Seremban's Bukit Kepayang lets hikers catch both sunrise and sunset

The writer at the peak of Bukit Kepayang, when hiking was still allowed. — Photos: DR OH SEONG POR

Bukit Kepayang is the only hill located at Seremban in Negri Sembilan. It is sandwiched between the Seremban 2 new township on the west, and Taman Bukit Kepayang on the east. It is a moderately weathered granite hill, and its peak stands at 218m above sea level.

Because of its gentle slope gradient, the land was once ideal for planting rubber trees in the 1960s. Eventually, the land was developed as a housing area, leaving few rubber trees to co-exist with other overgrown vegetation.

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