SEREMBAN CHRISTIAN CEMETERY Index NO. MAL 8 Seremban, a town with a population of 42,000, is in Negri Sembilan State on the western side of the Malay Peninsula, and is the capital of the state.
In February 1941, when part of the Australian 8th Division was sent to Malaya, one of the medical units-the 2/9th Field Ambulance-was posted there. Most of the war graves in Seremban were moved to Taiping War Cemetery, where permanent maintenance is assured but one war grave in this Christian cemetery remains.
The cemetery is 2.25 miles from Seremban at the end of Gutsall Road. The grave lies to the right of the gateway in the third plot.
Seremban is a town on the main highway between Kuala Lumpur and Johor Baru. It is approximately 70 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur. The Cemetery is on higher ground, near the Government Road Maintenance Department Offices (JKR Offices) and close to the Gurkha Cemetery. It is reached down a lane.
The single Commonwealth war grave is to the left of the first entrance lane and close to the cross lanes.