Man and nature, side by side. That is the best words to describe Putrajaya Wetlands the first constructed freshwater wetland and deemed to be the largest in the tropics.
Putrajaya Wetland Park in Putrajaya, Malaysia is considered to be the largest freshwater wetland in the tropics. This is Malaysia's first man-made wetland, including Wetland Park (138 hectares) and wetland area (1977 hectares). The Putrajaya wetland consists of 24 wetland cells, the Taman Wetland and other wetland areas. Wetlands are now also a wildlife sanctuary that attracts a wide variety of animals to land - aquatic wetlands.
There are several local swamp birds and waterfowl, including small egrets, small green egrets and cinnamon brine, as well as migratory birds in the northern hemisphere, all found there. Binoculars will be used to watch birds. Visitors can also walk leisurely, jogging along the bike path or riding a bike.