The city plan was built around an axis that goes from the Northeast to the Southeast. It’s built on an undulating terrain which is an ideal location for vegetation. You will pass by botanical gardens, wetlands and large bodies of water in your tour the city. The Putrajaya Lake is the biggest body of water in the city and includes five confluences that all meet at the northern part of the city.
Duration : 4 hours
Tour Starts : 9:00am or 1:30pm
- Putra Mosque (Photo Stop)
- Prime Minister & Minister Offices (Photo Stop)
- Prime Minister Residence (Drive Pass)
- Putra Square (Photo Stop)
- Palace of Justice (Photo Stop)
- Millinneum Monument (Photo Stop)
- Beryl’s Chocolate Kingdom (optional)
- Professional Driver cum Guide Service
- Full Air Conditioned Vehicle
- Private tours & transfers
- WiFi in selected vehicles
- Personal expenses
- Travel insurance
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Complete Guide to Putrajaya
Putrajaya is a man-made marvel developed using modern architecture and engineering giving it two labels, smart city and garden city. This development project was through the initiative of the fourth Malaysian Prime Minister naming after the first Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Putrajaya has a total area of over 4,581 hectares with a beautiful mix of traditional and futuristic architecture giving the city its unique charm. A lot of people have compared the city to a resort due to the unusual structures found in the area. The atmosphere is very peaceful and touring around the city is an experience you will never forget.
Construction for this area took a lot of planning which resulted in multiple sights, nature parks, shopping centers, water parks, and a museum. These structures have meshed seamlessly within the area where government buildings were constructed for the administrative center.
The location is in the Multimedia Super Corridor route of the city. This self-contained city boasts communication buildings and infrastructure technologies that support full integration. Government machinery was directed to it so that all operations would be efficient to fulfill the 2020 vision of the government.
Due to the fast-tracked development, Putrajaya has become a major attraction in Malaysia. Tours around the city can be seen on the regular. Tourists can avail of our private tour (described below) for a unique experience.
With our tour, you get to visit seven stops which cover all the major attractions in Putrajaya. It comes with a driver and vehicle with the driver serving as your tour guide as well. You can also request a vehicle that has wifi so you can update your social media as you go around Putrajaya.
This is a center for religious worship for muslims with the mosque being able to accommodate around 15,000 worshippers inside. Inside, tourists can go to the prayer hall and function rooms known for their elegant features. There is also a courtyard where you can see several water features inside a border made of colonnades.
Prime Minister’s Office
Also known as, Perdana Putra, the prime minister’s office has a central view of Putrajaya. It’s architecture is influenced by several cultures including Malay, Islam, and Western put together by the renowned architectural firm aQidea Architect.
Prime Minister’s Residence
Our tour also has a scheduled drive-by along Persiaran Seri Perdana which is the official address for the residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Guests can stop to take pictures and marvel at the palace-like structure atop the hill with similar architecture as the Perdana Putra.
Putra Square is the main city square in Putrajaya and can be found just across the office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. The Malaysian Independence Day Parade is held inside this 300-meter circular area along with several other popular festivals. Guests take a lot of pictures here.
Palace of Justice
This majestic building is known locally as Istana Kehakiman and is the center judiciary work of Malaysia. Aside from the judicial offices and courts, the courtyard is used for special events like the Colours of Malaysia Festival. It provides the perfect backdrop for some picture-taking as well.
The Millennium Monument, also called Monumen Alaf Baru, is a towering gold/bronze structure and is a major landmark of Putrajaya. People love to take pictures here because you can include the Putrajaya lake in the background as well.
Beryl’s Chocolate Kingdom
Found in Jalan Utra in Putrajaya, the Beryl’s Chocolate Kingdom is one of Beryl’s largest outlets in the country. Beryl is an international brand known for producing fine chocolate which guests can purchase some of during the stop over. This is perfect for guests who have sweet tooths.
Visit Putrajaya Today
Don’t forget to book our Putrajaya tour to see all the wonderful places inside the most modern city in Malaysia. You do this by visiting our website and do the booking online. It is that easy. And once you’ve done that you can go visit Putrajaya right away!
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