Putrajaya, covering an area of 4,931 hectares of land, is situated 25 kilometers from the capital city of Kuala Lumpur in the north and 20 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at Sepang in the south.
The planning of Putrajaya emphasises the preservation of its eco-system while promoting an active, lively and caring society. The city is designed to provide opportunity for retreat from the pressures and stress of modern living.
Putrajaya is a planned city being built according to a series of comprehensive policies and guidelines for land use, transportation system, utilities, infrastructure, housing, public amenities, information technology, parks and gardens.
Various modes of public transport are available to and from Putrajaya as listed below:
Parkmay (Cityliner No. 868)
Route : Sinar Kota-Komuter Serdang-Putrajaya-Cyberjaya
Frequency : 20 minutes interval
Sepang Omnibus (No. 536B)
Route : Sepang-Banting-Dengkil_Cyberjaya_Putrajaya
Frequency : Every 3 hours
Kenderaan Kelang-Banting (No. 131)
Route : Kelang-Banting-Dengkil-Cyberjaya-Putrajaya
Frequency : Every 2 hours
Sum Omnibus (No. 186)
Route : Kajang Terminal Bus-UNITEN-Putrajaya-Cyberjaya
Frequency : Every 1-2 hours
Express Rail Link (ERL)
Route : KL Sentral / Bandar Tasik Putrajaya / Cyberjaya / Salak Tinggi KLIA
Frequency : every half an hour (peak hours)
every hour (off peak hours)
From Sentral From KLIA
First service 5.33 am 5.18 am
Last service 12.03 am 12.08 am
Fare : RM 9.50 RM 6.20
Estimated traveling time : 20 minutes
Putrajaya Internal Nadi Putra bus services are available at 50 sen per ride
Places of interest in Putrajaya
Around the world, planned cities or relocated capitals are not uncommon. But Putrajaya is unique and unforgettable because of its development philosophy and design. This philosophy is guided by the fundamental trinity of human relationship-between man and his creator, between man and his fellow man, and between man and his environment. Essentially, the development and design of Putrajaya is based on the theme of a garden city that is in harmony with its natural environment yet it is modern, futuristic, unique and very Malaysian.
Due to its seat within the Multimedia Super Corridor, Putrajaya will pay a crucial role in the country's quest to be the centre of Information Technology in the region. However, its Malaysian character and identity will still feature prominently through its use of Moorish/European architecture which is overlaid with Islamic and Malaysian elements.
Tourist will find it extremely easy to get around the city in comfort due to its pedestrian streets, shaded footpaths and reliable public transportation. Support services like banks, tourist information centres, travel agencies, internet cafes and the post office will be centrally located. Accommodation will be varied to cater for all budgets and range from luxury hotels and service apartments to budget motels and camping sites.