Get in
1) Elite Highway (E6) head to KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport)/LCCT (low cost carrier terminal)
2) Get off the elite at the KLIA extention highway toll – head towards LCCT – when you see a large mosque with blue dome on the left side of the road, turn left to continue on to the Sepang F1 Circuit / LCCT.
3) You will approach a large roundabout - take the exit at 12 o’clock - keep going straight all the way and as you are reaching the circuit, you will see a sign on your left that says sepang Gold Coast - keep to your left and filter left before the traffic lights .
4) You now have the Sepang F1 Circuit on your right hand side keep going straight until you reach a + junction with a set of traffic lights. (Big sign on the hill says Ensteck) - Turn right at the lights and head towards Sepang town .
5) After turning right, you will be on the B48 -ba much smaller road with village housing on the right – keep going another 10kms to Sepang town itself . At shell station turn Right at the traffic lights to Sg Pelek town 6kms away.
6) Pass 1st set of lights and keeping right - go pass another set of lights for another 3 kms until you see a sign for Sepang Gold Coast on the left .
Turn Right and drive for 4 kms to the beach.
 By plane
As Kuala Lumpur International Airport is located in Sepang, visitors can certainly fly from many oversea destinations directly into the district. For information on how to get to or away from the airport, see the "Get in - KLIA" section of the KL article.
 By train
In a hurry? Train about to leave the airport station? Just jump on board - you can buy your ticket on arrival at KL Sentral at the same price.
Visitors to Sepang, including the Formula One circuit, can make use of the good rail links between Kuala Lumpur and KLIA - see the "Get in - KLIA" section of the KL article for details on the KLIA Ekspres and KLIA Transit high-speed train services which run between KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur's transportation hub, and the airport where connections to other parts of Sepang can be made.
The KTM Komuter can also be used to reach Sepang. Catch a train to Nilai station in Negeri Sembilan. From there, Sepang Omnibus goes to locations within Sepang district, including KLIA, Salak Tinggi, Sepang (for connections to Port Dickson in Negeri Sembilan) and Sungai Pelek.
During race season, the simplest way is to catch the train from KL Sentral to KLIA and then transfer onto shuttle buses which will bring you to the circuit. The operator of KLA Ekspres and KLIA Transit has transport packages which cover the train ride and shuttle bus. See the KLIA Ekspres website or Sepang International Circuit's website.
On non-race days, it may be difficult to get to the circuit by public transport. Your best bet is by taxi.
 By bus
You can also use the various ' == bus ==connections between Kuala Lumpur and KLIA to reach Sepang - see the "Get in - KLIA" section of the KL article for details.
You could get a straight bus from the Nilai bus-station (nearest neighboring state of Selangor), take taxi (about 30 km) from KLIA airport or LCCT. It is more convenient to rent a car from the airport as the attractions from the surrounding areas are so irresistible to be neglected. On your way here, you will pass the Formula One Grand Prix and then just like watching the 'Back to the Future' movie, you will find the old Sepang town and after that the Pitaya (Dragon Fruit) farms offering you great deals of freshly hand-picked goodies!
Transnasional has a bus service from Kuala Lumpur's Puduraya bus terminal to Salak Tinggi, Sepang and Sungai Pelek. Transnasional also operates local buses from Sepang and Sungai Pelek to Tanjung Sepat and Banting in neighbouring Kuala Langat district. This journey passes through miles of palm oil plantations and several pretty Malay coastal villages.
Sepang Omnibus has direct local buses from Seremban in Negeri Sembilan to Sungai Pelek via Nilai, KLIA, Salak Tinggi and Sepang; and Seremban to Banting via Nilai, KLIA, Salak Tinggi and Bukit Changgang. It also runs a bus from Sungai Pelek to Port Dickson in Negeri Sembilan via Sepang. Towards the north, Sepang Omnibus operates buses from Sungai Pelek to Tanjung Sepat in neighbouring Kuala Langat district.
 By taxi
Except from KLIA, local taxis operate from the main towns of the district. From KLIA, a coupon airport taxi system operates. See the "Get in - KLIA" section of the KL article for details.  To Sepang International Circuit
 Get around
 On foot
The scenery is best fed in to your brain by walking along the well built pedestrian path. The clean surrounding is taken care of by Sepang's municipal council which does not tolerate any vandalism, and the safety and security of tourists are well served by the local police.
 By motorbike
This is the best option for submitting your whole body parts to the freshly warm breeze air. Try asking the Hotel Sri Malaysia lobby for the availability or the locals.
 By boat
Walk towards the end of the fresh wet market , you will find a small grocery shop beside a small wooden build coffee shop. There you could rent (by hours) any type of water transport available.Ranging from 2 capacity canoes to old fashioned wooden balanocarpus hemiispecies of tree.
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See the most well preserved nature as its best when you engage yourself in the river tour (priced as low as RM50.00 / pax) at the jetty nearby the seafood restaurant and wet market.White sandy beach with fresh breeze of warm salty water always welcome your family bringing laughter and endless memory of heavenly body of the local, smiling faces.
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Do not forget these goodies, uniquely available here, and it will add more sense of romantic when you bring the memories back to your home.
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Freshly caught seafood at your own instructions. Ask the local chef to grill, boil, bake, fry, toast or even steam it. Choose your favorite species (while they are still alive) and only pay very cheap (compared to the nearest urban KL mega city).
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Camping is permitted in front of the food stalls (pay toilets) and other facilities such as dust bins and gazebos available nearby. Chalets are also available, one belonging to the government's Fishery Department, and two that are privately owned.