Take a trip to Putrajaya, Malaysia’s smart city in the garden. Stretching over 11,320 acres, this picturesque township is famed for its innovative and distinctive design, harmonising nature and development. The many striking and impressive buildings, monuments and bridges here are inspired by various architectural elements derived from Malay Moorish, Persian, Islamic-Moghul and European - often they provide excellent photo opportunities.
Barely 19 years since its ground-breaking ceremony, today Putrajaya gleams in the tropical sun, amidst fresh green wilderness, botanical gardens and recreation parks spreading across vast landscapes enhanced by large bodies of water and wetlands. Visitors can enjoy the beauty of the lake via lake cruises that highlight the many stunning landmarks around. Perahu ride (lake cruise) is not included in the sharing basis (SIC) tour
Malaysian Prime Minister Office, Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Putrajaya Bridge, perhaps the most important bridge in Malaysia. Inspired by the Khaji Bridge in Iran, the Putrajaya Bridge combines cable backstays and steel tiebacks to create an elegant, sail-like appearance reminiscent of Santiago Calatrava’s sculptural bridges.
Putrajaya’s iconic religious building, the Putra Mosque is the latest Instagrammable spot for locals and tourists alike due to its lovely pink color!
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