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PUTRAJAYA

Putrajaya, officially the Federal Territory of Putrajaya (Malay: Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya), is a planned city and the federal administrative center of Malaysia. The seat of government was shifted in 1999 from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya because of overcrowding and congestion in the former. Kuala Lumpur remains Malaysia's national capital and is the seat of the King, the Parliament, and all the foreign embassies, and the country's commercial and financial center. Putrajaya was the idea of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. It became Malaysia's third Federal Territory, after Kuala Lumpur and Labuan, in 2001.

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IOI CITY MALL

The multi award-winning IOI City Mall, located within IOI Resort City, is the largest mall in Southern Klang Valley. It is easily accessible via major highways and public transport. Its 1.5 million sq. ft. of lettable space is occupied by exciting fashion brands, supermarket, cineplexes and F&B outlets offering exquisite local and international dining experiences.

The mall is home to an Olympic-sized ice-skating rink – “Icescape” and a 70,000 sq. ft. adventure park – “District 21”. Its car park of 7,605 bays is the first in Malaysia to be equipped with a car finder system that gives customers a sense of security and a hassle-free experience in locating their parked vehicles. Meanwhile, along The Symphony Walk, you may indulge in a myriad of cuisines amidst an ambience of tranquility and lush landscape.

PALM GARDEN GOLF CLUB

Located strategically in Putrajaya, Malaysia's administrative capital and Kuala Lumpur's twin city, Palm Garden is also situated next to Cyberjaya, the Smart City and within close proximity to UNITEN, Multimedia university, UPM and Technology Park.

It is a 20 minute drive from the Kuala Lumpur city center and 30 minutes from KLIA-Sepang along the ELITE Highway. There is excellent accessibility via Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) and Lebuhraya Lembah Kelang Selatan.

The club embarked on a major exercise in 2009 which saw the emergence of 18 new holes which is now open for play.

Palm Garden Golf Club had previously received the Best Customer Service Award in 2001 and 2007 and we were among the Top Golf Courses in Malaysia decided by a Course Poll in 2007/2008. With the new 18 holes in place in addition to the excellent clubhouse facilities, we can assure you that the Palm Garden Team will more than meet your expectations on how a golfer should be indulged.

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HOSPITAL SERDANG

Serdang Hospital is located in Mukim Dengkil, Daerah Sepang, Selangor Darul Ehsan. Its location is bordered by the South Kajang Valley Expressway (SKVE) to the east and UPM's Faculty of Medicine to the west. The construction of the hospital is to provide medical services to approximately 570,000 residents in Serdang, Putrajaya, Kajang and Bangi areas.

 

Serdang Hospital is a government hospital that operates an information technology environment called 'Integrated Hospital Information System' (THIS). Additionally, it is a reference hospital with 620 beds equipped with the latest facilities and it contains 'Specialist Secondary Unit and Tertiary Levels of Care'. The hospital provides medical services and treatments according to current needs for internal and external patients, as well as a teaching hospital for Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) medical students.

UniKL

UniKL at a glance, the leading entrepreneurial technical university in Malaysia. We based in the heart of Malaysia’s capital and commerce area, is one of the country’s leading technical university. The university aims to provide our graduates with the knowledge, skills and attitude required to contribute towards and play major roles in a globalised and knowledge-based economy.

UPM

UPM, a leading research university in Malaysia is located in Serdang, next to Malaysia’s administrative capital city; Putrajaya.  As a world-renowned centre of learning and research, UPM has attracted students and staff from all around the world making it a well- respected global entity.

TAMAN BOTANI PUTRAJAYA

Putrajaya Botanical Garden (Malay: Taman Botani Putrajaya) is a botanical garden in Presint 1, Putrajaya, Malaysia. This garden was opened on 31 August 2001 and spans over an area of 93 hectares. The garden is divided into five sections, which are the explorer's trail, palm hill, floral gardens, sun garden and lakeside and the garden is equipped with restaurant, car parks, bicycle rental, paddle boat rental etc.The garden is opened everyday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and also accessible by bus from Putrajaya/Cyberjaya ERL station.

PUTRAJAYA WETLANDS PARK

Putrajaya Wetlands Park (Malay: Taman Wetland) in Putrajaya, Malaysia is believed to be the largest constructed freshwater wetlands in the tropics. It is the first man-made wetland in Malaysia, which includes a Wetland Park (138 hectares) and the wetland areas (1977 hectares). Putrajaya Wetlands consists of 24 wetland cells, Wetlands Park (Taman Wetland) and the other Wetlands areas. The Wetland now is also a wildlife sanctuary which attracts a huge variety of animals to the combined terrestrial-aquatic wetland environment.

Several species of local marshland birds and water birds including the little egret, the little green heron and cinnamon bittern, and migratory birds form Northern Hemisphere have been spotted there. Binoculars will come in handy for bird watching. The visitors can also enjoy a leisurely walk, jog or cycle along its bicycle track.

CYBERJAYA

Cyberjaya is a town with a science park as the core that forms a key part of the Multimedia Super Corridor in Malaysia. It is located in Sepang District, Selangor. Cyberjaya is adjacent to, and developed along with Putrajaya, Malaysia's new seat of government. This town aspires to be known as the Silicon Valley of Malaysia.

The official opening ceremony for Cyberjaya was held in May 1997 by the Prime Minister, Mahathir bin Mohamad.

KAJANG

Kajang is about half an hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur's central business district, primarily through Jalan Cheras and the Grand Saga Expressway; both routes are part of the national highway 1 system.

Kajang town is located on the eastern banks of the Langat River. It is surrounded by Cheras, Semenyih, Bangi, Putrajaya and Serdang (clockwise).

In recent years, a few townships were developed in Kajang, such as Taman Prima Saujana, Sungai Chua and Taman Kajang Perdana (Kajang Highlands). High-end developments in Kajang include Twin Palms, Sri Banyan, Country Heights, Jade Hills, TTDI Groove, Tropicana Heights and Prima Paramount.

Areas surrounding these townships are accessible via the SILK Expressway.

Kajang, along with southern part of Hulu Langat District, is governed by the Kajang Municipal Council.

SERDANG

Serdang was a state constituency in SelangorMalaysia, that was represented in the Selangor State Legislative Assembly from 1959 to 1995.

The state constituency was created in the 1958 redistribution and was mandated to return a single member to the Selangor State Legislative Assembly under the first past the post voting system.

KTM SERDANG

The Serdang railway station is a KTM Komuter train station located in SerdangSelangorMalaysia. The station serves KTM Komuter's Seremban Line and also previously KTM IntercityThe Mines shopping centre and Mines Wonderland & Happyland, as well as the area around it can be accessed from the station through the water boat terminal which is across the train station's flyover. The station is currently undergoing renovations, however, the station is still operating as usual.

PUCHONG

Puchong is a major town and a parliamentary constituency in the Petaling DistrictSelangorMalaysia.

The first settlers of the area were the Orang Asli community in a village known as Kampung Pulas. In 1900, heron (Malay: burung puchong) were aplenty in the area and were a staple for the Orang Asli.

However, it is believed that the area was explored by immigrants from Sumatra and Java. At first, the people worked as fishermen, rubber tappers and miners. Due to the booming tin mining industry, immigrants from China and India were also brought in.

During the communist insurgency in 1948, all residents were resettled to an area which is known as Kampung Baru Batu 14.

During the 1980s, Puchong consisted of a single two-lane road running through estates and villages. Puchong development began circa 1985, when the mining licenses expired and infrastructure began to be built.

Since then, urbanization has occurred rapidly with many industrial parks, commercial centres and residential areas mushrooming along Jalan Puchong. Residential areas include Taman Kinrara, Bandar Bukit Puchong 2 and Bandar Kinrara.

ALAMANDA

Alamanda Putrajaya is a shopping mall that’s mostly frequented by professionals from the township’s private and government sectors thanks to its convenient location within KL’s administrative centre. Its onsite department store, Parkson, is where you can find the fashionable clothing, cosmetics, and accessories from international brands such as Estee Lauder, Fossil, Timberland, Colori, and Anna Sui. Alamanda Putrajaya shopping mall also houses the Cold Storage supermarket, where shoppers can find fresh produce, meats, and fish, as well as local and imported food items at reasonable prices. Aside from shopping, there’s plenty of entertainment located on the mall’s Plaza level –you can catch the latest films at Golden Screen Cinemas, enjoy a round of bowling at ART Power Bowling, or belt out your favourite songs at Superstar Karaoke.

UNITEN

Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN) is a private university, located in Selangor, Malaysia, with GLC university status. It is wholly owned by the public-listed Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), established in 1999.

PUTRAJAYA SENTRAL

Putrajaya Sentral is a bus hub and a train station on the Express Rail Link in Presint 7, PutrajayaMalaysia. It is served by KLIA Transit under the name Putrajaya/Cyberjaya (Malay: Putrajaya/Cyberjaya).

Putrajaya Sentral comprises multimodal transports which are the ERL station, Putrajaya Monorail station (abandoned as of now), a taxi centre and a bus hub (currently rapidKL and Nadi Putra bus hub) that serves city buses around Putrajaya, express buses outside the city and scheduled intercity buses.[1] The station also contains a couple of restaurants and shops selling clothes.

In the future, it will be integrated by MRT Sungai Buloh Serdang Putrajaya Line and possibly, Putrajaya Monorail if the project continues. However, the station won't be connected to the Kuala Lumpur–Singapore High Speed Rail even though the rail will be connecting to Putrajaya as the station will be located near the borders of the city instead.