One of Putrajaya’s most recognisable landmarks would be the pink-domed Masjid Putrajaya, also known as Putra Mosque. The mosque, which completed its construction in September 1999, can hold 15,000 worshippers at once. The Putra Mosque is named after Malaysia’s first prime minister, Almarhum Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al Haj.  The mosque’s rose-tinted granite construction and […]

The Sabah Tea Garden considers itself to be one of the very few organic tea gardens in the world and the only garden in Borneo. A visit to the tea garden is educational as well as enjoyable because visitors can take advantage of the many leisure activities offered there.  Obstacle-crossing at Sapaon Recreational Area, a […]