Putra Indoor Stadium
|Location||Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
|Owner||City of Kuala Lumpur|
|Field size||69 × 24.5 meter|
|ASEAN Para Games (Para Games) (2001, 2009)
Malaysia Open (Badminton)
Commonwealth Games (Gymnastics) (1998)
Disney on Ice
WWE (Professional wrestling) (2002, 2014)
Thomas Cup (Badminton) (2000, 2010)
BWF World Championships (Badminton) (2007)
Malaysian Open (tennis) (2009–present)
(ANZ Championship) Netball (2012–present)
The stadium is located in the premise of the National Sports Complex of Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is one of several sports facilities in the National Sports Complex which includes the main stadium, Bukit Jalil National Stadium, National Hockey Stadium, National Squash Centre, and National Aquatic Centre and also a Seri Putra Hall
The arena has 13,000 upholstered seats and 3,000 retractable seats. The stadium has 3 main doors which lead to a rectangular arena 69 × 24.5 meters large, which can adapt to different sports formats like boxing, badminton, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, judo, handball, wrestling, gymnastics and football. The stadium is also fully customisable for concerts and seminars during both day and night due to its opaque roof.
On 15 August 2009, The Former Malaysia's Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi opened the 2009 ASEAN Para Games in Putra Indoor Stadium. Closing ceremonies on 19 August 2009 were also attended by the Youth and Sports Minister of Malaysia. The main venue for the gymnastics competitions during Kuala Lumpur 1998 Commonwealth Games, this was also the venue for sport and entertainment events such as World Equestrian games, Disney's on Ice and more.
On 31 August 2010, Putra Indoor Stadium hosted the Hari Merdeka celebrations. This was in view of the ongoing Ramadhan season. It was also the first time that the Hari Merdeka celebration was held indoors. The celebration will be attended the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, the Prime Minister of Malaysia and also Cabinet members.
On 16 January 2017 Putra Stadium has been rebranded as Axiata Arena in an effort towards building a sporting nation. This is the Malaysia's first corporate name stadium in partnership between Axiata Group Berhad and Perbadanan Stadium Malaysia (PSM). Axiata Arena will be the land mark for the redevelopment of Bukit Jalil Sports Complex which will be known as KL Sports City (KLSC).
- Jacky Cheung 1/2 Century World Tour - Jacky Cheung, 8–11 December 2011
- Super Show 2 - Super Junior, The 2nd ASIA Tour, 20 March 2010, with a sold-out crowd of 14,833 people.
- Super Show 3 - Super Junior, The 3rd ASIA Tour, 19 March 2011, with a sold-out crowd of 11,980 people.
- 2010 Hari Merdeka Celebrations (first National Day celebration in an indoor stadium, third stadium celebration)
- 2009 ASEAN Para Games
- Malaysia Open Super Series
- 2007 BWF World Championships
- 2006 AYA Festival with Delirious? Asian Youth Ambassadors
- WWE Smackdown Live in Malaysia 2002
- Disney on Ice
- Disney's High School Musical: The Ice Tour
- Thomas Cup and Uber Cup 2000
- Gymnastics - 1998 Commonwealth Games
- Annual Cheerleading Contests organized by The Star newspaper
- Annual national-level secondary schools' brass band competition organised by the Ministry of Education
- Westlife Gravity Tour 2011, 7 October 2011
- Adam Lambert Glam Nation Tour Malaysia 2010, 14 October 2010
- Anugerah Juara Lagu 26
- One Fighting Championship, 2 February 2013
- Super Show 5 - Super Junior, 23 November 2013, with a sold-out crowd of 13,985 people and revenue $1,855,292.
- Alicia Keys Set The World On Fire Tour, 27 November 2013
- Taylor Swift The Red Tour, 11 June 2014 (The sold out show was attended by 7,525 fans)
- WWE Live Event, 10 and 11 October 2014
- Michael Bublé Live in Kuala Lumpur Concert, 27 January 2014
- G.E.M. X.X.X Live in Malaysia Concert, 23 and 24 January 2015
- 16th IIFA Awards, 5 June 2015
- Big Bang MADE 2015 World Tour July 24 and 25 attended by 20,000 fans for 2 days
- "stadium.gov". Retrieved 17 May 2015.