Souvenirs are great regardless of the country you are visiting, but when you buy those trinkets at an expensive hotel, you know you will be paying too much for them. Choose your shopping destination wisely, in fact, ask the people close to the homestay where they do their shopping and follow their lead. If you are a seasoned traveler, you will be familiar with the tourist traps and avoid them at all costs. Your holiday does not have to be expensive to be enjoyable.
Alamanda Putrajaya is Putrajaya's first shopping centre. The shopping centre has a variety of shops, restaurants, bowling alleys, movie theatres and a food court illuminated by natural lighting. The centre also features Malaysia'a first travelator within a shopping complex that will connect the retail outlets and provide access directly to car parks. Another unique feature is that it is designed with two levels to allow even distribution and smooth flow of shoppers within the premises.
Address: Alamanda Shopping Centre, Jalan Alamanda, Precinct 1, 62000 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan.
Souq is a Persian word that means a street of small stalls. The Souq at the lower level of Masjid Putra in Putrajaya, recreates the exotic atmosphere and retailing splendour of a world famous market bazaar. With more than 50 stalls offering food items (Turkish dates, home-made jam, nuts and pickles), fashion and accessories, gifts, handicrafts and souvenirs of Putrajaya, the Souq aims to capture the true essence of the market bazaar through the use of rich and highly patterned materials, exquisite murals and artwork.
Address: Presint 1, 62000 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya
Operational Hour: Monday - Friday : 10.00 AM to 7.00 PM Weekends & holidays : 10.00 AM to 9.00 PM
Anjung is Putrajaya's first commercial complex to be built. Among the services offered at this 3-storey complex are: APEX Pharmacy, Perodua car sales outlet, Retail outlets, Lembaga Tabung Haji, Bank Islam, Kedai Tenaga, and PMS Bluesky Money Changer etc.
Address: Anjung Perdana, 3g, 62000 Putrajaya, Malaysia
Source : Kompleks Perbadanan Putrajaya