Putrajaya & Heritage Park

Cultural & Theme Tours in Malaysia

Tour description provided by Viator

Places of visit / photo stops include:Agricultural Heritage Park - a living museum of agricultural specimens; demonstration of rubber tapping and the process of rubber manufacturing.Perdana Putra - The Prime Minister’s Office Complex.Putra Mosque - Incorporating Islamic architecture from Turkestan, Kazakhstan and Morocco.Putra Bridge - Part of the protocol route and built across Putrajaya Lake.Putra Square - Formed with a combination of 11, 13 and 14 star shapes that represent the development of Malaysia.Seri Perdana - The official residence of present and future Prime Ministers of Malaysia.
Named after Malaysia’s first Prime Minister, the late Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, Putrajaya is the administrative centre of the nation, where the main governmental complexes are located.  The principle landscape is the 600-hectre man-made lake, The Putrajaya Wetland. Native wetland plants from over 50 local species are propagated here.Architecturally, Putrajaya is an indigenous city with a modern look.  Planned to the minutest detail, this intelligent garden city is devoted to lush greenery and water bodies with 13 different gardens and parks.Places of visit / photo stops include:Agricultural Heritage Park - a living museum of agricultural specimens; demonstration of rubber tapping and the process of rubber manufacturing.Perdana Putra - The Prime Minister’s Office Complex.Putra Mosque - Incorporating Islamic architecture from Turkestan, Kazakhstan and Morocco.Putra Bridge - Part of the protocol route and built across Putrajaya Lake.Putra Square - Formed with a combination of 11, 13 and 14 star shapes that represent the development of Malaysia.Seri Perdana - The official residence of present and future Prime Ministers of Malaysia.Note: INCLUDE entrance to Heritage Park (Closed on every Monday, subject to change). 

What’s included

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Entrance to Heritage Park (Closed on every Monday, subject to change).  

What’s not included

  • Gratuities (optional)
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