Kuala Lumpur Transfers ~ Sepang Circuit Transfers
Kuala Lumpur Transport
Internationl Circuit (SIC) hosts races all year round, including the Formula
One GP Sepang, which is normally held around March or early April each year.
It is probably one of the best F1 circuits and the most affordable. If you
are here around this period, a visit to the Sebang circuit is definitely a
must to do.
When there arent events going on you can take a closer look at the track by booking yourself (in advance) on to a two-hour circuit tour. Highlights include visits to race control, the medical centre, the paddock building and even the winners podium.
Formula 1 at KL is an amazing experience and Sepang delivers a truly amazing track. This has made Malaysia as one of the countries not to be missed in this world event.
Ticket prices vary greatly and if you are on a budget you can get one for seating on the grass on one of the corners. If shade is essential for you then get the grass tickets with.
Most of the Formula One fraternity stays at the airport
hotel for convenience, but the city is only a 45-minute commute from the
track and the luxurious resorts of Putrajaya are a short drive inland.
● There are snacks and drinks for sale inside but is somewhat expensive. Buying water inside is about RM 5 and burgers and other snacks are available at the inflated price of RM 30.
● It is very hot on the track especially if you are not in
● Bring your hat/cap/sun tan lotion and drink lots of water
There are many ways to get from Kuala Lumpur to the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) including by bus Skybus, KLIA Express train and cabs.
You can take the KLIA Ekspres from KL Sentral to KLIA then on to the feeder bus to the Sepang Circuit. Whilst the circuit is next to KLIA, the circuitous 13km route between KLIA and SIC can become heavily congested on race weekend, making this a long journey, particularly after the race on Sunday.
The transit buses between the circuit and KLIA can also
quickly fill up at peak times during the weekend, resulting in long queues
The 55 km trip to the Sepang circuit (SIC) will normally take anywhere from 1-2 hours depending on where you are staying, your chosen mode of transport and traffic/queues.
There can however be traffic jams near the circuit at peak times over the weekend and delays in getting shuttle buses out of the circuit at the end of each day, particularly after the race.
On race day don't miss your scheduled bus departure as going
by train and bus is so crowded, people were literally hanging out of the bus
on their way to the track.
If you wish to avoid the tedious travel by public transport, the other would be to make private transport arrangements.
Here we offer private transfer to and fro from Kuala Lumpur or other locations where your hotels are located to the Sepang Circuit specifically for race days.
We have handled various passengers and groups specifically for the races and even make arrangements for police outriders to escort the coaches to overcome the traffic jams.
We also cater to supply cold beers available in chillers, for passengers to enjoy during the journey.
SEPANG CIRCUIT RACE VEHICLE CHARTER
(Chauffer Driven / Driver)
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