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14 Attractions Full-Day Putrajaya City Tour

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Putrajaya As Malaysia’s Administrative Capital, Putrajaya Has Positioned Itself As A Tourist Destination With Its Captivating Architecture And Picturesque Landscapes. Filled With Immaculate Government Buildings, Wide Boulevards, Scenic Bridges And Pockets Of Greenery, Putrajaya Is Another World Of Its Own. And There Is More To This “Intelligent Garden City” Than The Usual Suspects – There Are Many Vibrant Happenings You Can Be Part Of To Really Make The Most Of Your Next Trip Here. Here Are 10 Attractions And Fun Activities You Can Experience In Putrajaya. The Putra Mosque, Made From Rose-Colored Granite With A Pink Dome. Nearby Is The Immense, Green-Domed Perdana Putra, Which Contains The Prime Minister’s Office Complex. The 3-Tiered Putra Bridge Is Inspired By Iranian Architecture, With 4 Minaret-Type Piers Overlooking The Man-Made Putrajaya Lake. Hotel Pick-Up & Drop-Off Included.

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Stop At: Seri Wawasan Bridge, Putrajaya

The First Stop Is One Of Seven Bridges In Putrajaya, Which Is The Most Elegant. The 240m Cable Bridge Features A Futuristic Design Borrowing The Shape Of A Sailing Ship. The Seri Wawasan Bridge Is Visible From Many Vantage Points Of The City.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Putrajaya Lake

The Putrajaya Lake Is A Lake Located At The Centre Of Putrajaya, Malaysia. This 650 Hectares Man-Made Lake Is Designed To Act As A Natural Cooling System For The City And Also For Recreation, Fishing, Water Sports And Water Transport.

Stop At: Perdana Putra

This Imposing Building Stands Atop The Main Hill In Putrajaya, Catching Eyes With Its Palatial-Style Green Dome And Stone Walls. Featuring A Blend Of Islamic And Modern Architecture, The Office Complex Is Where Ministers And Higher Officials Work. It Is Not Open To Visitors, But You Can Still Admire Its Grandeur From The Outside.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Putra Mosque

Rose-Tinted Granite Gives The Putra Mosque Its Iconic Pink Hue, An Elegance That Reflects As Remarkably On The Inside As It Does On The Outside. Built By The Lake In 1997, The Mosque Can Accommodate Up To 15,000 Worshipers. Visitors Would Stop By For Photographs With This Sophisticated Landmark, Which Drew Inspiration From Malay And Middle Eastern Influences.

Duration: 15 minutes

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One Of The Best Ways To See The City's Sights Is By Taking A 45 Minute Daytime Or Evening Sightseeing Cruise On A Comfortable Air-Conditioned 76 Seater Cruise Boat. Gondola-Style Boat Rides Are Also Available.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Seri Perdana

Seri Perdana Is The Official Residence Of The Prime Minister Of Malaysia, Located In Putrajaya, Malaysia.

Stop At: Masjid Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin (Masjid Besi)

The Iron Mosque (Or Tunku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque) Is Another Architectural Wonder Worth Checking Out. Constructed Primarily From Steel, “Wire Mesh” Architecture Draws Inspiration From Chinese And German Designs. Unlike Other Mosques In Malaysia, There Is No Minaret Which Is Used To Call For Prayers. From Afar, It Looks Like It Is Made Of Metal Or Glass.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Millennium Monument

Designed In 2005 To Usher In The New Millennium, This Is The First Monument To Be Built In Putrajaya. The Walkway Twirling Around The Monument Illustrates The History Of Malaysia, The Panels Describing Significant Events In The Country. There Is A Time Capsule At The Base Of The Monument Which Will Be Opened In 2020. As You Move Up Along The Ramps Of The Millennium Monument, You Can See Sweeping Views Of The Waterfront.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Istana Melawati Is The Second National Palace Of Malaysia's Yang Di-Pertuan Agong In Putrajaya After The Istana Negara In Kuala Lumpur. It Serves As A Royal Retreat For The Yang Di-Pertuan Agong.

Stop At: Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya

The Moroccan Pavilion Deserves Five Stars For Instaworthiness, If Such A Rating Exists. Built To Symbolize The Diplomatic Ties Between The Two Governments, The Stunning Architecture And Delicate Craftsmanship Bear Resemblance To The Villages And Imperial Cities Of Morocco.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Anjung Floria

Anjung Floria Is Known To Be A Public Park In Putrajaya. It Is Located In Precinct 4 And It Hosts An Annual Garden Festival Called Royal Floria Putrajaya. Each Year The Floral Festival Carries A Different Theme. For Instance, The Theme For 2016 Floral Festival Was Magical World Of Floria Which Features Chrysanthemum As The Flower Theme. It Is Also A Beautiful Place For Photography. The Best Place To Capture A Photo And Make You Look Like You Are Somewhere Overseas Is At The China-Malaysia Friendship Garden.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Agriculture Heritage Park

Visitors Can Sample Fresh Fruits And Observe Activities Such As Rubber Tapping, Latex Collection, Crop Maintenance, Fruits Preservation And Many Others. Among The Attractions Here Include The Visitors' Complex, An Orchard, An Herbs And Spices Track, Clonal Rubber Plot And Viewing Deck. The Park Also Offers Many Agro-Products For Sale, While Various Agro-Based Activities And Programmers Are Arranged For Visitors All-Year Round.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Putrajaya International Convention Centre

Putrajaya International Convention Centre (Picc) Is One Of Malaysia’s Premier Meeting And Convention Venues. Nested In An Oasis Of Green Parks, Lakes And Wetlands, It’s A Carefully Planned, High-Tech Centre For Meetings Of Any Types And Shapes. The First Convention Centre To Be Awarded The Energy Efficiency And Conservation Best Practices Award By Asean In 2007, It Has Reaped Many Accolades Ever Since. Among Them, Let’s Mention The Best Brands In Services - Convention Centre Award By The Asia Pacific Brand Foundation (Apbf) 2013-2014 And The International Quality Crown (Iqc) Award 2014 In The Gold Category.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Taman Wawasan

A Hidden Gem! That's What We Felt On Our First Visit On Taman Wawasan Putrajaya. "Wawasan Park" Is Our Direct Translation, Wawasan Means Vision. The Garden Was Named Align To The Malaysian "Vision 2020", A Vision For Malaysian To Push Our Country To Become A Developed Country, On Or Before 2020. Come Back To The Park. It Is Really A Huge Park, Touches The Boulevard On One End, While The Lakeside Of The Ministry Of Foregn Affair, Flanking Lebuh Ehsan (Ehsan Evenue) On Another. Still Have No Idea How Big It Is? Well, If We Jog Slowly, We Might Have To Take 1 Hour To Make A Full Round Of The Garden.

Duration: 30 minutes