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This is one of the few bridges that connects the little man made islands, surrounded by man made lakes. The whole of putrajay is so rich with distinct architectural wonders, and this bridge is also a part of it. It is best to come to...More
This bridge is ultra modern with attractive design. The streets and walking spaces are wide and therefore not overly busy. The bridge is easy to access from either side and offer a spectacular view of the lake and of Putrajaja.
Putrajaya Bridge is one of several bridges spanning Putrajaya Lake and was our means of entry into and exit from Malaysia’s Capital City. Another distinctive work of architecture.
It would have been nice to observe this Bridge all lit up at night.....
This Bridge across the Putrajaya lake connects to the main road. The Landscaping in all these areas are done with great care and kept clean. The Steel structure of the bridge and its design is seen from a distance and the bridge can be noticed...More
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Commute from Twin Towers (9 Replies)
Hello, are these places king's palace, National Monument, National Mosque, Jamed Mosque, Merdeka square, National Museum, Putrajaya Bridge, Batu Caves within walking distance from one another from the twin towers? Or how easy is it to commute from twin towers to these places?
July 13, 2013|
Well for starters......Batu Caves is 30-45 minutes drive from Bukit Bintang.....