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Standing at 452 meters, Kuala Lumpur's Petronas Towers - comprising two tours - was the tallest building in the world until 2004. Here are some of the astonishing features that you can experience for yourself on your visit.
At the foot of the building is the KLCC Park, a 17-acre expanse of green used by joggers and city-dwellers to recharge their batteries. There's even a great fountain light show!
Counted among one of Malaysia's largest shopping malls, the Suria specializes in fancy foreign goods.
The Skybridge connects the two towers, making for an easy walk across the highest double-decker bridge in the world! Tickets are free, but only 1000 are available per day.
Go up 360 meters - the 86th floor - to the Petronas Towers' observation deck. The most spectacular view is at sunset, to see a pink-tinged view of Kuala Lumpur.
Although it boasts features like restaurants, the building is mostly used as an office housing the most high-scale Malaysian companies.
All year-round, except Mondays and national holidays.
Open from 9:00AM to 9:00PM. On Fridays, please note it's closed from 1:00PM to 2:30PM.
The nearest metro station is KLCC, on line KJ10. You can also ask a taxi driver to take you to Suria KLCC entrance.
You can enjoy the Petronas Towers as part of a wider visit to Kuala Lumpur - the Batu Caves are well worth a visit, too!
- When to visitOpen Tuesday through Sunday, 9:00AM to 9:00PM. Closed on Fridays 1:00PM to 2:30PM and on national holidays.
- What is the price?Free to view the building from outside, and to cross the Skybridge, but please note ticket restrictions and plan ahead!
- Will I need a guide?It is not necessary to have a guide.
- How to get thereThe closest metro station is KLCC on the KJ10 line, or a taxi can take you to the Suria KLCC entrance.
- Additional tips** Plan ahead to get tickets, as early morning queueing may be necessary*
What People Are Saying About Petronas Towers
Our guide, Murali, was excellent. He was very punctual. He showed us the sights and explained a lot of Malaysian history. We would definitely recommend this tour to anyone visiting Kuala Lumpur.
Great Service - tickets at reception when needed - made our life easy to see the P Towers and enjoy the amazing night views of the city
We booked the tickets on-line, better to be 15 minutes before. Good organized, fantastic. The steel and glass facade, Sky Bridge, Observation deck ....
Our visit to the Petronas Tiwers was excellent, staff were efficient, polite and highly professional. The whole experience was amazing particularly when we got to the highest public observation point. Breathtaking. In complete contrast KL Tower required an extra payment on arrival to climb to the top! In addition staff were uninterested in the needs of visitors more interested in eating noodles and chatting than ensuring the lifts were properly attended or in explaining anything about the building. In balance the draw of walking on the glass floor at the top of the KL doesn't justify the cost and the view back at the Petronas towers is the only reason to go up the KL Tower.
Good views over KL. Very polite and helpful staff. Lifts very small and crowded. If tickets purchased on site would have cost 85 rupees per person. We paid £60 to booking.com which is twice the price but tickets were delivered to hotel.