The heart and soul of Sepang's tourism industry is its F1 Circuit, which hosts the Malaysian grand prix every year. V8 and Motor Indy races also operate here throughout the year, meaning that Sepang sees a regular influx of motorheads all year round. By world standards, the circuit is extremely modern, and it won't cost an arm and a leg for tickets either.
The district of Putrajaya is where many of Malaysia's government offices and palaces reside. Tourists who travel here should stick around for the after dark illuminations. Many of the grand structures and attractions in Putrajaya are lit up at night, providing a marvellous and rather unique sightseeing experience for tourists.
Malaysia is full of tranquil coastal areas, and one of the most adored is around Bagan Lalang. Just a short drive from Sepang, this strip of coast is a great place to visit for a lunchtime picnic or even an overnight stay. Don't let the ongoing eco-tourism developments spoil a wondrous day here. The future is looking bright for Bagan Lalang.
The Bird Park is a part of an area called the Lake Gardens. These serene and scenic Lake Gardens forms the green belt of Kuala Lumpur with an artificial lake. Visitors can take a leisurely boat cruise to enjoy views of the gardens from the water. Visitors will enjoy strolling through the park along a maze of walkways, amidst greenery.
The National Mosque of Kuala Lumpur makes a trip from Sepang seem irrelevant, as there are plenty of fascinating collections to inspect upon arrival. This uniquely designed mosque embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art, calligraphy and ornamentation. Its most striking feature is the multi-fold umbrella-like roof which symbolises the aspirations of an independent nation.
Aquaria KLCC is the largest aquarium in Malaysia. More than 250 species of underwater animals have made their home inside the tanks of Aquaria. There are also several interactive areas that provide information about turtles, sea lions and other sea-going wildlife. The exhibits begin in highland areas, then travel through rivers, wetlands and ocean environments.