Seri Perdana was officially opened in 1999. Visitors can have a peek at the official residence by booking a tour in advance.
Seri Perdana was officially opened in 1999. Visitors can have a peek at the official residence by booking a tour in advance. The architecture of the complex is quite similar to that of Perdana Putra. There are three different halls in the complex, namely the Banquet Hall, VIP Hall, and Meeting Hall. Of course, you need to visit other parts of the house too. This includes the North Garden, the main house of the Prime Minister, the South Garden, the Administration Office and the Quarters House.
Situated at Precinct 10, the official residence of the Prime Minister is a part of the country?s national heritage. Seri Perdana reflects a universal heritage with Malay, Islamic and European design elements. The Seri Perdana Complex is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia which is also used for welcoming heads of state, heads of government, state dignitaries and the public.
In line with the principle that Seri Perdana "belongs to the people", certain parts of the complex, namely the Protocol Block and Banquet Block, are open to the public. Visitors are required to abide to all rules laid out by the authorities issued from time to time. For more info visit official website Seri Perdana.