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Local Area - Palm Garden Golf Course

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Local Area - Palm Garden Golf Course

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Local Area - Palm Garden Golf Course

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Local Area - Symphony Fountain at IOI City Mall

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Local Area -€“ Putra Mosque

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Local Area - Putra Mosque Interior

Situated in the Federal Government Administration Centre of Malaysia, Le Méridien Putrajaya is an ideal gateway to discover the futuristic and picturesque Garden City of Tomorrow. Experience a stimulating juxtaposition of ancient and modern culture at IOI Resort City, which exemplifies Malaysia’s spiritual, social, and natural aspects. Just steps from the hotel are the Olympic-size ice-skating rink, a bowling alley, and an entertainment park in Malaysia’s largest shopping mall. Kuala Lumpur is only 15 minutes away via the high-speed railway system, and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) can be reached by car in 30 minutes.

Putrajaya’s unique architecture, wide streets, innovative bridges, and wide-open spaces interlace in harmony with large bodies of water and meticulous urban parks. The iconic pink-domed Putra Mosque, one of the world’s most modern, was modelled after Persian Islamic architecture from the Safavid Empire. Its 116-metre minaret is one of the tallest in the region. Perdana Putra, a clay-coloured Islamic Mogul complex featuring a green dome, is a replica of the Zahir Mosque in Kedah and also serves as the Prime Minister’s office.

The expansive Putrajaya Botanical Garden (Taman Botani) is home to more than 700 species of plants from 90 countries. At the well-preserved Putrajaya Wetland Park, nature trails teem with marshland, aquatic, and migratory birds, including swans and flamingos.

Experience an inspiring day or night cruise on the 650-hectare manmade Putrajaya Lake aboard a perahu, an open-air boat. Take an invigorating stroll, jog, or bicycle ride across the imposing three-tier Putrajaya Bridge. Rejuvenate on an 18-hole championship golf course. See Malaysia’s indigenous crops—including rubber, palm oil, cocoa, fruit trees, and herbs and spices—at Agricultural Heritage Park. Plan your stay around the engaging international hot-air balloon celebration or the creative annual flower and garden festival.