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The country's capital, Kuala Lumpur, is located around 50 miles to the northwest of Juasseh.
Juasseh is not far from some pleasant natural sights. Jeram Toi Waterfalls is situated 20 miles away and is certainly worth a look.
Sports fans won't be left out in the cold during their visit. Kuala Pilah Stadium is 6 miles away in Kuala Pilah and a great place to get your sporting fill. Remember to check the event schedule to find out what's on.
If you've got loads of time, why not head to some nearby places? Jempol and Batu Kikir are 4 miles and 4 miles away, respectively.
You may feel the urge to set up camp in Seremban for a bit. This place is 25 miles to the west and not far from the Seremban International Golf Club, Taman Tasik Seremban and Gunung Angsi. Some other nearby sights are Wisma Negeri and Church of The Visitation.
From swimming to snorkeling, there's no shortage of ways to get out on the water in Negeri Sembilan. Just don't forget your sunscreen!
It's hard to say what you're going to find inside the doors of the region's history museums, but you can be confident it's going to be fascinating!
Keeping your eyes peeled for an outdoor activity that will suit the whole family? The local area features some fantastic open-air markets.
This area has a long, rich history. Spend a little time checking out a few of the nearby traditional villages, fortresses and historic palaces. Don't worry if you can't find that much information available online — the locals will have some insider knowledge!
Yearning for a little serenity? You might just find what you're seeking at Juasseh's mosques and temples.
Delight your taste buds and fill your Instagram with mouthwatering pics by tucking into some of the area's most delectable food and drink offerings. Just don't forget to hashtag "yum"!
Ask one of the locals what they recommend eating and ikan bakar (grilled seafood) will likely be the first thing they mention. Pulot tartal (coconut milk with rice) is another regional specialty you ought to try.
Knock down that pesky communication barrier by memorising some words and expressions in the local tongue. You'll gain a more enriching experience and a few new buddies while you're at it! To get you started, try to get your mouth around "Boleh cakap perlahan sedikit?" It means "please speak more slowly". "Semoga berjaya!" ("good luck") is one more you might need.
What better way to get to know a place than by experiencing a day of national celebration? There'll be many festivities taking place for Independence Day on the 31st of August.
With just a handful of your travel allowance left in your pocket and some wonderful memories that will last a lifetime, say one last "Sampai nanti" to Juasseh.
Security checks, long lines and even longer waiting times. Airports are often very challenging places. Give yourself enough time to get to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL). Situated 40 miles to the west, this is the nearest terminal.