As I walking around the Botanical Gardens in Putrjaya I stumbled upon the The Moroccan Pavilion. It is designed to showcase the rich tradition of arts and architecture of Morocco, and the Moors. By the time I reached the interior of the pavilion, I was told that to enter the inner chambers I had to purchase a ticket, which I was fine with however the problem was you had to walk back to the car park which was about a kilometer away. I told myself that I’ll just come back next time to see the interior of this Moroccan pavilion.

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  1. Hi there! Nice photos. Just wanted to check with you, did you have to pay to take photos at the Moroccan Pavilion in Putrajaya? Is photography allowed? Thanks! 🙂

    • Hi Sharon,

      Thank you for the compliment :D. No payment needed to take photos of the pavilion, the only thing you need to pay for is to gain access to the interior section of the Moroccan Pavilion. Make sure you purchase the ticket near the carpark or you will end up walking back and forth. I hope that helps.

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