The little town of Sungai Pelek is located within Sepang and offers numerous delightful sights and sounds for visitors. Believed to have been named after a river created by a high tide, the town of Sungai Pelek is remembered for its role during the Second World War as well as the Communist insurgency in the 1950s when a chain-link fence was built around the village. The town is presently home to a diverse community of several religions and ethnic groups including populations of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Singhalese and Bengalis. Sungai Pelek is located less than 30 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport as well as the Sepang International Circuit, making it a popular spot for visitors to drop-by. It is also in the proximity of the Bagan Lalang beach and Golden Coast Sepang, and is noted for the lush mangrove forests that thrive in the area.
Day-time visits are recommended
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
Multi-Rich Pitaya Dragon Fruit Farm, Four Multi Religious Buildings and the Vintage Chinese Shop Houses
A local mosque is available in Sungai Pelek for Muslim travelers to visit during prayer times. It is located in the vicinity of a local church and the Indian Mega temple.
Halal food is available in abundance in Sungai Pelek such as the very popular Sungai Pelek Food Court as well as a number of other international fast food chains such as KFC. However, it is recommended that visitors check with the restaurant owners about the availability of Halal food before dining.