Taman Equestrian Putrajaya | Malaysia

Taman Ekuestrian Putrajaya was established in 2006 and inaugurated by Malaysia’s 4th Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Bin Mohamad. The main objective of its establishment is to promote equestrian sports among Malaysian as well as an ideal quick gateway destination from the city hassles. Inspired by the garden city concept, Taman Ekuestrian Putrajaya (TEP) is a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of Malaysia's administrative capital.
The 70-acre equestrian park was inspired by Putrajaya’s garden city concept and it is located at Precinct 5 and flanked by the beautiful Putrajaya’s manmade lake. The equestrian park is owned by Perbadanan Putrajaya, offering a line-up of top notch equestrian facilities and services on par with other renowned equestrian parks. Also, TEP has a 200m x 300m international standard polo field as well as the 100m x 175m equestrian field (arena) with excellent drainage system.
In line with its objectives, TEP also offers activities such as riding lessons, outride, easy ride and joyride coupled with escorted hacking and private photoshoot sessions with the beautiful horses.
Apart from equestrian, Taman Ekuestrian Putrajaya (TEP) is a renowned one stop lifestyle hub where gatherings can be held at Rallegra Restaurant and events such as business meetings, weddings and birthday parties are held at our terraces and lounges.
TEP has played host to professional equestrian competition at both national and international level in various categories such as Polo, Show Jumping and Dressage. The park has been selected as official venues to numerous national and international equestrian competitions such as Premier Cup Series Horse Show, FEI Asian World Cup Qualifier, Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA) and Kuala Lumpur 2017 29th SEA Games for Polo Competition.

Address : Taman Ekuestrian Putrajaya,
Precinct 5, 62200 Putrajaya,
Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya Malaysia.
​Contact : 603-8000 8902
Fax : 603-8888 8699
Email: enquiry@tep.my


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