Putra Jaya the Intelligent Garden City
Putra Jaya used to be Prang Besar and was founded during the 1918 as Air Hitam by the Bristish.
The federal territory is located 33km away from the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. You can get here through train, by bus, and by taxi. The highlights of this Garden City are the Seri Wawasan Bridge, and the Putra Mosque (Pink Mosque).
Travelling by train: this is the most fastest public transportation you can get, you can board the KLIA express train service at the KL Sentral Station, remember your stop is at the Bandar Tasik Selatan Station or else you’ll be headed straight directly to the airport.
The ticket fare is 9RM but this is only goof for a one way ride.
Travelling by taxi: The law in Malaysia is that meter should always be use by the taxi drivers. There are lots of taxi’s especially in the city, you can just hail one if you want to but if the driver refused to use the meter make sure to bargain on him, usually they charge more if they know you’re a foreigner. The estimated cost is around 100-150RM but never above that.
Travelling by bus: This is the cheapest among all but the travel time is long, if in the train you can get there in the span of twenty minutes while on the bus you’ll get there in forty minutes depends on the traffic flow. Actually, taking the bus is not a bad idea because while you’re in it, you’ll be able to see the greenery of Putra Jaya and it is so pleasing to the eyes. Take the E bus from Pasar Seni near and at the back (left side) of the LRT station or you can go at the Jalan Tun Sambanthan Street, however the bus does not park on the same spot or location you have to look hard for it. You can pay your fare directly to the bus driver upon boarding. The ticket is 3.50RM.