Putrajaya which serves as the administrative center of the government of Malaysia has plenty to offer its visitors. I am especially fond of the green parks like the Botanical Garden and I have also been attending events held in the city – which you probably have noticed this from my previous posts. When it comes to places to eat, Putrajaya has selections of restaurants and food courts that are scattered throughout the city. Not to mention, temporary or mobile food stalls can usually be found during many events hosted in the area. Alongside the man-made lake of Putrajaya there exist Umai Café at Precinct 2. The café sits next to the Millennium Monument or Monumen Alaf Baru and it is also in a very close proximity to the iconic Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque. Its lakefront location makes an attractive spot for patrons to relax in the generally quiet atmosphere.
Note: This post was first published on Kamversation.com on April 1, 2014