Malaysian F1 Travel Guide – Plan Out Your F1 Vacation

Malaysia is well known for its racing background around the world! it doesn’t matter how big or small the race is, diehard racing fans in the country are always present at the track to witness the action.

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A few facts

Sepang International Circuit is located just next to Kuala Lumpur International Airport. It is not only the F1 races that this great track host, but the MotoGP races as well. The grandstand here is well built to prevent leaks in case of rains during the race. Malaysia offers the cheapest F1 tickets and the best offer during the first few months of sale all to lure in more local fans to watch races.

Sepang International Circuit

This track is quite challenging with its many curves and straights. The compound is huge with parking space for about 18,000. It is best to dress in light clothing like shorts and soft t-shirts as the heat can become as intense as the race! It has great views of the track from most vantage points.

Off-track activities

Here are some things to do in Sepang whenever you are not at the track; Petronas Twin Towers are situated in the urban capital of Malaysia. Check out the sky bridge and the observation deck for a panoramic view of the entire city. Visit KLCC for your shopping needs, it is a massive mall and you are sure to find just about anything you are looking for. For the best food experience try Bukit Bintang and China Town for souvenirs.


Looking for a place to stay is quite easy as the circuit is right next to the airport. There are plenty of hotels like AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort in the vicinity along with airport hotels and boutique hotels that are available, some even on short notice.

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+

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