The Putrajaya Lake, located right at the heart of city, is one of the biggest man-made lakes of Malaysia. Spanning across a huge area of 650 hectares, it is popular the water sports, and recreational activities.
The main function of the pristine Putrajaya Lake is to act as a natural cooling system to this region, especially during the drier and more humid months of the year. It also enables a greater trade route by connecting various neighbouring cities to Putrajaya. The famous Putra Mosque and Millenium Monument are located on its shores.
Over the years, the Putrajaya Lake has served as an important center for many international water sporting activities starting from the F1 Powerboat World Championship in 2004, the 2005 Asian Canoeing Championship followed by the Red Bull Air Races in 2014 and the SEA Games - 29 in 2017. This beautifully planned lake has truly emerged as the pride of the city.