Layover special tour from KLIA or KLIA2
Half-day trip to Malaysia's administrative centre, Putrajaya
Seri Perdana—official home of Malaysia’s Prime Minister
Scenic drive with mixed views of skyscrapers & plantations
Onion-shaped dome of government complex at Putra Perdana
About this activity
What's included, what's not
English Speaking Driver
Transport by Air-Conditioned Vehicle
Airport Pick up & Drop-off
Entrance Fee: Marina Putrajaya
Entrance Fee: Botanical Garden
Know Before You Book
Most travellers can participate
Please email to us your Arrival & Departure Flight details once booking is confirmed
What you can expect
The tour will begin with a warm welcome at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA/KLIA2). You will be taken to Putrajaya, the Administrative Capital of Malaysia. Enjoy a wonderful hour long stay at Putrajaya,
Putra Mosque: It is a beautifully designed mosque whose architecture is inspired by Safavid monuments of Iran. Non-Muslims can visit outside of the praying hours and can rent robes as well if not properly attired. The mosque can house 15,000 worshippers at a time. The pink coloured domes look immensely beautiful during the day under the sunlight
Putrajaya Convention Centre: Putrajaya Convention Centre is one of the most notable works of modern architecture in the city. Its design is inspired by a spaceship and the location is very picturesque as well at the corner of the Persiaran Perdana.
Marina Putrajaya: The complex is situated in Present 5 of Putrajaya and offers luxurious experiences at reasonable rates. Tourists can enjoy boat rides here besides learning water sports like jet skiing, wake boarding, water skiing, canoeing and kayaking. The compound also has an indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, squash court, karaoke rooms and snooker table.
Botanical Garden (Taman Botani): It is one of the major tourist attractions of Putrajaya and once you get to this 93 hectare landscape, The place is full of aesthetic tropical gardens with flowers that offer a multitude of colours and fresh odour. There are various species of plants which are unique and rare inside the garden.
Taman Wetlands: This park precisely offers that to the city. It performs three major functions – prevents folding by spreading the excess water, filtration of the water system of the city and provides habitat to many frogs, reptiles and birds which dwell on lakes.
Taman Wawasan: Taman Wawasan covers a total area of 137 acres and houses the Ministry of Foreign Affairs within its premise on a hilltop. There is amphitheatre, a pebble beach, a hibiscus garden, lotus pond and a jogging path with many viewpoints.
Prime Minister’s Office (Perdana Putra): Obviously cannot be accessed by tourists but the building is very well designed and offers a good view for the sight.
The nearby Dataran Putra is the biggest square in the city and many cultural events take place here.
Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque: This is the second most visited mosque in Putrajaya after the central Putra Mosque but upon completion it was twice of the size of Putra Mosque.