Putrajaya Precint 2, 3 & 4 (sometimes referred as Putrajaya Boulevard) probably offer the most scenic ride in the Federal Government Administrative Centre with its 100m wide and 4km length road which is surrounded by various government agencies offices.
One of the most prominent building would be the Ministry of Finance. It has a unique shape which really stands out among the other building in Presint 2.
The other buildings which occupied Precint 2 which house the Custom Department, National Registration Department, Immigration Department and Putrajaya Holdings.
Precint 3 offers a few awesome buildings which offers a nice backdrop for those who has a keen interest in photography and architecture.
The Perbadanan Putrajaya complex has an interesting stainless steel arch structure which also functions as a link between the two adjacent buildings.
The Palace of Justice which replaces The Sultan Abdul Samad Building in KL as the new home for the Court of Appeal and Federal Court. Its architecture designs definitely took a cue from the Classical Islamic culture like Taj Mahal, Moorish culture and Western Classical influence.
The Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque or Iron Mosque is the second principal mosque in Putrajaya after the more well known Putra Mosque.
Some of the other buildings at Precint 4 which are adjacent to Precint 3 which house the Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Youth and Sport, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment just to name a few.
On the father end of the Precint 4, there are a few sky rise buildings which is rather unusual here.
The Attorney General's Chamber is located here. The building appears to be small as compare to the others just right behind it.
These newly opened buildings are now the head office for The Ministry of Rural and Regional Development, Ministry of Information, Ministry of Housing and Local Government & Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development