Putrajaya Lake Club or Kelab Tasik Putrajaya: part 1

November 4, 2009 at 6:03 am Leave a comment

Putrajaya Lake Club or Kelab Tasik Putrajaya is a good place to spend half a day or so during your weekends with your family. This club is located at Precint 8 in a slide valley with small hills flanking it. This ideal location is a good place to enjoy your meal at the restaurant or cafe within the club. You will be able to see the tranquil and clean Putrajaya Lake as you dine here. The bridge, the Prime Minister Office and Putrajaya Mosque are some of the landmarks that you can observe from here.

Kelab Tasik Putrajaya

Kelab Tasik Putrajaya

Some of the facilities provided here are..

Watersports Facilities

If you are into watersports, you will be able to rent the clubhouse facilities such as the canoes, the kayaks and a wide range of boats. Changing rooms and safety jackets are also available here. There is also a rowing simulator for you to practice before going out to the lake. This simulator is placed 2 feet beneath the water where you can do your rowing to gain confidence before renting the “real” boats. The renting of the single leisure kayak is RM10 per hour, RM20/hour for a Canadian Canoe, RM10/hour for a polo kayak, RM10/hour for a Walker Bay Fun Dinghy and RM5/hour for an Indoor Rower. Members of the club are offered 50% discount for the renting of all the equipments.

Kelab Tasik Putrajaya

Kelab Tasik Putrajaya

Samudera Restaurant & Putra Klasik Cafe

This air-conditioned restaurant is located on the Ground Floor of the Club. It serves authentic western, chinese, Malay and Indian cuisines. Some of the signature dishes are the baked cheese-topping fish and lamb steaks. During lunch hours, ministers and VIPs can be seen here having their favourite dishes. The Putrajaya Lake Club is a good venue to bring your guests to savour the best dishes of Malaysian cuisines.

The Putra Klasik Cafe is located just outside the Samudera Restaurant. It is an open air cafe with large receptions that can cater for up to 60 guests.

Typical lattes, Italian beverages and smoothies are served here. As the weather can be quite hot and humid during the day time, having your meal at the cafe in the evening will be a better choice.


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