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Salak Tinggi is the capital of Sepang district in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. It has a suburb called Kota Warisan to the west, which is home to the Salak Tinggi Station where the KLIA Transit Express Rail Link (ERL) from KLIA to KL Sentral stops every half-hourly. Salak Tinggi is also known as the Airport City.
There is a Pos Malaysia post office in Salak Tinggi as well as a recently-opened Pejabat Pos Mini Kota Warisan located at Wisma Azlan, 6 Jalan Airport City 2, Airport City Business Centre. As Kota Warisan is the nearest housing estate to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, its residents comprise of mainly airport ground staff and airline crew, who find the proximity to the Salak Tinggi Station a great boon for commuting to work.
About Salak Tinggi Town
A visit there will see city folks charmed by such a small town with two bridges welcoming visitors at the township's entrance.
One landmark is the Empress Hotel, which is the tallest building in the area, and located in the town centre.
In the town centre, visitors will also notice a small bus/taxi terminal as well as the Medan Selera Majlis Daerah Sepang near Taman Anggerik.
Two mosques can be found in the area with the Masjid Sultan Hisamuddin catering to Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi residents and the Masjid KLIA catering to those living near the airport or the circuit.
The township does not offer much but it is a popular stop over for those on their way to Nilai using the trunk road, especially if they're looking for some food.
Salak Tinggi is inundated annually by motorsports fans when it hosts the Formula-1 Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC).
The recently-opened Transit Service Centre budget hotel at the Airport City Business Centre is becoming increasingly popular due its proximity to the KLIA and LCCT airports (15 minutes drive away) and is beside the Salak Tinggi ERL Station where there is a twice-hourly KLIA Transit service to KLIA and KL Sentral (Central transportation hub in Kuala Lumpur city).
The Transit Service Centre budget hotel (Tel: 603-87064088) is very popular with the Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) passengers who are generally more price-sensitive and provides free transfer to the airport.