Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Negeri Sembilan Malaysia Cycling Route Maps

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Negeri Sembilan Malaysia Cycling Route Maps
Below are maps of several routes that my cycling buddies & me had cycled in Negeri Sembilan. Some of these routes are favourites with cyclist for their slopes that give a good riding challenge, others are routes en-route to Malacca.
Click on the relevant screen zoom rectangle (at the top right hand corner of each map) to go to the respective route map:

Broga Loop Negeri Sembilan Cycling Route Map (37.00km).
Distance: 37.00 km.     Level: Medium
This is the Broga Loop, a regular route for those wanting to cycle in Negeri Sembilan, that leads from Broga to Mantin. It cuts through village road, rubber and oil palm plantations.
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Broga To Mantin Hakka Village Negeri Sembilan Cycling Route Map (42.52km)
 

Distance: 45.52 km.     Level: Medium
It's the Broga Loop, starting from Broga heading via Beranang to Mantin, with a long stop there to visit the unique Hakka Village, and then it's a slightly different return route that entailed climbing a bit of steep slopes.
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Kajang To Seremban Negeri Sembilan Cycling Route Map (48.08km)

Cycling route Kajang>Bangi Town>Bukit Mahkota>Nilai 3>Nilai Town>Labu>Seremban.
Distance: 58.08 km.     Level: Medium
The route leads from Kajang to Seremban, avoiding using the highway and main trunk road; and instead used roads that passed through the quieter small towns of BangiNilai & Labu.
(.... click here to view Ride Blog)
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Malacca City To Sungai Gadut Negeri Sembilan Cycling Route Map (86.01km)
Distance: 86.01 km.     Level: Hard
The route today is one that traverse the interior of Malacca and Negeri Sembilan nearer to the Main Range hills. Running through valleys, it was surprisingly not that hilly. This route is one that is seldom used by cyclists, with an interesting short detour through some rustic roads.
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Seremban To Malacca City Negeri Sembilan Cycling Route Map (91.22km)
Distance: 91.22 km.     Level: Hard
This is a route that the the "coastal" starting from the Seremban train station to Malacca City.
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Sungei Gadut To Malacca Laksamana Negeri Sembilan Cycling Route Map (81.80km)

Cycling Route -  Kuala Lumpur (by Commuter Train)>Sg Gadut>Malacca.
Distance: 81.80 km.     Level: Hard
This is a bike-packing route with a commuter train journey from Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Gadut where the cycling begins. Sungai Gadut at that time was the last train station served by KTM Commuter trains. The cycling route is one that take the "coastal" way via Rantau, Lubok Cina, Masjid Tanah, Tanjong Kling.
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Titi To Kampung Chenna To Titi To Kg. Klawang Negeri Sembilan Cycling Route Map (63.76km)
Cycling Route Route -
Distance: Loop 1 - 34.74 km./ Loop 2 -27.44 km.      Level for both loops : Hard
This ride actually consist of two loops both starting near Titi and both going through hilly areas. One can either do one loop, or if physically up to it do both. The first loop is about 35km. while the second one is about 27km. giving a total of 62km. 
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