Built in 1995, this statuesque tower that reaches an imposing height of 421 meters is currently the fifth tallest in the ... More
Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower
Built in 1995, this statuesque tower that reaches an imposing height of 421 meters is currently the fifth tallest in the world. One of the distinctive architectural features of Menara Kuala Lumpur is a dome-shaped arch at every doorway on the upper ground floor, decorated with glass pieces that illuminate like giant diamonds. Visitors can enjoy a bird's eye view of the city from either the height of the observation deck or from the revolving restaurant. Check website for full details.
I agree that the view was breathtaking and I didn't see any sellers disturbing the tourists . We enjoyed our visit. It must be a once in a life visit. However. we found it difficult to find the place and reach it. When we got down from the monarail no body knew how to go there. We asked about the shuttle and people said there is nothing like that. Then we were directed through the jungle track . It took a long time and made us deadly tired. On way back we got the shuttle But it stopped halfway through and we had to walk more than a kilometer to the next monorail station in the night. Shuttle should be directed to a train or bus station otherwise tourists are stranded on halfway. The price for KL tower is 45 Ringits for adults and 30 for children. Don't mislead by the low amount mention in some websites
The view form the tower is breathtaking, they give you a portable MP4 player that guide you walking around the tower. There also telescope that can be used by visitor for free.
I saw the base jumper festival when I went there, it's very entertaining.
It was an excellent opportunity to view the city, especially the the Petronas towers at night. The ticketing staff was quite rude, I would even go as far to say they were condescending towards us. The place was dirtier than we expected. The vendors pushed and pushed to get us to buy their goods, very uncomfortable...wouldn't buy a thing from them. If you choose to eat at the revolving restaurant, plan ahead. We were told we needed to make reservations at least a week in advance. Heard the food was wonderful, but questioned this in our minds since the food is not prepared on site. It is prepared ahead and kept on warmers, price is high for this type of food. Overall, glad we went, the view is beautiful.
the aerial view from KL menara is the best view of the city. a free shuttle service runs every half hour from the main gates through the hilly forest to the menara entrance and back- saves the climb or the taxi fare. the last shuttle down is at 10PM. free audio tours are available at the observation deck.
I love the beautiful scenery of KL Tower. It looks a bit like a pineapple. When i was in my a apartment taking a view of KL Tower, some how i noticed that the tower is taller than Petronas Twin Towers! A few days later, my sibling told me that actually KL Tower is situated on top of the hill, while Petronas Twin Towers is situated on the ground. There's a bit of misunderstanding here. I hope tourists won't be too surprised!
The location is only 2 miles away from where i live and yes i can see it up close almost on a daily basis.
There is still much greenery around the Tower which i find very pleasing and welcoming as you travel up the road leading to the tower.
The Public Gallery on the top floor gives you a 360 view of Kuala Lumpur city. One can spend an entire hour just enjoying the view the tower presents.
F&B outlets are available at the base of the tower and the top floor houses a restaurant catering to fine dining experience.
I can visit it every month and feel like i am having a first experience with each visit
KL tower (menare KL) very exotic place in KL.
tower is 416 Meter. Resteurans is 294 meters. Two elevators in 1 minute go 294 meters. 360 degree view roll. Petronas and other city under your foot. Menare is centre of the KL.
What more to say? from the 235+ meters of the platform floor you can see everyhing in KL, also the not-so-far tropical forest!
If you're in good mood, try the park trail to reach the tower: good opportunities for bird-watching, but beware of snakes and scorpions!
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