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Malaysian Grand Prix

2018 dates to be confirmed.


Venues: Sepang International Circuit

Destinations: Kuala Lumpur

The Malaysian Grand Prix has been held at the Sepang International Circuit since 1999.

As part of a series of major infrastructure projects in the 1990s, the circuit was constructed with the intent of hosting a unique addition to the Grand Prix calendar. Since its inaugural race, in which Michael Schumacher handed the victory to title-hopeful team-mate Eddie Irvine, the Malaysian Grand Prix has not disappointed motorsport fans.

Designed by Hermann Tilke, Sepang is one of the most technical circuits in Formula One. Its combination of long high-speed straights and tight twisting complexes make the course a formidable challenge for drivers. However, the track is also broad, providing for climactic overtaking opportunities.

The drivers love it and, along with Malaysia's distinct atmosphere, it makes for a unique experience in Formula One. Huge grandstand capacity at the Sepang International Circuit guarantees great viewing, particularly in the double-fronted stand opposite the pits.  If you are revving to go to the Malaysian Grand Prix 2018, enquire now. Our Malaysian Grand Prix packages will give you an opportunity to experience the thrills, noise and glamour of Formula One in Kuala Lumpur.


Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a fascinating city. An urban metropolis, its people are some of the friendliest in Southeast Asia. The Golden Triangle, in the centre of the city, is home to the best shops and restaurants. However, if you want to balance your experiences with some homegrown flavour, head to Chinatown or Little India to explore bustling markets and peruse food stalls and hawker restaurants. Kuala Lumpur’s green heart, Dataran Merdeka was once the centre of the old, colonial city and is now a place where locals go to relax in tranquil surroundings. With hundreds of holiday destinations available to you in Malaysia, you will be spoiled for choice. Head to the pristine beaches and sacred temples of Penang or the island of Langkawi or explore the rainforests of the Kinabalu National Park.


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