Perdana Putra, Putrajaya
Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
The Perdana Putra is a building in Putrajaya, Malaysia which houses the office complex of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Located on the main hill in Putrajaya, it has become synonymous with the executive branch of the Malaysian federal government.HistoryConstruction began in 1997 and was completed in early 1999. The building was first occupied in April 1999 after all sections of the Prime Minister's Department moved from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya.ArchitectureThe structural design is influenced by Malay, Islamic and European cultures as such Palladian and Neoclassicism. It was designed by an aQidea Architect (Ahmad Rozi Abd Wahab being the principal architect) with inspiration from the former prime minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad.Interior of the buildingThese are the main rooms and halls in the interior layout of Perdana Putra.Prime Minister's office Deputy Prime Minister officeSmall Meeting HallLarge Meeting HallView pointDelegation roomVIP roomVIP banquet hallNational Security Division officeNational Economic Action Council officePlan to see Perdana Putra and other attractions that appeal to you using our Putrajaya trip itinerary builder.
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首相府大樓座落於小山崗上, 是一座綠色圓頂, 回教特色的建築物, 居高臨下, 可俯視人工湖, 粉紅清真寺和布特拉廣場.
Kantor Perdana Menteri Malaysia ini adalah bangunan termegah di Putrajaya. Jangan lewatkan kesempatan berfoto disini.
対面に見えるプトラジャヤモスク（こちらはピンクのモスク）とは対照的に、この首相官邸はグリーンのモスクです、中に入れず写真撮影だけでした。 なお、この周辺は基本的に政府関係者しか居ない場所らしく、休日の訪問だったせいもあるのか、観光客のみで割と静かでした。 他の観光地にある出店等は見かなかったのは、政府関係の場所柄にあるのかもしれません。Contrast to look face-to-face Putrajaya mosque (here's the pink Mosque), the Prime Minister is the Green mosque, during the photo shoot only. Furthermore, this area will place where basically government officials but no holiday visit was of tourists only in the comparatively quiet. See openings in other tourist areas it may be one of the Termini of the Government wanted.show original
This is the official office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. It's actually quite a large building, and one can't actually see most parts of it from the outside. Common people who don't have official business there are not allowed to go inside for a visit. From the outside, the building is adorned with large green domes from Islamic/Arabic influence. When visiting, one can actually park the car in the area in front of the building. And walk around the mosque area. The Putrajaya cruise area is not far from this location.
Must see if you're on a sightseeing tour. Impressive building
Nice place with nice scenery.
Strosek LeeShangri-La Hotel, the front of the Park ... If you go up to the end of the Lake and the Prime Minister's official residence has a wonderful look down trails and vistasshow original
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