Covering 41 hectares of land, and impressive slopes, you won’t get bored running in this European style park! Unbeknownst to many, Taman Saujana Hijau at Putrajaya is really a blissful place to run, jog, walk and relax. The park is divided into 3 zones; a European Garden, an Oriental Garden and an English Garden (Bustan Eropah, Bustan Oriental and Bustan Inggeris).

Surrounded with tall, Christmas-like pine trees (unlike other parks with tropical trees), the slopes will give you a challenging run, but no worries! The panoramic views of the Putrajaya City from the hilltop is so breathtaking. The park landscape is well maintained with extraordinary greenery and colorful flowers. This park is really less crowded and occasionally you will encounter some brides & grooms taking wedding photo shoot or photographers taking photos for their fashion models. Despite its beauty, it really is unknown to many. A good place to run with a peaceful mood.

 

I’ve completed my 5KM virtual run here. Nice weather, refreshing air, tranquil ambiance, natural healing to a stressful soul.

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Greenery is good for eyes, refreshing air is good for lungs, beautiful flowers are good for mood.

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Tall handsome trees blocking direct hot sunlights, leaving warm sunshine vitamin D for your healthy skin.

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Yes! This is a very beautiful place at Putrajaya Malaysia that shouldn’t be missed. Hey runners! Consider plan your next run here?

How to go to Taman Saujana Hijau Putrajaya?


By Car: follow the signs to Precint 11 then subsequently the route to Taman Saujana Hijau is indicated by the brown road signage.
By Bus: take the NadiPutra commuter bus #7 and #8 as they both head to Precint 11.

Admission: Free

Opening hours: 7am (best time to go) to 7pm (not suitable for night run). Avoid running in the afternoon due to hot sun.

What else can you enjoy here other than running?


1. Photography
2. Picnic
3. Other workouts like Yoga, walking, cycling.
4. Dating
5. Scenery painting
6. Family healthy outing
7. Budget travel
8. Read a good book
9. Friendship gathering
10. Best place to be alone and feel the calmness

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