Go Karting in Malaysia

Malaysia Go Karting

X Park Sunway Serene, Petaling Jaya, City Karting, Shah Alam, Sepang International Kart Circuit, Sepang, Pinnacle Kart, Subang Jaya, Blastacars Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Formula Karting, Petaling Jaya, Morac Adventure Park, Langkawi, Sunway Lagoon Go-Kart, Selangor, Blastacars Malaysia, and many more

If the sharp roar of the engine, the adrenaline rush while taking a sharp turn, and the thrill of drifting, excite you, Go Kart in Malaysia is just the place for you. A sport that you can enjoy solo, with friends and family, as well as partners if you wish to go the daredevil way. Go Karting offers you a chance to race legally on professional tracks. 

Malaysia offers some of the world’s best Go-Kart tracks that attract both local and international visitors. If you are looking for long straights and fast corners you can head to city Karting, Shah Alam which also has separate tracks for advanced level drivers and novice karters. For the more professional level go karters, you should try the Sepang International Kart Circuit designed by the famed F1 track designer Hermann Tilke. Try a double seater kart if you have kids, at Sunway Lagoon Go Kart, or let them enjoy their very own kiddie karts at TraXion Karting, X Park Sunway Serene.

You will find a plethora of choices when it comes to Go Karting in Malaysia that range from indoor and outdoor settings to race tracks, professional-level circuits, challenging mazes, and much more.

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Which are the best go-kart tracks in Malaysia?

1. X Park Sunway Serene, Petaling Jaya: X Park is Malaysia’s first theme park that is dedicated to extreme sports both motorized and non-motorized. Go Karting is one of its more popular attractions known as Traxion Karting that draws local and international visitors. It is one of the largest indoor Go Karting circuits in Southeast Asia and offers sessions of 10 minutes to adults. The sessions are given either on the regular karts or on the ones that are double seaters if you are with kids. There are also race tracks for children known as ‘Kiddie Karts’ and special mini race packages available, for kids to enjoy Go-Karting in Malaysia.

Operational hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 4 PM – 12 AM, Saturday and Sunday: 10 AM – 12 AM, Closed on Mondays

Price: RM 60 for 10 minutes

2. City Karting, Shah Alam: City Karting has gained immense popularity among racing enthusiasts and is believed to be one of the best go karting tracks in the country. The 1.16 km track is replete with long straights and fast corners and is the first outdoor go-karting track in Malaysia. You will find a nice mix of professional level go karters as well as novices and families enjoying the sport together. City Karting essentially offers two kinds of go-karts, the powerful go-karts that can go up to a maximum speed of 90 kmph and the normal go-karts that can go up to 75 kmph.

Operational hours: 10 AM – 10 PM

Price: RM 40 for 10 minutes (Regular), RM 80 for 10 minutes (Professional)

3. Sepang International Kart Circuit, Sepang: This is one of the best circuits to Go Kart in Malaysia if you are looking for a professional level set up. Enjoy high speed racing on this Go Kart circuit that has been designed by World famous Formula 1 track designer and a prolific racer himself, Hermann Tilke. He is also the main individual who designed the layout of the Sepang International Kart Circuit’s main track. When you are at the Go Kart track here, you will be presented with three types of karts, Series 1 for the beginner level, Series 2 for the intermediary level, and Series 3 for the Professional level.

Operational hours: Tuesday to Friday: 10am – 6pm, Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 7pm, Closed on Mondays

Price: Price ranges from RM 40 to RM 100

4. Pinnacle Kart, Subang Jaya: This is a 990 meters long track in Subang complete with sharp twists and tricky turns. If you are a thrill seeker and looking for an adrenaline rush this is what you should be trying out. At Pinnacle Kart you get to pick from two kinds of Go Karts, the Sodi RX8 series which are the newer models of go karts with an engine of 270 cc and the Birel series which are the older versions of go karts which come with an engine of 200 cc.

Operational hours: Mondays to Thursdays: 2 PM – 10 PM, Fridays: 3 PM – 10 PM, Saturdays and Sundays: 12 PM – 10 PM

Price: Price ranges between RM 30 and RM 120

5. Blastacars Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: This is an indoor Go Karting circuit which gives you the benefit of a smooth surfaced indoor track that allows easy drifting and spinning.  Go karters at varying levels of expertise can try to test their driving skills at Blastacars, Go Karting in Malaysia. Enjoy the heady sensation of drifting your vehicle and the challenges of brake control. This also gives you an opportunity to sharpen your go karting skills here. The rates here also vary according to the different levels of driving skills of individual go karters.

Operational hours: 1 PM – 10 PM (Mondays to Fridays), 10 AM – 10 PM (Saturdays and Sundays)

Price: RM 60 for 10 minutes (novice drivers), RM 90 for advanced drivers, and RM 100 for pro drivers.

6. Formula Karting, Petaling Jaya: Head to Formula Karting if the idea of high speed Go Kart in Malaysia appeals to you. The race track here gives you a selection of super-fast go karts that consist of long sweeping turns, twisty, and sharp corners along with a few straight and wide tracks neatly interspersed within themselves. It is a great place for drivers who wish to put their driving skills to test, as here one can challenge themselves in various ways, while riding on different types of routes.

Operational hours: Tuesdays to Fridays: 4 PM – 11 PM, Saturdays and Sundays: 10 AM – 11 PM, Closed on Mondays

Price: Price ranges between RM 60 and RM 180

7. Morac Adventure Park, Langkawi: Talking about Go-Karting in Malaysia will be incomplete without mentioning the Morac Adventure Park, which offers some of the amazing tracks for driving. The place has maintained international standards for their track development, decorated with adrenaline filled twists and turns. With a safe and smooth track one is sure to enjoy their ride with SODI SR4, which represents new generation go-karting style. With over 20 years of racing experience, this park has one of the best tracks in all over South East Asia. Come and enjoy with your friends and family the amazing adventure of Go Karting in Malaysia.

Operational Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 1pm-9pm

Price: RM 75

8. Sunway Lagoon Go-Kart, Selangor: Sunway Lagoon is very popular in Malaysia as it is the largest waterpark in the country that houses several other attractions as well. The Go Kart circuit here is one of its most attractive features that draws a large number of advanced level and novice drivers. Enjoy Go karting in Malaysia at the outdoor track that takes you through a maze amid a thick small forest and race around a man-made lake here. There are several Go Kart vehicles available here which are double seated and you can thus even take your little ones for a ride alongside you.

Operational hours: 10 AM – 6 PM

Price: RM 35 (Single), RM 40 (Double)

9. Blastacars Malaysia, KL: Blastacars Malaysia will give you a unique experience of Go Kart in Malaysia. It is a one of a kind leisure karting zone in Kuala Lumpur which offers visitors karts that have been specially designed in and developed in New Zealand and are particularly equipped for drifting. The indoor stadium is located on the fifth floor of Sungei Wang Plaza and boasts a 200 meters long track. They also have three distinct levels for different riders- novice, advance, and professional, the latter having access to a 390cc Honda engine. 

Operational hours: 11 AM – 10 PM

Price: RM 60 (Novice), RM 90 (Advance), RM 100 (Professional)

10. Serapi Borneo Race Track, Kuching: If you are in Sarawak, this is your best option if you are craving Go Karting in Malaysia. The outdoor circuit makes for a beautiful locale with the lofty Mount Serapai looming in the backdrop. With rolling hills and lush greenery on all sides the Serabai track is a bustling zone full of buzz, energy, and activity, a veritable oasis amid serene tranquility. This is also a popular track among professional go karters with several advance level racing like the Red Bull Go Kart Race having taken place here. 

Operational hours:
11 AM – 10 PM

Prices start at RM 25 per ride

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What is the age limitation for going go-karting in Malaysia?

To Go-Kart in Malaysia, your minimum age should be 12 years with a minimum height of 150 cm. Children who are between the age of 12 and 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Moreover, a liability waiver needs to be signed by parents or guardians for children below the age of 18. 

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What is the best time to go-kart in Malaysia?

The best time for Go Karting in Malaysia is in the morning hours around 10 AM or as soon as the circuit opens. This is because the track remains less crowded during this time and you get ample opportunity to try your skills at driving, tackling sharp twists and corners, and drifting. 

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What are the important things to remember while going to go-kart in Malaysia?

  • Do not lean towards the apex especially when you are making a turn as this tends to put more weight on your inside wheels. This will make straightening up after making a sharp turn very difficult.
  • If you are racing, try to adhere to using one pedal at a time. If you use both pedals at the same time you will face the risk of spinning and losing control.
  • Look ahead at all times as driving so close to the ground may make everything seem to move faster. Looking ahead will make things appear slower and help you make important decisions on navigation early on.

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Is there any weight limit for go karting?

Most Go Karting circuits do not put a limitation of weight, however some of them have the maximum weight limit set at 130 kg. 

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