Putrajaya is divided into several districts, intended for government agencies, business and commercial centres, residential buildings and recreational areas. Each of them has its own unique flavor – mostly thanks to the magnificent architecture, successfully embodies the traits of modern and traditional styles with a predominance of Islamic motifs. One of the most beautiful and important buildings of Putrajaya government house, resembling a Palace from an Oriental fairytale: here are the offices of Prime Minister and Cabinet members.
Another architectural gem is the magnificent Putra mosque, built of pink granite in the Persian style. It is among the largest and most modern mosques in Malaysia. Nearby is the artificial lake where you can explore by renting a traditional Malay boat, somewhat resembling a Venetian gondola. Among other fascinating buildings of the wonder-city – Royal Palace and Palace of justice.