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11 Go-Karting Tracks In Klang Valley To Pretend You’re A Professional Racer

Go-karting in Klang Valley

We can’t all be professional racecar drivers. But we can all certainly climb into a go-kart and steer them around a twisting track, at 50-80km per hour to feel that adrenaline rush in our bloodstream.

At these 11 go-karting spots in Klang Valley, you can take on technical turns at screaming velocity. These arenas have streamlined karts and professional-level tracks for you to put your foot to the pedal and rev the engine alongside your friends.

1. Freeway E-Kart, Subang Jaya

Night racing with neon lights

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freeway.ekart via Instagram

Freeway E-Kart dubs itself the biggest indoor track centre in the Bandar Sunway area. It has 80,000sqft of space, which adds up to about a combined total of 17 basketball courts, with a 620m circuit covering 25 technical turns.

Both the grown-ups and kiddos are welcomed to zoom around the circuit, with different fixed top speeds for the electric karts. This ranges from the kid-friendly Entry Level to Level 3, which has a top speed of 85km/h.

Prices start from RM65/session, with each session lasting 8 minutes. If you’re a student, you can enjoy lower rates from RM49/session.

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@freeway.ekart via Instagram

To feel like you’re part of a Tron light cycle race, opt to drop by Freeway E-Kart on a Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday night. You can experience night racing, with the barriers of the track lit up with neon lights. This night race is priced RM65/pax, and RM49/pax for students.

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Image credit: Yen Sheng Lim via Google Reviews

Address: Lot 608, Jalan Lagoon Selatan, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-12am | Sat & Sun 12pm-12am
Contact: 011-2900 0097 | Freeway E-Kart’s website

2. City Karting, Shah Alam

Karts with a top speed of 105km/h

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City Karting is a familiar name among go-karting kakis. This circuit in Shah Alam opened in 1997 – on its website, it claims to be the first outdoor go-kart track in Malaysia. It’s hosted numerous local and international races before too, so you know the track here serves quality.

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You’ll be zooming down a 1.16km track with 12 turns, on regular karts (RM50/10 minutes) with a top speed of 70km/h. For those with a serious need for speed, there are racing karts (RM100/10 minutes) that let you blaze the arena at up to 105km/h.

For 4-15-year-old racers, and those with zero go-karting experience, there’ll be friendly workers to accompany you in the double-seater kart (RM60/10 minutes) so no one in your crew will be left out of the fun.

Address: Go Kart Circuit, Western 5, Seksyen 13, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor
Opening hours: Mon 10am-7pm | Tue-Fri 10am-10pm | Sat & Sun 9am-10pm
Contact: 017-387 5868 | City Karting’s website

3. Evolt Karting, Shah Alam

F1-level professional karts

Evolt Karting

Though a newer kid on the block, Evolt Karting has quickly become a go-to karting spot for racers, thanks to its impressive 600m track with 24 turns. Not to mention, it offers F1-level Pro (RM100/pax) electric karts with an impressive top speed of 90km/h.

Do note that to ride these speedy e-karts, you’ll have to first conquer the track with a lap time of 42.0s in the Advance (RM85/pax) kart, which has a top speed of 70km/h.

Evolt Karting - race

For first-timers and kiddos who prefer to cruise on the circuit, the Novice (RM70/pax) and Junior (RM35/pax) karts will be right up your alley. There’s also the affordable Mini (RM25/pax) karts, suitable for both adults and kids. It can seat two racers. Each session has a duration of 8 minutes.

Evolt Karting also provides go-karting essentials, such as balaclava (RM5), gloves (RM5), and suits (RM15). Do note that wearing a balaclava is required to ride the karts here.

Address: Subang Kampung Baru, PT3779, Jalan 4D, Seksyen U6, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-12am | Sat & Sun 12pm-12am
Contact: 012-648 8064 | Evolt Karting’s website

4. Go-Kart BTSKL, Kuala Lumpur

Beginner-friendly go-karts

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When it comes to nostalgic hangout spots, it doesn’t get as familiar as Berjaya Times Square for KL folks. Besides the indoor rollercoaster and arcade at the mall, there’s an underground racing track to check out with your friends – Go-Kart BTSKL.

Located in the mall’s car park, this go-karting spot is beginner-friendly, with electric karts that go at leisurely speeds. You’ll be racing them on a track illuminated with neon lights, which will make you feel like you’re in an old-school arcade racing game.

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Image credit: @gokartbtskl via Instagram

There are two types of go-karts to choose from – the Basic Kit, which goes at 20km/h, and the slightly faster Pro Kit at 40km/h. Each 10-minute session on either kart is priced RM40/pax.

Address: Basement 3 Carpark, Berjaya Times Square, No.1 Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, WPKL
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-8pm | Sat & Sun 11am-8pm
Contact: 018-233 1088 | Go-Kart BTSKL’s Instagram

5. RUD Karting, Sepang

Race on Sepang International Circuit

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Image credit: RUD Karting Sepang via Facebook

To truly feel like a professional racecar driver, take your go-karting sessions to RUD Karting’s outlet in Sepang. You’ll be racing go-karts on the iconic Sepang International Circuit itself, a motorsport race track that has been the host to international racing events in Asia.

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Image credit: RUD Karting Sepang via Facebook

Your race will take place on the whopping 1,300m circuit with 12 turns. Whether you’re an experienced or first-time racer, you can begin your racing journey on the B-Stage 2 (RM95/pax) kart with 10hp. Else, opt for the speedier 4T Super Kart (RM180/pax) with 15hp. Each session here lasts 12 minutes.

Address: Sepang International Circuit, Jalan Pekeliling, 64000 Sepang, Selangor
Opening hours: 10am-12am, Daily
Contact: 012-755 5732 | RUD Sepang’s Instagram

6. Morac Go Kart Track, Petaling Jaya

Located just next to 1 Utama Shopping Centre

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Image credit: Morac Go Kart Track 1 Utama via Google Reviews

Beyond just shopping at the popular 1 Utama Shopping Centre, you can race your friends at Morac Go Kart Track. Its 400m track is located in the outdoor parking area of the mall, just next to the parking bays.

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Image credit: Dinesh Krishnan via Google Reviews

There are two top-grade SODIKART go-karts: the singer-seater RT10 (RM85/10 minutes) and double-seater 2Drive (RM140/10 minutes), with top speeds of up to 55km/h. There’s no age limit to ride these karts, but you’ll need to be over 150cm to operate the RT10 and over 110cm for the 2Drive.

Some perks provided to all racers are free-to-borrow shoes as covered footwear is required to race, as well as free-flow Pepsi for every session.

Address: Lot 60947, 1 Utama Shopping Centre, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12pm-10pm | Fri 2pm-12am | Sat & Sun 12pm-12am
Contact: 011-2570 7005 | Morac Go Kart Track’s website

7. TraXion Karting, Petaling Jaya

Additional 15-minute ride for free on Mondays

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Image credit: X Park Sunway Serene

TraXion Karting at X Park Sunway Serene is said to be one of the biggest indoor karting arenas in the Kelana Jaya area. So while the park is best known as an adventure sports hub for a family-fun day or a team-bonding cohesion, it’s their go-karting zone that adrenaline junkies beeline for.

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Their race 228.6m track will leave you feeling exhilarated with its challenging turns, and high speed corners that’ll take you and your friends by surprise.

As for your ride, there are three types of karts with different speed levels – Kiddie (RM35/pax), Fast (RM70/pax), and Double (RM70) karts.

Each race per session is 10 minutes, but specifically on Mondays to help patrons beat those pesky Monday blues, TraXion Karting lets you speed around the track for an extra 15 minutes with no additional changes. This is applicable to those opting for single sessions and the fast karts.

Address: Lot No.1, Jalan SS8/6, Sungai Way Free Trade Industrial Zone, 47300, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-12am | Sat & Sun 10am-12am
Contact: 012-973 6300 | TraXion Karting’s website

8. Blastacars, Kuala Lumpur

Buy-3-free-1 race sessions

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If one racing session isn’t enough to satisfy you, then Blastacars will be perfect for you. This indoor go-karting spot with two tracks in the car park area of Sungei Wang Plaza has bundle deals – purchase three sessions, and you’ll get the fourth one for free.

It’s also become a popular spot for go-karting in recent days – American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish dropped by this spot during her tour in Malaysia.

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You can get a pretty neat view of the KL Tower from here.
Image credit: Bob Fang via Google Reviews

If drifting gives you an adrenaline kick, Blastacars offers custom-made drift karts that let racers drift like they’re in Fast & Furious. You’ll even get to join up to eight other racers on its 200m track.

As for speed, there are three classic levels – kids (RM60/pax), advance (RM90/pax), and pro (RM100/pax).

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If you want to race with their pro-speed kart, which has a top speed of 112km/h, you’ll need to show your skill to the staff by racing with their advance speed kart at 80km/h. When the staff thinks you’re fit, you will earn a black card license that allows you to race among the pros.

Address: 5th floor, Sungei Wang Plaza 111, Jalan Sultan Ismail Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, WPKL
Opening hours: 11am-8pm, Daily
Contact: 019-934 1349 | Blastacars’ website 

9. Lalaspeed E Kart Raceway, Kuala Lumpur

Go-karting on the rooftop of a mall

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Image credit: @lalaspeed_ekartraceway via Instagram

The first of its kind in Kuala Lumpur, Lalaspeed E Kart Raceway offers speed-demons an outdoor go-karting experience on the rooftop of LaLaport BBCC. This racing venue overlooks KL’s skyline, with an unblocked view of the towering Merdeka 118 building right from the track.

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There are two modes available – novice mode (RM58/pax) for 7-15 years old, and race mode (RM68/pax) for 16-year-olds and above.

Though the circuit here may not be as lengthy as the others on this list, each session lasts 10 minutes, which lets you race multiple laps to see who the real racing champ is in your group.

Address: Lot L5-AP-01b, Level 5 LaLaport, Bukit Bintang City Centre, No.2, Jalan Hang Tuah, 55100, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am-10pm | Sat & Sun 11am-10pm
Contact: 03-2731 3555 | LaLaspeed E Kart Raceway’s Instagram

10. Formula Karting, Petaling Jaya

Mini Grand Prix for groups

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Another arena on this list that’s situated inside a mall is Formula Karting – the Encorp Strand Mall in Petaling Jaya, to be precise. You’ll feel just like Lewis Hamilton when you compete against your friends on their 500m track with 22 technical turns.

There’s also Grand Prix 1 (RM160/pax), with a minimum of five pax, that lets you race your friends, with a 10-minute qualifying lap followed by at a 15-lap final race.

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Image adapted from: via Instagram

Kids aged 10 years old and above, with a minimum height of 140cm, are allowed to ride their karts. Each 10-minute session is priced from RM60/pax. If you’re opting for three sessions, there’s a slightly lower fee of RM160/pax.

They have racing gear rentals as these are required for each ride, such as balaclava (RM8) and gloves (RM3) – or you can choose their bundle pack (RM10) comprising both balaclava and gloves.

Address: Level 5, Encorp Strand Mall, Jalan PJU 5/22, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 3pm-10pm | Sat & Sun 10am-10pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: 018-318 7705

11. MYKART Raceway, Petaling Jaya

Three different tracks for all skill levels

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Image credit: Ivan Q via Google Reviews

Featuring not one but three racing tracks is MYKART Raceway. This go-karting spot is located in the car park of Petaling Jay’s Tropicana Gardens Mall, with tracks catered to the types of go-kart it offers.

There’s the 105m Mini Track with 7 turns; 260m Junior/Double Track with 12 bends; and 600m Advanced Track with 19 corners. For even more thrills, MYKART Raceway has a new 845m Mega Track that’s currently on trial.

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Image credit: Tropicana Gardens Mall

As for karts, there are four types available – advanced (from RM75), junior (from RM65), double seater (from RM130), or mini (from RM40). Each session has a duration of 10 minutes, with different weekday and weekend rates.

You can bring your own, or buy balaclava (RM7), gloves (RM5), and socks (RM5) if you left them at home.

Address: B4-GK-01, Basement 4, Tropicana Gardens Mall, No. 2A Persiaran Surian, Tropicana Indah, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 12:30pm-10pm | Fri 3:30pm-12am | Sat & Sun 10am-12am
Contact: 016-902 2988 | MYKART Raceway’s website

Unleash your inner racer at these go-karting spots in Klang Valley

Whether you’re an experienced racer or a thrill-seeker looking to try something new, Malaysia’s go-karting venues offer the perfect mix of thrills and speed.

So, strap in, hit the accelerator, and get ready for an adrenaline-fueled journey at these go-karting spots in Klang Valley.

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Cover image adapted from: @freeway.ekart via Instagram, @joshua_powered via Instagram, @foodilifecious via Instagram, @foodmsia via Instagram