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Putrajaya (Malay: Putrajaya), the federal administrative center of Malaysia, became the third federally-administered district of Malaysia on February 1, 2001. It is a modern and emerging city of a large scale and has become the latest tourist in Malaysia. Attractions. The Malaysian Prime Ministers Office and various government departments have moved into Putrajaya, and residential, commercial, cultural, leisure facilities and transportation systems have been put in place.
This is a smart garden city that preserves the essence of Malaysia's traditional heritage. At least one-third of the area currently retains the green landscape of nature, including forest gardens, lakes and wetlands, and the rest. It is designed for government districts, commercial and residential areas, and public convenience and welfare facilities.
Putra has a lot to see, the Magistrates Department, which is magnificent and reflects Malay, Chinese and Indian architecture; the Putra Mosque, built on the lake called the Floating Mosque, and Office buildings of various government departments of different styles, eight distinctive bridges with unique features, and so on. Putrajayas planning is well done, with most of the government offices on both sides of the main road, other areas being commercial and cultural facilities, and residential areas on the other side of Putrajaya, with government offices There is a clear separation.
From Kuala Lumpur city centre take the KLCC to the airport express train KLIA, get off at Putrajaya & Cyberjaya station, then take the bus to Putrajaya.
Putrajaya is the federal administrative capital of Malaysia, built during the boom of the mid-1990s.
To commemorate this period, many majestic buildings and green public spaces have been built here. It is still a showcase of urban planning and post-modern architecture, especially at night. Next to
is the Putra Mosque, a pink building with a Persian theme. Walk to the lake, where there is the Cruise Tasik Putrajaya pier for cable cars and boat trips on the lake.
A spotless modern city, a three-dollar cup of seascape juice, dozens of hot air balloons, not to mention, there are pink mosques that have produced countless net red photos... The most important thing is that there are very few tourists here! Where is
? Just beside the Kuala Lumpur airport! From Kuala Lumpur Airport, take KLIA Transit for 10 RMB and about 20 minutes to get to Putrajaya, the unpopular capital of Malaysia.