- Admission for Putrajaya e-Bike Tour
- An experienced and local English-speaking guide
- A qualitative electric bicycle
- A bicycle helmet
- Unlimited bottles of drinking water
- Complimentary photos and videos
- Minimum participation age: 10 years and older
- 2-Hour Tour covers 18 landmarks
- 3-Hour Tour covers 25 landmarks
- One guide for every 5 persons
- Wearing a helmet is optional but recommended
PUTRAJAYA E-BIKE TOUR
Putrajaya has many landscaped gardens interlaced with dedicated cycling paths. This makes it a safe place to cycle around while seeing many landmarks on two wheels. To get to know Putrajaya on a more personal level, you’ll be on your E-Bike covering places like:
The Putra Square (Dataran Putra) is a city square in Presint 1, Putrajaya, Malaysia. The square has been used for festivals such as the Malaysian Independence Day parade. It is bounded by Perdana Putra, Putra Mosque, Putra Bridge and the Promenade Shopping Mall. An interplay of paths, water, channels, flower beds and trees makes this square a delightful stop for visitors.
Also known as Putrajaya Mosque, this mosque incorporates Malaysian, Persian and Arab-Islamic architectural designs. The main entrance to the mosque is fashioned in the likeness of public building gates in Muslim Persia. The mosque faces the picturesque Putrajaya Lake in which makes it stunning for landscape photography.
Prime Minister’s Office
See the Prime Minister’s Office at Perdana Putra. This imposing building stands atop the main hill in Putrajaya, catching eyes with its palatial-style green dome and stone walls. Featuring a blend of Islamic and modern architecture, the office complex is where ministers and higher officials work.
Deemed to be the most important of the bridges in Putrajaya, the 435-m concrete bridge connects the Government Precinct to the Mixed Development Precinct, with the upper level of the bridge forming part of the Boulevard, the main street in the capital. The three-tier bridge is inspired by the Islamic architecture of the famous Khaju Bridge in Isfahan, Iran. Its magnificent attractions are the four minaret-type piers, complete with observation decks, overlooking the Putrajaya Lake.
A lovely and simple park with plenty of picnic spots, gazebos, jogging tracks, cycle paths and even a pebble beach though it’s unsure if anyone is brave enough to swim in the lake where creatures can be spotted.
Seri Wawasan Bridge
The Bridge of Vision, is one of the main bridges in Putrajaya connecting Precint 2 to the residential area of Precint 8. The design of this cable-stayed bridge resembles a futuristic ship. Highly visible even from afar, it has become one of the beautiful icons of Putrajaya.
From chicken nuggets, burgers, nasi lemak and happy meals, McDonald’s make delicious feel-good moments easy for everyone. It’s always nice to take a break and enjoy your favourite McDonald’s meal.
Skyrides Festival Park Putrajaya
Soaring up to 120 metres above, the Skyride Balloon is Malaysia’ first and largest tethered helium balloon as attested to by the Malaysia Book of Records. With a maximum load capicity of 30 persons depending on wind conditions, the Skyrides Balloon offers an unimpeded 360 view of the Putrajaya skyline, the most scenic and amazing way to experience this city.
Located on the waterfront in the centre of Putrajaya, from a distance it looks like a giant pencil standing on an oil rig but is designed to be in the shape of the hibiscus flower when viewed from above. The monument itself is a round column which tapers up from the top of the platform, and points upwards to the sky. Engraved with decorative motifs, it is also inscribed with the Rukun Negara.
Though it’s known for its mainstay of nasi lemak with fried spiced chicken, treat yourself to local delicacies such as cekodok pisang, lempeng pisang, lempeng kelapa, cucur udang and roti jala with chicken curry.
Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque
Also known as the Steel Mosque and Iron Mosque, verses of the Holy Qur’an on glass panels adorn the interiors of the mosque. Another unique element is the mosque does not have a minaret. The mosque also adopts Chinese and German architectural styles.
Kiblat Walk, a plaza atop a skyway to the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque. During certain occasions, the Kiblat Walk will be decorated and filled with lights and activities.
China-Malaysia Friendship Garden
The design of the garden incorporates elements of Lingnan architecture, a style originating in Guangdong and nearby provinces of China, and includes bonsai trees, a pretty pagoda, rockery and pond. Plants are labelled in English. There is a calmness that can be felt instantly, perhaps owing to the park’s small pond and the sound of rustling trees surrounding the area.
Seri Saujana Bridge
The Seri Saujana Bridge is one of the signature bridges of Putrajaya. It is the first bridge in the world to successfully combine two different engineering techniques, arch and cable stay. There is no other bridge structure like it in the world! Some have even compared it to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Putrajaya Corporation Head Office
Located in Precint 3 Putrajaya, the complex consists of a Conference Building, Auditorium and Office Blocks. YeThe main attraction of this complex is its stainless steel arch or ‘gerbang’ which acts as a gateway to the Kiblat Walk which connects the complex to the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque
Palace of Justice
Admired for its Taj Mahal-like architecture, the Palace of Justice houses the judiciary, courts and offices. It overlooks a spacious courtyard that is often used for large-scale events. There are many things to learn since it compares the old legal system with the one currently in use.
The square is divided into segments laid out in the pattern of a star representing the states of Malaysia and is landscaped with decorative flower beds and large flagpoles, very pleasant to view at ground level.
Ministry of Finance Malaysia
Located opposite the Boulevard and Dataran Wawasan in Precinct 2 of Putrajaya, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) comprises the Royal Customs and Excise Department, Department of Valuation and Property Services, Department of the National Accountant of Malaysia, Inland Revenue Board, Securities Commission, and National Bank of Malaysia.
See more landmarks with the 3-Hour Tour:
Located between Perdana Botanical Gardens and Hibiscus Garden, various events take place here at the main square. Located close to a manmade lake, the square is fitted with a massive semi-transparent awning, cafes serving light snacks and beverages, as well as gazebos overlooking the gardens.
The Putrajaya Landmark or Mercu Tanda Putrajaya is the first landmark in Putrajaya where the site of federal administrative centre was established here in 1995. It is located in Putra Perdana Park. The Putrajaya Landmark symbolises the beginnings of Putrajaya with its time capsule structure.
Putra Perdana Park
Located at the highest point in Precinct 1, this park spreads over 70ha. and is surrounded by Persiaran Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah. It acts as an intermediate between the natural domains to the north and the Government and commercial domains to the south and east.
The Perdana Botanical Gardens, set within the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park, contains the largest collection of flower gardens and animal parks in Kuala Lumpur city centre. Also called Lake Gardens, this centrally-located recreational park is packed with locals enjoying various activities on the main square as well as along its many lakefront trails and landscaped hills.
Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya
This Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya was built to symbolise the strong diplomatic ties between Malaysia and Morocco. Its walls are adorned with Islamic calligraphy and intricate carvings crafted by skilled Moroccan artists and transported over to Malaysia.
Seri Perdana Bridge
This bridge connects the Government Precinct to Precincts 8, 9, and 10 across the Putrajaya Lake. Along the bridge are eight pavilions with arches and domed roofs acting as viewing decks for pedestrians to take in the magnificent views of the lake. It is simple in design, yet remains elegant with its interesting tile-work in patterned hues of yellow.
The official residence of the present and future Malaysian Prime Ministers, Seri Perdana is also used for official receptions and banquets. The design of Seri Perdana has preserved the geographical structure and natural environment, in line with the planning concept of Putrajaya as a Garden City.
8:00 am – 8:00 pm | Saturday & Sunday