Heard this name numerous of times but didn’t manage to visit this place until lately. To me, Putrajaya just a place full of government buildings around which noone really like to go. Who would travel so far just to get their documents signed or applying something, coz I believe there’re alot of branches out there near their living places. Will it processed much faster if we went directly to the HQ in Putrajaya? No, I dont think so. Unless you wanted tell everyone that your applications or whatsoever were done in Putrajaya that make you so proud of, be my guest!

So, why peoples still wanna travel all the way to Putrajaya? Wanna meet our Prime Minister? Perhaps, but I don’t think he has any such crazy fans yet. Besides all that, that left one reason to visit. The view, scenery and enviroment that attracted.

It seem to have abit futuristic designs for their lamp post, traffic lights, buildings, bridges and so. That’re the attractions I’m talking about. Other than that, hmm…nothing much to say, as I didnt managed to explore every single part/hole of Putrajaya though. But I should be lucky that I didn’t lost in it. The road sign were confusing, direction paths were unclear. Luckily my friend owned a GPS which can still brought us to the nearest and the only one shoppoing mall in Putrajaya – Alamanda Putrajaya Mall. A typical shopping mall, that’s it. You can get what you want from it, I mean normal stuffs you would get. Don’t ask me whether got LV (Louis Vuitton) or Ferragamo and so, what the heck, were those your normal stuffs to get everytime went shopping?

For you have a better view on this if you never been there. I took a few shots on Putrajaya surroundings.
Please click on photo below for more photos.



2 Replies to “Putrajaya”

  1. Haha….nothing to be ashame of. We’re from Penang what, i bet some ppls from KL also never been there!

    Next target is Cyberjaya which i heard much better scenic!

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