Travellers Guide to Sepang, Malaysia – The Finest Attractions in Southern Malaysia’s Iconic District

Sepang is famous throughout the world, mostly because it features one of the most significant automotive arenas in Asia, and maybe even the world. There’s, however, more than meets the eye in Sepang.

Downtown KLIA Seafood

If you wish to experience some of the most indulgent food that Sepang has to offer, then look no further than this place. It’s a Chinese/Muslim culinary realm that features more than 200 eateries within it.

Sungai Pelek

This small town in the Sepang district is a beautiful excursion where you can experience the more peaceful and humble side of the district, where her natural splendour shines above all else. There are many mangrove forests, dragonfruit farms, and interesting eateries.

National Automobile Museum

Situated within the Sepang International Circuit itself, this incredible museum features a range of some of the most awe-inspiring vehicles out of history, such as the 1923 Ford Speedster.

Sepang International Circuit

Almost any Sepang hotel would recommend a visit to the legendary Sepang International Circuit. There’s much to be experienced here, ranging from major automotive events to taking part in go-kart contests. If you’re vacationing at a nearby resort such as AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort, this is an essential experience.

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Things You Should Know Before Visiting Malaysia – Intriguing Facts about the Nation

Malaysia, in a fairly short time has become one of the most popular nations in the world for travel. Her culture is truly unique, so there are many fascinating things to discover regarding Malaysia.

Food is Diverse and Cheap

In Malaysia, you can discover cultures from all corners of the globe. Even Malaysian cuisine is the amalgamation of many kinds of cuisine that came before it, from nations such as India, China, Philippines, and Singapore. Nasi Lemak, which is considered as the national dish, is definitely something worth trying.

The Wildlife is Incredible

Despite the many environmental issues the country is facing and the loss of more than 90% of its natural forest, there’s some amazing wildlife to discover in Malaysia. You will find many national parks and nature reserves to visit.

There are no Tuk Tuks

This is quite a surprising one since many would expect them to be rampant in Malaysia due to their prevalence in Thailand, but there are none to be found. If you’re staying at a Sepang hotel on your visit, such as AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort you’re going to have to travel around in a taxi.

Restaurants will rarely have Knives

Most Malaysians, as per the cultural norm, eat their food with their hands. Most places will provide cutlery, but it’ll pretty much always be a spoon and a fork, even if you’re eating western foods such as steak.

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