Places of Interest

FOX Hotel in Cyberjaya is a trendy integrated commercial and lifestyle development. This modern hotel in Cyberjaya Selangor is linked to the DPulze Cyberjaya Shopping Centre -one of the largest malls in the area. Looking for things to do in Cyberjaya? Here are just a few of our top picks of Cyberjaya attractions in the area.
 

DPulze Shopping Mall

Fox Lite Hotel DPulze Cyberjaya is linked to the DPulze Shopping Centre, putting a range of entertainment, shopping, and dining options just steps from your hotel room. The mall brings together everything one would need – making it the go to place of this growing township.
 

Cyberjaya Lake Garden

Cyberjaya Lake Garden is among the top attractions in the city. Drop by for a place to relax, rejuvenate and admire the nature in Cyberjaya city. Visitors will find facilities like boardwalk, children’s playground, fitness station and a lookout tower to suit activities like bird-watching, fishing, cycling or jogging. 
 

Putrajaya Mosque

Putrajaya Mosque named after the first Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tunku Abdul Rahman, the beautiful Putra Mosque was completed in 1999. Bring a camera along to capture the beautiful art as well as the wonderful scenery around the mosque. The vast compound outside the mosque provides a good spot for some family activities in the evening. You can skateboard, fly kites, ride a bicycle or go for a jog. When you’re done with the mosque, head to Dataran Putra which offers a great vantage point of the Perdana Putra complex. If you’re hungry, check out the many food stalls located next to the lake. There’s free WiFi around the mosque, too.


Tamarind Square

Tamarind Square is the reinvention of the traditional Malaysian shop-office, the modern-day mall, and the Asian village square. Known as the one of the most Instagram friendly places in Malaysia, Tamarind Square offers a variety of dining options, event spaces and a huge bookstore named BookXcess. 


Water Activities at Marina Putrajaya 

Marina Putrajaya is one of the attractions for leisure and recreation in Putrajaya which offers a wide range of services to public especially communities in Putrajaya and its surrounding. Marina Putrajaya is the only facilities in Putrajaya that acts as the ‘one-stop recreation center’ that is open for public. Visitors can find facilities such as swimming pool, gymnasium, aerobic studio, steam bath room and sauna room all under one roof.


Putrajaya Wetlands 

Grab your binoculars and flock down to Putrajaya Wetlands Park for a day of birdwatching! As one of the largest man-made freshwater wetlands in the tropics, the Putrajaya Wetlands is made up of the Wetlands Park and the wetland areas. It is also recognised by UNESCO as an Ecohydrology Demonstration Site, a place where researchers can observe the interactions between water and the ecosystems. The wetlands has a high rate of biodiversity due to its unique ecosystem
 

Cruise Tasik Putrajaya 

The Cruise Tasik Putrajaya serves to complement the city’s tourism appeal, allowing visitors to see and marvel at the stunning sights and more than 20 Putrajaya landmarks from a unique perspective. Set sail with CTP and enjoy the magnificent view that includes the iconic Putra Mosque, Seri Wawasan Bridge and Perdana Putra (Prime Minister’s office). They offer sightseeing tours on board our traditional handcrafted perahu (gondola) as well as air-conditioned cruise boats with dining option. CTP boats are specifically designed and built with wraparound windows arching from armrest level to the ceiling, allowing passengers clear and unobstructed view of the lake in luxurious comfort. As the boat cruises past the many stunning Putrajaya landmarks, you are welcome to hop over to the decks and feel the wind brush against your face
 

Gem-in Mall

Gem-in Mall offers a plethora of eateries and shopping options from souvenirs and branded clothes to the latest gadgets. 
 

Nearby International Universities

FOX Lite Hotel DPulze Cyberjaya is well located near to International Universities such as Multimedia University (MMU) and Limkokwing University.