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Please be informed that Seri Perdana Complex is closed for visit from 1st July 2014. Seri Perdana Complex will be open on 3rd August 2014 (Subject to Terms & Conditions)

SERI PERDANA COMPLEX

Kompleks Seri Perdana

The Seri Perdana Complex is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia which is also used for welcoming heads of state, heads of government, state dignitaries and the public.

In line with the principle that Seri Perdana "belongs to the people", certain parts of the complex, namely the Protocol Block and Banquet Block, are open to the public.

Located at Persiaran Seri Perdana, Precint 10, Putrajaya, this complex is the epitome of the combined Malay, Islamic and European architectural, landscape and design heritage.

 

Seri Perdana was built in 1997 on a 42.5-acre site according to the contour of the hill to preserve the geographical structure and natural environment in line with the planning concept of Putrajaya as a Garden City.

PROTOCOL BLOCK

Bilik Tetamu Utama Bilik Tetamu Khas

Consists of several main rooms used to welcome heads of state, heads of government and local and foreign dignitaries.

Main Guest Salon

Official guests are welcomed by the Prime Minister in this room. It is also used for closed discussions with heads of state and heads of government.

Special Guest Salon

This is the main rest area for official guests.

Waiting Room

Two special waiting rooms, i.e. Waiting Rooms I and II, are provided for the convenience of guests.

Meeting Room

This room is used by the Prime Minister for meetings with official guests.

Special Dining Hall

This hall is located in front of the Special Guest Salon and is used for official banquets for heads of state, heads of government and local and foreign dignitaries. It can accommodate 60 guests.

BANQUET BLOCK

Dewan Bankuet Galeri Pameran

Consists of the official banquet hall and exhibition gallery.

Banquet Hall

This hall is used to entertain guests of the state and it can accommodate 200 to 300 guests.

Gallery

This is an exhibition area for the collection of gifts, awards and souvenirs presented to the Prime Minister by local and foreign dignitaries.


TOUR INFORMATION

Visiting Schedule

Schedule for visiting stated as below :

SUBJECT DAY CATEGORY TIME

Weekday

Monday to Thursday

Guided Tour

9.00 am

to

3.00 pm

Saturday and Sunday

Walk-in

School Holiday

Walk-in

Friday and Public Holiday

Closed for Maintenance

*Duration of tour - 1 hour 30 minutes.
*Smart and decent attire.
*The management may amend the schedule of the tour in the event any official function is held during the tour.
*Visitor from within and overseas necessary bring Identity Card / Passport for Registration objective.

For guided tours, please submit your application via ONLINE FORM or by email : at least 7 days before the date of the tour.

Security

For the convenience of visitors, the security procedures at the Seri Perdana Complex must be observed at all times. NO FILMING WHATSOEVER IS ALLOWED WITHIN THE COMPLEX.


DIRECTION INFORMATION

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Any further information please address it to:

Address :
Pengurus
Kompleks Seri Perdana
Persiaran Seri Perdana
62502 Putrajaya
Malaysia
Tel : 03 – 8888 8200 / 8888 8201
Fax : 03 – 8888 3271


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