Meal serving times
- Breakfast: 6:30 – 10am
- Lunch: 12:30 – 2pm
- Dinner 7 – 9 pm
The centre has a Microwave and vending machine outside kitchen area.
Eating out guide
- Sate evening stall
- Awek’s evening stall (rice, noodles, steamed fish is highly recommended)
- Pasir Besar evening stalls
Possible activities in the centre include the following, equipment can be rented from the centre with limited availability:
- Volley ball
- Table tennis
A: Main Building
D: Standard (Family) Chalet
E: Toilet Block (for camping)
G: Deluxe Chalet
H: Executive Chalet
I: Admin Building
KLIAirport is approximately 2 & 1/2 hours by vehicle from the Centre. With prior notice The Centre can organise a pick-up and drop-off at the airport, at Seremban Railway Station or Gemas Railway Station for a fee.
Undercover parking included for one car per executive chalet booked. There is a parking lot outside the centre with approximately 20 car spaces provided on first come first serve.
About the town & nearby attractions
Rompin is a small town developed mainly for the local plantation and small-holding communities. It has a Mosque, community hall, a daily wet and vegetable market, a range of shops and eating places, particularly at night and a bustling “flea” market every Sunday afternoon. Eating places serve noodles and rice with sate and various styles of fish cooking at night. Chendol and ais kacang (ABC) are also available. More eating places, including Thai cooking, are available another 8km further south at Kampung Pasir Besar.
Negri Sembilan is the home to Malaysia’s Minang Kabau culture, a community originally from West Sumatra which settled in NS in the 15th Century. The culture is famous for its unique and elegant architecture with curving, ornate rooflines whose points resemble buffalo horns, similar to those in the Centre. The society is one of the few matrilineal groups in the world. The Royal capital of Negri Sembilan is located at Sri Menanti, off the road to Seremban, about one hour north of Rompin, by road. The former palace, a 120 year old wooden building is now a museum housing royal regalia, costumes, furniture, weapons etc. The cultural museum, Muzium Adat, is located at Kuala Klawang while the State Museum is located in Seremban, also in a Minang style building. A further museum housing memorabilia from a famous writer is Teratak Za’aba, on the road between Bahau and Batu Kikir. Batu Kikir has a very large “flea” and local food produce market every Wednesday and Sunday morning.
Other places of interest are the very large CIMA Cement Works on the back road between Rompin and Bahau, oil palm and rubber plantations, The old Portuguese settlement at Malacca, the beaches at Port Dickson, the Hindu Virgins Temple and the Chinese Centipede temple on the outskirts of Seremban
Apart from these there are various recreational parks in Jungle areas, often with beautiful waterfalls such as the Ulu Bendol Park and waterfall, on the road to Seremban.
There are small hotels in Bahau and Gemas, both half an hour away from the Centre.