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Putra Mosque, Putrajaya
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Visit Putra Mosque to see one of the city's important places of worship, built to accommodate a congregation of 15,000. Constructed using rose-tinted granite, the mosque's nine pink domes attractively punctuate the main building, with the reddish hue reflecting in the surrounding waters of Lake Putrajaya. Inside, the domes represent neat examples of deeply intricate Islamic patterns above a vast main prayer hall. Completed in 1999, the building has become the primary place of worship for Muslims in the city. The mosque welcomes all visitors, but note you must be in proper attire: dress modestly (no shorts) and women must cover their heads. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Putrajaya holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Putra Mosque and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Love the mosque. Plenty of activities near the mosque area such as electric car for rent, cycling, jogging, roller skate, etc. Food area is really nearby with aircond and open space area. Boat ride is...  more »
  • At the KLIA transit comes from the beautiful mosque pink Malaysia central station, get off at Putrajaya & Cyberjaya station. A travel guide, it is from the station was approximately 2 km and that mosque, so we walked I took much time. I think it actually is more distance is 2 km. Mosque mosque seen from the middle looks across the Putrajaya Lake is very beautiful. You can free to enter the mosque. You can't get in and nudity Cape women. Short men are wearing the clothes of the skin such as bread as well. Cape can be rented in the building through the gate to the right. Is the time you can enter is limited, so make sure to advance. Say a mosque not far from Kuala Lumpur, easy-to-go. There is only seen once when he went to Kuala Lumpur.
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  • It was all about seeing, and it was amazing and beautiful. You can take taxi, bus or KLIA transit there. You can choose to sightseeing either by cycling or eco-cars or by foot. The food around the pla...  more »
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  • Beautiful mosque next to the offices of federal government of Malaysia with a beautiful view of Putrajaya Lake. This mosques is open for all visitors and normally packed with so many foreign tourists. Female tourist are requested to wear long robes and the same is true with men with shorts. Many leaflet about Islam is available for free at the entrance. For those who want to know more about Islam, the tour guides are available everywhere.
  • A huge mosque with beautiful architecture. Friday prayers quite comfortable since normally not quite full and the airconditioned prayer hall is fully carpeted.
  • Beautiful Masjid. Wish I lived near Putra Masjid so I can offer my prayers in this masjid every day. It's like nothing you've ever seen before. The Dome is so huge.
  • One of the finest mosques I have visited around the world till now. Tourists of any religion can visit the mosque. But all have to make sure their legs and shoulders are covered up with clothes. Otherwise to enter the mosque you have to lend a covering(robe) from the counter next to the entrance. The river view and the view of Perdana Putra from the mosque is spectacular. Anyone can rent a taxi to visit the Putra Mosque and Prime minister's office together as these two places are adjacent to each other.
  • Its location . Design and art is just amazing. People their welcome anyone from any country or faith. The food court nearby and easy transport from city centre gives it my tick to visist.