Putrajaya Bridge

Attraction Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Published on: 13-11-2015

30 mins
05:00 PM
06:00 PM
Second-time visit
Attraction
Scenic
Kids
Free
Architecture
People watching
0.00 USD

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Putrajaya Bridge is one of the famous one for sunset views and spectacular photos to be taken when the light is on.

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Why Putrajaya Bridge is special ?

Putrajaya Bridge is the link between the Government Precinct and the Mixed Development Precinct, also linking the Boulevard and Putra Square. It's the most important bridge in Malaysia and it spans across 435 meters. It's also a unique icon landmark of Putrajaya. 
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. 
This unique bridge provides access to pedestrians, vehicles and a monorail, while its pier will be developed into a fine dining area with a place for boats to berth.

What to explore at Putrajaya Bridge?

You can  view the bridge while boating or kayaking through the lake. You can also take a walk on the upper level of the bridge. It looks especially stunning when lit up at night and is a must visit at that time.

The upper level of the bridge is a boulevard-like area, well paved path ideal for jogging and taking a slow stroll around. Its view overlooking the lake is beautiful at sun set.

There are many couples who will take their wedding photo around the iconic scenery. The lower deck serves as the transportation route for both vehicles and monorail. There are many fine dining restaurants and cafes that took advantage of the lake view around the pillar of the bridge

The man-made lake is also offers boat ride and kayaking around the lake for visitors and tourists. There are many resorts and restaurants around to offer to a short getaway. Spas and pools are among the attraction for most of the resorts around here like Shangri-la Spa and Resort. 
Nearby attractions includes the Agriculture Heritage Park and the Putra Mosque.

How to get to Putrajaya Bridge?

By Bus
Parkmay (Cityliner No. 868) comes every 20 minutes. The route is Sinar Kota-Komuter Serdang-Putrajaya-Cyberjaya. Sepang Omnibus (No. 536B) goes through Sepang-Banting- Dengkil-Cyberjaya-Putrajaya every 3 hours. Kelang-Banting Bus (No.131) follows Kelang-Banting- Dengkil-Cyberjaya-Putrajaya route every 2 hours. Sum Omnibus (No. 186) from Kajang Terminal Bus, UNITEN- Putrajaya and Cyberjaya runs every 1 - 2 hours.  (Putrajaya Internal Nadi Putra bus services are available at 50 sen per ride).
By Train
Catch the ERL train towards the KLIA airport from KL's Sentral station. Express Rail Link (ERL) Route: KL Sentral/Bandar Tasik Putrajaya/Cyberjaya/Salak Tinggi/KLIA Frequency : every half hour (peak hours)
every hour (off peak hours).
By Car
The most convenient way to get there is to hire a car or a taxi for the day to better explore Putrajaya.

Selling points

  • “Gateway to Putrajaya”
  • “The Sceneries Bridges Around Putrajaya”
  • “Scenic and vibrant”
  • “Good ride on the boat”
  • “Grand Bridge”
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
134.90 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
8 places

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Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Tips for you

  • Only about 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur by car
    Transportation
  • Take the Express Rail Link from KLIA or KL Sentra station. Upon arrival, take the Putra Nadi bus around the town at RM 0.50 per ride.
    Transportation
  • Take the Cityliner 868 from Seri Kota or Serdang Station to Putrajaya. Then take the Putra Nadi bus that service around the city for RM 0.50 per ride.
    Transportation
  • Don’t forget to take some photos of these bridges and its surrounding well-landscaped gardens
    Photography
  • Best time is at night to visit the place.
    Timming
  • Take charge of your valuables and beongings
    Safety
  • You can also visit the parks and buildings by taking a small walk.
    Things nearby

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Takes as many photos as you could. Nice scenery.

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It was a wonderful night

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Nice place to jogging..

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Go to the bridge just about when its sun set time, its beautiful when lit up. Take a boat ride here, its worth it

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Its amazing that a whole city dedicated to being a goverment cityIt has beautiful bridgesWe had pictures with the most beautiful parrotsThe souvenir shop was over pricedRiver cruise was delightful n very enjoyable

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Although Putrajaya has many places to visit but Putrajaya bridge is the central attraction. You may have to drive all the way to Putrajaya which is pretty tiring however you feel just superb after reaching there. Its a great place to be with your family and friends in the evening. Its actually quite relaxing place.

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Best for photoshoot at night

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