the achievements of the army throughout the history of the country. Apart from that, the ground of museum also houses some of the decommissioned military vehicles such as tanks, artillery guns and even some planes. The museum opens daily and the entrance is free for everyone.
A place that a chocolate lover should never miss the opportunity to visit the Galleria that is all about chocolate, a chocolate heaven in the world. It is situated about 11 kilometres away from Senawang town. Own and operated by a local chocolate-lover and self-taught chocolatier, this place opened back in the year 2013. Here, they make and sell chocolates, all made from locally-obtained sources, including the cocoa. The products are also given some local taste, something that is rather uniquely available only in this place. The tastes of the Malaysian-made chocolate are as good as the international brands if not better.