28th International Input-Output Association Conference
10th Edition of the International School of I-O Analysis
5th - 10th July 2020, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Attractions in Putrajaya

Lake Cruise Putrajaya

  • Putrajaya lake is in the heart of the administration city, and visitors can take a leisure cruise on the lake.
  • One can view stunning vistas of the surrounding area from the cruise, including the Putrajaya Mosque, Putrajaya Bridge as well as several government administrative buildings.
  • Visitors can opt to sail the lake on a passenger cruise boat, which is a great option in the day or spectacularly at night.

Putra Mosque

  • The pink-domed Putra Mosque is constructed with rose-tinted granite and can accommodate 15,000 worshippers at any one time.
  • The basement wall of the mosque resembles that of the King Hassan Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco.
  • The mosque consists of three main functional areas - the prayer hall, courtyard, and various learning facilities and function rooms.

Putra Perdana – The Prime Minister’s Office

  • Putra Perdana is the Prime Minister's Department Complex housing several government buildings and agencies.
  • The buildings in the complex are influenced by Malay, Islamic and European architecture, hence its unique look.
  • This building has also become the icon for Putrajaya, with its distinctive green dome and clay like coloured buildings.

Skyrides Festival Park Putrajaya

  • The main attraction at Skyrides Festival Park Putrajaya is the tethered helium balloon which lifts visitors 150 m up into the sky.
  • The park also offers the SkyWarrior Rainforest Challenge, a Ninja Warrior-style obstacle course where visitors can test their strength and agility skills against the clock.
  • SkyKids Warrior, is a junior version for younger kids to have a fun adventure and develop their endurance and coordination.

China-Malaysia Friendship Garden

  • To celebrate the good bilateral relations between Malaysia and China, the China-Malaysia Friendship Garden was built in Putrajaya.
  • The design of the garden is in the style of the Lingnan Garden that emphasises the elements of mountain, water, stone, building, calligraphy and plants.
  • A stroll in this serene lake-side garden will bring one to appreciate the unique flowers and plants, architecture, courtyard, pavilion and scenery, which all stand as a testimony to the long-lasting friendship between China and Malaysia.

Marina Putrajaya

  • Marina Putrajaya provides recreational indoor facilities such as indoor swimming pool, snooker and pool lounge, karaoke room, squash courts, gymnasium, steam bath and sauna room as well as function rooms and halls.
  • It also provides facilities for extreme water sports such as water-ski, sailing and flyboards.

Putrajaya Challenge Park

  • Putrajaya Challenge Park is a 30-hectares park in Putrajaya's Precinct 5 containing some of the best extreme park facilities in Asia.
  • This well-designed park was opened to the public in 2009 and has Indoor Rock Wall Climbing Complex, Skate Park and Thrill Park and Mountain Bike Trails.
  • The facilities have a range of options to cater for visitors of all ages and levels of ability.

Equestrian Park

  • Fresh from hosting the ASEAN Games 2017 in September, the park now offers several horse-riding activities conducted by a professional and certified trainer.
  • This Joy Ride is certainly an eye-opener for the public, and is a great introductory session for those looking to get up close with these majestic beasts.

Palace of Justice

  • The Palace of Justice is 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.
  • Since the area has a large courtyard, it is often used as a venue for national level events such as Colours of Malaysia fest, and many more.

Agriculture Heritage Park (Taman Warisan Pertanian)

  • The Agriculture Heritage Park located at Precinct 16, Putrajaya and it emphasises the Malaysia’s agricultural background with commercial values.
  • Visitors can sample fresh fruits and observe activities such as rubber tapping, latex collection, crop maintenance, fruits preservation and many others.
  • The park also offers many agro-products for sale, while various agro-based activities and programmes are arranged for visitors all-year round.

Putrajaya Botanical Garden

  • The biggest botanical garden in Malaysia, the Putrajaya Botanical Garden covers an area over 92 hectares. The park is divided into three sections - flowers, ornamental plants and preservation/research purposes.
  • The garden currently has more than 700 species of flowering plants, local plants as well as plants from the Asia-Pacific and Africa regions.
  • The area also serves as a research centre, with its multi-purpose collection. Kids will be delighted with the huge collection and exotic flowers, and educationists will be able to see many species of plants at the research centre.

IOI City Mall Putrajaya

  • IOI City Mall is a brand-new lifestyle and entertainment mall located in Putrajaya.
  • It has gained attention for the Icescape, an ice-skating rink which is the biggest in the country and District 21, a thrilling apocalypse themed adventure park.
  • It consists of four levels of retail space with almost 400 specialty stores, restaurants and eateries.