More than the Home of Dragon Fruit,Complete Package of Sea, Land, Air Travel.
Rising Star of Short Getaway – Sungai Pelek, Sepang

Located in the state of Selangor, Sepang District is widely known locally and internationally as the home to the Sepang International Circuit and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Little known, Sepang is also a hidden haven of new village delicacies and an ideal destination for a short getaway!

As a township along the Federal Route 5, Sepang is famous among the locals for its coastal fishing villages, sumptuous seafood, and giant dragon fruit. It can be touted as one of the best eco-tourism destinations in Malaysia!

However, if we travel southwards from Klang to Sepang via the Federal Route 5 from Banting, the road condition of this trunk road is poor with often traffic jams due to development and construction on both sides of the road. Therefore, we choose to take other way round.

Tourists from Northern Malaysia and Klang can take the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), make an exit at Exit 103 Jelutong, Shah Alam, and enter ELITE Expressway (E6), towards Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA); meanwhile, tourists from Kuala Lumpur can start their journey from the Sungei Besi Toll of the North-South Expressway (NSE), and tourists from Southern Malaysia can take the ELITE Expressway from Exit 214 Nilai Utara of NSE (E2) and travel towards KLIA. In both directions, they can take the Exit KLIA of the expressway, drive towards Sepang International Circuit (SIC), and then slide over to the expanded B48 state highway to the intersection of Pekan Sepang Lama, turn right and enter Sepang new village along Federal Route 5, and then drive towards Sungai Pelek adjacent to it.

Starting from Sepang, you can visit Sungai Pelek, Tanjung Sepat, Banting and Jenjarom all the way north, and then return to Klang to save time and avoid being caught in traffic jams.

Malaysia’s One and Only Complete Package of Sea, Land, Air Travel

Sepang and Sungai Pelek is the perfect combo for a complete package of land, sea, and air travel that you can find nowhere else in Malaysia! Sea: from mangrove river cruise to the Bagan Lalang Beach; Land: our new private attraction - Sepang Mars Hill; Air: with the Kuala Lumpur International Airport just a stone’s throw away, you can always enjoy watching planes flying above, taking off and landing. Sepang is undoubtedly on the way to joining the ranks of major tourist destinations of Malaysia.

Bagan Lalang Beach

Let the most captivating sunset on the sea of the Malacca Strait takes your breath away, while the soft sea breeze caress you under the warm sunshine. If you are looking for more fun activities, the beach offers perfect facilities for picnics, kite flying and camping.

Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort

The Polynesia-inspired overwater villa that stretches out from the Bayan Lalang Beach in the form of a palm tree forms a unique scenery on the sea on its own.

Mangrove River Cruise

Explore the dense and diverse mangroves along the Sungai Sepang by taking a river cruise to the coastal estuary or local family boathouses. Either way, you can enjoy the cool breeze amidst the lush mangroves and dense jungle, watching eagles hovering in the air and the egrets wandering in the jungle.

Experience fishing

Whether you’re a fishing enthusiast or novice, you can find fun fishing here. The local boathouses are fully equipped for you to enjoy fishing and even experience overnight fishing. The good news is, you can even buy and take your catches with you!

Sepang International Circuit

The state-of-the-art Formula One circuit is open to visitors to tour its world-class facilities, such as the Grandstand, the Perdana Suite, the Race Control Room, etc. You can also visit the Automobile Museum and take Instagram-able selfies.

Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA

Not to be missed by any shopaholic! Here, you can find luxury, middle and high-end famous brands’ clothing accessories, perfume and make-ups, chocolates and household goods sold directly at attractive discounted prices!

Anjung Spotter

A specially built wide plane-viewing platform overlooking a few kilometers to let visitors watch planes take off and land at a close distance. Be sure to capture the moment the plane takes off and lands right in front of your eyes!

Jalan Pekeliling, 64000 KLIA, Selangor.7am–7pm

For more outstanding shots, you can also visit one of the many big fruit orchards in Sepang and Sungai Pelek to capture the “Big Bird” flying right over your head!

For those who want to capture the planes flying across the sky, you may stay at the Anjung Spotter.

Travelers can enjoy the chill and leisure time while experiencing the fish village-style in the Sepang.

Bagan Lalang have the best place to view the sunset.

Rumah Rakit is fully equipped, it provides the fishing lover can fishing overnight.

There is the ‘Laluan Hijau’ located alongside mangrove forest.

No matter what you expect in fishing or not, you can also try fishing at the fish pond.

Dragon Fruit Orchards & more

Dragon Fruit, also known as Pitaya, originated from Central America has long taken root in Sepang, making it the largest pitaya planting area in Malaysia. On top of promoting local agricultural development, this peach red tropical fruit has become a new eco-tourism attraction of Sepang.

Agro-tourism is not new in Malaysia, but Sepang is a good example of integrating local elements to enrich local tourism industry. If you think Sepang only has dragon fruit to offer, then you’re wrong. There are many tourist attractions, local delicacies, culture, and history worth exploring, and these are what make visiting Sepang meaningful and unforgettable.

Sepang Corner Healthy Fruits & Florist

This fruit orchard mainly focuses on pitaya planting. Join a guided tour to learn about pitaya planting, pitaya enzyme production, as well as other fruits, such as watery rose apple, mangosteen, passion fruit, etc.
PT3892, Kampung Batu 1, Jalan Sepang – Sungai Pelek, 43900 Sepang, Selangor. +6017-6611322

HL Nursery Trading

Treat yourself to the many kinds of dishes prepared using dragon fruit at the dragon fruit restaurant in the orchard, including the unique Dragon Fruit Curry Bread King; You can also visit the orchard and take photos with the "largest" dragron fruit!
Lot 7608, Jalan Besar Batu 1, 43900 Sepang, Selangor. +6012-3141712

Wan Tee Longan Malaysia

Besides dragon fruit, you can visit this orchard for other tropical fruits, such as longan, pineapple, rambutan, guava, banana, passion fruit, honey jackfruit, durian, etc. Longan and pineapple are especially known as "Treasures of the Orchard".
Lot 594, Lapis 8/9, Jalan Bukit Bangkong, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Sepang, Selangor.+6012-3852728 / 012-3595462

Multi-Rich Pitaya Dragon Fruit Farm

This fruit farm is the first in Malaysia to introduce Taiwanese dragon fruit into Malaysia
A126, Kampung Baru Batu 1, 43900 Sepang, Selangor. +6016-6668736/ 016-3915590

There is abundance of dragon fruit orchards across Sepang and Sungai Pelek, while some only focus on planting, some are open to visitors. There are many small stalls along the “dragon fruit street” Jalan Besar Batu Satu, selling dragon fruits and various tropical fruits. Some owners also sell by-products, such as dragon fruit enzyme and dried dragon fruits, which are ideal souvenirs to bring home.

A Lineup of Attractions Awaiting Exploration

New tourism attractions are often spread by word of mouth; first among the locals, and then gradually to the greater public. For example, the Sepang Mars Hill, which was initially popular among the locals, has now become a new attraction. From dragon fruit, Foochow delicacies, seafood, river cruise, beach, and mangroves, Sepang indeed has it all!

The Sepang Mars Hill is located within a palm oil plantation. It was accidentally discovered by local enthusiastic mountain climbers and hikers. Later, a proper road was developed, and this attracted more visitors from near and far.

The Sepang Mars Hill is named for its barren scene similar to the surface of Mars, with views comparable to the Pinnacles in Australia or Yehliu Geopark of Taiwan. The Mars Hill used to be a small hill almost razed to the ground 20 years ago for the construction of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, leaving hard stones that cannot be used for construction, and thus forming various interesting landscapes.

Of course, one scenic spot could be uninviting for many, but Sepang has much more attractions, activities, and food to offer for a fun-packed 3-day and 2-night getaway.

Fun-filled Malay Kampungs

Travelling is about “experience” and what’s could be more fun than experiencing the authentic lifestyle of Malay Kampungs for yourself. Malay Kampungs is the most prominent feature of Malaysia, and to complete the sea, land, and air travel in Sepang, you must stop by Kampung Hulu Chuchoh in Sungai Pelek to experience the fun-filled Malay Kampung culture.

Banghuris Bamboo Forest

Step onto the idyllic bamboo trail inside a private scenic spot located in Hulu Chuchoh with rows and rows of bamboos and you will mistake yourself in the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove of Japan. The interweaving of green bamboos and sunshine create a fairyland-like world perfect for taking photos.

Kampung Leisurely Fun

If you want, you can spend a night at the Banghuris B & B in Hulu Chuchoh and learn traditional Malay games, namely Gasing (spinning tops), Sumpit (blowguns), Layang-layang (kites), and batik printing, from the friendly Makciks and Pakciks, as well as watch Malay martial arts performances. The next day, you can visit one of the many kerepek ubi (cassava chips) factories here and buy some sweet and crisp cassava chips as souvenirs.

Kampung Day Tour Package

This day tour package includes visit to noodle factory, tofu plant, cassava chips factory, rubber estate, coffee estate and palm oil estate.

Hidden Local Delicacies in New Villages

Ye Ye Xiang Foochow Kompia

Kompia is a must eat at Sungai Pelek. Originated from the Ming Dynasty in China, this biscuit is historically prepared as the food for the soldiers. Ye Ye Xiang has a history of 30 years and its Kompia comes in various flavors with different fillings and taste, in addition to the original traditional version. You can also make an appointment to visit the bakery and listen to the owner sharing about the history of the biscuit.
Lot 74, Jalan Besar, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor. +6010-219 6555

Foochow cuisine

Sungai Pelek is home to many Foochow descendants, and hence it is also famous for many local Foochow delicacies such as Misua, Dongpo pork, yam glutinous rice, Foochow red wine rice, Foochow noodles, etc. These food can easily be found at any local Chinese restaurants.

Rojak Mee

Soup cooked using coconut milk, pepper, belachan (shrimp paste) is the essence of the famous Sungai Pelek Rojak Mee. It is best consumed with noodles, eggs, barbecued pork, tofu, and topped with a generous amount of peanut sprinkle, which complements the spicy taste of the soup perfectly.

Kedai Mee Kicap Ah Cheng - 251, Kampung Baru, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor. +6017-6242209 8.30am–4pm
·Sungai Pelek Rojak Mee - 298, Kampung Baru Sungai Pelek, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor. +603-31411449 8.30am–3pm
·Ming Xing Noodle - 33, Kampung Baru Sungai Pelek, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor. 012-3291342 7.30am – 2.30pm (Close on every Wednesday and Thursday)

·Kedai Makan Lai Su Chin 

Kedai Makan Lai Su Chin is a restaurant popular among the residents, especially during breakfast. Here, can feel the most local atmosphere while enjoying the most authentic Foochow Pan Mee or the delicious fried drumstick rice.
Lot 2399, Jalan 2, Kampung Baru Sepang, 43900 Sepang, Selangor. +6017-3069380 3am–11am
Recommendation:Foochow Pan Mee, fried drumstick rice

Restoran Jing Too

261, Kampung Baru Sepang, 43900 Sepang, Selangor.+603-31421740 / +6019-6512096 10am–10pm (Close on Wednesday)
Recommendation:Steamed glutinous rice with crabs, Foochow Ba Wang Soup, Foochow Misua 

Huang Yan Food Court

Huang Yan Food Court is the only large eatery in Sungai Pelek frequent by the locals. The various stalls here offer a wide variety of choices, and it is the best place for those looking for something quick and convenient.
76, Jalan 5, Pekan Sungai Pelek, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.


Seafood Feast

As a coastal town, it is a must for tourists to enjoy a sumptuous feast of seafood, with red snapper, grouper, stingray, eels, shrimp, clams, lalas etc. Each restaurant has its own secret recipes, and some seafood dishes also had a unique Foochow touch to it. Something you simply can’t find anywhere else.

Ming Tai Restaurant

538, Jalan Pasar, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.+6012-9019678 / +6010-7706066 11.30am–3pm, 5.30–11pm (Close every Tuesday)
Recommendation:Foochow Dongpo Pork, Nyonya Red Snapper, Salt and Pepper Soft Shell Crab, Pumpkin Tofu 

Restaurant STK

Lot 4141, Jalan Lapis 2, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.+603-31422555 11am–2.30pm, 5.30–11pm (Close every Wednesday)
Recommendation:Silver Award Fried Shrimp Roll, Baoyu Marinated Duck, Fried Oyster on Iron Plate, Foochow Dongpo Pork, Foochow Yam Glutinous Rice

Kiatnan Kitchen

57, Jalan Besar, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.+6016-3543188 5–11pm (Close every Monday)
Recommendation:Shu Qi Kisses Shark, Pork Tendon, Braised Bean Paste with Grouper, Steamed Stingray 

Restoran Sepang

Lot 2396, Jalan Kampung Baru, 43900 Sepang, Selangor.+6016-3269006 / +6017-2755586 11am–3pm, 5.30–10.30pm (Close every Thursday)
Recommendation:Crab Meat Fish Maw Soup, Red Wine Chicken Noodles, Dragon Fruit Shrimp Balls, Yam Milk Pot 


Sungai Pelek is also home to many local snacks, such as the famous Xiao Lai Buns and Dim Sums, fried shrimp cracker, fried leek cake, fruit rojak, Chinese dumplings, fried Youtiao and all kinds of Chinese traditional pastries. Many of them are made at with authentic tranditional flavor.


Sungai Pelek Wei Fa Noodles

In its third generation, this traditionally handmade yellow noodles is cooked and then mixed with oil. Unique to Sungai Pelek, but you can taste have it in almost every large and small restaurant. You can buy the raw noodles back and cook at home.

107, Kampung Baru Sungai Pelek, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.+603-31411769 / +6012-3176465

Afternoon Tea

For a unique afternoon tea experience, you can visit a local Chinese restaurant that serves toast or kompia for a quiet afternoon. For something more special, Yi Pin Xiang is a must visit for its popular "giant coffee". Even after the ice completely melted, the coffee still tasted as strong as before, as the ice used is iced espresso cubes. The local “barista” is a young “giant” standing about 2 meters tall!

532, Jalan Pasar, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.+6017-7438160 / 010-93121246am–8pm (Close every Friday)

Bird's Nest Dessert

What’s a more refreshing and healthy dessert than bird’s nest under the hot afternoon sun? Head to Lee Bee Birdnest Enterprise in Sungai Pelek to enjoy a bowl of stewed bird's nest for a luxurious afternoon tea. Here, you can also get to know more about the goodness of bird's nest and its health benefits.

5, Jalan Tenteram 1, Taman Tenteram, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.+603-3141218 Weekday(10.30am – 6.30pm),Weekend(12noon–6.30pm)

Ice Dessert Restaurant with a Story 

The HCH Ice & Tea House used to be a petrol station, a rubber collection store, before it closed in the 1980s. The store features a retro interior design, so you can reminisce the good old days over a bowl of delicious shaved ice with fruits.

44, Jalan Besar, Sungai Pelek, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor. +6011-12012790Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday(3–10pm)

Chop Guan Kee Coffee

Chop Guan Kee Coffee is a local time-honored brand with 70 years of history. Now runs by its third-generation owner, the shop only offers normal black coffee and pure black coffee without sugar. If you are a coffee lover, make sure you grab a couple bags of black coffee home.

352, Kampung Baru Sungai Pelek, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor.+603-31411272 / +6014-6401310

Ah Xing Bee Farm

This bee farm mainly raises silver bees. The owner initially started rearing bees to collect honey for their daughter. Later, the bee farm was opened to the public. The bee farm is known for their 100% pure honey, with just a taste, you can immediately tell the difference from those found in the market.

Jalan Cempaka 7, Pantai Sepang Putra, 43950 Sungai Pelek, Selangor. +6019-6517808  9am -6pm (Please call prior to visit)
Recommendation:Silver Bee Honey, Pollen Honey, Silver Bee Pollen

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