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Putrajaya

Country
Malaysia
State
Kuala Lumpur
City
putrajaya
Type of Location
Monument, Caves
About Location

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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By plane

The nearest airport is Kuala Lumpur International Airport. A coupon or metered budget taxi to or from KLIA will take 30 minutes and cost around RM60. Alternatively, you can take the KLIA Transit from the airport to Putrajaya station and transfer to a taxi.

By train

For public transport the fastest choice is the KLIA Transit connecting Kuala Lumpur's Sentral train station to its airport, which stops halfway in between at Putrajaya. Trains run every 30 minutes, take 20 minutes and the list price is RM 9.50 one-way.

Note: KLIA Ekspres services do not stop at Putrajaya.

One can Board a Bus from Nadi Putra to KLSentral. Its the easiest way to reach Putra Jaya

By taxi

Coupon taxis from Kuala Lumpur's KL Sentral cost a fixed RM45, but otherwise you'll have to try out your bargaining skills - figure on RM40-50, and expect to pay more at night.


By bus

Bus service is provided from 6:30AM until 10PM to and from Cyberjaya, Putrajaya, Serdang commuter station, Sinar Kota and Pasar Seni LRT station in Kuala Lumpur. The bus fare for one-way is around RM 3.50 and takes about 30 minutes-one hour, depends on the traffic flow. Usually, on non-working days the time the buses take to arrive at Putrajaya will be much faster, but the frequency of the buses will be accordingly reduced.

The new Express network by Rapid KL links KL Sentral to Putrajaya with only RM 5 for an unlimited daily pass.

All public buses from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya drop and pick up passengers from the bus terminal beside the train station (Putrajaya Sentral), which is at least 5 km from the core district.
 

Key places to visit
Seri Perdana, Putra Mosque, Putrajaya International Convention Centre, Signature Bridges


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Places to Visit


Seri Perdana

The official residence of the Prime Minister, Seri Perdana comprises the main reception and banquet blocks as well as the residence block-a private home for the Prime Minister and his family. It incorporates Malay and islamic architecture as well as contemporary elements and is attractively landscaped. The building is used for official receptions and banquets as well.

Putra Mosque

The stately Putra Mosque is one of Putrajaya's most famous landmarks. It has a unique pink dome which is constructed from rose-tinted granite and comprises of a prayer hall, the sahn or courtyard, learming facilities and function rooms. The mosque accommodates 15,000 worshippers and boasts a 116-metre, five-tiered minaret, the tallest in the region.


Putrajaya International Convention Centre

 The design of the convention centre was inspired the traditional pending perak (silver royal belt buckle) and wau bulan (moon kite). It covers a total floor area of about 135,000m2 over nine levels and its Plenary Hall can accommodate approximately 3,000 delegates. Equipped with modern facilities, it has all the required facilities to host international and regional conventions, exhibitions and private functions.

Signature Bridges

 When fully completed, eight unique and distinctive bridges featuring six varieties of designs-beam, arch, suspension, cable-stayed, truss and cantilever-will link the various precincts in Putrajaya. Bridges which connect to the Goverrnment Precinct serve ceremonial purposes and are decorated with regalia, flags and lighting during official state functions. Among the seven bridges which have been completed are the Putra Bridge, Seri Wawasan Bridge, Seri Gemilang Bridge, Seri Bakti Bridge, Seri Saujana Bridge, Seri Setia Bridge and Seri Bdstari Bridge.

Right Time to Visit

March - September

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