Petronas Twin Towers
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- Petronas Twin TowersMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsAdventure TravelersDec 29, 2013
The symbol of the nation (and intimately connected to the State oil wealth that ultimately makes the nation prosperous), the Petronas Towers are stunning, especially at night, fringed by palms and gawked at by countless tourists. It's a must-see, and the luxury shopping mall on the lower levels is a great place to escape the heat.Recommended for:
- Petronas Twin TowersMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Apr 06, 2014
Admission to get in is tricky. You can't purchase the tickets in advance and no more than 1,600 are issued per day. Make sure you get there early in the morning to get your ticket. I would suggest to go between the hours of 7-8 a.m. Don't go after the towers are opened otherwise you'll run the risk of the tickets being sold out.Recommended for:
- Petronas Twin TowersMar 16, 2013
Stunning architecture, the Petronas Towers are such a nice piece of arts, day time and night time. There's good chances you'll see them anywhere you stay in Kuala Lumpur as their lightning at night is so brilliant. You have the option to buy tickets to get up the towers and/or the bridge that link them, theses are available only in the morning and in limited quantity. The towers also hosts a food court and plenty of restaurants.
- Petronas Twin TowersMar 02, 2013
there are warm at outside, because malaysia is one of the tropical country. many people stay outside to take a picture with petronas tower. in fact petronas tower is one of the highest building or tower in the world. if your hotel's at bukit bintang or kuala lumpur you can go there with monorail. you just go to bukit nanas station. enjoy your trip. :)
- Petronas Twin TowersMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5Dec 29, 2013
Imposing structure that was the world's tallest for a number of years. The design of these towers is largely influenced by Islamic art motifs, thus paying homage to Malaysia's Muslim traditions while displaying modern architecture and construction.
The mall at the base of the towers is a good place to stay cool from the outside humidity and heat.
- Petronas Twin TowersFeb 15, 2013
The iconic twin towers are a must-see in KL. Whether you love architecture, shopping (there is a shopping mall located underneath with all the major brands), take a photo, go up and walk across the bridge for a 360 view (or feel like Catherine Zeta-Jones in Entrapment)...these towers are truly (at) the heart of this multi-cultural city. Not sure if worth the payment to go all the way to the top, but going up to walk across the bridge is free. You will want to get there early as there are only limited number of tickets given out per day.
- Petronas Twin TowersMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Dec 29, 2013
engineer marvel in the center of city. those towers stand on a big pedestal which is a mall, suria KLCC. the mall is great, they have a park to stroll and see the twin towers. it's best to see the towers on the afternoon.
- Petronas Twin TowersSep 27, 2012
This was the highlight of our KL trip. The Petronas Twin Towers are the tallest in the world right now. We took probably close to 500 photos black and white, Color Popping, Close range, Long distance. We went up in the tower to the observation deck. And we went to eat at Chili's. Also there is a shopping mall inside on the first 6 floors.
- Petronas Twin TowersMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 26, 2012
To me, this is THE place to visit when you're visiting Malaysia. It's amazing and breath taking this tower looks in person.
Tip: To get the best picture, walk through the mall, go around to the back where there's a pool & walk about 1 mile out so you can see the whole tower.
- Petronas Twin TowersMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 16, 2012
Get your tickets or don't get them at all. That was the advice I was given so I go there at 9am and was ready to head up for my afternoon tour. It's pretty cool as you get to walk the connecting bridge between the two towers. The towers are imposing from anywhere in the city and it's worth the trip to see center of what makes Malaysia's economic engine run.
- Petronas Twin TowersMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Jul 25, 2012
Also known as the twin towers of Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, the Petronas Twin Towers were finished in 1998. And from 1998 to 2004, they were the largest building in the world. The Burj-al-Khalif in Dubai is bigger, but Petronus is still the biggest twin-tower in the world. It was actually bigger than the World Trade Center. At night, it is majestic in it's beauty.
Open Hours:T-Su 9a-5p; Skybridge closed for Friday Prayer from 1p-2:30p; Closed Monday except on a Public Holiday
Phone:+60 3 2382 8000