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.
i did not like because it wasn't high enough make it higher and i will come back, and the food was also awful to the air conditioner was sooo hot the elevator made me sick all i liked was the nice room service but everything else was awful, gross pleaze change it and i will come back...
The place is nice but to have a look above the twin towers you have to go only from mon - thurs. Weekends not permitted to go back to catch the view of K.L
The shopping is expensive, even going to the loos cost us RM 2. Once is enough.
Well, yes, I suppose if you're in KL you should check this out. But you don't even get to go all the way to the top - just as high as the connecting bridge. So while it is a great view it's pretty disappointing.
Petronas Twin Towers which is located at the KLCC is a very interesting place to visit. U can see the beautiful twin towers from the park, or u can go up to the twin tower's skybridge for free! and if u like shopping, u can find a great at mall at the lower level of the towers. beautiful place.
i didnt come up to see the view coz the wait was quite long. so i just looked up from the outside and the towers were magnificent against the starry night sky. man always seems to reach for the heavens. the feat was unbelieveable and amazing. the viewing at the top should be reviewed again. the wait is boringly long and the viewing is rudely short. please its not quite fair.
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?
a perfect place for leisure, shopping or even the best water park for kids.besides that, also the best place to taste the authentic local and asian foods.During the sales period, the price were so amazing!especially at the departmental store.
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