809m | 9.5 km | 3:10 hours
Seremban is surrounded on three sides by hills and mountains. In the north, separating Seremban from Nilai is Bukit Gallah and Bukit Penda. To the west, standing between Seremban and Jelebu are the Berembun mountains. And to the south is Gunung Angsi, a prominent mountain that is clearly visible from Seremban town.
Gunung Angsi is located within the Angsi Forest Reserve. There are a number of routes up to the peak, the most popular being the one from Ulu Bendul Recreational Park. This takes just under 3 hour to ascend. The second path is from Bukit Putus. This is shorter, about 2 hours, and is an easier route to the peak. One can also do a trans-Angsi hike, starting from Ulu Bendol, climbing up to Angsi and descending to Bukit Putus. The problem with this is that one will have to walk back to the Ulu Bendul starting point to collect the car, a distance of 4 km or about 45 minutes on Jalan Kuala Pilah.