Putrajaya International Convention Centre, or PICC, is the main convention centre in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Its located on the top of Taman Puncak Selatan in Precinct 5.
It was constructed from 2001 to September 2003. The first conference held was the 10th Organisation of Islamic Conference in October same year. Since October 2004, it is officially known as Putrajaya International Convention Centre to give the impression that it is at par with other international conference centres such as in London, Tokyo and Paris.
Fronting the main uniqueness of the building, it is engrafted with a thorough combination of Wau, an ancient kite popularly known in the state of Terengganu and the Pending Perak, a silver royal like belt buckle, of which the main hall is flanked in the bejeweled eye of such engraftment.
PICC confines an area of 135,000 sq meters.
PICC can accommodate 10,000 people with more than 57 halls and small rooms ready to be used.
PICC has been awarded Best Energy Efficiency Building, First Runner-up in the year 2007 by ASEAN.