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Putrajaya Water Sports Complex (KOSA)    

  Kompleks Sukan Air Presint 6, Presint 6, 62000, Putrajaya, Putrajaya | Visit Website |   03-8881 0648
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4.2   (1,781)


Putrajaya’s Water Sports Complex (KOSA, Kompleks Sukan Air Putrajaya) brings water sports into the long list of attractions in Putrajaya. It houses an outdoor Olympic size outdoor pool and multiple other pools - including an indoor pool.

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What to Expect?

Apart from swimming, the complex is also the venue for water sports that offers support services to cater to a wide range of such events: from rowing and paddling activities to waterskiing and wakeboarding. KOSA brings water sports to the heart of the capital.

Purpose-built to support the development of water sports in the country, KOSA was incorporated into the administrative capital’s masterplan and has, therefore, been part of the city right from the start.
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 Address:   Kompleks Sukan Air Presint 6, Presint 6, 62000, Putrajaya, Putrajaya

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03-8881 0648

  Reviews 4.2   (1,781)
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    Sophea Ansari

    4 weeks ago

    Peaceful place to relax. Bring picnic mat or camping chair.

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    Zakaria Sidek

    3 months ago

    a complex consisting a nice swimming pool and its usual facilities such as toilet and shower and a complex for open water lake sports such as boating, rowing and water ski. The highlight is the grandstand for watching these sports. Parking can be quite limited during events but on the street parking is possible

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    Bob Faizeli

    4 months ago

    An excellent venue for water sports. Internationally recognized as the best water sports venue in the South East Asia.

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    8 months ago

    My first visit to this area.. from a far very impressive (maybe true also when it’s first opened) but upon close observation i discover there is lack of maintenance.. to ensure a successful public facilities, upkeeping of park and recreation requires PASSION and PATIENCE.. not just simply do the job for a salary..

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    a week ago

    I go there frequently. I like it. Fee is just RM3. The pool is 50x20m I think. Great for training (but there's a few cracks on the floor). The lifeguard is super friendly and open to give tips for swimming. If you want to have fun splashing water with your kids or friends, stay at the side. Or go to the children's pool next to it. Or go to Marina. For those who come to train/practice, use the middle lanes.

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