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4.6   (970)


Putrajaya Challenge Park or Taman Cabaran is a 30 hectare park in Precinct 5 managed by Perbadanan Putrajaya. This section houses a skatepark, and thrilling jungle trails and courses for Mountain bike.

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What to Expect?

PCP is a special building with bowl sliding arena of 2,600 square metres that consists of 3 curved bowls known as hips, spine and street spine. The Extreme Sport Facilities (Sliding Sport) has also included 2 extreme sport facilities.

Skate Park

This park was built near to the sliding sport arena that has pump track, dirt jump with north shore element and slope style jump.

This smooth contoured concrete surface has been specially designed to provide fun and thrills for skateboarders, inline skaters / roller blading and BMX bikers and stunt riders.

Bike hire is available.

Mountain Bike Thrill

The remainder of the 30 hectare park is given over to customised terrain mountain bike trails. There are 9.1km of challenging MTB trail, tracking along ridges, up switchbacks and down steep hills through this former rubber and palm oil forest. Enthusiasts have rated the trail 'very technical and considered the best in Asia'.

This route was built in the Challenge Park's top and hill slope in rubber estate and palm oil plantation, it has various level of obstruction such as core trail loop, XC loop, downhill, downhill fun ride, free cross and slope style line.

The trails are graded easy, moderate and difficult and include:

  • Core trail loop

  • XC loop

  • Downhill

  • Downhill fun ride

  • Free cross

  • Slope style line

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 Address:   Jalan P5, Presint 5, 62200, Putrajaya, Putrajaya

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03-8887 7000

Everyday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  Reviews 4.6   (970)
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    k h

    2 weeks ago

    Kids to pro play surf skateboard here.
    Everyone is friendly. Early morning is cooler and lesser people.
    There is a big bowl which I would love to play in the future ?

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    Ho Pooi Yee

    2 months ago

    Dropped by this park wrongly as looking for climbing park. There is a big flat compound for practising skating and skateboarding before another compound to test our your skill and your capabilities. No entrance fee needed, bring your own tools as the place only got an office and two toilets. Skateboarding class available with enquiry. This park is available for mountain biking but not sure if different sites or sharing the skateboarding compound. It is wonderful experience if you just sit and enjoy seeing how the kids and teen-age mastering the skill.

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    Colin Thong

    3 months ago

    Rated as one of the best in Asia, so we had to pay a visit. Parking was easy. Well designed. A wide flat open space on the left with a raised viewing gallery. And on the right a lovely muti-terraced skate/roller/bmx rink. Lots of curves, flats, bowls ans rises. Surface is textured so there's grip even after a light drizzle. Toilets on-site. This park also leads to a mountain biking/bmx dirt bike track on a hill behind. There's a bay where you can hose-down after ride. Be sure to bring your own drinking water and kit-up appropriately - a helmet, open finger gloves and long trousers and sleeves are recommended. Lots of skateboard enthusiasts here showing the ropes to others or their grooves. Great fun!

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    Muhammad M.T.

    4 months ago

    Great facilities for skating, rollerblading & mountain biking.

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    4 months ago

    Well maintained, free place to skate.

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