Malaysia’s third and latest Federal Territory, Putrajaya was named in honour of the country’s first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj. The word “Putra” means prince while “Jaya” means success. Known as Intelligent City in a Garden, Putrajaya is the futuristic administrative capital of the country and a symbol of Malaysia’s dynamism and progress.
Putrajaya comprises a variety of sightseeing attractions such as man-made lake, parks, wetlands, aesthetically designed bridges, beautifully landscaped roads and modern architectural buildings.
Map of Putrajaya
1. Getting Here
The KLIA Transit train provides easy access to Putrajaya from the KL sentral Station or from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2), which takes only 15-20 minutes.
Non-stop airport transfer: KL Sentral to KLIA (28 minutes) or klia2 (33 minutes)
*Every 15 minutes during peak hours
Every 20 minutes during off-peak hours
KL Sentral <=> Bandar Tasik Selatan <=> Putrajaya & Cyberjaya <=> Salak Tinggi <=>KLIA <=>klia2
* Every 20 minutes during peak hours
Every 30 minutes during off-peak hours
For more information on the schedule:
Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd
Tel: 603-2267 8000 (Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 6.00pm)
Visitors who are driving can use the Maju Expressway (MEX highway) which connects Putrajaya to Kuala Lumpur, which takes about 40 minutes drive.
2. Getting Around
Nadi Putra buses ply almost every part of Putrajaya and the buses operate from Putrajaya Sentral. Day tours are available from Putrajaya Sentral.
Visitors can take a taxi from Putrajaya Sentral.
For more details,
Putrajaya Cyberjaya Radio Taxi
Tel: 603-8888 4000