What is The Best Time to Visit Putrajaya?

Putrajaya: City & Federel Teritory of Malaysia

Putrajaya was declared a federal territory in 2001. Built on the former sites of rubber and oil palm plantations, Putrajaya was developed as a “garden city.” It has an expansive, meandering man-made lake and many areas devoted to parks, botanical gardens, and wetlands. Putrajaya is accessible by numerous rail lines and highways and is in close proximity to Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

According to Champion Traveler, here is an overallbest time to visit Putrajaya by season

Spring (March through May)

Humidity and temperatures combine to make this season feel warm. Highs range from 90.7°F (32.6°C) and 89.7°F (32.1°C) with similar temperatures in the later months.

Rain is somewhat common with 5 to 6 days of significant precipitation per month. Spring is the second busiest for tourism, which makes it a good time for those looking for things to do.

What is The Best Time to Visit Putrajaya?

Summer (June through August)

The middle-year months have very comfortable weather with high temperatures that are quite warm. These months see the least precipitation with 3 to 5 days of precipitation per month. June – August is the busiest season for tourism in Putrajaya, so lodging and other accommodations may cost more than usual.

Fall (September through November)

Fall daily highs range from 89.4°F (31.9°C) and 87.9°F (31.1°C), which will feel very nice given the humidity and wind. It rains or snows a good amount: 7 to 14 days per month.

Tourism is the slowest during these months due to the weather, so hotels may be affordably priced.

Winter (December through February)

Weather is perfect this time of year in Putrajaya to be enjoyable for warm weather travelers. The average high during this season is between 91.2°F (32.9°C) and 87.7°F (30.9°C).

On average, it rains or snows a fair amount: 3 to 10 times per month. These times of year are fairly slow with tourists.


The busiest month for tourism in Putrajaya, Malaysia is June, followed by August and July. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you purchase well in advance.

Tourists are unlikely to visit Putrajaya in February. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.

Putrajaya Tour Malaysia: 20 Places to Visit

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#1. Anjung Flora

The place is quite a nice place for photoshoot, especially for wedding photoshoot. Nice destination at putrajaya, malaysia yearly exhibition of flowers and decorated ships excellent flow of tourist. On a regular day, this place is free to enter. Half the entrance may be open but you can still enter.

Better on a cool day and earlier in the morning. Good place for morning walks , exercise, jogging or cycling.

#2. Seri Saujana Bridge

The bridge’s design is a unique combination of a symmetric cable-stayed structure and a through-arch bridge; the through-arch bridge portion is reminiscent of a slender version of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

#3. Seri Wawasan Bridge

If you are interested to know more about the unique landmarks in Putrajaya, you must not miss out the famous Seri Wawasan Bridge, which is one of the trademarks in Putrajaya interpreting the uniqueness of the place.

It is also recommended for you to bring along your camera as well as your friends and your families to record and capture the meaningful moments between you and your love ones along with the firm and special Seri Wawasan Bridge.

#4. Seri Gemilang Bridge

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This ornate bridge is decorated with balusters on the sides and ornamental lamp posts along the central divider. There are also steps leading down the bridge that takes visitors to the lake.

#5. Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC)

This building is located on the top of Taman Puncak Selatan in Precinct 5. Surrounding these main spaces the ancillary accommodation follows a conical geometry with the rings increasing in diameter up the building to provide the larger area needed for the plenary hall itself.

#6. Palace of Justice

A majestic looking building, and houses the judicial department and courts. The complex comprises five- storey building for the judiciary and a two-storey building to house the courts and offices.

#7. Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) Complex

Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) is the local authority that administrates Putrajaya. Its complex is located along Persiaran Perdana and is identifiable by the large arch which is its gateway entrance.

#8. Perdana Putra

Perdana Putra Complex is located in Precinct 1 and overlooks Putrajaya Lake, Putra Mosque and Dataran Putra. The Prime Minister’s Office is located at the Central Main Block and is distinguished by the distinctively topped main dome design that resembles the Zahir Mosque in Alor Setar, Kedah.

#9. Seri Perdana

Seri Perdana is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia, located in Putrajaya, Malaysia. In line with the principle that Seri Perdana “belongs to the people“, certain parts of the complex, namely the Protocol Block and Banquet Block, are open to the public.

#10. Putra Square

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The Putra Square or Dataran Putra is a city square in Presint 1, Putrajaya, Malaysia. The square is actually two concentric plazas, divided into star-shaped segments that represent the states in Malaysia. An interplay of paths, water, channels, flower beds and trees makes the square a picturesque stop for visitors.

#11. Putra Mosque

Masjid Putra with its trademark pink domes is one of Putrajaya’s popular landmarks. Surrounded by Putrajaya Lake and facing Putra Square – two other popular attractions in Putrajaya

#12 Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque

The mosque was built out of 6000 tonnes of reinforced stainless steel which makes up 70% of its structure, earning it the moniker, Steel Mosque. Its also didn’t borrow design ideas from the Middle East, but instead adopts a combination of Chinese and German architectural styles

#13. Putrajaya Lake

When going to Putrajaya the main attraction is the Mosque but the bridges are nice too. If you take a river boat for an hour you can see all of them up close.

#14. Putrajaya Botanical Garden

A good place to go during the morning or evening for a time of recreation. The garden is divided into 5 different themes. They are the Explorer’s Trail, Palm Hill, Floral Gardens, Sun Garden and the Lakeside.

#15. Millennium Monument

Putrajaya Tour Malaysia: 20 Places to Visit

Located on a 25 hectare park in Precinct 2 on the waterfront centre of Putrajaya. The park is located directly opposite the National Registration Department. From a distance, it looks like a giant pencil standing on an oil rig but it is designed to be in the shape of a hibiscus flower when viewed from above.

#16. National Heroes Square

Dataran Pahlawan Negara is a monument and war memorial in Putrajaya, Malaysia. The memorial is located at Precinct 1 to replace the National Monument (Tugu Negara) as a venue of Warriors Day (Hari Pahlawan). The Heroes Square is laid down in a similar pattern to that of Horse Guards Parade.

#17. Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya

Inspired by Moroccan architecture, very nice building rich in Arabic design, a worth visit. Also known as Astaka Morocco among the locals, this pavilion was built to signify the strong ties between Malaysia and Morocco.

#18. Putrajaya Wetlands Park

One of the largest man-made freshwater wetlands in the tropics, the Putrajaya Wetlands is made up of the Wetlands Park (138 hectares) and the wetland areas (1,977 hectares). It is also recognised by UNESCO as an Ecohydrology Demonstration Site

#19. Skyrides Festivals Park Putrajaya

The park, in particular its star-attraction, the Skyrides Helium Balloon has amassed two pretigious awards – the Malaysia Book of Records for the first and the largest helium balloon in the country.

#20. Taman Warisan Pertanian (Agriculture Heritage Park)

The Taman Warisan Pertanian or Agriculture Heritage Park is a leisure park that also serves as a living museum. It cultivates various crops that are native to Malaysia, such as cocoa, palm oil, rubber, and a variety of tropical fruits and herbs.