Putrajaya is a man-made city based on the concept of Ebenezer Howard’s Garden Cities of Tomorrow published in 1902. In this book, the author mentions the creation of town of limited size permanently situated in an agricultural land. The city is furthermore beyond that concept showcasing its more extravagant in scale, trendy landscape and building architectures and the centralized location of Malaysia’s national government. This is a very aggressive ambition of Malaysia.
These modern structures and floral and fauna are strategically scattered in these 4,581 hectares of land. They display the country’s excellence in distinctive design, technological advancement and city planning innovation. Ultimately, the city is transparently telling the world of their three main ideologies, spiritual, social and natural – man and his creator, man and man, and man and nature.
To reach the area, you can take the ERL train KLIA transit line and alight at Putrajaya/Cyberjaya Station. Adjacent to the train station is the bus terminal for the Putrajaya public air-conditioned buses. The fare is only RM0.50 per ride. Yes “per ride”. There is a taxi station at the bus terminal where you can hire for a hourly basis tour. The rate is RM35 per hour per taxi.
The city also has its elegant beauty during the night especially its bridges. Please check this other post.