The beautifully landscaped Shah Alam Lake Gardens is the city?s green lung with scenic lakes, a floating seafood restaurant, meandering footpaths and plenty of water activities.
Shah Alam Lake Gardens is one of the favourite retreat of the residents in the vicinity in the evenings and during the weekends. It is a man-made lake with beautiful landscape in the middle of the city centre of Shah Alam. The beautifully landscaped Shah Alam Lake Gardens is the city?s green lung with scenic lakes, a floating seafood restaurant, meandering footpaths and plenty of water activities. The lake is divided into three sections namely the east, the west and the central.
The east section is called Tasik Damai, the west section is called Tasik Permai and the middle section is called Tasik Indah. All the 3 sections are surrounded by beautiful gardens that are ideal for family outing and picnic. Sprawled over 43 hectares, the Shah Alam Lake Gardens, designed by landscape architect Fumiaki Takano, was the first public park to open in Selangor in 1985. The lake gardens are managed by Shah Alam?s city council (MBSA), who?ve ensured that the park maintains its popularity among locals and tourists alike.
Taman Tasik Shah Alam is a massive parkland equipped with gazebos, a lakeside promenade, raised walkways that extend over the water, reflexology paths, jogging and cycling trails, and childrens? playgrounds. Visitors may rent paddle boats and kayaks to explore the interconnected lakes. Fishing competitions are regularly held, as are Majlis Pelepasan Ikan (fish releases).