At a dizzying height of nearly 457.2 meters (1500 feet), the Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of 88-story buildings, were the ... More
Petronas Twin Towers
At a dizzying height of nearly 457.2 meters (1500 feet), the Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of 88-story buildings, were the world's tallest buildings until 2004. Apart from offices, these awesome towers also house a state-of-the-art concert hallthe Petronas Philharmonic Hall, home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestraas well as shopping arcades, restaurants, and a science museum. The designs on the towers are based on geometric patterns common in Islamic architecture. Special features of the towers include the double decker skybridge between the 41st and 42nd floors and double decker elevators. Admission is free, however tickets are limited and issued daily on a first-come-first-served basis.
A beautiful tower! I am so respect the architect designing that tower! It is a talent man!
Everything in there is okey ... goods is so diversified and fine. Some of them are high grade goods. Many stores had discount prize board (from 20% - 80%) but ... the prize is still high. Poor me! and I dont know If those goods had some problem where warranty, I must come back ... It is difficult for me! It is better when they have an international warranty!
On my last trip to KL I tried to go up to the top of the twin towers and found that one needs to book in advance. Now as I am trying to book I am amazed to see no reference to this on your website, and no advice on how to book except for a telephone number. Am I missing something here?
Also, what effect does the haze have in August and September? If one books what are the chances of getting a view?
I suppose this is typical of the incredible contrasts you get in Malaysia - part of its charm really. That you have to queue up for 30-45 minutes in the morning in a cramped environment to spend 10 minutes on the skybridge of one of the wonders of the modern architectural world! One tip for travellers who like to sleep in - you can pay a taxi-driver $30 ringgit an hour to queue for you (they even have a tick-box on the queue form for "taxi") - an apt metaphor for the way to do business here really...
it was a long time dream for me to go to this place for a memorable reasons and seeing it on net makes it not worthy than in actual viewing..i am personally inviting all tourist like me to take a break and make ur dream come true...ill go back to get my bonsai if it is still there....
I thought id never touch down this plaCE as it was my dream to come to malaysia and hoping to knock my door at one street there called Baru Wangsa Maju Setapak...it was these tower id really wanted to see long before and i am inviting all tourist lovers that ud better see these place..really a great sight..i hope to be back to get that bonsai near it i left sometimes ago...mmmmmmmm!
I love this place so much because it is very interesting with all of the facilities required had been the best.I really love to go back there and spend the whole time with my family.
I'M VERY GLAD TO HAVE A PLACE TO VISIT THAT IS KUALA LUMPUR,MALAYSIA!
Everything about our visit to Malaysia had an exotic feel about it....but the familiarity of a country where many spoke English or enough English so we didn't feel unable to communicate.
Hiring a driver for 20 ringits an hour (a little less than $5.00 US) allowed us to see the normal tourist trappings, but much more.
One place we saw was Petronas Towers. It was explained that they are built to look like ears corn and once I knew that, it was easy to see.
We made it up to a skywalk that goes between the two towers (I belive about the 45th floor) but the rest of the building was not open so that was as far as we could go, but even that was enough to be able to see the unique singularity of these buildings and whether they are the tallest buildings in the world or not....who cares? They were part of a wonderful experience!
superb! fantastic! exlent,what word i shuld use ? there is no words in world's any dictionory to explain what i felt that time. thiss is amezing construction, thanks to that person who made it. thank you sir!!!
The petronas twin towers were beyond man's wildest imagination as I can say because the stunning view of the massive towers reflects the hardwork of all malaysians who dedicated all their lives just to live in a peaceful and harmonius nation.
I recommend to those who wanted to visit this country, please do it as fast as possible because i will guarrantee you that it will be your most memorable day ever, visiting one of the most succsesful country on the planet.
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