MalaysiaKuala Lumpur $$$$$ All Year Mostly Indoor
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Petronas Twin Towers

Twin skyscrapers soaring 451.9 meters into the sky, an iconic symbol of Kuala Lumpur. The towers represent Malaysian culture with Islamic patterns incorporated into the building’s façade and interior.

Visitors can view the city below from the 41st floor skybridge before ascending to the 86th floor observation deck for another perspective. The towers double as the entrance to multi-storey mall, Suria KLCC, and KLCC Park.

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Price

Adult: RM80 (USD$19.22), Child (<12): RM33 ($7.93), Seniors (>61): RM42 ($10.09), Infant (<2): Free

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Time Spent

1-1.5hours

Fitness level: Light effort

Hours

9am-9pm Tuesday-Thursday
9am-1pm, 2:30pm-9pm Friday
9am-9pm Saturday-Sunday

Look Around

Northwest side of Petronas Towers from ground levelNorthwest side of Petronas Towers from ground level
Skybridge connecting the 2 towersSkybridge connecting the 2 towers
View of Petronas Towers and surrounding skyscrapers from KL Tower observation deckView of Petronas Towers and surrounding skyscrapers from KL Tower observation deck
Petronas Towers during the day
Petronas Towers shrouded in thick fog from the KL Tower observation deckPetronas Towers shrouded in thick fog from the KL Tower observation deck
Slender steel spires atop Petronas Towers from the KL Tower observation deckSlender steel spires atop Petronas Towers from the KL Tower observation deck
Skybridge at nightSkybridge at night
Suria KLCC shopping mall at base of Petronas TowersSuria KLCC shopping mall at base of Petronas Towers

Who Will Like Petronas Twin Towers

Photography Whiz

Bring your tripod for magnificent exterior photos of the twin towers at night. Visit the skybridge and observation deck for panoramic views over the endless cityscape.

Bucketlist Bandit

Visit one of the most popular attractions in Kuala Lumpur and take a selfie at a not-so-secret photospot on the grass in front of the mall entrance. Visit the 86th floor observation deck and stand in one of the highest points in the city. 

Insider Tips For Petronas Twin Towers

Visit at night for views of endless city lights fading into the distance. Book tickets online in advance to secure your preferred time and date. 

It's free to walk through the shopping mall at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers.

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Where Is It

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Menara Berkembar Petronas, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

How To Get There

Car

RM5 for the first hour (USD$1.20) • Underground parking at Suria KLCC mall.

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Train (LRT line 5: Kelana JayaKJ10)

LRT station located in basement of Avenue K mall

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Train (Monorail line 8MR8: Bukit Nanas)

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Bus (Green lineStop 1)

Free Go KL City Bus

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Taxi

Drop off outside Suria KLCC main entrance.

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What To Bring

Do:
  • Camera for selfies and cityscapes. 
Don't:
  • Restricted items (see below)

Security checks at the entrance prevent the following restricted items: food & drinksbackpacks, large bags, shopping bags, strollers, tripods and selfie sticks. These are placed in free storage lockers and can be retrieved upon departure.

Tech & Photography

Wifi

Public wifi access: None

Photography

Photography allowed: Yes

Tripod allowed: No

Selfie sticks allowed: No

Best time to shoot: Blue Hour

Drones

Drones allowed: No

Bags

Backpacks allowed: No

Secured bag lockers available: Yes (free, required)

Food & Drink

Food and drink is not allowed on the skybridge or observation deck. Several resteraunts and cafes are located within the below Suria KLCC mall including fast food, international cuisines, and cocktail bars. 

Backstory

Construction on the 88-storey skyscrapers commenced in 1993 and involved the largest and longest concrete pour in Malaysian history. Upon completion in 1998, the towers held the record for the tallest buildings in the world. They were surpassed by Taiwan’s Taipei 101 in 2004.

Etiquette

Do:
  • Be respectful of other visitors and share the best photo spots. 
Don't:
  • Take too long in any spot as time allowance is limited.

Scorecard

Best Parts:
  • Panoramic views over the city, especially at night. 
  • Check-in process efficient and fast.
Could Be Better:
  • Expensive tickets compared to similar observation towers.
  • Short time allowance on skybridge and observation deck.
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