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Updated by Roger Gary on Jun 16, 2015
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Top Things to do in Sepang - walk free, breathe free

A small town at the beginning, Sepang slowly shot to the stardom thanks to a number of developments that took place. With the establishment of tourist activities, Sepang is now tourist beehive. You cannot miss a foreigner no matter what time of the year you happen to visit there. And many activities have surfaced to suit the tourist ideal.


Maangrove river cruise

This river cruise will keep you occupied for about half a day at least. For a half day, simply meander along the dense jungle and its rich mangroves. While at the meandering, do not forget to keep your eyes open for any exclusive birds, monkeys, eagles and monitor lizards.


Sepang International Circuit

Like the Mangrove river cruise, this too will keep you busy for about half a day. Sepang International Circuit is home to Malaysian Grand Prix. So to say, you can enjoy a whole gamut of exciting sport gets. Although the circuit will keep you busy for about half a day, the circuit track is simply less than half an hour.


Banghuris Agro

If you have a liking for cultural studies, Banghuris Agro could be your choice. Here you will be visiting a rural village simply to observe traditional wooden Malay homes. It is your turn to get surprised how relaxed the traditional Malays are in their daily routine. Perhaps their lifestyle could offer you a good lesson for your own lifestyle.



Putrajaya is an upcoming modern city with a history of about 20 years. Here you will be able to observe how a Malay city life functions.


Historical Malacca

You will need one whole day to engage in this excursion. Historical Malacca is where Malaysia's long history could be traced. Here is a chance for you to revisit those interesting good old times of beautifully conserved buildings. These buildings have weathered centuries and have a good look at them.


Elephant Sanctuary

If you need to have a thorough elephant experience, allocate one whole day for this as well. At the Elephant Sanctuary, you will be meeting the orphaned wild Asian elephants. These elephants will be a sight for sore eyes, as you observe them enjoy a life of safety and comfort. And the good thing is that they can live in a native forest environment.


The Best of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is of course a well known city in the world. But it takes some time to explore its vibrant culture. With the Best of Kuala Lumpur programme, you get an opportunity to know the heart of this intriguing city. You will be guided throughout the programme.


Swimming Pool

Malaysia is one of the few countries that offer infinite opportunities to enjoy the warm weather. Most travellers make it a point to sunbathe here while taking a deep swim. Most AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort types such as Sepang Beach Hotel provide swimming facilities, apart from other amenities.



Many Malaysian resorts and beach hotels offer yoga courses. Some popular yogas include Vinyasa Yoga, Power Yoga and Power Walk. These Yoga types are primarily designed with the aim of boosting your fitness status. Power Walk, the simplest of them all, takes out your stress and calories. All what you need to do is walk briskly.