Putrajaya, Malaysia’s Federal Administrative Centre is located 25 km south of Kuala Lumpur and 19.12 km (11.88 miles) from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).  Putrajaya was named after the first Malaysian Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Al-Haj. The construction of Putrajaya, which began in 1993 on drained marshland and former oil palm plantation, covers almost 5,000ha. Developed as a ‘garden city’, it has sprawling, man-made lakes and many areas devoted to parks, botanical gardens and wetlands. The township, which consists of government buildings, mosques, palaces, hotels, public recreational areas and residences are all elegantly designed with a blend of modernity and distinct Islamic style.  Places of interest include:

  • Putra Mosque
  • Putrajaya Lake
  • Seri Perdana (Prime Minister’s official residence)
  • The Millennium Monument
  • Natural History Museum
  • Putrajaya Botanical Garden
  • Perdana Complex
  • Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya
  • Agricultural Heritage Park
  • Putrajaya Water Sports Complex
  • Putra Square
  • Putra Lake Cruise
  • China-Malaysia Friendship Garden

Perdana Putra Putrajaya

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Joint Organizers: APAMT | The Malaysian Society on Toxinology | College of Emergency Physicians (Academy of Medicine Malaysia)

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