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The beauty of the pink-domed Putrajaya Mosque will definitly make you curious to enter the mosque, either for prayers or just for admiring the architecture, constructed with rose-tinted granite where in front of the mosque there's a man made lake.
Masjid Putra is a mosque where a place for people of Putrajaya especially for government servants nearby to perform solat or pray when called upon. At the same time it is a tourist attraction because of its uniqueness and beautiful architecture.
For the tourists, it...More
Really nice Mosque around the water. A lot of details in the architecture. There is a place to eat but it can be crowded with people. Make sure you have your own cutlery as they only provide plastic ones which break easily when eating through...More
We arrived early in the morning, the mosque wasn’t open yet (it opens at 9am), but we Could Take some nice pics around it.
A Little bit before the openning hours there came 2 buses full with tourists so we decided Not to go in,...More
It's around 20mins by KLIA transit from KL Sentral to Putrajaya for RM14, then you can take taxi or there is a bus u can take for RM10 for 3 bus trips. It's a lovely place to visit. If you walk up the park area to the right... More
It's around 20mins by KLIA transit from KL Sentral to Putrajaya for RM14, then you can take taxi or there is a bus u can take for RM10 for 3 bus trips. It's a lovely place to visit. If you walk up the park area to the right side of the government buildings, there are nice places to eat.
Response from holiday-view23-7-11 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, this depends on your interest as there is more to see than just the mosque so I would say an hour rather than 30 minutes plus that will give ou time to just reflect and take in the beauty of what you have seen