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Can Putrajaya Remake Itself as A Recreational City?

Ihsan Zainal Mokhtar, President, Malaysian Institute of Planners

08-Apr-21 07:15

Can Putrajaya Remake Itself as A Recreational City?

As our administrative capital, Putrajaya is a beautiful, sprawling metropolis- but it lacks the bustling economy of Kuala Lumpur. Now, Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa has said that Putrajaya will be developed into an international recreational city over the next 25 years, with reports surfacing of proposals for 'glamping' and a Safari Park. But will these measures turn Putrajaya into a thriving city? We speak to Ihsan Zainal Mokhtar, President of the Malaysian Institute of Planners to find out.

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Produced by: Dayana Mustak

Presented by: Lyn Mak, Noelle Lim, Roshan Kanesan


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