The final stage of Tour de Langkawi 2023 begins in the modern township of Setia Alam, and will take place completely in the Klang Valley, in the state of Selangor and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. Both the categorised climbs of the day will take place before the three intermediate sprints, making it an interesting situation for the sprinters looking to lock in the final sprint points of the Tour. The roads will be wide for most of the stage and should allow for a high rate of speed as the peloton arrives at the Middle Ring Road. The final 5 kilometres are flat and straight, setting up what should be an exciting bunch finish of under the shadows of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers.