An Intro to Sepang – An Exciting Part of Malaysia to Explore

Sepang is a district in the southern Selangor state. Among the big landmarks here is the Sepang International F1 Circuit the home of the Malaysian Motor GP and the Malaysian Motorcycle GP, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the tourist destination Sepang Gold Coast in Bagan Lalang. Millions of visitors pass through the district annually to attend racing events and on their way to and from the international airport.

One of the main highlights in Sepang is the Formula 1 Circuit. There is no doubt that this splendid race track, one of the world’s finest and amongst its most modern, is one of the area’s most significant attractions. The highlight here is unquestionably the much-looked forward to Malaysian Grand Prix, which is part of the international Formula 1 calendar. In addition to this internationally renowned race, there are plenty of other interesting attractions that will keep any member of the family entertained throughout their stay in the city.

For those keen on getting a dose of spirituality while visiting Sepang, pay a visit to the Sepang Elim Sanctuary. Known for its simple yet exotic architecture and the rather interesting Sunday Mass’, this site has for years attracted devout Christians from around Malaysia and the world as well.

For those holidaying in Sepang, make sure to take your time and bask in the glorious sunrises and sunsets for they are truly unforgettable. You have the option of enjoying a beachside holiday at a Sepang resort right alongside the coast such as the AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort. Bagan Lalang is tranquil leisure and relaxation that is uppermost in your mind; make sure that you spend some time at Bagan Lalang. Located a short distance away from the town of Sepang, this is undoubtedly one of Malaysia’s most admired coastal regions. This coastal strip of land is a wonderful place for a picnic lunch, but you may also choose to stay overnight at this picturesque location.

Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world.

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Places to Visit in Malaysia – Memorable Experiences Galore

Malaysia is a land that is captivating, friendly and equipped with 21st century infrastructure making it an ideal destination be it for business or pleasure. Tourist hubs are scattered across the country. Sepang is popular and things to do in Sepang vary from cruises among mangroves to Formula One racing. If you want to enjoy all this and combine it with a luxurious retreat to get away to when the hustle and bustle gets too much then AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort would suit you.

Malaysia is magic in every way. It is a land of great beauty as well as being a melting pot of diverse ethnic cultures .Many traditions and customs, religions and cuisine coexist in great harmony. Among the many attractions of Malaysia is the Gunug National Park –one of the greatest Southeast Asian natural attractions with its fantastic limestone krast formations and phenomenal network of caves and the Sarawak Chamber is the world’s largest cave chamber. Lovely Langkawi on the Malaysian northwestern coast is a 99 island archipelago with pristine beaches, rainforests, mangroves and forested mountains and is a fast developing tourist hub. The Tunku Abdul Marine National Park (Malaysia’s first) is great for water sports .The world’s largest flower Rafflesia blooms at Gunung Gading National Park and Malaysian Borneo boasts of orangutans and remote tribes. Melaka has a rich heritage which is a blend of the indigenous Malaysian and colonial influence. The Portuguese sector with villas and an old fort and the Dutch sector showcasing Dutch architecture in the East is testimony to colonial influence. The Cameron Highlands with its tea and flower gardens is well worth a visit for its scenic beauty, lakes, wildlife and outdoor sports. Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah State in Malaysia and home to the highest Malaysian peak Mount Kinabalu. It also has wildlife refuges and other attractions. The Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, is a megapolis with modern infrastructure and amenities. You will find plenty to do here with shopping malls, a pulsating night life and plenty of sightseeing.

Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting.

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