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Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC)

By on April 26, 2023

The world renowned Petronas Twin Towers, one of the Malaysia’s most famous icons located at the heart of KLCC. The 88th-storey mega tall held the title as the tallest buildings in the world until 2004, it was surpassed by the next mega structure, the Taipei 101. The skybridge on the 41st floor provides breathtaking views of the city and an excellent viewing platform below from its altitude of 4519 meters (1,483 feet).

The Petronas Twin Towers also called ‘Menara Berkembar Petronas’ (Malay) internationally recognized as the symbol of Kuala Lumpur remained the tallest building in Malaysia until 2019 surpassed by the ‘Exchange 106’. The Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which is 828 meters tall and has been designated a Mega tall since 2010, is now the highest structure in the world.

With a steel and glass façade typical of the future and a classically decorated interior.

The iconic structure of Petronas Twin Towers from all directions.

View of Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge on 41st floor links the twin towers symbolizes a gateway to the future while staying true to its heritage.

The 14 photos presented here were all captured by me during our seven-day trip to Malaysia’s tourist hotspots. KLCC is the perfect spot for both inside and outdoor photography.

Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC) Ticket Counter

My two girls and my sister Ann had a wonderful time on our vacation around Malaysia; it was a journey that will not soon be forgotten and we all wish to return there again soon.

Observation Deck

Stunning views from the Observation Deck.

Taken from the Observation Deck, the 86th floor of tower 2.

KLCC Park taken from the Petronas Towers Observation Deck.

Kuala Lumpur is a diverse and vibrant metropolis that is home to several internationally recognized landmarks. Travel to Malaysia and enjoy a wide variety of exciting experiences.

I couldn’t pay a visit to my fellow bloggers and friends while I was there due to the rainy weather, which prevented me from getting in touch with them. I’m going to miss my friends there, but I promise to come back and the first thing I’m going to do is visit all of them once I get there.

Soon to be posted on the blog will be descriptions of exciting new adventures, stunning new images, and recollections of past ones in Malaysia.

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