Essential Travel Information to Putrajaya
Overview of Putrajaya
Touted as Malaysia’s ‘Intelligent Garden City’, Putrajaya is the futuristic administrative capital of the country.
This model township combines the beauty of nature with strategic town planning and infrastructure development. It is a proud symbol of Malaysia’s aspiration to be a developed nation.
Putrajaya is known for its striking architecture, wide open spaces, parks and a scenic man- made lake. The focal point of Putrajaya is the Putra Square. Aesthetically designed offices line the streets while uniquely shaped bridges link the various precincts of Putrajaya. The pink- domed Putra Mosque stands as one of the most prominent structures in the township. Tours and day trips to Putrajaya are easily available from
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How to Get There
Putrajaya is situated about 28km from Kuala Lumpur and is easily accessible by road or train.
Fast and comfortable, the state-of-the-art KLIA Transit rail service connects Putrajaya to Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, the transportation hub. The trains operate daily from 5.30am until midnight. The journey takes only 35 minutes, with three stops along the way at Bandar Tasik Selatan, Cyberjaya/Putrajaya and Salak Tinggi. The trains depart every 30 minutes.
Visitors from Selangor can take the KTM Komuter train to Bandar Tasik Selatan for the interchange to KLIA Transit. This station is also linked to RapidKL’s Light Rail Transit (LRT) System, which connects visitors from Kuala Lumpur.
Visitors from Kuala Lumpur can drive to Putrajaya via the KL - Putrajaya Highway. RapidKL bus services provide frequent services from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya.