Taman AST is a plot of land that was developed for commercial purposes in Seremban, which is the capital of Negeri Sembilan. For this commercial development, it is in an enviable position as there are quite a few housing estates sited in close proximity.
Some examples include the Taman Duyung, Taman Permai and also Taman Bukit Kaya. This allows for the tenants of the shop lots to gain good business from the neighbouring residents. Also, it has potential for future growth with the ongoing surrounding developments around the area.
This commercial development is sited close to places such as Era Square as well as within reach to a number of shopping complexes in Seremban, namely Seremban Parade, Terminal One, Centre Point, Plaza Ampangan, AEON Jusco Seremban 2, Carrefour, Tesco Extra, Giant hypermarket, amongst others.
Moreover, to shopping complexes, tenants of Taman AST are also able to reach a small number of hospitals and medical centres, which include a government hospital and three private owned hospitals, as they are all accessible within a few minutes drive.
The rail connection was first constructed in the late 1890s as a stop on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore main line, and until today, the Seremban railway station still serves as one of the major stops along the line. The Seremban station also serves as the southern terminal of the Keretapi Tanah Melayu electrified commuter network, KTM Komuter, which links the town to Kuala Lumpur as well as the Klang Valley on Rawang-Seremban.
For other methods of travelling that tenants of Taman AST can turn to, the Federal Highway is a major roadway that runs through Seremban and also connects the principal towns and cities along the West Coast of Malaysia. It connects the township of Seremban with other neighbouring towns such as Rembau and also Tampin to the south and Kajang, Selangor to the north. Besides that, Seremban provides access to the towns of Kuala Klawang and Kuala Pilah to the east and the well-known coastal town of Port Dickson to the west.
In term of transportation, Negeri Sembilan is one of the two states (the other one is Perlis) in Malaysia that are not accessible via air transportation. But, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is considered to be essentially closer to Seremban rather than Kuala Lumpur as it a less than 30 minute drive from the Seremban township.