This is a newly-built skate park situated in Putrajaya, one of the capital cities in Malaysia. Me and my friends went there before and we found that this place was extraordinary. you will not believe your eyes seeing those structures and pieces. For me this is one of the best skate park in Malaysia. But for now, it is still not in use as it is still under renovation but skaters do skate here at their own risk. If you are lucky enough you can watch skaters in action. This spot sometimes will be very hot. So bring along an umbrella. When you arrived there, take a look at the sky. You will not believe the clouds unless the day is cloudy. Do be aware of nails and rough woods as they might harm. All of it spilled everywhere.
It is recommended for you to wear shoes and if you think you want to get in action, do bring along your skateboard too. I believe you will be very satisfied with this spot. Getting there is very easy. You just need to get yourself to KL Central and buy an ERL ticket to Putrajaya or get a bus to Putrajaya Central. From there, you can just get a cab. Have a nice try!
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