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Malaysian Grand Prix Travel Guide

Sepang started hosting the Formula 1 Grand Prix in 1999 and it quickly became a success due to several factors which boosted its allure. Sepang itself is a city of many attractions and this is the reason why people flock to Sepang even though the Grand Prix is no longer hosted here. Want to find out more about Sepang?

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Morio2010 Malaysian GP opening lapCC BY-SA 3.0

1). Why Sepang?

The Sepang International Circuit offered views unlike no other when it came to vantage points of the race and also, tickets were amongst the cheapest found on the Formula 1 calendar. While you’re ticking off things to do in Sepang if you happen to be looking for accommodation, there are several options, like Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort for example.

2). Traits of The Track

The Sepang Circuit has offered for some adrenaline-inducing views with its wide, long straights that follow into tight corners which make for dramatic overtakes!

3). Deadly Weather

From 2001 to 2015 the races were consistently slotted in between March and April even though that is when the western monsoon came to town, bringing with it heavy rains which make for terrifying driving! Thankfully, this was later shifted.

4). Activities in Sepang

Take a break from the city, cars and head to GK Organic Farm where you will be taught how to select organic food! Or go to Flight Landing View, pull over and enjoy spectacular views of aircraft landing within close proximity!

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