Putrajaya is a planned city, 25 km south of Kuala Lumpur that serves as the federal administrative centre of Malaysia. The seat of government was shifted in 1999 from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya, due to overcrowding and congestion in the Kuala Lumpur area.
The streets are created luxuriously, designed with European-ish feels, along with firm roads while the government buildings are combination of contemporary architecture and since Kuala Lumpur is a dominant Muslim country it has a touch of Islamic arts. Commercial, authoritative and residential areas have been separated into precincts that harmonize to unify.
The Edo-Tokyo Museum (Edo Tōkyō Hakubutsukan) is housed in a rare looking building in the Ryogoku district. The museum's permanent exhibition illustrates in realistic way the past of Tokyo (known as Edo until 1869)
In an interactive way the museum uncover the Edo period through numerous models of towns, figurines and life-sized figures, the museum makes it more engaging to find out about how towns were constructed in the past.
And also the locals and the tourists will able to experience and learn about different angles of earlier Tokyo, such as the way of life of people, Edo Period architecture, cultural heritage, political climate, commercial situation and many more.