During a trip to Putrajaya in December of 2012, one of the landmarks visited was Taman Botani Putrajaya, which has a large nursery where many different plants are cultivated.
A foreign guest once told me that he would describe Malaysia to his friends as the “Switzerland of Asia”. I wonder if he had already visited Taman Saujana Hijau then.
This Nature Interpretation Centre (sometimes referred to as Nature Interpretive Centre) or NIC in short, is a three-storey building within Taman Wetland Putrajaya. It is “home” to everything you need … Read More
Putrajaya’s Museum of Nature (Muzium Alam Semula Jadi), which opened for the public since early 2010, consists of two galleries; one for mammals on the ground floor, and one for … Read More
This Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque is known locally as “Masjid Besi” or Steel Mosque. This is because the mosque was built using a composition of some 70% of steel … Read More
This public gallery of the fifth Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, was launched in October, 2012. It’s located just next to his office, on Level 9, Menara … Read More
I was ecstatic when we visited the Putrajaya Equestrian Park or Taman Ekuestrian Putrajaya (TEP) where we got to go on horse-riding. Horses are amazing animals, though they could be … Read More
Putrajaya Seafood Restaurant is one of the restaurants owned by Tai Thong Group. This lakeside establishment is located in the midst of Putrajaya’s Botanical Gardens. It reminded me of the … Read More