Putrajaya, officially the Federal Territory of Putrajaya, is a planned city and the federal administrative centre of Malaysia. The seat of government was shifted in 1999 from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya because of overcrowding and congestion in the former. Kuala Lumpur remains Malaysia's national capital and is the seat of the King, the Parliament, and all the foreign embassies, and the country's commercial and financial centre. Putrajaya was the idea of former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. It became Malaysia's third Federal Territory, after Kuala Lumpur and Labuan, in 2001.
Restaurants in Putrajaya
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Visited here with friends. What a fabulous peaceful and tranquil place. If you plan to visit, please be respectful. Men will not be allowed in if wearing shorts - you will be offered a sarong to wear over the top. Ladies will be allowed in if wearing a head covering. If not, a robe, complete with hood will be offered. It is expected that footwear will be removed. Once inside, you will experience the tranquility of the place. It’s beautiful architecture will captivate you. It is all steel construction, but it is based on mediaeval designs, and the sweeping arches are reminiscent of cathedrals in the U.K. the design is clever. The Mosque is surrounded by water, and as the air inside heats up, it passes into the dome, and draws air in through the open sides, over the water, where it is cooled, and then into the building. Despite the heat outside, it was a pleasant temperature inside. This place is truly worth a visit if you have time.
4 based on 207 reviews
Farm in the City (FITC) is an unique concept that combines the elements of wildlife and nature set in a designed environment of a conservation park. resembling a typical Malaysian Village setting, it houses more than 100 species of Farm and Exotic animals and plants in specially built enclosures. One can get close, touch or feed the animals with almost Zero distance.
Definitely worth a visit for young families. Animals all looked happy and healthy, the staff provide lots of opportunities to feed animals with fresh leaves or you can buy hay to feed them too. You can get up close and touch the animals which our two year old loved. Different experience to a zoo, smaller animals but more interactive. Also good variety of animals. Lots of staff and very helpful/friendly. Recommend getting there at opening time as small carpark fills up quickly plus it gets too hot. Mosquito repellant also recommended. VERY stroller friendly, impressed with access, lots of ramps.
4.5 based on 850 reviews
We arrived at the mosque around 1.30 PM when it was closed for prayers. We waited until 2.0 pm for the gates to be opened to general public. As we were nonmuslim my wife was required to put on an additional dress before entering the mosque.
We were impressed with this beautiful mosque on the banks of the river Putra.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Fairways are broad, greens fast and consistent (mostly). My caddy was very good, and I had a pleasant round of golf here and enjoyed the club restaurant afterwords.
Really recommendable course.
Price is a bit higher than others, but the maintained quality of the course is worth to pay the fees.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
This Lake is quiet pretty and one can take a ride of this lake through cruise available however at Malaysia they charge hefty money from tourist and are not even ashamed of doing the same. As per them, Malaysian government have started charging hefty money from tourist and asked their citizens too to do the same where the cost have increased almost by 5 times since September 2017. So if any body plans for the trip to Malaysia and have travelled earlier, please keep the money extra accordingly because you need to pay for every small things as a tourist. But yes don't miss to visit this lake and all the Bridges constructed around this lake.
4 based on 380 reviews
IOI City Mall, a brand new lifestyle and entertainment regional mall for all. IOI City, a mixed used developments through its retails and commercial components consists of IOI City Mall, two block of green office towers and a 5-star business hotel. Costing RM1.5 billion on 33.5 acres of land, the built-up area is more than 8 million square feet supported by more than 7,500 car park bays over 3 basement levels. The total 1.4 million square feet of net lettable retail area of four levels with 420 specialty shops, anchor tenant include GOLDEN SCREEN CINEMAS, HOMEPRO, INDEX LIVING MALL, PARKSON and TESCO. Other highlights of the mall is the Olympic sized Icescape ice skating rink and an indoor entertainment park called District 21. It provides a complete shopping, leisure and dining experience at the South of Klang Valley.
various shops !! good for shopping too many people in the weekend!! parking fee too high !! weekdays rm2 , weekend rm4 , please make a larger surau !! too packed with people !! unable to pray comfortably esp during maghrb
4 based on 539 reviews
This is one of a series of 7 Bridges that span Lake Putrajaya. Although each of these Bridges is architecturally styled differently, the Putrajaya Bridge closely reflects that of the dominating Putra mosque - in which traditional Arabic designs are incorporated. Under the carriageway are a number of shops, and the moorings for the Cruise Tasik Putrajaya.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Saw many Bridges in Putrajaya. The Seri Wawasan Bridge is one of the main Bridges in the planned city Putrajaya, The Seri Wawasan Bridge is a longitudinally asymmetric cable‐stayed box-girder bridge with a inverted-Y shape concrete/steel pylon 96m high. The main span, 165m long, is supported by 30 pairs of forward stay cables.
Best time to go is around 5 pm so that you can enjoy the day light view and night lights.
Can see the Putra Mosque from here
4 based on 112 reviews
For more photo and information, please visit http://bettyandlingshing.blogspot.com/2010/07/putrajaya-botanical-garden.html
The park is huge with different of sections divided through out. There are orchids, trees from different continent, flowers, ferns and many more. The big lake is really nice and calming to look at. There are a bridge which you can walk on near the info centre. Parking is plenty.
4 based on 83 reviews
The prime minister's official home.
Impressive and imposing building that is the Prime Ministers office - so naturally for security reasons the public are not allowed in.
This is solid western office architecture meeting the iconic dome and traditions of the East - a good metaphor for Malaysia.
Good views from the many public pathways around this building - it is in a lovely setting
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