The iconic Petronas Towers,
Malaysia, Western Malaysia
Info : The iconic Petronas Towers
In the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Twin Towers reach a dazzling height of 450 metres and are built in a postmodern architectural style. They remain the world’s largest twin towers even today, and it’s possible to admire the city from the very top floor, which makes the Petronas Towers a highlight of a visit to KL.
A sky bridge on the 41ST floor (almost halfway up to the top) connects the two towers and is available to visitors, but of course the pinnacle is a visit to the 86th floor. Whatever you decide, choosing the right time of day can make all the difference: a sunset visit on a clear day is rather stunning, and at night-time, the KL skyline is illuminated in a whole series of mesmerising colours. Perfect for sharing a special moment with your travel companion. Let us arrange a day or night-time tour of the Petronas Towers in tandem with other spectacular sights in Kuala Lumpur.
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