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PUTRAJAYA
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Apart from effectively connecting areas within Putrajaya, unique and distinctive signature bridges exude aesthetic appeal

 
 
PUTRA BRIDGE

Deemed as the most prominent bridge in Putrajaya, this 435-metre concrete - bridge connects Precinct 1 and Precinct 2 and is part of the main protocol route which links the Dataran Putra and Persiaran Perdana. The two-tier bridge is inspired by the Islamic architecture of the famous Khaju Bridge in Isfahan, Iran. Its magnificent attractions are the four octagonal towers complete with observation decks overlooking the Putrajaya Lake. This unique bridge will provide access for vehicles and pedestrians to the monorail station and other places.

 
 
SERI PERDANA BRIDGE

Currently the most used bridge and main gateway into Putrajaya from the west, the 370-metre long Seri Perdana Bridge is inspired by the Moorish Islamic architecture. One of the significant components of the bridge is the observation decks which are constructed intermittently along the whole length of the bridge in the form of decorative arches or Iwan. The Seri Perdana Bridge is built across the Putrajaya lake and has eight rest areas, with minarets of different styles. Here, visitors can enjoy the breathtaking views of the lake, Putra Mosque and Perdana Putra Complex. There are two separate carriageways over a two twin cell box girder. The foot path is flanked by railings and the road median is lined by decorative street lights.

 
 
SERI BAKTI BRIDGE

The design of this concrete bridge is influenced by the Islamic architecture featuring a minaret-type pavilion with an observation deck constructed on each pier. This 270-metre bridge connects Precinct 1 to Precinct 16. Other enhancements of the bridge include articulate safety railings designed in harmony with the Promenade architecture besides decorative lamp posts and lights to illuminate the pavilions.

 
 
SERI SETIA BRIDGE

The uniqueness of this bridge is its well-positioned and tapered ?legs? which has transformed the piers into arched hallways floating on water. The arches are the central theme of the bridge. A dual three-lane road system is constructed on this bridge with the additional lanes that are catered for heavier traffic.

 
 
SERI GEMILANG BRIDGE

A 240-metre steel bridge, Seri Gemilang Bridge is inspired by the Pont Alexandre III of Paris, France, and a landmark bridge in Putrajaya. It is categorised as a ceremonial bridge and serves as the main entrance to the core island. The main focus of the bridge is its intricate Islamic architectural features and finishing which enhances Malaysia as a Muslim country. Taking inspiration from wood carvings, batiks and other local crafts, the detailed decorative works of the bridge are designed with emphasis on motifs of traditional flowers and plants. The towers are distinctly designed and clearly visible while street lights line the bridge.

 
 
SERI BESTARI BRIDGE

A tightly built structure, Seri Bestari Bridge has pre-stressed cables embedded in the ground beams to balance the horizontal reactions of its arches. A unique proposition of this bridge is the aesthetically slim and transparent arches beneath it.

 
 
SERI WAWASAN BRIDGE

Seri Wawasan Bridge is the main link between Precinct 2 and Precinct 8. Located in the western part of the city, it is one of the most beautiful cable-stayed bridges in Malaysia built with the latest technology. These stay cables create the illusion of a boat sails in tension, blown by the wind. Seri Wawasan Bridge is enhanced with decorative street lights. Modern designs are built on both sides, at the lower level of the bridge. The bridge is a combination of cable backstays and structured steel tie back.

 
 
SERI SAUJANA BRIDGE

This is the first bridge structure in the world that has successfully combined two different engineering techniques - the arch and cable-stayed techniques. It is a bridge with an aerodynamic double-curved deck which resembles the body of a Boeing from an angle.

 
 
 
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