If you have got your Malaysia Visa and decided on your Malaysia tour package, it is now time to know more about some of the popular tourist spots in the country. Every Malaysia itinerary will undoubtedly take you through famous spots like Georgetown in Penang, the Langkawi islands, the Batu Caves, Petronas Twin Towers and so many other must-visit places.

Out of all the places, the Petronas Twin Towers can be tagged as the most visited or most famous tourist spot in Malaysia, receiving thousands of visitors everyday to take in the beauty of this architectural marvel and the view that it provides.

The Petronas Twin Towers:

Petronas Twin Tower
Petronas Twin Towers
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Thana Gu

The Petronas Twin Towers, the Petronas Identical Towers, Menara Petronas or the KLCC Twin Towers are a set of skyscrapers towering over the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. Each of the towers has a height of 451.9m. This made them the tallest towers in the world from 1998 to 2004, after which the title was overtaken by Taipei 101 in Taiwan. However, the Petronas Twin Towers still hold the record for being the tallest twin towers in the world.

These towers are easily recognisable as they are featured in almost every Malaysia tourism advert and also in many Hollywood and Bollywood films like Don: The Chase Begins, Independence Day: Resurgence, the US TV series 24, etc. apart from the towers there are other attractions around like the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas Concert Hall, KLCC Suria Mall, Sky Bridge, and much more.

An Architectural Marvel:

Marvelous Architecture of Petronas Twin Tower
Marvelous Architecture of Petronas Twin Tower
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Izuddin Helmi Adnan

The Petronas Twin Towers are owned by KLCC Holdings Sdn Bhd. The majestic tall towers are designed by Cesar Pelli, an architectural hero of Asia. Since Islam is an influential religion in Malaysia, the towers are an amalgamation of modern architecture as well as Islamic architectural style. The scalloped appearances and delicate appearances designed with steel and glass facades contribute to the elegance of the structure. Both towers are connected by a double-decked sky bridge. Tower 1 houses offices including the Petronas headquarters while Tower 2 is open for visitors.

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Touring the Twin Towers:

Petronas Twin Tower's Skybridge
Petronas Twin Tower’s Skybridge
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Aneta Pawlik

An organised tour of towers includes a visit to the SkyBridge, the Observation Deck and the gift shop. Each tour is approximately 45 mins and visitors are required to reach there 15 mins prior. All the visitors are given blue ID cards for identification purposes. Once the group is advised on the safety protocols, an elevator takes you to the Skybridge. The Skybridge is 170 metres from the ground and sits on the 41st floor. Here, you can stay for 10 mins to enjoy the view and take several pictures. The bridge on the 42nd floor is not accessible on the tour.

Petronas Twin Towers Observation Deck
Petronas Twin Towers Observation Deck
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Magic Orb Studio

The next stop on the trip is to the Observation Deck on the 86th floor of the towers. The deck provides a breathtaking 360-degree aerial view of the city and it is 370 metres above ground level. Here the visitors get about 20 mins to click the gram-worthy photos and enjoy the serene view of the world beneath. The tour ends with a final visit to the gift shop.

Attractions around the Towers:

KLCC Park Across the Famous Petronas Twin Towers
KLCC Park Across the Famous Petronas Twin Towers
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Waleed Khalid

A leading location for classical music, the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas Concert Hall, situated between the towers is a worthy stop. It is home to the Malaysian Orchestra. The KLCC Park was designed by the Brazilian architect Roberto Burle Maxx with the aim of letting the world be more sensitive and educated on the importance of Mother Nature. There is so much natural beauty as well as man-made structures like cemented statues and water fountains. There is also the KLCC Mall which has several brands and a good spot to shop and enjoy some authentic Malay cuisine.

Timings and Fares:

Patronas Twin Tower
Patronas Twin Tower
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Lloyd Alozie

The Petronas Twin Towers are open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday. Access is closed on Mondays, Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Aidiladha.

Access Timings: 10 AM-6 PM. (Last admissions at 5:30 PM)

Fares: Infants(below 2 years) – Free
Children(3-12) – RM 33
Adults(13-60) – RM 80
  Senior Citizens(Above 60) – RM 42

How to reach the Twin Towers:

Public Transport in Kuala Lumpur
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Deva Darshan

The Petronas Twin Towers are located in one of the prime locations of Kuala Lumpur, so reaching here is convenient.

  • Take a cab from wherever you are and it will drop you at the entrance of the KLCC Suria Mall.
  • Take an LRT to the KLCC LRT station, which again drops you at the KLCC Mall.

From the mall, you can walk to the towers easily.

Hope all this information would help you have a better experience on your holiday in Malaysia. Do let us know which other famous tourist destinations we should cover next. Gear up to catch your flight to Malaysia as soon as possible.

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