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Seri Bistari Bridge, Precinct 2, Putrajaya

Seri Bistari Bridge, PutrajayaSeri Bistari Bridge, Putrajaya (6 June, 2004)

Seri Bistari Bridge (GPS: 2.92509, 101.6982), of Jambatan Seri Bistari, often also written Seri Bestari Bridge, is a bridge that connects Precinct 2, the Mixed Development Precinct, with Precinct 16 in Putrajaya. It was completed in 1999, and carries Lebuh Bestari across.

Its prime location makes the Seri Bistari Bridge a part of the protocol route. It is only 153 metres in length, and has articulated railings that matches the promenade design.

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