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The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers (Malay: Menara Petronas, or Menara Berkembar Petronas), are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)'s official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 when they were surpassed by Taipei 101. The Petronas Towers remain the tallest twin towers in the world.
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It was amazing visiting the Petronas towers. They are huge and stunning. Even the inside is amazing. Tourists are allowed to visit 2 specific floors by buying a ticket. But do remember to buy the ticket in advance as the tickets sell out quickly. You can buy tickets from their website and know the details.
It's exceptional... You can reach there easily. There is free bus line(green line) or you can reach by metro. Also there is shopping mall so you can spend time in there. There is a park next to towers and you can walk and sit there for a while for relaxing. If u wanna see there there a lot of roof bar available around the towers.
Two tall building which is Malaysia's icon & tallest building there. Below is a 5 storey huge mall with a lot of branded outlet. Outside is a huge park with a man made lake. They have musical fountains played during the night time. Best time to visit the park is after dinner around 8:00pm.
Great place for shopping and strolling. There is ISETAN food store on B1 floor. I got a delicious SUSHI lunch box 50% price off around 8pm. And here I also got a bottle of imported Japanese SAKE (rice wine) which is tasty but almost twice price in Japan🤤
The icon of not only Kuala Lumpur, but also Malaysia. A really great architecture. From evening the lights starts and it looks great. The observation deck in somewhat lower than KL tower as well as pricey. But overall great experience, be it from the deck or from the ground.
The two towers look surreal from below. Good shots can be made from either the front side at the main road or from the back through the park. Visiting the sky bridge and the spire will give you great views of Kuala Lumpur but you can only see one of the towers. For me the best time is around 1830 to go up. The sunset behind one of the towers look magnificent on a clear day. This time slot is also only for sale at the daily booking counter. You should be early sometimes up to 30 minutes during the season to be able to be among the first in the queue to be able to get them.
It deserves a visit if you plan to visit Kuala Lumpur. It's best to purchase the tickets online two weeks prior the visit because the place is crowded throughout the day. If you decide to purchase the tickets at the towers, there could be the risk to miss the visit. They could even tell you to come back hours later because there are no more tickets available. Inside the towers there is a big shopping mall and a few Formula 1 cars exposed. The first visit is the bridge and then you take the elevator to the last floor. There is also a service where they take pictures of you and then you decide whether you want to buy them or not. If you do, you can purchase the photos at the last floor. Make sure you go during sunset time so that you can also enjoy the view when it turns dark and, when you are done with the visit, you can go check out the colorful water fountains.
The infusion of so many cultures makes KL a travel Mecca of budget cuisine, hostels and activities. The must-see sights were the awe-inspiring Batu caves and the Gotham-like Petronas Towers. A very walkable city.
This place is amazing. You will enjoy it if you visit it after sunset. At the night all the fountains are on the lighting is really beautiful. The way this building reflect light is really amazing. This place is whilechair accessible and also good for the kids too.
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.
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.
One of the top tourist attraction in KL, everything is about it even all the majority of the souvenirs. Many people stand outside near the fountain to take good photos with the towers, however if you take a walk in the amazing park you will find many spots with clear shots of the towers specially at dark. Loved the park and the light show. The restaurants are good and there are enough choices to chose from. The shopping mall looked good and huge, however I wasn't interested in shopping so cannot right about it.
Legendary place of Kuala Lumpur. Most favourite attraction in Malaysia. This is a amazing landmark and if you go there at day time, you must go at the night time also. It's very beautiful at night with lights. But if you're planning to take a selfie you should have a good camera with or phone with good low light photo ability. There are many vendors with fish eye mobile lenses and i think their prices are reasonable. But be careful when you take out the money from your pocket or wallet.
It's the famous KL twin towers housing a large shopping mall with upscale options as well as simple goods - but here are a couple secrets for visitors: 1. There are a couple of great experiences outside the normal shopping choices including the science museum and an art gallery. 2. There is an underground walkway beneath the park that connects to a couple other malls and complexes that Google won't show. 3. The views from the windows facing the park make for some good experiences watching the water and light show in the evenings and help to avoid the crowds on foot. Aside from these, you can basically find anything you need from groceries to fashion from basics to high-end. The towers also house apartments and the famous walkway which you can purchase a viewing ticket to get some amazing photos from the bridge connecting the two.
This is a must see when in KL. I have been here twice now and it is beautiful building with a perfect view. Petronas Towers can be reached through the luxury shopping mall on the right hand side. You better order tickets online, otherwise you may need to go, buy a ticket for the preferred time, and come back again. The guided tours lead you to the sky bridge and to the top. They are informative and entertaining. The view from the top is simply breath taking. You will want to catch a clear day for this, not sure when is the best time of the year. May was pretty good for that.
There are many places to see and things to do in Kuala Lumpur (KL). You absolutely cannot/shouldn't miss seeing the towers up close and personal. Such elegant buildings and surrounded by a park but also in the middle of the city. I recommend going around 6pm, there was less of a crowd. You can get some great shots of the towers from the park across or the bank on the other side. Either way, stunning! I bought tickets online for a set time beforehand so I'm not sure if there's a line. We went up and it's very regimented and strict but there was plenty of time to take photos. We went up to the sky bridge as well as the observation deck on the 86th floor. It was a cool visit and it was pretty clear the day I went. The gift shop on the ground level was pretty good, prices weren't crazy. This is a must do in KL.
It’s a beautiful place to visit. If you want to go to the observation deck, book it about 2 to 3 days ahead of time. Tickets always sell out ahead of time. Personally, I thought it was very expensive for what you got to see. It’s a beautiful view, but you’re limited to 10 minutes. So I think it is a bit overpriced. Also, you’re going to be waiting in line for a while, so the earlier you get there, the better. There are a lot of nice stores inside. But the pictures from the bottom were good enough for us. If you’re looking for a 360 view that’s much higher up, visit the KL tower, as your view from the Petronas Towers is limited. In my opinion it’s way overrated. Super expensive for something that you don’t have much time to enjoy.
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.
There is a plethora of food choices here from. Local to western food and sane guys to its dessert. Food is tasty although not perfectly prepared. Service is good giving U the sauces U need not like other Western Food place hence upping the experience. Place is cozy and happening with live band at the smoking area at times. Expect a queue here.
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
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.