Petronas Twin TowersCurrently Closed
- Address: Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +60-323318080
- Ticket Price: 85 MYR
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Landmark, View Point, Family And Kids, Tower, Architecture
Petronas Twin Towers - Review
There are many attractions within the towers. However, these are covered in other attraction posts. This post deals only with the observation deck and the sky bridge.
These buildings don't really need an introduction. Once upon a time they were the world's tallest man-made structures. Today they are still the tallest twin structures - 451.9 metres high. The iconic architecture is postmodern and Islamist.
This is the world's highest double-deck sky bridge as of 2015. It is located on the floors 41 and 42, 170 metres above the ground.
Not only do you get to look out at the city from its highest point, there is also a small exhibition center here, which narrates the tower's history.
Other attractions at the towers include:
- The Suria KLCC Mall
- The DewanFilharmonik
- Aquaria KLCC
- Petronas Art Gallery
- Petrosains Science Centre
Also, visit nearby attractions in the city which are covered in Kuala Lumpur itinerary 5 days.
Petronas Twin Towers Information
- Ticket counter on Concourse Level.
- The queues can be really long.
Petronas Twin Towers Ticket Prices
- Adult RM84.80
- Adult (MyKad) RM26.50
- Child RM31.80
- Child (MyKid) RM12.70
How To reach Petronas Twin Towers by Public Transport
- KLCC LRT station Yellow Line
- B103, BET 7, U29, U332
- B114 stop Exxon Mobil, Persiaran KLCC
Restaurants Near Petronas Twin Towers
- Starbucks cafe
- Shakey's Pizza
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Things to Know Before Visiting Petronas Twin Towers
95% of people who visit Kuala Lumpur include Petronas Twin Towers in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
71.95% of people start their Petronas Twin Towers visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Petronas Twin Towers
77.52% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Petronas Twin Towers
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Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur Reviews
Wonderful place to hang around. Evening light and water fountain is amazing. One of the best I have seen in south Asia. Amazing ambience in the night. It's important to book in advance if you wanted to go on top of the tower and its closed on Sundays. Well designed for catching public transport. Just cross the road you will find metro
Fantastic. The views were great We went at night fall so all the buildings were lit up. We had sufficient time in each of the zones. The walkway, observation deck and the shop. Numbers were managed so it did not fell over crowded. All the staff were friendly and helpful. Best buy the tickets before arrival to guarantee access. If I come back to KL I will definitely go up again but during the day. Highly recommended.
Such an amazing building. Best to see it both during day time and at night. We went about 5 o'clock and took some photos in the day from the front. Then browsed the shopping centre and had dinner. Then went out the back to the park at around 7:30 took some great photos and then saw the fountain show at 8pm. There are also shows at 9pm and 10pm. The show isn't that great but the park is pretty and relaxing to sit and have a good view of the towers. Makes for a really enjoyable evening.
Unfortunately the day that we visited Kuala Lumpur, the city was covered by a thick cloud of smoke, due to a big fire (the stupid human activity of burning the rain forest) happening in the neighbor country of Indonesia. It was so bad that the authorities were giving anti pollution masks for free. We left the hostel, and we found ourselves in a surreal world, where the visibility was incredibly scarce and ash was falling from the sky. It looked like a horror movie set. Very sad. Fortunately, by the time we reached the majestic Petronas Towers, the air condition got much better, and we were able to see them in all their splendor. Kuala Lumpur has an amazing skyline and ,for sure, is one of the favourite places to visit, for those who love modern architecture. If I'm not mistaken, they hold the title of the tallest twin towers in the world, and they are very easy to recognize due its unique shape. Two modern skyscrapers featuring an Islamic kind of architecture. A visit inside the complex was forbidden that day, still because of the haze. Hopefully soon we'll be back in KL so that we can do a proper tour of the towers. Even though we only saw them from outside, it was still an awesome experience! PS A special mention goes to the pyrotechnical show that the fountain in front of the towers offers. It happens every day, when the night comes, and it's very fun to watch.
Amazing Sight! Must see in KL! We decided to check the time of sunset and visit during both daylight and night, utilising the large public mall to the lower floors and nearby aquarium to pass the time. There is also a large green space to the back of the towers with fountains, a children's play area and paddling pools, providing a great place to walk in the city. Unfortunately we weren't able to go up the towers as we left it too late to book - so don't make the same mistake as us and book well in advance (over 3-5 days). Highly Recommended