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Trail: Putrajaya

Yes… it was Putrajaya route again. Well, it never stops surprising me. Each time I cycle here it has new places for me to discover or taking pictures. 170 more words

Cycling

Visiting Malaysia's Garden City

Putrajaya is Malaysia’s federal administrative centre where the seat of government shifted from Kuala Lumpur in 1999.  It is a planned city 25 kilometers south of Kuala Lumpur.   640 more words

Travel

Trails: Foldie Ride in Putrajaya

This blog is all about a foldie group that rides around Kuala Lumpur. They are Elite Cycling Team and I believe they ride in Putrajaya on every Wednesday night. 230 more words

Cycling

The Putra Mosque mimbar

The mimbar at Putrajaya’s famous Masjid Putra is very beautiful.

It looks just about as tall as the mimbar at the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque… 171 more words

The Mimbar Project

KL Adventures: Islamic architecture in Putrajaya

The husband and I are suckers for beautiful architecture – be it modern or more on the classical side. I’ve fallen in love with several European and Asian cities because of their skylines and the feeling I get when I walk around the city, surrounded by stunning buildings.  1,245 more words

Diplomat's Wife

Putrajaya. The Intelligent Garden City.

Putrajaya is a man-made city based on the concept of Ebenezer Howard’s Garden Cities of Tomorrow published in 1902. In this book, the author mentions the creation of town of limited size permanently situated in an agricultural land. 181 more words

Photography