The 23-acre park, Gamuda Land’s Discovery Park officially opened on Jan 17, 2020.
Discovery Park at Gamuda Cove sets to offer exciting and unique experience through two recreational zones which is Adventure Park and Hangout Village.
Main attractions here is
Cove aerobar – A revolutionary concept to enjoy a unique peek into the entire development of Discovery Park from the top of this remarkable 40 metre structure on the sky.
Blastacars drift karts – offer the adrenaline of motorsports and drifting for everyone to try!
ArcHIVE – a space for collection of items of yesteryear; the inspiration for our Food and Crafts ArcHIVE. It offers a dining experience like no other, serving dishes with local and international flavours.
Cykel & cyclist – bycycle rental & trail
Goosebumps ropes course – Standing 16m high and 20m in diameter, this solid structure is built with 57 climbing elements including a giant swing, abseiling and even an event platform at the top.
ATV rental & track
Barsa pool club
Discovert Wetlands Centre – Discovery Wetlands is a sanctuary to wildlife like crocodiles and hippopotamus. Explore attractions and activities such as bird watching, fishing, boat cruise, hot air balloon and many more.
Price: Tickets & Rental
Next in the pipeline for Gamuda Cove is the water theme park to open by 2022 to complement Discovery Park.
The 1,530-acre Gamuda Cove is located along the North-South Expressway Central Link (ELITE), bordered by the 7,600-acre Kuala Langat forest reserve and 1,111-acre Paya Indah Wetlands.
It is easily accessible via ELITE, the South Klang Valley Expressway, Maju Expressway, Damansara-Puchong Expressway, Shah Alam Expressway and Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway. It is also close to Kuala Lumpur International Airport and klia2.
Gamuda Land (T12) Sdn Bhd Discovery Park, Persiaran Cove Sentral, Bandar Gamuda Cove, 42700 Banting, Selangor Darul Ehsan
It’s OFFICIAL! #myballoonfiesta returns for the 11th year this March 2020 at Putrajaya. Mark your calendars and start booking your holiday. 19-22 March, be at Putrajaya and let us bring you and your family up and above, and awe you with lots of balloon fun
In case you’re wondering, here’s the ticketing schedule for this year’s #myballoonfiesta. The event is FREE. But there will be charges on some activities
Name of Event: Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2020 Venue: Near Alaf Baru Monument, Precinct 2 Putrajaya Date: 19th – 22nd March 2020 Time: 7.00am and end around 9.30pm
Hot Air Ballon Putrajaya 2020 Tickets Price Information
The highlight of the fiesta and crowd favourite Night Glow will make a comeback this year, with a big surprise in store for visitors.
Happening only on Saturday and Sunday evening
Entitled to two programs which is the : Evening display from 6 PM – 7 PM and Night Glow Show & Fireworks from 8.30 PM – 9.30 PM.
No charges for kids below 4 years old.
Enjoy the experience to be lifted off from the ground up to 60 ft high between 5 – 7 minutes.
Each basket slot can carry up to 2 to 4 passengers as long as the accumulative weight does not exceed 240 kg.
Morning session begins from 7 AM – 10 AM
Evening session begins from 6 PM – 9 PM.
Minimum height is 4 ft.
Besides hot air balloon rides, there are also other activities to make this an interesting affair to attend, including various food trucks, cultural performances, balloon workshops, and an evening balloon with fireworks display.
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Temple of Supreme Bliss in the Hokkien dialect, Kek Lok Si Temple is a crowd puller and famous tourist’s attraction during the CNY. Annual display lighting showcases more than 10,000 lights. It is believed this act of faith will bring them peace, luck and prosperity.
The glowing tradition which was considered one of the major events during Lunar New Year was to attract thousands of visitors yearly.
On Chinese New Year’s Eve on Feb, the 126-year-old monastery will be illuminated all the way up to the 33.6m-tall Kuan Yin statue and pavilion. From Jan 19 till Feb 21 2020. The temple will be open to the public from 7am until midnight. Usual Kek Lok Si Temple opening hours are from 8.30am to 5.30pm.
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The Penang Hot Air Balloon Fiesta will see 15 hot air balloons by international and local balloonists over the 2-day festival, together with family-friendly activities, creative workshops and many more.
Event Date: 1 Feb 2020 – 2 Feb 2020 (Saturday – Sunday)
Time: 7.00 am – 9.30 pm
Location: Padang Polo, George Town, 10450, Pulau Pinang.
The event is FREE. However, there will be charges for certain activities, as follows:
Tethered Balloon Ride : RM50
Cold Inflation : RM5
On both days, three tethered balloons are open for rides to the public at RM50 per person while cold inflation (where anyone can walk into a balloon envelope that’s filled with cold air as it lies on the ground) is RM5 per person.
There will be two tethered balloon ride sessions a day. Tethered balloon ride is chargeable at RM50 per person on first-come first-served basis. Tickets are limited to the first 150 persons (with numbered tags) in the queue and there will only be one ticket sold to each person. Numbered tags will be given out 30 minutes prior to the opening of the ticket counter. Tethered ride ticketing details are as follows:
Ticket Counter Operating Times:
7.15am [tickets sold only for morning session]
5.45pm [tickets sold only for evening session]
Tickets sold each day will be applicable for the particular day only, e.g. purchase of tickets on 1 Feb can only be used on the same day for the specific morning or evening session.
Children below 4ft are prohibited to ride the balloon due to safety reasons.
Tethered rides are subject to weather conditions.
Should weather conditions prohibit the ride, visitors can claim a full refund from the ticket counter within 3 hours of ticket purchase.
Safety is utmost priority, however passengers are to ride at their own risk.
Appropriate clothing is advised such as pants or shorts for the ride.
This park-and-ride facility is managed by a subsidiary of PPJ. The current charge for covered car park is RM2 per entry from 6am to 12 midnight. Vehicles that exceed this time period will be charged an additional fee. Motorists who park their cars here can enjoy free bus rides on the Nadi Putra buses.
It is the most convenient and cheap option for travellers to park and ride, and get to the airport and back without a hassle.
Located in Precinct 7 near Putrajaya Hospital, Putrajaya Sentral serves as the transportation hub for Putrajaya, and its surrounding communities in Cyberjaya, Dengkil and Puchong
Day Shift (6am – 12am)
Night Shift (12am – 6am)
1- 5 days
RM2 / shift
RM4 / shift
RM2 / shift
RM4 / shift
10- 14 days
RM2 / shift
RM4 / shift
New rates effective from January 2016. Maximum parking period is 14 days. Parking charges subjected to changes. Please check with Perbadanan Putrajaya for further details and terms & conditions.
Is it safe to park my car at the station?
The security within and around Putrajaya Sentral is under the jurisdiction of Perbadanan Putrajaya. Car owners park their vehicles at their own risk. ERL is not responsible for any damage to the parked vehicles or theft.
Facilities and services available at Putrajaya Sentral include:
Free shuttle service to Putrajaya Hospital, and soon to the National Cancer Institute.
Park N Ride facilities with affordable parking rates. The multi-level car park building has 1,407 parking bays. The parking rate is RM2 per day (6am to midnight) and RM2 overnight surcharge (midnight to 6am).
There are also outdoor parking facilities, with more than 600 bays in total at the open space in front of Putrajaya Sentral’s main entrance and next to the bus terminal.
Unlimited one-day bus ride aboard Nadi Putra buses for Park N Ride users using their Park N Ride card. Regular Nadi Putra bus users would pay 50 sen per trip.
Special rates for Express Rail Link (ERL) train fare to encourage civil servants and the public to take the ERL when commuting from KL Sentral to Putrajaya. A one-way ERL train fare from KL Sentral to Putrajaya costs RM9.50; a return trip costs RM19.
There are also special rates for users heading to and from the airports in Sepang. A one-way ERL fare from Putrajaya to KLIA costs RM6.20; a return trip costs RM12.40. A one-way fare via ERL train and shuttle bus from Putrajaya to LCCT via Salak Tinggi costs RM5.50.
Seven food and beverage outlets, 11 kiosks selling souvenirs, a bus travel agency and a convenience store.