March 18, 2011

Selangor Water Festival 19th-20th March

Hi friends! Just wondering what are your plans this weekend? If you have nothing to do and is up for some adventure with the family or just walking down the beach with your partner, this might pique your interest. There are many programmes and activities available, only on 19th and 20th March 2011.

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Do you know how to go to Bagan Lalang, Selangor? Here's how :

By car :
  • Elite Highway (E6) head to KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport)/LCCT (low cost carrier terminal)
  • 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.
  • 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 .
  • 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 .
  • 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.
  • 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 bus :
  • 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. 

    However, if you're not sure of the road, try to use google map or your GPS. Have fun at the Water Festival folks!

    Direction courtesy of Wikitravel

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