Cruise Tasik Putrajaya

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About Cruise Tasik Putrajaya

CTP has hosted visitors since its official launch on 30 August 2003 by then Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad. As the sole cruise service provider in Putrajaya, CTP serves to complement the city’s tourism appeal, allowing visitors to see and marvel at the stunning sights and more than 20 Putrajaya landmarks from a unique perspective. Set sail with us and enjoy the magnificent view that includes the iconic Putra Mosque, Seri Wawasan Bridge and Perdana Putra (Prime Minister’s office). We offer sightseeing tours on board our traditional handcrafted perahu (gondola) as well as air-conditioned cruise boats with dining option. Apart from the regular boat tours, private boat charter and venue rental are also available.

Our Fleet

Cruise Tasik Putrajaya owns various types of boats to cater to different cuising needs of our guests. Choose from our modern and luxurious air- conditioned cruise boats, or our beautiful traditional handcrafted boats.

Air-Conditioned Cruise Boats

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Our boats are specifically designed and built with wraparound windows arching from armrest level to the ceiling, allowing passengers clear and unobstructed view of the lake in luxurious comfort. As the boat cruises past the many stunning Putrajaya landmarks, you are welcome to hop over to the decks and feel the wind brush against your face

Double Deck (Sebarau & Kelah) :
Capacity : 120 pax seated or 60 pax for dining
Single Deck (Belimbing & Daun) :
Capacity : 76 pax seated or 30 pax for dining



Traditional Boats

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Perahu Dondang Sayang
(Boat Name: Payang & Kolek)

For a more personal and nostalgic trip down memory lane, experience Putrajaya from genuine replicas of the local Malay traditional perahu or wooden gondola-like vessels, all intricately crafted and made in the state of Terengganu. Our Dondang Sayang boat is able to seat up to 6 people.



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Lepa-Lepa

Lepa-lepa is the traditional single-mast sailing boats of the Sea Bajau people; gypsies of the sea who lives off the east coast of Semporna, Sabah. Now you do not have to go to faraway Semporna to experience sailing on board the unique Lepa-lepa. Grab this opportunity to sail along Putrajaya Lake with us! Our beautifully decorated Lepa-lepa is able to accommodate up to 12 people at one time.



Cruising Map

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How To Get Here

Putrajaya is easily accessible from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur City Centre. To board our cruise, make your way to Dataran Putra; the biggest square near Putra Mosque and Prime Minister’s Office. Walk down the steps from Dataran Putra and follow the Cruise Tasik signages. You should be able to reach our jetty in less than 5 minutes. Our ticketing counter is located at Putra Jetty, underneath Putra Bridge

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