Besides hosting motorsport events, Sepang International Circuit offers guided tours of the venue, houses the National Automobile Museum and has a paintball arena and night go-karting circuit.
Sepang International Circuit
Jalan Pekeliling, 64000
Dubbed the ‘Home of Motorsports’, the state-of-the-art Sepang International Circuit was, for 19 years, the venue of the annual Malaysian F1 Grand Prix, a premier motorsports event that attracted the world’s best racers to the country.
The circuit is known for its double-frontage grandstand bringing visitors non-stop action and thrill. Other international events held here include the MotoGP, Asian Le Mans Series and Japan Super GT.
A stone’s throw from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), the circuit offers guided tours and outdoor activities including go-karting (day and night) and paintball.
Go-kart: 9.00am – 6.00pm
Paintball: 10.00am to 7.00pm
Night go-karting hours (Friday only): 7.00pm to 1.00am
Guided tours of the circuit: ~RM33 (With MyKad) Last Slot: 2.30pm (Monday-Thursday) and 3.00pm (Friday).
Separate charges apply for go-karting and paintball.
The circuit is also home to the Muzium Automotif Sepang.
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How to get to Sepang International Circuit
Sepang Circuit is located about 10km from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and 70km from Kuala Lumpur’s city centre. It is connected via several highways including ELITE and PLUS, as well as the Express Railway Link (ERL).
During race season, the simplest way is to catch the high-speed train from KL Sentral to KLIA and then transfer onto shuttle buses to reach Sepang Circuit. On non-race days, it may be difficult to get to the circuit by public transport. Your best bet is by taxi.