Perdana Putra Complex
The complex is a six-storey, natural stone-clad office.
It houses the Prime Minister's Office, the offices of the Deputy Prime Minister and the Chief Secretary to the Government.
The complex is located in Precinct 1 and overlooks the Putrajaya Lake, Putra Mosque and Dataran Putra.
Seri Perdana Complex
The official residence of the Prime Minister, Seri Perdana is also used for official receptions and banquets. Multi-lingual, translated guided tours are provided daily.
Putra Bridge stands magnificently on the banks of the Mixed Development Precinct and the Government Precinct of Putrajaya. Home to seven bridges, this iconic bridge is a city landmark.
The bridge’s design was inspired by the famous bridge in Iran - the Khaji Bridge in the city of Isfahan. The bridge has a typically Islamic architecture and design. The four minaret type piers have its own observation decks that give spectacular views of the Putrajaya Lake.
From the lakeside, tourists and locals can often be seen renting a kayak or rowboat.
The heart of Putrajaya is dominated by 650 hectares of water called Putrajaya Lake. This beautiful backdrop to the city was constructed as a natural cooling system. It also provides a clean environment for recreational activities.
The Nature Interpretation Centre serves as a rich source of information on the plant life and the inhabitants of the wetlands. Enjoy the memorable view from the 25 metre high tower found at the Nature Interpretation Centre.
There are two trails available, each with information boards along the way. The Flamingo Pond found at the Taman Wetlands is also a pleasurable sight. The wetlands are a wildlife sanctuary and one of the largest in the tropics.
Visitors are encouraged to explore this popular tourist attraction by walking or by renting a bicycle. The wetlands are also wheel-chair accessible.
Taman Botani is Malaysia’s largest tropical botanical garden. Spread over 230 acres are 700 species of flora and fauna collected from over 90 countries.
The gardens can be explored on foot, tram or rental bicycles. Paddle boats can also be rented.
The first steps taken into Taman Botani will take you across a canopy bridge over tree tops. In the Vine Garden you will find a variety of vines such as the Chinese Fan, Umbrella Leaf and Rotan Palm. Near the close of the trail, you can spot ferns that are over 200 million years old.
The gardens are a popular tourist attraction and showcase some of the world’s rarest and strangest plants.