CRUISE TASIK PUTRAJAYA,
Jambatan Putra Presint 1,
Tel: 03-8888 5539
Business hours: 6.30pm to 10pm daily.
FOR a unique buka puasa experience, Cruise Tasik Putrajaya is offering an unforgettable Ramadan buffet on its dining cruise boat.
Patrons are able to break fast with a refreshing drink and dates at the diner’s lounge before embarking on a cruise and perform Maghrib prayers.
Cruise Tasik Putrajaya chief executive officer Zaharah Salamat said the Ramadan buffet dinner offered patrons a unique experience.
“There will not be many chances for patrons to pray on a cruise boat. We would like them to have a complete buka puasa experience,” she said.
Patrons can then dine on an adjacent dining cruise boat and enjoy the scenic nightscape of Putrajaya.
The buffet offers authentic Malay dishes with a choice of white rice or nasi minyak.
Two menu options are on rotation each week. The first menu includes Ayam Masak Hitam (top pic), Daging Salai Masak Lemak Cili Api, Sotong Cili Kering, Sambal Udang, Sayur Campur, Kari Dhal and Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet.
The second menu offers Daging Kuzi, Ayam Goreng Berempah, Sup Tulang, Daging Masak Hitam, Sambal Kentang Tempe, Seafood Tomyam and Sayur Campur.
There is also an array of ulam-ulaman with sambal belacan to accompany the main dishes.
For dessert, diners will be spoilt for choice with pengat pisang, bubur pulut hitam,roti jala, satay and an assortment of fresh fruits.
The cruise takes patrons on a one-and-a-half-hour journey along the 560ha Putrajaya Lake to see the magnificent landmarks of the government administrative capital.
Patrons will be able to view the eight famous bridges in Putrajaya, such as the Seri Wawasan, Seri Perdana and Seri Gemilang.
Other landmarks include the Putra Mosque, the Millennium Monument and a few government offices.
The buffet is priced at RM127 for adults and RM77 for children aged five to 12, and is available until July 20.
The cruise boat fits 30 to 50 diners.
This is the writer’s personal observation and not an endorsement by StarMetro.