Taman Wetland Putrajaya (Wetlands Park)

Taman Wetland Putrajaya is a premier eco-tourism park and an oasis of tranquility filled with wondrous flora, fauna and natural wildlife.

Friendly storks, ducks and geese at Putrajaya Wetlands Park.


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Putrajaya Wetlands Park, Persiaran Persekutuan, Presint 13, 62000 Putrajaya

Beyond the administrative facade of Malaysia’s third federal territory lies Taman Wetland Putrajaya, the largest man-made freshwater wetlands in Malaysia and the tropics.

The wetlands perform an important ecological role, functioning as the kidneys of Putrajaya. They ensure harmony and balance in the ecosystem through natural filtration of sediments, nutrients and contaminants from the 2 main rivers that flow into Putrajaya Lake, namely Sungai Chua and Sungai Bisa.

Facilities and things to do at Putrajaya Wetlands Park include:

  • Nature Appreciation Center – interactive exhibits and guided tours that inform and educate visitors on the functions and importance of wetlands.
  • Jogging and cycling tracks
  • Lake Recreational Centre (Pusat Rekreasi Air) – Adjacent to the main park, this is where visitors may enjoy boating, kayaking and canoeing. Fishing enthusiasts will find scenic spots to catch an array of freshwater fish found here.
  • Camping and picnic sites
  • Observation towers
  • Flamingo Pond – also houses storks, swans and geese
  • Buggy and tram rental
  • Cafe and BBQ pits
  • Venue rental for functions and events

The park was officiated by Tun Mahathir Mohamad on 2 February 2001, the 30th anniversary of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance.

24 species of local freshwater fish have been released in the wetland cells including jellyfish, catfish, pelaga (betta fish), eel, temakang (kissing gourami), and belida (chitala).

Over 70 species of plants at the 24 wetland cells or pockets here act as a natural filtration system for the habitat that is home to various aquatic animals birds, fish, insects and mammals, making it perfect for exploration, camping and outdoor activities.

Price/entrance fees

Entry to Taman Wetland Putrajaya is free. However, separate charges apply depending on activity.


CategoryPrice (RM)
Individual25.00 / Pax (72 hours)
Group (Min. 20 pax)20.00 / Pax (72 hours)

Tram services

    Operation time : 9.30 am / 11.30 am / 3.00 pm / 4.00 pm

MyKadNon My-Kad
Adult : RM5.00

 : RM4.00
Adult : RM7.00

 : RM6.00

Bicycle rental

MyKadNon My-Kad
Tuesday – Thursday :
RM8.00 (Single)
RM9.00 (Single + Baby Carrier)

Weekends & public holidays
RM10.00 (Single)
RM12.00 (Single + Baby Carrier)
Tuesday – Thursday  :
RM10.00 (Single)
RM12.00 (Single + Baby Carrier)

Weekends & public holidays
RM12.00 (Single)
RM14.00 (Single + Baby Carrier)

Boating and fishing

CanoeTwo SeatersMonday-Friday  RM 8.00 / hr  Sat./Sunday/Public Holidays RM 8.00 / 30 minutes 
KayakTwo SeatersMonday-Friday  RM 8.00 / hr  Sat./Sunday/Public Holidays  RM 8.00 / 30 minutes 
Rowing boatThree seaters  for fishingMonday-Friday  RM 8.00 / 30 minutes Sat./Sunday/Public Holidays  RM 15.00 / 30 minutes RM 20.00 / hour, RM 10.00 / subsequent hour 
Paddle boatThree seaters or five seatersMonday-Friday  RM 9.00 / 30 minutes or RM 16.00 / 30 minutes  Sat./Sunday/Public Holidays  RM 10.00 / 30 minutes or RM 18.00 / 30 minutes

Guided tours

AdultChild/ Student
RM5.00 RM3.00 

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Opening hours

The park itself is open daily from 7.00am – 7.00pm.

The Lake Recreational centre opens daily from 10am – 6pm, weekends from 10am – 7pm (closed on Monday except Public Holidays).

The Nature Appreciation Centre is open from 10am – 6pm (Tuesday – Saturday), 10am – 7pm (Sunday, Public Holidays and School Holidays, closed on Monday except Public Holidays)


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How to get to Taman Wetland Putrajaya

The Putrajaya Wetlands Park is located in Presint 16 of Putrajaya.

By Bus

By Train


    • Vicky chan on April 28, 2022 at 10:48 am
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    Hello my name is vicky and I Wud like to know if the taman wetlands park in putrajaya is open to visitors? I would like to visit on 30 April

    • Joanne Lee on June 19, 2023 at 10:00 am
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    Hi,My name is Joanne here. I would like to know how to booking The garden Semarak field for my Kindergarten sportday event on 27th August. Thanks

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