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PUTRAJAYA
SHOPPING & DINING
 
 

SHOPPING

For contemporary pieces of art and pottery, something unique yet beautiful, shopping in Putrajaya is a must

 

Discerning business and leisure travelers who wish to pick up contemporary pieces of art and pottery or scout around for something different yet beautiful, can make their way to the Souq, Anjung and Lanai shopping centres. ?Souq? is a Persian word that means a street of small stalls and it emulates the famous bazaars in the Middle East. It is a new shopping concept featured there and something of a gentrified version of the real thing. Besides shopping, visitors can feast their eyes on the unique display of the merchandise and the colourful surroundings. There are more than 50 outlets offering various souvenirs, accessories, clothes, food item and handicrafts. Visitors can also find restaurants, convenience stores, bookstores, pharmacies and handicraft shops at Anjung and Lanai.

 
 
ALAMANDA PUTRAJAYA

Named after a type of climber plant with elongated stems, Alamanda, is a world-class shopping haven, sited in the heart of Precinct 1. A modern and integrated shopping mall, it provides an ideal environment and necessary requirements for the city dwellers. With an area covering 65,032 square metres, Alamanda houses two anchor tenants on each side of the complex. This shopping premise boasts 180 specialty shops, a food court and an entertainment plaza dominated by six Cineplex screens and a bowling alley. It encompasses two dedicated car park buildings with approximately 3,000 car park bays and 36 strategic loading bays.

 
 
THE SOUQ

?Souq? is a Persian word which means a street of small stalls and it emulates the famous bazaars in the Middle East. Located close to the Putra Mosque in Precinct 2, it is a new shopping concept featured with a sophisticated version of the real thing. Besides shopping, visitors can feast their eyes on the unique display of the bazaar?s merchandise and its colourful surroundings. The Souq offers restaurants, convenience stores, lights and fixtures, furnishings as well as handicraft shops for visitors.

 
 

DINING

Either business or leisure, pamper yourself with a tantalizing meal in its atmosphere

 
 
SELERA PUTRA

Cosmopolitan dining in Putrajaya comes in the form of Selera Putra food hall, which is located at the Promenade. The food hall samples gastronomical delights of both local and international cuisines and can accommodate 800 diners at any one time. Visitors can dine in the spacious, air-conditioned indoors or go alfresco by the tranquil lake. Not just food, diners can also find myNEWS.com ? a magazine on food kiosk, baby-changing rooms, auto teller machines and public telephones.

 
 
MEDAN SELERA

The first neighbourhood food court in Putrajaya, Medan Selera is situated in Precinct 8, 9 and 16 of the city. It offers a wide variety of food ? both local and western cuisines. The choices of food range from the popular nasi kandar to chicken rice and sizzling meal. Visitors can savour their favourite meals in an open-air dining experience at a reasonable price.

 
 
 
SHOPPING & DINING
PUTRAJAYA