Nasyrul Quran is a leading integrated Quranic printing centre in the Southeast Asian region developed on 5.514 acres of land at Presint 14, Federal Territory of Putrajaya. The total cost of the project is RM60 million for the purpose of building and purchasing print machines assisted by the Government through the Ministry of Finance of Malaysia (MOF) and Federal Territory Islamic Religious Council (MAIWP). The complex was built for the pursuit of the country's noble aspirations to have a world-class and second-largest Quranic production centre.
"Nasyrul Quran" is inspired from the Arabic word meaning "The spread of the Qur'an". It provides an overview of this complex function as a center for the spread of the Qur'an beginning from the field of research, printing, interpretation, multilingual translation, publication and subsequent distribution of the Quran. In addition, this centre will also be a place for visitors from all around the world. It will also be a new landmark of Islamic arts, Qur'an centre, and wonders of Malaysia and Putrajaya in particular.