F1 Holidays on a Budget

F1 Holidays on a Budget

Article by Trav Sportsman

Known as the melting pot of cultures, Malaysia is known to be the place for someone who is looking for something new and exciting. It is a popular tourist destination for many risk-takers all around the world, at any time of the year. Indeed, a holiday in Malaysia would often spell as A-D-V-E-N-T-U-R-E.

And the kind of adventure that Malaysia offers is not simply limited to nature tripping or some kind of psychological adventure that could leave you at a daze as you explore and appreciate the arts and culture that Malaysia has to offer. It goes more than that. Malaysia, in fact, proudly hosts one of the prestigious and exciting F1 race in the whole world.

The Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix is slated on April and it is always advisable to book your flight and hotel early to celebrate the F1 holidays in this wonderful country. For many years, this race has always been known to be a blockbuster so it would pay if you would be such an early bird when it comes to arranging your fabulous F1 holidays.

The race normally take place in the 5.542 km Sepang Circuit in Selangor. Avid followers and fans of the F1 racing event knows for a fact that the Malaysian Grand Prix is one F1 racing event that you should watch because it is when the best Formula One drivers would lend a whole new experience and meaning as they bid to gain the pole position.

Deciding to visit Malaysia for an F1 holidays is indeed a very wise decision since aside from the race, it is also one of the best time of the year to explore the many sights and sounds that Malaysia has to offer. After the race, you could also take the opportunity to roam around the tourist attractions located in Selangor and beyond. The national zoo and the Selangor Tropical Fruits Garden are two of the best tourist destinations that you should not miss when you decided to go on an F1 holidays this 2011. If you also have the time, we also recommend that you visit the Blue Mosque which is known for the world?s tallest minarets. And while you are at it, you may also take time to savor the beauty and wonder that Malaysia?s popular Batu Caves has to offer.

Other tourist destinations that are must-see in Selangor are the Carey Island, the Royal Gallery and of course the High 5 Bread Town Museum. This museum is known to be as the first bread museum in Malaysia! Spending the F1 holidays is indeed very worth it and it would be all the more memorable if you would also take this chance to have a tour in Malaysia and experience what the so-called ?melting pot? of all cultures has to offer.

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