About Putrajaya

Putrajaya Botanical Garden - Taman Botani Putrajaya, is a stunning oasis located in Putrajaya, the federal administrative center of Malaysia. Spanning across an area of over 92 hectares, this botanical garden is a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike, offering a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The Putrajaya Botanical Garden features a wide variety of flora and fauna, including more than 700 species of plants from different parts of the world. The garden is divided into several themed sections, each with its unique charm and character. These sections include the Explorer's Trail, Palm Hill, Sun Garden, Floral Gardens, and many more.

Putra Mosque - Also known as Masjid Putra, is a magnificent mosque located in Putrajaya, Malaysia. This iconic mosque is one of the main attractions in Putrajaya, attracting visitors from all over the world with its stunning architecture and peaceful ambiance. The Putra Mosque was completed in 1999 and was designed by renowned Malaysian architect, Haji Baharuddin Abu Kassim. The mosque's unique design blends traditional Islamic and modern architectural elements, resulting in a breathtaking structure that stands out among the city's many landmarks.

Putrajaya Wetlands Park - A beautiful ecological park located in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Spanning across an area of 450 hectares, the park is a haven for biodiversity and provides visitors with a range of outdoor activities and experiences. The Putrajaya Wetlands Park features a range of habitats, including marshes, swamps, and ponds, which are home to a diverse range of flora and fauna. The park's wetlands also function as a natural water treatment system, helping to maintain the water quality of Putrajaya's lakes and rivers.

Marina Putrajaya - Apicturesque marina located in the heart of Putrajaya, Malaysia. It is a popular destination for boating enthusiasts, offering a range of facilities and services for boat owners and visitors. The marina features a range of berthing options, including wet berths, dry berths, and swing moorings. The wet berths can accommodate boats of up to 35 meters in length, while the dry berths are suitable for smaller boats and offer a convenient and cost-effective storage option. Marina Putrajaya also offers a water sport activity known as flyboarding.

Taman Saujana Hijau - A beautifully landscaped park located in Putrajaya, Malaysia. The park spans over an area of 130 hectares and is a popular destination for visitors seeking outdoor activities and relaxation. The park features a range of facilities, including jogging tracks, cycling paths, playgrounds, and picnic areas. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely walk or jog around the park, taking in the beautiful scenery and fresh air. Cyclists can explore the park's network of cycling paths, which wind their way through the lush greenery and offer a challenging ride.

Putrajaya Equestrian Park - A state-of-the-art equestrian center located in Putrajaya, Malaysia. The park spans over an area of 250 acres and offers a range of facilities and services for horse enthusiasts and visitors alike. The park features a range of stables, paddocks, and arenas, providing ample space for the horses to roam and train. The stables are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including automatic waterers, rubberized floors, and air-conditioned rooms, ensuring that the horses are comfortable and well-cared for.