Putrajaya Tour with Traditional Boat Ride

About this activity

          Duration 4 Hours ( 8:30am-12:30pm or 1:00pm-5:00pm)

 

          Printed or mobile vouchers accepted

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          Instant confirmation

 

          English speaking driver guided tour

   

          Wheelchair accessible

 

          Pickup included (Kuala Lumpur city center hotels within a 10km radius from the Twin Towers)

Highlights

  • Putra Mosque (Photo Stop)

  • Prime Minister & Minister Offices (Photo Stop)

  • Prime Minister Residence (Drive Pass)

  • Putra Square (Photo Stop)

  • Palace of Justice (Photo Stop)

  • Passby Ministry Offices

  • Putrajaya Convention Centre

  • Passby Different Bridges

  • Traditional Boat Ride

Tour Fare

 2  Person

3 - 4 Person

8 & Above

Child (3-11yrs)

RM80

RM100

RM120

RM140

5 -7 Above

RM90

  INCLUDES:

 

  • Professional Driver cum Guide Service

  • Full Air Conditioned Vehicle 

  • Private tours & transfers

  • Traditional Boat Tickets

EXCLUDES:

 

  • Personal expenses

  • Travel insurance

What to expect

Duration     : 4 hours

Tour Starts : 8:00am or 12.30pm 

                    

 

Putrajaya also known as the World's first Intelligent Garden City, is a trendy and sophisticated location for the country’s central Government. Here, we see a convergence of the past, present and future of heritage, design and technology.

The city's masterplan is designed along an axial tangent which runs from the northeast to southeast, with gently undulating terrain. Lush greenery and botanical gardens are spread across the landscape, crisscrossed by large bodies of water and wetlands. Five confluences meet at the north forming a main waterway, the Putrajaya Lake, which flows across the city area.

Futuristic, yet charmingly rustic structures and architecture share space in an orderly fashion on 4,581 hectares of land. This combination evokes a ‘resort feel’, lending to a refreshing environment. A truly peaceful yet remarkable tour not to be missed.

Our half-day tour package let you experience the beautiful mix of traditional & futuristic architecture of the city. The atmosphere is very peaceful and touring around the city is an experience you will never forget.The atmosphere is very peaceful and touring around the city is an experience you will never forget.Construction for this area took a lot of planning which resulted in multiple sights, nature parks, shopping centers, water parks, and a museum. These structures have meshed seamlessly within the area where government buildings were constructed for the administrative center.

The location is in the Multimedia Super Corridor route of the city. This self-contained city boasts communication buildings and infrastructure technologies that support full integration. Government machinery was directed to it so that all operations would be efficient to fulfill the 2020 vision of the government.

 

Due to the fast-tracked development, Putrajaya has become a major attraction in Malaysia. Tours around the city can be seen on the regular. Tourists can avail of our private tour (described below) for a unique experience.

Putra Mosque 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. It’s architecture is influenced by several cultures including Malay, Islam, and Western put together by the renowned architectural firm aQidea Architect.

Prime Minister’s ResidenceOur 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 SquarePutra 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 JusticeThis 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.

IMPORTANT NOTES

 

 

PAYMENT ?

Upon booking,we will collect a minimum deposit thru online and the balance payment should be paid upon commencing the tour strictly by cash only..If you choose to pay the balance by  credit card, additional surchage which will incur.

 

HOW DO I GET MY CONFIRMATION ?

Confirmation will be sent to you via email after you make the payment online. 

 

PICKUP AREA FOR TOURS ?

Hotel , Service Residence & Homestays which are located in Kuala Lumpur City Centre which are located within 10km from Twin Towers.

If your hotel siuated out of city centre, we can arrange a pick up with additional fee depends on your location.

WHERE TO WAIT AND HOW MY DRIVER WILL RECOGNIZE ME ?

Kindly be ready at respective hotel lobby 10min before the tour starts. Our driver will hold the placard of your name at the lobby. Kindly call us if you cant find the driver and we will assist you. Our standard waiting time is 15minutes and anything later without any consent will be under "No Show" clause.

WHAT TO BRING ?

Camera & some cash for personal expenses if you intend to buy souvenirs

REFUNDS ?

Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 72 hours prior to the activity