Located in Selangor, Sepang is the home of Malaysian motorsport. Set amid a lush green rainforest, Sepang delights with its fragrant food, colourful culture and stunning natural scenery.
Things to do in Sepang
Get your adrenaline racing at the Sepang International Circuit, home of the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix. Join an exclusive tour of the track for a behind-the-scenes look or burn some rubber on the Sepang Go Kart Circuit, a close replica of the real circuit.
Spend a day at Bagan Lalang, a tranquil coastal strip featuring a white-sand beach and pine tree picnic park. Enjoy a refreshing dip, go kayaking along the waterways or try your hand at fishing off the rocks. If hunger strikes, stop by Bayu Malam Seafood Restaurant and try “Ikan Baker”, a traditional Malaysian dish comprised of chargrilled fish.
Looking to experience Malaysian life in the fast lane? The capital city Kuala Lumpur, about 50 kilometres away, is a hive of activity, from the bustling Petaling Street Market and grand colonial buildings to the mega shopping malls. Climb to the top of the spectacular Petronas Twin Towers for panoramic views of the city.
For a day of family fun, visit Mines Wonderland, an amusement park built on a former mining site. See traditional Kadazans dance performances in the grand amphitheatre, build a snowman in the Winter House and watch the glittering floats parade down the river at night.
Getting around Sepang
Sepang is a one-hour drive or express train journey to Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur International Airport is a 20-minute drive from the centre of Sepang, with shuttle buses from the airport directly to Sepang International Circuit. Once in Sepang, taxis are an affordable transport option.