One of the more recent additions to Putrajaya’s cityscape is the China Malaysia Friendship Garden, which was officially opened last December to mark the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Malaysia.
The garden has been constructed in Lingnan style and incorporates a rockery, water features, decorative stones, traditional southern Chinese architecture, calligraphy, artwork and planting reminiscent of China.
No doubt this will become another popular location for wedding photos.
The garden is located in Putrajaya Precinct 4, in the shadow of the Seri Saujana Bridge.
The garden forms part of Anjung Floria, an 11 hectare site being developed as the permanent home for Floria Putrajaya, Malaysia’s top annual flower and garden festival.
Entrance is free.