MALAYSIAN MOTOGP™ TOUR PACKAGES AND PRICING – 2018
AFFORDABLE 2018 SHELL MALAYSIA MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX PACKAGES
For the 2018 Malaysian MotoGP™, F1 Grand Prix Tours can provide you with a great opportunity to experience the Malaysian MotoGP™, as well as the sights, sounds and people of Kuala Lumpur, at an affordable package price.
We can offer you an accommodation choice, between a superior 4 or 5 star hotel both superbly located in down town Kuala Lumpur, ideally located within easy walking distance of the city’s finest restaurants, shopping centres and clubs. Both hotels are located in the famous Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur.
Your hotel accommodation, combined with your circuit transfers and race tickets, will form the basis of an unforgettable 2018 Malaysian MotoGP™, travel package.
You must book a minimum of 3-night 2018 Malaysian Moto Grand Prix tour package, which may be extended on request, to give you more time to explore the capital Kuala Lumpur and Malaysian’s numerous tourist attractions.
MALAYSIA AS A TRAVEL DESTINATION
Malaysia is a mix of the modern world and a developing nation. With its investment in the high technology industries and rich oil wealth, it has become one of the richer nations in Southeast Asia.
Malaysia offers you two countries for the price of one – Peninsular Malaysia, bordering Thailand and – East Malaysia, the northern half of the island of Borneo, bordering against Indonesia and Brunei. Peninsula Malaysia is where people go for bustling cities, shopping, restaurants and nightclubs. The states of Sabah and Sarawak on Borneo however opens up a totally different world, with its lush rainforests inhabited by isolated indigenous tribes.
Away from the cities, untamed nature awaits you, in the form of wild jungles dripping with rare and exotic species, while the oceans surrounding Malaysia, features pristine coral reefs thronged by turtles, sharks and tropical fish.
Kuala Lumpur – simply called KL by locals – is the capital and the largest city in Malaysia. KL is a melting pot of excitingly diverse Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures, with a profusion of mosques, Buddhist temples and Hindu shrines.
The best of KL’s attractions, including the colonial core around Merdeka Square, boisterous Chinatown, Little India, as well as, the restaurants, shops and nightlife of the so-called Golden Triangle. Despite the heat, this is a city best explored on foot in particular its busy markets, stalls selling cooked food of every shape and description, or its massive and inexpensive shopping centres!.
In KL, it’s all about the food – this city offers a mouth-watering mix of Asian culinary traditions – something definitely not to be missed!