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Stretches approximately 2.2 km, Setia Alam night market or being called pasar malam Setia Alam by the locals is known as the longest night market in the country that is located along the main road of Setia Alam Entreprenuership Park. On every Saturday night, Setia Alam Night Market takes the width of 6 high blocks of buildings, stretching from one corner to the next. The stretch of road is filled with stalls selling every thing imaginable from car accessories, kitchen utensils to pet food. Selling delicious local and foreign meals at cheap prices, the main attraction of the night market is the wide array of foods that usually cannot not be found at a common market. The first half of the night market is filled with Malay delights while the second half is filled of Chinese, Tawainese, Thai, Japanese and other exotic snacks that you would only expect to find in a shopping mall. Due to its great variation, it is impossible to try all the specialties in one night but the a visit to Setia Alam night market is a must once you are anywhere nearby.
Putrajaya Wetlands Park is the first man-made largest constructed freshwater wetlands in the tropics in Malaysia, which includes a Wetland Park (138 hectares) and the wetland areas (1977 hectares). Located in Putrajaya, it consists of 24 wetland cells, Wetlands Park (Taman Wetland) and the other Wetlands areas. The park now is also a wildlife asylum which entices a large variety of animals to the combined terrestrial-aquatic wetland environment. There are several species of local marshland birds and water birds have been spotted. Apart from the diversity of fauna, other main attractions at this park are Lookout Tower, Flamingo Pond, Nature Trail and Nature Interpretive Centre.
Offering a stunning panorama of Putrajaya neighbourhood, Cruise Tasik Putrajaya allows both sightseeing and dining experience on the cruise in Putrajaya Lake, next to the famous Putra Mosque. Visitors get to choose between the catamarans and traditional small boat called perahu. While catamarans have the capacity for up to 76 people simultaneously, perahu is a traditional wooden crafted boat that can accommodate up to 7 passengers at one time. Both types are available for rental and private charter. The ticket booth and boat starting point are located under the Putra Bridge. Apart from taking visitors cruising across the heart of Putrajaya, the cruise is also an ideal venue for wedding reception or any special occasion due to its beautiful and romantic setting.
Undoubtedly the pick of the pack, centrally located in the Core District. The natural ambient of this place makes you feel like you’re miles away from the bustle of the city though it is very close to the Prime Minister's Centre and the majestic Royal Palace. The rooms are so comfortable with a unique nature theme subtly etched into the room accents. Walk out onto your private terrace and you would be delighted to find a serene view of a park and the city.There is a free shuttle service to/from KL twice on weekdays and three times on weekends. Also there are shuttles provided to Cyberjaya and Alamanda, the shopping centre nearby.
Rooted in the golden age of travel, Le Méridien remains a meet up place for people to delight in the discovery of destinations as it surprises the curious and creative-minded traveller to the most unexpected and engaging experiences. This hotel offers a truly one of a kind experience in every one of its sleek rooms and suites. Warm earth tones adding up to the lavish setting and work areas create a welcoming environment for you to experience and enjoy. Located in a close proximity with many local attractions, some of them are Putrajaya Wetlands Park (1.95 km), Istana Melawati (2.93 km), Setia Alam Night Market (2.93 km) and Putrajaya Botanical Garden (3.16 km).