Adding value to Negri’s history


KUALA KLAWANG: Not many may be aware of the existence of caves in Negri Sembilan that date back to prehistoric times.

Located in the Pasoh forest reserve in Simpang Pertang in Jelebu district, these caves are where Peninsular Malaysia’s southernmost prehistoric site is located.

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