Putrajaya & Agriculture Heritage Park
- Duration: 5h
- Live guide in English
- Starting time: 09:00
- Pick-up and drop-off from hotels within the Kuala Lumpur city centre limits
- Transport in an air-conditioned minivan
- English-speaking guide/driver
- Visit of the Agriculture Heritage Park (Taman Warisan) to learn more about agriculture, local produce, rubber manufacturing, and more
- Visit of Putrajaya to see its architecture, the Government Center, Putra Mosque, and Putra Perdana (Prime Minister's office)
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About: Agriculture Heritage Park, Putrajaya
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