Charting Putrajaya’s growth

A view of the 38km of waterfront length in Putrajaya provides a picturesque view.

PUTRAJAYA is envisioned to be a balanced city that caters not only to the government, but also the private sector.

When its master developer Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd (PjH) took on the challenge to build the country’s administrative capital 25 years ago while racing against time, its first task to relocate over 30 ministries and to provide housing for the government servants, was a strategic one.

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