The NadiPutra buses provide the feeder bus services for commuting within Putrajaya and Cyberjaya’s Persiaran Multimedia.
For commuters comming from KL by the KLIA Transit Train, they can board the feeder bus No. 300 from the KLIA Transit's Putrajaya Cyberjaya station (also known as Western Transport Terminal - WTT) to go to Putrajaya's downtown area.
KLIA Transit train is a rapid transit service designed specially for commuters and airport personnel travelling between KL International Airport and KL Sentral, with three quick intermediate stops along key townships along the route - Bandar Tasik Selatan, Putrajaya Cyberjaya and Salak Tinggi.
Journey from KL Sentral to Putrajaya Cyberjaya takes about 20 minutes, costing RM9.50 for adult. Trains depart every 30 minutes between 5.33 am (1st train from KL Sentral) and 1.00 am (last train from KLIA).
The train also intergrates with KTM Komuter and STARline LRT at Bandar Tasik Selatan station and later with the Putrajaya Monorail at Putrajaya's Western Transport Terminal once the monorail system take off in future.
The city is trying to make the "park-n-ride" system a success. Visitors to Putrajaya can park their cars at the car parks in Precinct 1 and 7 and take the Nadi Putra buses to various destinations within the administrative capital. All Nadi Putra buses run on natural gas (NGV) to help the city maintain a greener environment. Fifteen of the buses are fitted with special lifters for the disabled.
KLIA Transit is a rail service linking Kuala Lumpur with Putrajaya. The service shares the same tracks as the KLIA Ekspres but with limited stops. The service starts from KL Sentral and terminates at KLIA with stops at Bandar Tasik Selatan, Cyberjaya/Putrajaya and Salak Tinggi. Fares are on the distance travelled.
Other than just standing around and taking pictures, you can get up close to the buildings by going on a cruise along Putra lake. You can either choose to take the cruise ship, or the Malay traditional boats called the Perahus.
The pier is located just below the Putra bridge.
Putrajaya is sandwhiched btw KL city and the airport (south of KL), about 45mins drve from the city and 20misn drive from the airport. Ideally, its better to go to Putrajaya en route to/from the airport thus avoiding having to move back and forth to the city.
Just outside the Putrajaya train station is a taxi service counter where I hired a cab to get me around the city. Taking a bus is a bit difficult bacause the city is big and the spots are quite far from the other. However, taxi rental is quite expensive, its RM30/hour.
From the Putrajaya station, there is a bus that goes to the complex at RM0.20 per ride, but it does not pass by the popular landmarks.
Hence, if you like a quick tour of Putrajaya, that is, enough time to take pictures, then rent a cab for RM30 for one hour. The driver also serves as your guide and photographer.
A good way to enjoy the sights along the 12km long lakeshore of Putrajaya Lake is to board the various boats operated by Cruise Tasik Putrajaya, such as the Belimbing Boat Cruise.
This air conditioned cruise boat can accomodate up to 76 passengers and cover the journey of Jeti Putra - Taman Botani - Jeti Putra for a duration of 25 minutes. En route, passengers can enjoy the surrounding views around the lakeshore including various landmarks of Putrajaya.
Charges for the start from RM20.00 per person.