Putra Mosque

The Putra Mosque, with its pristine rose-tinted façade reflecting off the waters of Putrajaya Lake, is a serene sanctum in the heart of Malaysia’s administrative capital. Read more

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Completed in 1999, the Putra Mosque is a marvel of modern Islamic architecture and one of the most iconic landmarks in Putrajaya, Malaysia's federal administrative center. The mosque's design, inspired by Persian Islamic architecture of the Safavid period, boasts a grand yet graceful construction, with its prominent dome and minaret painting a striking figure against the skyline. The main dome, adorned in rose-tinted granite, mesmerizes onlookers and is complemented by several smaller domes, each a masterpiece. Able to accommodate up to 15,000 worshippers at one time, this mosque isn't just a place of worship but a symbol of strength and beauty. It seamlessly incorporates Malay and indigenous design elements, showcasing intricate carvings and calligraphy. Inside, the prayer hall is a vast expanse, highlighted by the magnificent King’s chandelier. The mosque's complex includes learning facilities and a library, fostering an environment of intellectual and spiritual growth. Set against the backdrop of the scenic Putrajaya Lake, the mosque’s reflection in the calm waters during sunrise and sunset is particularly breathtaking.

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Main Prayer Hall

The heart of the mosque, this area's impressive scale and decoration, featuring sumptuous marble and detailed Islamic calligraphy, evoke a profound sense of reverence.

Main Dome

The mosque’s rose-tinted main dome, a beacon of spirituality, dominates the landscape and is a testament to the elegance of Islamic dome architecture.

Putrajaya Lake

This man-made lake not only provides a stunning reflection of the mosque but also serves as a recreational area where visitors can enjoy boat rides and water sports.


The mosque’s minaret stands at 116 meters, one of the tallest in the region, and offers visitors panoramic views of Putrajaya from its observation deck.

Dataran Putra

Surrounding the mosque is this large city square, which acts as a gathering place for festivals and national celebrations.

Putrajaya Bridge

Connecting different parts of the city, the bridges of Putrajaya are marvels of engineering and offer picturesque views, especially when illuminated at night.

Seri Perdana

The official residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia, this palatial complex exhibits traditional Malay architectural elements and is open to public tours.

Putrajaya Botanical Garden

A sanctuary for nature lovers, the garden hosts a variety of plant species, beautifully landscaped designs, and serves as a lush green lung for the city.

Moroccan Pavilion Putrajaya

Inspired by the Marrakesh gardens in Morocco, this architectural wonder within the Botanical Garden showcases the intricate Moorish design and craftsmanship.

Iron Mosque (Masjid Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin)

Another architectural gem in Putrajaya, this mosque is known for its contemporary German and Chinese architectural influences and mostly metal construction.

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In and around Putra Mosque

Kuala Lumpur Airport (22.52 km)

As a gateway to diverse cultures and vibrant traditions, Kuala Lumpur International Airport welcomes the world to the heart of Malaysia with open arms and state-of-the-art facilities.

Kuala Lumpur (23.33 km)

Amidst the soaring skyscrapers and vibrant street markets, Kuala Lumpur is a cosmopolitan canvas that blends the old with the new, the traditional with the modern, in a dance of cultural diversity.

Batu Cave (33.31 km)

Ascend to the sacred Batu Caves, Malaysia's limestone sanctuary, where nature and spirituality culminate in an awe-inspiring ensemble of caves and Hindu temples.

Genting Skyway (53.22 km)

Soar above the clouds on the Genting Skyway, a marvel of engineering that offers breathtaking panoramic views of Malaysia's lush landscapes.

Malacca (101.82 km)

Malacca, the historical heart of Malaysia, invites you to wander through centuries-old streets where stories of traders, colonists, and warriors still echo.

Cameron Highland (174.45 km)

Escape to Cameron Highlands, Malaysia’s quintessential hill station, where lush tea plantations and strawberry farms stretch across misty valleys, offering a cool respite from the tropical heat.

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