Travel Guide

Select Destination
  • Mosque
  • Bridge
  • Leisure
  • Entertainment
  • Park
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  • Putra Mosque
  • Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque
  • Seri Perdana Bridge
  • Seri Wawasan Bridge
  • Seri Saujana Bridge
  • Seri Gemilang Bridge
  • Putra Bridge
  • Cruise Tasik Putrajaya
  • Marina Putrajaya
  • Putrajaya Challenge Park
  • Putrajaya Botanical Garden
  • Wetlands Park
  • Agriculture Heritage Park
  • Taman Wawasan
  • Taman Saujana Hijau
  • Rimba Alam Park
  • Perdana Putra
  • Millennium Monument

Putrajaya, Malaysia’s federal administrative capital, is a modern planned city that emphasizes the preservation of its eco-culture and environment. Construction began in the 1990s and incorporates elements of Islamic-Mogul design into its architecture. A stunning sight to behold, Putrajaya is a unique modern, futuristic, intelligent and striking garden city.

About 38% of the city’s 4900 hectare area has been set aside as green areas and indeed its parks are the top Putrajaya attractions from the man-made 650 hectare lake designed to cool down the city and to mitigate flood and water purification, which includes the wetland zones; boating and water sports areas to spectacular bridges which are illuminated with changing colour lights at night.

A visually appealing cityscape, Putrajaya is also known for its numerous grand Government buildings, mosques, palaces and monuments.