Malaysian Grand Prix Travel Guide – Explore Sepang!

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?

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!

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Explore the City While Visiting for the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix – Experiences in every corner!


As an exciting, thrilling and all-around spectacular event, the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix brings in visitors from all over the world. However, while you’re here, check out some of these other cool activities.

1) Sepang International Circuit

This is where it all takes place. The Sepang Internation Circuit was inaugurated in 1999 and is where the first Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix took place as well. The circuit was well received by its fans for featuring wide straights and sweeping corners. The circuit has long played an integral role in the country’s industrialization. If you’re looking for a Sepang hotel, there are plenty of great options around like the Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort for instance.

2) Mangrove River Cruise

An activity popular amongst most tourists who visit Sepang is the mangrove river cruise. This half-day tour allows you to wind all the way through the lush mangroves and past the dense jungle here as well. You’ll be able to take in the gorgeous sights and listen to the sounds of the monkeys, monitor lizards, eagles and a variety of exotic birds.

3) Banghuris

If you’re into responsible tourism, you can check out Banghuris. This half-day agro tour takes you to a rural village where you can witness traditional wooden homes and how the locals go about their lives.

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Malaysian F1 Grand Prix – Travel and Transport During the Race Weekend

The Malaysian F1 Grand Prix is one of the most awaited racing events which is set to take place from the 29th of September to 01 of October 2018. Read on to plan out your travels schedule for the race weekend!

Hail a Taxi

Hail yourself a taxi to get to and from, the circuit picks up zone located just outside of the main entrance. Do make sure to look out for official F1 stickers on the taxis as these are the vehicles authorised to make the pickups and drops off by the gate.

Board a Train

If your planning on coming in from KL for the circuit, the fastest way to arrive is to board the KLIA Express to KL International Airport. After which one can possibly get a taxi or the shuttle services to reach the track. A special ticket will be issued just for the race so do make sure to purchase it upon arriving at the train station, which can be easily accessed from hotels such as AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort.

Utilise the Coach or Bus Services

A shuttle bus service will be operated from 2 different pick-up points in KL, every 30 minutes starting from 8.00 a.m. As many tourists will be coming in to watch the race as it will be one of the most popular things to do in Sepang during this time.


Planning on driving to the circuit? Then take the North-South highway from KL, however, do make sure to book a parking space in advance to guarantee yourself a spot.

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