Attractions in Sepang – Soak up the natural splendour

Sepang is truly an interesting place to visit, offering a myriad of sightseeing attractions. Irrespective of your preference you’ll find amazing attractions to see here, like those below.

Sepang International Circuit | Image Credit: <a href="">Morio</a>, <a href="">Max Verstappen overtaking Lewis Hamilton 2017 Malaysia 2</a>, <a href="" rel="license">CC BY-SA 4.0</a>

Sepang International Circuit | Image Credit: Morio, Max Verstappen overtaking Lewis Hamilton 2017 Malaysia 2, CC BY-SA 4.0

Sepang International Circuit

Your itinerary to Malaysia should include Sepang International Circuit which is located merely 30 minutes away from the city centre. While boasting a breathtaking view of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, it ensures to provide an elite treatment like no other! You can experience plenty of unique facilities like a comfy seating arrangement for 130,000 guests, lush corporate suites and more!

National Automobile Museum

The museum showcases an array of locally made motorcycles, cars, and imported cars that have been utilized in the country itself. Once visited the place, you’ll be able to get a clear understanding of the developments in Malaysia’s automotive industry. Diverse collections of classic and vintage cars speak volumes of the history of the industry. If you are residing at a hotel such as AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort, the museum is 38 minutes away.

Bagan Lalang Beach

After experiencing many attractions in the city, consider heading over to Bagan Lalang Beach which will take less than an hour from Sepang. Crystal-clear waters, cooling breeze and lush greenery around make it an ideal place for a short escape.

Sungai Pelek

Being a small town in the Sepang district, Sungai Pelek often offers pleasant surprises for all leisure travellers and thrill-seekers. When it comes to some of the best things to do in Sepang, exploring the picturesque dragon fruit farms, succulent Chinese cuisines, and the traditional Kerepek factory will certainly make this place worth a visit!

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Quick Travel Guide on Malaysia – A Crash Course on the Nation

Malaysia is one of the most iconic and recognisable nations in the world and has a ton of incredible experiences to offer which range from heritage sights to culinary delights.


If you ever find yourself in Kuala Lumpur it is essential that you at least feast your eyes on the Petronas Towers. The National Mosque, also known as the Masjid Negara, is a breathtaking sight, and a hallmark of the city.


Some of the places to experience the best food in the country are in the markets such as Taman Connaught Market or Jalan Aor, which is an absolute haven for foodies. You only have to visit one of these places to experience everything from splendid savoury delicacies to sweets that will satisfy your soul.


There’s a multitude of options to choose from if you’re looking for places to stay, covering a range of price-points. You can also easily find a place close to your favourite attractions. Should you wish to explore the Sepang Circuit, which is easily one of the top things to do in Sepang, there are options such as AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort.


It is pretty much crucial that you take a walk across the 125-meter long Langkawi Skybridge, which hangs at a height of 125 metres. If you’re feeling adventurous you should also go for a hike at the Penang National Park, and experience the natural splendour of the nation.

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Getting around During Malaysian Grand Prix – Travelling Modes

The Sepang F1 Circuit is the biggest attraction in all of the country and during every major event, throngs of people flock into the country from around the world.

Taxi to Sepang

One of the most convenient modes of travel is using the taxi. Taxis will take you precisely where you want to go and the best part is you can go as and when you please. Taxis are also readily available in Kuala Lumpur and although it is known to be expensive, if you are travelling in a group you can always split the fair. Although most taxis come with a meter, you do have the option of negotiating the price with the driver especially if you are looking for a round trip.

From the KLIA Ekspres to Sepang

If you have travelled to Kuala Lumpur from any other part of the world, you will need to get to Sepang from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). The best part is there are options you can choose from the airport, one of which is the KLIA Ekspres. The KLIA Ekspres in an express train that runs between the main train station in Kuala Lumpur and the KLIA.

KL Monorail & LRT

The city of Kuala Lumpur has a fantastic Light Rail Transit (LRT) that is well developed making it easy for visitors to access all parts of the city no matter where one is based. After all, since there are so many things to do in Sepang choosing a system like the LRT may help you cover the many attractions found here. Moreover, you also have the freedom to pick an accommodation of your choice. Even if you are staying at the AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort accessing the LRT is not a cumbersome affair.

Bussing to Sepang

One other option definitely worth considering is taking the bus to Sepang. In Malaysia using the bus is definitely a convenient and reasonable mode of travel. The main state transport operator is called RapidKL and this offers quite a regular bus services especially on the Grand Prix weekend. Travelling by and between KL Sentral and KLCC is around 75 minutes.

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