Putrajaya, Putrajaya

The Best 2 Hours Tour of Putrajaya | 1st e-Bike Tour Malaysia

Bicycle

Others

English, Malay

1 - 20 Travellers

To make sure you make the most out of your bike ride, Planet Scooters Bike Tour & Hire, located in the heart of Putrajaya and we are the first electric bicycle company in Malaysia that offers premier guided cycling tours.

Electric bicycle are designed to make biking much easier for all. On an electric bicycle you'll be able to explore more in less time, you will see much of the city in the shortest time possible and enjoy new adventures in only 2 Hours!

During the tour you will see magnificent buildings and most interesting places not usually offered by mode of transport including the Putra Mosque, Putra Perdana ‘Primer Minister’s Office”, Palace of Justice, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque, Dataran Putrajaya, and Metropolitan Park - among many other famed spots in the region!

You will cycle through parts of the city that have been decisive for the current Putrajaya.

Meanwhile the local guide will explain about the history of Putrajaya. In the field of culture, you will get extensive impressions about the city. For example, the guide will lead you to the biggest mosque in Malaysia. And the best is yet to come, you will experience places where there are almost no tourists at all.

The journey begins at Cruise Tasik Putrajaya, Putra Bridge. The main bridge in Putrajaya, with a span of 435 meters, this bridge connects the Government Precinct to the Mixed Development Precinct and links Putra Square with the Boulevard. It has been designed to be a special feature of Putrajaya. This huge three-deck bridge provides vehicle, monorail and pedestrian access and you’ll explore a hidden tunnel.

First stop is the Putra Square. Designed as two concentric plazas surrounded by Putra Perdana Park, the circular ceremonial area is an open hard landscape encircled by Charbaghs, which acts as a transition between the parks and the ceremonial area. Inside the Charbagh is an interplay of paths, water channels, flower beds and trees. The circle symbolizes the ultimate goal of unity.

Across the road – Putra Mosque and Putra Perdana, Prime Minister Office. The Putra Mosque is arguably Putrajaya's most distinctive landmark and one of the most modern mosques in the world. The pink-domed Putra Mosque is constructed with rose-tinted granite and can accommodate 15,000 worshipers at any one time. Putra Mosque's Islamic-architecture artistically blends traditional designs, local craftsmanship and the use of indigenous materials.

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.

Crossing the lake – Wawasan Park, It is located next to the lake in the heart of Putrajaya and from its many viewing platforms you can a get a great vantage point to see the city's main sights such as Dataran Putra, the Putra Mosque, the Prime Minister's Office and the Sultan of Selangor's palace (Istana Darul Ehsan).

Passing along 650-hectare man-made lake, designed to act as a natural cooling system for the city and also for recreation, fishing, water sports and water transport. The lake and its surrounding areas form Putrajaya’s most popular resource for informal recreation as a waterfront city.

Up next is Seri Wawasan Bridge - One of the main bridges, this futuristic asymmetric cable-stayed bridge with a forward-inclined pylon has a sailing ship appearance, accented at night with changeable color lighting. The bridge, also called Bridge No. 9.

Next stop is Millennium Monument, 68m high column and It is located on the waterfront in the center of Putrajaya. From a distance it looks like a giant pencil standing on an oil rig but is designed to be in the shape of the hibiscus flower when viewed from above. A multilevel platform wraps itself around the base of the column. As you walk up this ramp you pass a series of engraved glass panels which trace important milestones in Malaysia's history in chronological order. Each panel relates to a year in history and there is information on the key event which occurred that year together with an illustration.

During the pit stop, Umai Cafe next to the Monument is a good place to enjoy a relaxing drink and local traditional snack before heading to Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque, or Iron Mosque. Second principal mosque in Putrajaya, Malaysia after Putra Mosque. One of the most modern mosques in the world and can accommodate 20,000 worshipers at any one time. The mosque employs "architectural wire mesh" imported from Germany and China, which is also constructed at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid and the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris. The interior is decorated with Al-Asmaul-Husna calligraphy of the Thuluth variation. There is a mihrab wall made of 13-meter-high glass panel. The mihrab wall is designed so that no light will be reflected, creating an illusion that the verses are floating on air.

The path towards the mosque crosses a sky way known as the Kiblat Walk which stretches an area of 13,639 m². This sky way contains landscaping adapted from the ancient castles of Alhambra.

From there it’s a short ride to China – Malaysia Friendship Garden. The design of the garden is in the style of the Lingnan Garden that emphasizes 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.

Turning right, Seri Saujana Bridge also called Bridge No 8. Main bridge and signature bridge of Putrajaya, it is the first bridge in the world to successfully combine two different engineering techniques. 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. There is no other bridge structure like it in the world.

As the tour draws to a close, you’ll pass through bustling Persiaran Perdana or Putrajaya Boulevard is the longest boulevard in Putrajaya, Malaysia, connecting Dataran Putra in the north to the Dataran Gemilang in the south and It’s known for its late-20th-century architecture. Perbadanan Putrajaya (Putrajaya Corporation HeadOffice) Istana Kehakiman (Palace of Justice) Dataran Putrajaya (PutrajayaSquare) Ministry of Finance Malaysia.

Ideal for budget travelers who have limited time and yet wish to see the best of Putrajaya. The guide will provide very practical and useful information to make your stay worthwhile.

[2] You will cycle electric bicycle with gears.Premium Electric Bike / e-Bike

Bicycle technology has evolved, thus allowing cyclists to enjoy any kind of landscape with the most appropriate models. E-bikes are bicycles with a battery-powered “assist” that comes via pedaling. When you push the pedals on a pedal-assist e-bike, a small motor engages and gives you a boost, so you can zip up hills and cruise over tough terrain without gassing yourself. More power equals less exertion. Riders of e-bikes can travel longer, cover greater distances and climb steep hills with less effort.

[3] Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

*Meet up at Cruise Tasik, Putrajaya
(exact meeting time depends on which package/schedule you get)
*Dataran Putra (Putra Square)
*Putra Mosque
*Perdana Putra(Prime Minister’s Office)
*Putra Bridge
*Wawasan Park
*Seri Wawasan Bridge
*McDonalds
*Skyrides Festival Park Putrajaya
*Millennium Monument
*Umai Cafe
*Masjid Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin
*Kiblat Walk
*China-Malaysia Friendship Garden
*Perbadanan Putrajaya (Putrajaya Corporation HeadOffice)
*Istana Kehakiman (Palace of Justice)
*Dataran Putrajaya (PutrajayaSquare)
*Ministry of Finance Malaysia

Additional:
*Laman Perdana
*Putrajaya Landmark
*Putra Perdana Park
*Taman Botani (Botanical garden)
*Moroccan Pavillion
*Seri Perdana Bridge
*Seri Perdana - Official residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia

We will have designated stops for short walks, visits and taking photographs too.

There will be lots of photo opportunities which will sure to stamp its mark on your memorable adventure around the Malaysian Capital!

• You will cycle electric bicycle with gears.
• All tours are accompanied by one or two local guide(s).
• Wearing a helmet is optional, but recommended.
• At the start you will get a bottle of water..
• The private tour consists solely of your chosen company plus guide.
• Our meeting point: Planet Scooters - Putrajaya e-Bike Tour & Hire, Presint 1, 62200 Putrajaya, Malaysia
• If you take a Grab, just fill out as destination “Planet Scooters” Putrajaya e-Bike Tour & Hire

With your participation you are contributing to a cleaner environment and let the locals benefit!

City Highlights

Itinerary

Day 1 - 8:00

The journey begins at Cruise Tasik Putrajaya, Putra Bridge. The main bridge in Putrajaya, with a span of 435 meters, this bridge connects the Government Precinct to the Mixed Development Precinct and links Putra Square with the Boulevard. It has been designed to be a special feature of Putrajaya. This huge three-deck bridge provides vehicle, monorail and pedestrian access and you’ll explore a hidden tunnel.

Day 1 - 8:00

First stop is the Putra Square. Designed as two concentric plazas surrounded by Putra Perdana Park, the circular ceremonial area is an open hard landscape encircled by Charbaghs, which acts as a transition between the parks and the ceremonial area. Inside the Charbagh is an interplay of paths, water channels, flower beds and trees. The circle symbolizes the ultimate goal of unity.

Day 1 - 8:15

Across the road – Putra Mosque and Putra Perdana, Prime Minister Office. The Putra Mosque is arguably Putrajaya's most distinctive landmark and one of the most modern mosques in the world. The pink-domed Putra Mosque is constructed with rose-tinted granite and can accommodate 15,000 worshipers at any one time. Putra Mosque's Islamic-architecture artistically blends traditional designs, local craftsmanship and the use of indigenous materials.

Day 1 - 8:15

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.

Day 1 - 8:30

Crossing the lake – Wawasan Park, It is located next to the lake in the heart of Putrajaya and from its many viewing platforms you can a get a great vantage point to see the city's main sights such as Dataran Putra, the Putra Mosque, the Prime Minister's Office and the Sultan of Selangor's palace (Istana Darul Ehsan).

Day 1 - 8:30

Passing along 650-hectare man-made lake, designed to act as a natural cooling system for the city and also for recreation, fishing, water sports and water transport. The lake and its surrounding areas form Putrajaya’s most popular resource for informal recreation as a waterfront city.

Day 1 - 8:45

Up next is Seri Wawasan Bridge - One of the main bridges, this futuristic asymmetric cable-stayed bridge with a forward-inclined pylon has a sailing ship appearance, accented at night with changeable color lighting. The bridge, also called Bridge No. 9.

Day 1 - 8:45

Next stop is Millennium Monument, 68m high column and It is located on the waterfront in the center of Putrajaya. From a distance it looks like a giant pencil standing on an oil rig but is designed to be in the shape of the hibiscus flower when viewed from above. A multilevel platform wraps itself around the base of the column. As you walk up this ramp you pass a series of engraved glass panels which trace important milestones in Malaysia's history in chronological order. Each panel relates to a year in history and there is information on the key event which occurred that year together with an illustration.

Day 1 - 9:00

During the pit stop, Umai Cafe next to the Monument is a good place to enjoy a relaxing drink and local traditional snack before heading to Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque, or Iron Mosque. Second principal mosque in Putrajaya, Malaysia after Putra Mosque. One of the most modern mosques in the world and can accommodate 20,000 worshipers at any one time. The mosque employs "architectural wire mesh" imported from Germany and China, which is also constructed at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid and the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris. The interior is decorated with Al-Asmaul-Husna calligraphy of the Thuluth variation. There is a mihrab wall made of 13-meter-high glass panel. The mihrab wall is designed so that no light will be reflected, creating an illusion that the verses are floating on air.

Day 1 - 9:00

The path towards the mosque crosses a sky way known as the Kiblat Walk which stretches an area of 13,639 m². This sky way contains landscaping adapted from the ancient castles of Alhambra.

Day 1 - 9:15

From there it’s a short ride to China – Malaysia Friendship Garden. The design of the garden is in the style of the Lingnan Garden that emphasizes 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.

Day 1 - 9:15

Turning right, Seri Saujana Bridge also called Bridge No 8. Main bridge and signature bridge of Putrajaya, it is the first bridge in the world to successfully combine two different engineering techniques. 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. There is no other bridge structure like it in the world.

Day 1 - 9:30

As the tour draws to a close, you’ll pass through bustling Persiaran Perdana or Putrajaya Boulevard is the longest boulevard in Putrajaya, Malaysia, connecting Dataran Putra in the north to the Dataran Gemilang in the south and It’s known for its late-20th-century architecture. Perbadanan Putrajaya (Putrajaya Corporation HeadOffice) Istana Kehakiman (Palace of Justice) Dataran Putrajaya (PutrajayaSquare) Ministry of Finance Malaysia.

Day 1 - 10:00

Additional:
*Laman Perdana
*Putrajaya Landmark
*Putra Perdana Park
*Taman Botani (Botanical garden)
*Moroccan Pavillion
*Seri Perdana Bridge
*Seri Perdana - Official residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia

Tour Conditions

Children friendly

FAQ

Why this trip?

See it all on our 2 Hour e-Bike Tour through Putrajaya.

•By electric bicycle, you can avoid the traffic. More power equals less exertion and riders of e-bikes can travel longer, cover greater distances and climb steep hills with less effort equals make biking much easier for all. You'll be able to explore more in less time, you will see much of the city in the shortest time possible and enjoy new adventures.

•All tours are accompanied by one or two local guide(s) friendly and knowledgeable staff.

•Wearing a helmet is optional, but recommended. Includes electric bikes for all shapes and sizes, bike lock, drinking water with complimentary photo & videos.

•During the tour you will see magnificent buildings and most interesting places not usually offered by mode of transport including the Putra Mosque, Putra Perdana ‘Primer Minister’s Office”, Palace of Justice, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque, Dataran Putrajaya, and Metropolitan Park - among many other famed spots in the region!.

•The private tour consists solely of your chosen company plus guide.

With your participation you are contributing to a cleaner environment and let the locals benefit!

Things to prepare for the trip

You might want to bring a camera since you’ll find lots of photo opportunities on tour. We advise that you wear seasonally appropriate clothing (not too loose) and closed-toe shoes , sun block and hat.

What's included:
You will cycle electric bicycle with gears, Helmet, Bike Lock, Unlimited Bottled of Water.

2 Hour cycling tour with a professional English-speaking guide.

Use of a well-maintained e-bicycle during the tour, complete with helmet.

Complimentary photo & videos.

Tour lead by our friendly and knowledgeable staff.

Meeting Point

Putrajaya Lake, Presint 1, Putrajaya, Malaysia

Free Hotel Pickup at

Any Hotel in Putrajaya with FREE pick up service Time : First pick up time 7am ; Last Pick Up time 4pm

How to get there

Planet Scooters is easily accessible from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur City Centre. Firstly, make your way to Dataran Putra, the biggest square near Putra Mosque and Prime Minister’s Office. Walk down the steps from Dataran Putra and follow the Cruise Tasik signage. You should be able to reach our counter in less than 5 minutes. Our counter is located at Putra Jetty, underneath Putra Bridge.

You may also google address to "Planet Scooters” Putrajaya e-Bike Tour & Hire"

If you take a Grab, just fill out as destination “Planet Scooters” Putrajaya e-Bike Tour & Hire

OR contact us for direction

Travel Note

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your tour is scheduled to depart so that we can fit your bike, registration, safety briefing and introduction.

Others

Rain usually don't last more than 1 hour in Malaysia. We wait for the rain to stop and on days that the rain persist, we will have to postpone to a later time or next day.

Planet Scooters reserves the right to cancel tours for safety concerns such as high winds, thunderstorms, excessive heat or cold, or other severe conditions. If Planet Scooters cancels the tour you may either reschedule or request a full refund. We constantly monitor the weather and ask for a local contact number so that we can notify you of any necessary changes.

There are both age and weight requirements to ride. Participants must be able to comfortably balance and stand on their own for the ride. We have many 8-68 years old doing it without any problem. Anyone who can ride a bicycle can join our tours.

Safety is our number one priority. Each bike & electric scooter tour begins with a safety and bike usage talk. The tour route takes place on paths, trails, and sidewalks. We provide helmets as well as safety gears include a 30 minute safety talk and practice session, which includes one on one training with your guide to make sure you are comfortable on the scooters.

We advise that you wear seasonally appropriate clothing and closed-toe shoes.

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MYR 57.5 / Person
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