Putrajaya Sightseeing Tour, Kuala Lumpur @ Flat 15% off
About Putrajaya Sightseeing Tour:If you are looking forward to exploring the natural side of Malaysia, then the Putrajaya sightseeing event will be a promising one for you. The Putrajaya sightseeing tour offers an insight into the history and background of farming in Malaysia. At the same time, the Putrajaya tour takes you on a journey of the commercial story of artisan crafts in Malaysia. Take your time to sample fresh tropical fruits of Malaysia here or to watch demonstrations of rubber tapping and latex collection.The Putrajaya sightseeing tour is an excellent activity to do if you want to know about crop maintenance, preservation of fruits, and other related activities in Malaysia. The tour extends to take you along the government center and the Putra mosque, where you will be able to watch and observe these places in great detail. The architectural composition of these buildings is reminiscent of Turkestan, Kazakhstan, and Morocco elements, which is truly an excellent thing to watch.Highlights of the tour:Putra Mosque (Photo Stop)Prime Minister & Minister Offices (Photo Stop)Prime Minister Residence (Drive Pass)Putra Square (Photo Stop)Palace of Justice (Photo Stop)Millennium Monument (Photo Stop) Pass by Different BridgesPutrajaya Convention CentrePutra Mosque: This is a center for religious worship for Muslims with the mosque being able to accommodate around 15,000 worshippers inside. Inside, tourists can go to the prayer hall and function rooms known for their elegant features. There is also a courtyard where you can see several water features inside a border made of colonnades.Prime Minister’s Office: Also known as, Perdana Putra, the prime minister’s office has a central view of Putrajaya. Its architecture is influenced by several cultures including Malay, Islam, and Western put together by the renowned architectural firm Qaida Architect.Prime Minister’s Residence: Our tour also has a scheduled drive-by along Persiaran Seri Perdana which is the official address for the residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Guests can stop to take pictures and marvel at the palace-like structure atop the hill with similar architecture as the Perdana Putra.Putra Square: Putra Square is the main city square in Putrajaya and can be found just across the office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. The Malaysian Independence Day Parade is held inside this 300-meter circular area along with several other popular festivals. Guests take a lot of pictures here.Palace of Justice: This majestic building is known locally as Istana Kehakiman and is the center judiciary work of Malaysia. Aside from the judicial offices and courts, the courtyard is used for special events like the Colours of Malaysia Festival. It provides the perfect backdrop for some picture-taking as well.Millennium Monument: The Millennium Monument, also called Monumen Alaf Baru, is a towering gold/bronze structure and is a major landmark of Putrajaya. People love to take pictures here because you can include the Putrajaya lake in the background as well.