Petronas Twin Towers
Kuala Lumpur City Centre is a must visit place in Kuala Lumpur. It is one of Malaysia’s biggest and best attractions. KLCC offers Petronas Twin Towers, which are the tallest twin towers in the world. Just like the Eiffel Tower is the landmark of Paris, The Petronas Twin Towers are the landmark of Kuala Lumpur.
The towers were designed by an Argentine architect named César Pelli. A distinctive postmodern style was chosen to create a 21st-century icon for Kuala Lumpur. The towers underwent seven years of construction and completed in the year 1999.
Beside the towers, there is a park with lush green gardens for everyone to enjoy. There are playground and public swimming pool for the kids too. The family with kids would find the park a perfect place to spend time with the children.The highlight of the park is the magnificent dancing fountains at the manmade Lake Symphony.The best time to catch the show is at night.
The visitors will have the opportunity to gain entry to the towers’ observation deck and Skybridge if they purchase the tickets. The skybridge that connects the tower A to tower B is the world’s highest double-decker bridge. The view from the observation deck and the Skybridge are simply amazing.
Petronas Twin Towers is accessible by public transportation. The nearest one is the KLCC LRT station. There are bus stops for free bus service GoKL, Hop On Hop Off bus and bus U26.
Image by: Maher Najm
For the Observation deck and the Skybridge.
Tuesday- Sunday: 9.00 a.m – 9.00 p.m
For the observation deck and the skybridge
Adult (13 – 60 years)
without MyKad: RM80.00
with MyKad: RM28.00
Child (3 – 12 years)
without MyKad: RM33.00
with MyKad: RM14.00
Senior Citizen (61 years & above)
without MyKad: RM42.00
with MyKad: RM14.00
Infant (below 2 years old)
Hear from others
I must admit, it was pretty spectacular from the top, even if I did stand back for a little while summing up the courage to move closer to the windows. When I did, I looked out for awhile before I actually looked down, when I looked down It felt pretty strange to be looking at the tops of other high rise buildings! The architecture inside the building was just as stunning as from the outside with corners and curves representing Islamic art.