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As Putrajaya is the administrative complex of the Federal Goverment of Malaysia, the Perdana Putra is the most important building in Pj as it houses mainly the Prime Minister's office. Located at 50 metres above sea-level, the building has a commending view of Pj and overlooks the Putrajaya Lake. The natural stone clad building with its green...more
Dataran Putra (Putra Square) is Putrajaya's very own town square. As the centrepiece of Putrajaya, Dataran Putra is where the Boulevard is linked to the Perdana Putra building and the Masjid Putra. Hence, not suprising that this is a favourite spot for photography, especially with Perdana Putra or the Putra Mosque as backdrop. Designed basically as...more
One of the many bridges in Putrajaya, Jambatan Putra (Putra Bridge) span over 435 metres connecting the Government Precinct and the Mixed Development Precinct and links Dataran Putra with the Boulevard. Architecturally, the design of the bridge is inspired by the design of the famous Khaju Bridge in Isfahan, Iran. This unique three-deck bridge...more
Jambatan Seri Wawasan (Seri Wawasan Bridge) is another landmark in Putrajaya due to its unqiue design. The concrete bridge is a combination of cable backstays and structural steel tie back. This cable-stayed bridge serves as the main link between Precinct 2 (Mixed Development Precint) at the Core Island and the residential area of Precinct 8....more
Selera Putra is a food outlet court, located down the lower level of Dataran Putra fronting Putrajaya Lake, next to Putra Mosque.The food outlets in Selera Putra can seat over 800 people and offer international cuisine, local favourites and fast food. Take the escalator down.Also here, is the SOUK, this is where you find things to buy, only the day...more
The cruise is a good way to see the sights from the water. You get good views of the major sights. The Boatman, will point all of these out, and tell you about them.I found it a very enjoyable cruise on a hot day. My choice was the gondola like "dondang sayang" which cost 20mr and lasted for 25minutes. My boatman took some photos of me for...more
Mercu Tanda is the first landmark in Putrajaya where the site of federal administrative centre was established here in 1995.It is located in Putra Perdana Park, set high on a hill overlooking Putrajaya. Views can be had of the city from here. The Putrajaya Landmark symbolises the beginnings of Putrajaya with its time capsule structure. It actually...more
The Perdana Putra complex is next to the Putra Mosque. This building houses the offices of the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, as well as several other ministerial departments.It is a distinctive landmark of Putrajaya, having a green roof and an onion-shaped glazed mosaic main dome which is surrounded by four smaller domes.Wrought iron...more
Located at the Promenade of Dataran Putra, Selera Putra is where visitors can sample an array of food, ranging from local favourites to fast food, and both Western and Asian delights. The food court which is flanked by Masjid Putra, offers a wide variety of international and local delights and can accomodate 800 diners at any one time. It offers...more
Selera Putra food hall is located at the Sisiran Putrajaya, Putra Square in Presint 1. It offers a wide variety of international and local delights to tempt your palate. The diners have a choice of ambience - either the spacious, air-conditioned indoors or outdoors by the tranquil lake. Not just food, the clients will also find myNEWS.com - a...more
The food court is located at the junction of Jalan P8 and Jalan P8C, within the vicinity of the other public amenities namely the smart school, neighbourhood learning centre, residential and commercial units. A total of 15 units of stalls, offering a wide variety of food in operation at the food court, the first neighbourhood food court in...more
Set at the end of a sheltered wooden path, right beside the Putrajaya Lake, Putrajaya Seafood Restaurant embraces resort style dining in Polynesian architecture amidst the lush greenery of the Botanic Garden.Putrajaya Seafood Restaurant offers al-fresco dining by the lake and indoor dining as well as steamboat and barbeque dining packages in...more
Cosmopolitan dining in Putrajaya comes in the form of the Selera Putra food hall which is located at the Sisiran Putrajaya, Dataran Putra in Presint 1. The food hall which is flanked by Masjid Putra, offers a wide variety of international and local delights to tempt your palate. The food court can accomodate 800 diners at any one time.The diners...more
Live Music @ Esplenade was introduced to draw more youths and families to the fountain area at the Alamanda shopping mall as an added attraction. Bands perform from 8pm - 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays and 5pm - 7pm on Sundays with brief intervals. All performances are free. Alamanda is featuring a new group every month, so if you are an avid live...more
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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...more
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...more
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...more
Souq is an Arabian word thats is used to describe a market place, bazaar or a street of small stalls. As its name suggest, Souq Putrajaya operates as a bazaar style shopping place. This business district provides an avenue for shopkeepers to exchange or sell their goods that range from domestic items to light home-based industry such as jewellery,...more
Alamanda is Putrajaya's first shopping centre. The Alamanda Putrajaya mall is located in Precint 1 and opened in end August 2004. The shopping centre have a variety of shops, restaurants, bowling alleys, movie theatres and a food court. A unique feature is that it is designed with two levels to allow even distribution and smooth flow of shoppers...more
Putrajaya was created from land ceded by the State of Selangor in 1995.
It is the third Federal Territory after Kuala Lumpur and Labuan.
Besides the National holidays, there is an additonal holiday observed in Putraya.
1 February 2008 Federal Territory Day
This store offers free rides from the hotel to their location, the problem lies in what happens once you are there and want to leave. The place is a guarded by security personnel carrying shotguns which will not let you leave the complex. I was forced to wait almost 2 hours before I could leave (always hearing that the drivers would be ready in a...more
During my Putrajaya visit, I remember myself being awed and wowed at its beautiful sorroundings, especially the landscaped sorroundings and the modern architecture official buildings. This man-made lake, to me it seemed like its just an ordinary lake. But, seeing the dead Manila river back home, I suddenly realized and marveled at the beauty and...more
i was there during the ramadhan month.we visited the pasar ramadhan where people selling food for breaking fast.i love the place, you can find all kind of yummy food and drinks with affordable price.and also very interesting place to take pictures of all kind of interesting food.no regret to visit it at allmore
In Malaysia, women are free to choose whether or not they wear a headscarf except when entering a mosque, where women must absolutely have their heads covered. This applies to Muslim and non-Muslim women. In the Pink Mosque at Putrajaya, they have very thoughtfully set a small stall at the entrance where women whose heads are uncovered, can just...more
Situated next to a lake, it incorporates Islamic architecture from countries such as Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Morocco. The mosque can accommodate 15,000 people (and yet it still overflows with people during Friday prayers...). Based on Central Asian Islamic design with a distinctive Persian dome and a 116 metres minaret, this mosque was...more