Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
Travel Blogs from Putrajaya
... a cold one, including questionable meats and dodgy tasting spring rolls. Can’t help but be disappointed with this apparent “grand hotel” serving rubbish grub, oh well! One of the nicer parts of lunch was the entertainment, locals putting on a music show for us all using various exotic instruments (no ethnic flutes though). After lunch we headed back out to the city by bus again, making a stop at Chinatown, which after being in 3 Chinese ports felt a little bit ...
... a part of the deepavali festival at the KL City Gallery. Again there was also singing, dancing and a great band performing as well - I even got to meet the city mayor! At this ceremony, I also had the pleasure of meeting a local person called Ragavan. What a nice guy he was - he took me on his motorbike to the national museum and all the way to putrajaya which is 30 min s there and back. He even bought a helmet for me to ride on his bike! Then ...
... lessons and what not and i keep being asked to do this on X program, share this on Y with these kids then wave your magic wand, and without training i just have no idea what it is. Certainly something that needs to be addressed as i know i’m not the only one. But everyone seems very helpful and my department are a really nice mix. Us girls are a minority too which is a change from Cheney. We have Friday treats where during break time on Friday we take turns ...
... getting those little tasks done I went back to the National Mosque and Islamic art Museum, which I first saw on the hop-on hop-off tour. I spent hours just wander around the Islamic Art museum and basically fan-girling over all of the beautiful miniature paintings, tapestry, replicas of Islamic architecture, jewelry from various parts of the Islamic world, textiles, and of course the beautifully decorated Qur'ans. So Amazing! And probably the coolest place that ...
... br> old railway building which looks like a mosque and almost made it to the bird
park but it was getting too imminent for Indi’s nap so we didn’t quite make it
there, maybe next time, if we come back. We went to the Central Market which is
a very old building, been around since 1888 and inside there were lots and lots
of little stalls. We bought some bubble tea (our weakness) but were a little
surprised to see them put a tea bag into the blender with the ...