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Is the Petronas Towers Skybridge Worth Visiting?

How many of you can say that you have explored all of the tourist attractions in your own hometown? And how many Malaysians can say that they have actually been on the Skybridge of the Petronas Twin Towers?

klcc skybridge visit

While tourists from all over the world flock to the Twin Towers every day to admire this architectural marvel, I had worked there (literally inside the building) for over a decade and yet had never once been on the skybridge or the top floor.

That’s just how it is in life, isn’t it? We take for granted things that we see every day, thinking that they will always be there, and that there will always be time.

It was only recently when my guest from Denmark asked me to take him there and offered to pay for my ticket that I finally joined the ranks of those before me who had set foot on the world’s highest skybridge .

Fun Facts About the Petronas Towers

  • The Petronas Twin Towers stand at a height of 452 meters and have 88 floors, with an observation deck on the 86th floor.
  • For 6 years, the Petronas Twin Towers held the title of the tallest buildings in the world until 2004, when they were surpassed by the Taipei 101 in Taiwan. However, they are still the tallest twin towers in the world , and may remain so for a while as there are currently no proposal for higher twin towers.

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  • The construction was completed in only 4 years (1994 – 1998), with an average speed of one floor every 4 days . To expedite the process, two construction consortiums (Japanese and Korean) were hired to build the two towers at the same time, one for each tower.
  • The total construction cost of the Petronas towers is approximately USD 1.6 billion .
  • Each tower weighs 300,000 tons , which is equivalent to 42,857 elephants.
  • The towers have a total of 32,000 windows .
  • Petronas (short for Petroliam Nasional ) is the Malaysian national petroleum company that owns the towers. The company uses the whole of Tower One as their headquarters, while Tower Two is rented out to various international companies including Microsoft, IBM, Bloomberg, and Reuters.
  • The Twin Towers are more popularly known among the locals as KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Center).
  • The Petronas Twin Towers have been featured in multiple international films, including the 1999 film  Entrapment  featuring Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta-Jones, Bollywood film Don , Chinese action film Viral Factor , and Hollywood sci-fi film  Independence Day 2 .
  • In 1999, Austrian skydiver  Felix Baumgartner  claimed the world record for the highest parachute jump from a building when he leapt off the Petronas Twin Towers.

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About the KLCC Skybridge

On the 41st and 42nd floors, a double-deck Sky Bridge connects the two towers. The bridge is 58.4 metres long and weighs 750 tons. At a whopping height of 170 metres from the ground, it is the highest two-story skybridge in the world.

The skybridge is deliberately designed to only be partially attached to the main building. This is to give enough room for small movements during strong winds and storms, effectively preventing it from breaking away from the towers.

klcc skybridge visit

It took three days and two attempts to lift the skybridge to its current position. During the first attempt, the crane that was lifting it was short-circuited by a thunderstorm. As a result, the bridge was left hanging in the air until the crane could be fixed.

Aside from providing visitors with excellent views of the city from above, the skybridge also serves an escape route to aid evacuation in the event of a fire or an emergency in one tower.

KLCC Skybridge Entrance Fees

I remember not too long in the past… okay, maybe about a decade ago, visiting the KLCC Skybridge was completely free of charge. Although free, that didn’t mean you could come and go as you pleased.

Since there was a limit to the number of people allowed on the bridge at any one time, you had to queue for a time slot. So, people would start queuing very early in the morning to secure a slot (which might be later in the day, in which case they’d have to come back at the appointed time).

As the queue got longer each day and people started to grumble about the long waits, the powers that be finally saw it fit to shake things up.

Now, everyone has to pay to go to the Skybridge.

On the plus side, you can now book in advance (either at the counter or online), choose your own time slot, and no longer have to queue!

MALAYSIAN  (with MyKad / MyKid)

  • Adult (13 – 60 y.o.):   RM35
  • Senior Citizen (61 y.o. and above):  RM17
  • Child (3 – 12 y.o.):  RM17
  • Infant (2 y.o. and below):  FREE
  • Adult (13 – 60 y.o.):  RM98
  • Senior Citizen (61 y.o. and above):  RM50
  • Child (3 – 12 y.o.):  RM50

Best Time to Go to KLCC Skybridge

Weather-wise, you simply have to count on your lucky stars. Kuala Lumpur doesn’t have any distinct season — it just rains any time it likes. So, if you’re going to walk to the Twin Towers, make sure you bring an umbrella or raincoat, regardless of what the weather forecast tells you.

Will rain ruin your Skybridge experience?

In a way, yes, if you wish to enjoy clear views of the city. But it can also be a cool experience to witness heavy rains and thunderstorms from that high up. I took this photo from the viewing deck right before it rained. The gloomy weather gave it an imposing look:

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KLCC Skybridge Visiting Hours

Tuesday – Sunday  (incl. public holidays):  9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Last admission at 8:30 p.m.

Monday: CLOSED (except public holidays or replacement public holiday on Monday)

How to Get to KLCC Skybridge

Standing tall in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Towers are impossible to miss.

You can reach the Twin Towers via Jalan Ampang, Jalan P. Ramlee, and Jalan Kia Peng. Note that the tunnels at Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Tun Razak, and the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway (AKLEH) are also directly connected to the towers’ parking bays.

By Public Transports

The Twin Towers are also well-connected by public transport (the nearest LRT station is  KLCC Station ) and there are several bus lines that stop there, including the GOKL free bus (Green Line). If you’re from Bukit Bintang, you can take the elevated walkway to the Twin Towers, which will take you about 15 minutes on foot.

KLCC Skybridge Ticketing Counter

From Suria KLCC, take the central bubble lift to Ground floor, then head to the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas (Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra) Lobby and take the escalator down one floor to the Petronas Twin Towers Visit Operations.

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What to Expect on the KLCC Skybridge

Ticket collection.

If you booked through the official website, you can collect your ticket at the counter. However, if you booked through other booking apps, you can choose to either have it delivered to your hotel, or meet the representative at an agreed time and place.

We booked our tickets through  Klook , and collected them from our agent who met us at the Petronas Twin Towers main entrance. It was a pretty seamless process.

The Skybridge

At our appointed time slot, we made our way to the ticketing counter where we validated the tickets and left our bags at the luggage drop-off area. Then, we took the elevator up.

The 45-minute guided tour began at the Skybridge on the 41st floor where we stood 170 metres above street level. Our guide explained to us the purpose of the skybridge, as well as some interesting facts about the towers.

klcc skybridge visit

Then, we were allowed 10 minutes to spend on the bridge. It may sound outrageous to pay close to RM100 (or queue for hours) just to get 10 minutes on the bridge, but yes, 10 minutes is all you’ve got.

Anyway, there really is nothing much you can do on the bridge except walk across and back, and look down at the scenery, so 10 minutes should suffice.

klcc skybridge visit

Is it scary to walk on the Skybridge?

Despite my fear of heights, I felt very comfortable on the bridge. I imagine it must be scary for those whose phobia is more extreme than mine. But I can assure you that the bridge feels sturdy under your feet. It doesn’t shake or vibrate like a hanging bridge. And it’s also wide enough, so that you can stay in the middle and not have to look down over the railing if you don’t want to.

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Observation Deck (86th Floor)

klcc skybridge visit

After that, you’ll go up to the Observatory Deck on the 86th floor, which is 370 metres above the ground.

Here, you’ll get a spectacular close-up view of the opposite tower, as well as a panoramic vista of Kuala Lumpur cityscape.

Telescopes with a view range of 7 – 8 kilometres are available at your disposal, so make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to peek through those powerful lenses.

The 86th floor also houses state-of-the-art exhibits, where visitors will get a hands-on learning experience through interactive Augmented Reality (AR) screens. Just hover your hand over the screens to discover more about the building’s structure, history, and more.

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Digital Displays (83rd Floor)

klcc skybridge visit

Other Things to Do at Petronas Towers

Apart from the Skybridge visit, here are some other things you can do at the Petronas Twin Towers:

  • Enjoy a stroll or a jog at the KLCC Park . It has a 1.3 km rubberized jogging track, a children’s wading pool, and a playground. 
  • Watch the nightly musical fountain show at Lake Symphony .
  • Shop till you drop at Suria KLCC — a large shopping mall (140,000 square metres) occupying the podium of the towers.
  • Dine at the many eateries inside and around the premise that cater to all budgets.
  • Learn about petroleum science in a fun and interactive way at Petrosains .
  • Browse through thousands of books at Malaysia’s biggest bookstore, Books Kinokuniya. Bibliophiles, take note!
  • Watch a concert at the Petronas Philharmonic Hall .
  • Watch a movie at TGV Cinemas .
  • Contemplate local contemporary art for free at the Petronas Art Gallery .
  • Marvel at marine life at the underground oceanarium, Aquaria KLCC.

The Verdict: Is KLCC Skybridge Worth Visiting?

The answer to this question depends on a few things:

First of all, if RM100 (USD 20) is nothing much to you, then go for it. After all, you’ll be standing on the world’s highest skybridge and tallest twin towers. That’s quite something.

klcc skybridge visit

Secondly, if you’re the type of traveler who simply  has  to try all the “bucket-list things” in every place that you visit, or if you’re an acrophile who must go to the top of any tall building / structure / mountain you encounter, then this is something you’d truly appreciate. Besides, the Petronas Twin Towers aren’t just  any  building. They are one of the most iconic in the region.

However, if skyscrapers don’t thrill you much, or if you’re a budget traveler strapped for cash, then you might find better use for your money.

I personally don’t find skyscrapers all that exciting. But these particular ones have a special meaning to me, being one of the country’s biggest accomplishments and my workplace for the past 10 years.

As a Malaysian, I find the RM35 fee quite reasonable. And I think every Malaysian should try this experience at least once in their lifetime.

Additional Info on KLCC Skybridge

  • Keep in mind that tickets are only available at the official ticketing counter, on their official website, and on authorized booking apps such as Klook , Get Your Guide, and Viator . Don’t be fooled by touts or any unscrupulous online offers.
  • Tickets sold are not refundable or transferable.
  • To make the experience more inclusive, all their Customer Relations Officers have been professionally trained to provide proper assistance for the elderly and people with mobility impairment. Complimentary wheelchairs are available for use on a first-come-first-served basis. There are also wheelchair-accessible toilets.
  • Children below the age of 12 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
  • The management reserves the right to reschedule or cancel visits without prior notice.
  • The management reserves the right to refuse entry to any visitor(s).
  • Eating, drinking, chewing gum, and smoking are not allowed during the visit.
  • All baggage and personal items MUST go through the security scanning machine.
  • Visitors shall at all times obey the signs and notices displayed in the premise, and the instructions of the officers.
  • The management may remove any visitor who behaves in an indecent, unruly, or disruptive manner or pose any kind of danger or discomfort to other visitors.

Where to Stay Near Petronas Towers

In Kuala Lumpur, it doesn’t really matter where you stay — as long as you’re somewhere with an easy access to the metro station, you can get to the Petronas Twin Towers with no problem.

But if you prefer staying closer, here are some of the accommodation options that are within 1 kilometre from the Twin Towers:

The Bed KLCC   – Inspired by Japanese capsule hotels , this minimalistic accommodation offers beds with a little more privacy than regular hostels. Private rooms are also available. The Bed KLCC comes with free WiFi, shared bathrooms with hot shower and fresh towels, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage space, and a communal area with complimentary coffee/tea all day long. From MYR 53 (USD 13) for a Single Pod in a Mixed Dormitory Room or MYR 75 (USD 18) for a Private Single Room with shared bathroom.

Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur – Located in KLCC Park, Traders Hotel enjoys direct access to the Petronas Twin Towers with a free buggy service to cover the short distance (about 3 minutes’ walk). Its famous Sky Bar on the top floor has a swimming pool and offers the best unobstructed view of the Twin Towers. Room rates from MYR 273 (USD 66) for a Deluxe Room.

Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur – This 5-star hotel is as close as you can get to the Twin Towers as it is situated right next to them. Each room is equipped with a Smart TV, a Bluetooth radio, and a luxurious marble bathroom with separate shower and bathtub. Facilities in the property include an infinity pool, an indoor golf area, tennis courts, a fitness center, a spa, and 10 award-winning restaurants. From MYR 522 (USD 127) for a Deluxe Twin Room with City View, inclusive of breakfast.

And there are literally hundreds more hotels, serviced apartments, and Airbnb’s near the Petronas Twin Towers. Click here to see them all.

Have you ever been on the Skybridge of Petronas Twin Towers? What did you think about it? Share your experience in the comments below.

Petronas Twin Towers Visit (KLCC Skybridge)

Address: Lower Ground (Concourse) Level, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur.

Telephone:  +603 2331 8080

Fax:  +603 2331 1723

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How to Visit the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur

Julie Last updated: July 11, 2023 Malaysia 10 Comments

How to Visit the Petronas Towers

The main reason we visited Kuala Lumpur was to see the Petronas Towers.  We have an affinity for visiting the world’s tallest buildings and our list would not be complete without climbing the Petronas Twin Towers.

We flew here from Singapore, just a short, cheap flight away, and stayed in Kuala Lumpur for two days. This is just enough time to visit the Petronas Towers and to get a quick taste of the city.  Kuala Lumpur is a great destination for budget travel, with cheap food and accommodations, and cheap airfare to many other cities in Asia.  Our visit to Kuala Lumpur was the perfect, quick stop for our tour through Asia.

Our Visit to the Petronas Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers were the tallest towers in the world from 1998 until 2004, when Taipei 101 in Taiwan was built.  These towers remain the world’s tallest twin towers today.  The Skybridge that connects the two towers is the highest two story bridge in the world.  The Petronas Twin Towers are designed with a steel and glass façade resembling motifs from Islamic art, Malaysia’s primary religion.

These towers are a symbol of Kuala Lumpur, along with the nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower, another icon of the city.

Petronas Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers are a popular tourist attraction, receiving thousands of visitors almost everyday.  Visiting the towers is a very organized event, as tourists are shown the Skybridge, the Observation Deck, and of course the infamous gift shop.

Ticket sales open at 8:30 am. We purchased tickets for the first entry of the day, at 9 am, and were given blue lanyards to wear, a way of color coding visitors according to their sightseeing group. After a safety briefing from a hologram, we were herded into the hottest elevator ride ever for a trip up to the Skybridge.

At the Skybridge, we had ten minutes to enjoy the views and take our photos. The Skybridge sits 170 meters off of the ground on the 41 st floor of the towers.

Skybridge Petronas Towers

Next, we rode a second elevator up to the Observation Deck on the 86 th floor.  Here we had about fifteen minutes to enjoy these views.  We had a 360 degree view over Kuala Lumpur on a very hazy day.  My favorite view was across to tower #1.

Petronas Towers View

After viewing Kuala Lumpur from the Observation Deck, our group was taken back to the ground floor with a final visit to the gift shop.  The entire visit took forty-five minutes.

For us, this visit was an enjoyable way to get a bird’s eye view over Kuala Lumpur.  We love visiting the world’s iconic towers, especially those that were the tallest in the world at some point in their existence.

How To Visit The Petronas Twin Towers

 To purchase tickets online directly from the Petronas Twin Towers website and get updated hours and pricing, click here .

The visit takes forty-five minutes. Check in fifteen minutes before your scheduled time.  Ticket prices include the Skybridge, Observation Deck, and gift shop.

What To Do Before or After Visiting the Petronas Towers

Go shopping or watch a move at the Suria KLCC Shopping Centre .   This shopping mall complex is located at the base of the Petronas Towers and offers upscale shopping, lots of restaurants, and a movie theater.  It is a beautiful, modern mall with something to do or see for everyone.

Suria KLCC

If climbing towers is your thing, don’t miss the Kuala Lumpur Tower, also known as Menara Kuala Lumpur .   Built in 1995, it does not share the popularity or stand as tall as the Petronas Twin Towers, but it does give a different perspective of the city.  There are several options of visiting here: eat dinner at the revolving restaurant or pay to see the city from the Observation Deck.

The view of Kuala Lumpur from Menara Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Petronas Towers

Where We Stayed

We stayed at the Pacific Regency Hotel Suites , located next to the Kuala Lumpur Tower.  This place was brilliant.  From here it was a fifteen minute walk to the Petronas Towers, a five minute walk to the Kuala Lumpur Tower, and less than ten minutes away from a street filled with restaurants offering food from around the world.  The rooms were enormous, comfortable, and modern, and at night we could see the Petronas Towers from our window.  We had two interconnecting rooms, each equipped with a kitchenette, modern bathroom, and work area.  The hotel has a pool and a bar on the upper deck with views over the city.  We would definitely stay here again.

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Avatar for joe

Such a helpful and informative blog…Keep posting.

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Enjoyed your visit to the Petronas Towers. It’s a good mix of practical info and personal experience.

As a tip to add, accommodating a peanut allergy never is easy in Southeast Asia, and it always is wise to be cautious, but you might want to consider a visit to the Simple Life chain on your next visit to Kuala Lumpur. It’s a vegan joint offering a mix of modestly upscale and healthy versions of Southeast Asian fare. They do use peanuts in some dishes, but in our experience they were quite respectful and accommodating for gluten allergies — despite using wheat and bread in some dishes — and likely would be happy to do the same for a peanut allergy, too. Happy travels!

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Thank you for sharing your restaurant recommendation. Happy Travels! Tim

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Yes, buying your ticket online for the klcc skybridge is the way to go as they limit the number of visitors that could go up there daily.

Alternatively, like your said, there’s the Kl Tower in Bukit Nanas, which offers better view and no time limit compared to the Klcc.

Avatar for Milet Miranda

Wow this post brings back memories! Malaysia was the very first out of country destination I’ve been to 6 years ago. Petronas Twin Towers have become special to me since that day. I wish I could go back to Kuala Lumpur soon!

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Hi EarthTrekkers! Thanks for your great post – I wish, we could also live our life like you do it! But until now, the kids are not old enough. We also visited the Petronas Towers and my wife and kids were totally excited about the view. I just read the recommendations for visiting the Petronas Towers and want to add our experience here: We had some more time in Kuala Lumpur and also would like to see the Batu Caves. If anybody also has plans to visit the Caves, a combo-ticket is much cheaper than visiting both attractions individually. There is the “definite guide for visiting the PT” that lead us to this wise idea 🙂 Have look: http://tower-tickets.com/petronas-towers-tickets/

Regards from Dortmund, Rainer

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Thanks for the recommendation! The Batu Caves look like a interesting place to visit. – Julie

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You need to get a picture of the 4 of you similar to the one you started on the website to show the difference

Yes, although the header photo is from the summer 2013, one year before the start of the trip. I chose that one because it seemed perfect at the time, the four of us together, smiling, hiking in Norway, one of our favorite places. After the trip is over I will update the cover photo. Tyler and Kara have changed a lot!

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I’ve noticed!

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SkyBridge at Petronas Twin Towers: Connecting Skies and Spectacle

The SkyBridge at Petronas Twin Towers is a breathtaking architectural marvel and a must-visit attraction in Kuala Lumpur. Suspended between the towers on the 41st and 42nd floors, this pedestrian bridge offers unparalleled views of the cityscape below. Opened in 1999, the bridge serves as both a physical link and a symbolic connection between the twin towers. As you traverse the SkyBridge, you'll be treated to stunning vistas that encapsulate Kuala Lumpur's blend of modernity and tradition, making it a memorable experience that captures the city's essence from a unique angle.

Quick Facts About the SkyBridge at Petronas Twin Towers

  • Official name: Skybridge at Petronas Twin Towers
  • Location: Petronas Twin Tower, Lower Ground (Concourse) Level, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Timings: 10 AM to 6 PM

Why Visit the SkyBridge at Petronas Twin Towers?

  • Panoramic Views: Enjoy unmatched vistas of Kuala Lumpur's skyline from the world's highest double-decker bridge.
  • Architectural Marvel: Explore the engineering brilliance of the bridge, an integral part of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers.
  • Kuala Lumpur at Your Feet: Witness the city's hustle and bustle, its green oases like KLCC Park, and even glimpse the mountains on clear days.
  • Seamless Connection: Walk between the twin towers on this breathtaking bridge, symbolizing Malaysia's unity and ambition.
  • Photo Opportunities: Capture stunning photos of the city's panorama, ideal for Instagram-worthy memories.
  • Insightful Experience: Learn about the towers' significance in Malaysia's development and enjoy a journey through culture and technology.

Plan Your Visit to the Petronas Twin Towers

What are the petronas twin towers’ timings.

  • Opening Hours: 10 AM - 6 PM (Tuesday to Sunday)
  • Closed: Mondays
  • Best Time to Visit: Early morning or late afternoon for fewer crowds and better lighting.

Where are the Petronas Twin Towers located?

  • City: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Address: Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
  • Landmark: In the heart of Kuala Lumpur's downtown area, near KLCC Park and Suria KLCC Mall.

What You’ll See At The Skybridge At Petronas Twin Towers

The sky bridge.

The star attraction, this double-decker pedestrian bridge connects the two towers on the 41st and 42nd floors. Step onto the bridge for an unforgettable experience.

Stunning Panoramas

Witness Kuala Lumpur's breathtaking skyline and city life from a whole new angle. You'll see KLCC Park, bustling streets, and, on clear days, distant mountains.

The Connecting Walk

As you walk between the towers, you'll feel a unique connection that symbolizes Malaysia's unity and ambition.

Memorable Photos

Capture Instagram-worthy shots of the city's panorama, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Educational Insights

Learn about the engineering and architectural significance of the SkyBridge and its role within the Petronas Twin Towers.

Elevate Your Experience

Consider extending your visit to the Observation Deck for an even grander perspective of Kuala Lumpur's splendor.

The Architectural Marvel of the SkyBridge

The SkyBridge at Petronas Twin Towers is a true testament to architectural ingenuity. Designed by renowned architect César Pelli, these twin towers are a blend of modern design and Islamic aesthetics. The SkyBridge, suspended between the towers on the 41st and 42nd floors, is a feat of engineering, providing both a physical connection and a breathtaking viewpoint.

The bridge's double-decker structure offers visitors an opportunity to traverse between the towers while enjoying panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur. It symbolizes Malaysia's unity and ambition and has become an iconic landmark, showcasing the city's progressive spirit and its harmonious blend of tradition and modernity.

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Frequently asked questions about skybridge at petronas twin towers.

The SkyBridge at Petronas Twin Towers is a breathtaking pedestrian bridge suspended between the towers on the 41st and 42nd floors, offering incredible panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur.

You can purchase tickets for the SkyBridge online or directly at the ticket counter.

The SkyBridge is an integral part of the Petronas Twin Towers, designed by renowned architect César Pelli.

The SkyBridge, along with the Petronas Twin Towers, was completed in 1999.

Inside, you'll find not only the SkyBridge but also the Observation Deck, KLCC Aquarium, and more.

Explore the architectural marvel, enjoy panoramic views, and immerse yourself in Malaysian culture and history.

The SkyBridge's opening hours are the same as Petronas Twin Towers, from 10 AM to 6 PM. 

The SkyBridge is located between the Petronas Twin Towers on the 41st and 42nd floors.

Yes, the SkyBridge is wheelchair accessible, ensuring everyone can enjoy its beauty.

Yes, you're welcome to capture the stunning views and your memorable visit.

While there isn't a strict dress code, it's best to dress modestly when visiting out of respect for the local culture.

Worldwide Walkers

The Ultimate Guide on How To Visit Petronas Twin Towers

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You cannot visit Kuala Lumpur without at least one peek of the incredible Petronas Twin Towers.

We have always been fascinated by the smallest, tallest, oldest, and biggest things in the world. So when we learned that the Petronas were the tallest twin towers in the world, we naturally had to pay a visit during our time in Malaysia.

We ended up visiting the iconic towers several times both during day and night, from the inside and from the outside, and from the ground level and all the way to the observation deck on the 86th floor! We even went up into another big building just to see the beautiful towers from another perspective.

So by now, we know a thing or two about how to get the best out of a visit to Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia.

In this blog post, we’re going to share everything you need to know about the Petronas such as historical facts, opening hours, tickets, going on a tour inside, where to see the twin towers from the outside by night, and of course we’ll share pictures from our own visit.

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About the Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia

Before sharing our own experience of the magnificent skyscrapers, we first want to inform you about the history, directions, tickets, and opening hours of Petronas Twin Towers.

So this section is for those of you who are looking to visit the Petronas Twin Towers.

Petronas Twin Towers history and facts

The making of the iconic skyscrapers took a total of 7 years from the first initial planning in 1992 to the official opening in 1999. However, the building was already in use from 1997.

Several architects were involved in the planning of the Petronas Twin Towers. One of them was famous César Pelli who was also the architect behind the Gran Torre in Santiago , the tallest building in South America, which we’ve also been lucky enough to visit.

César Pelli wanted to design a building that the Malaysians were proud of and could identify themselves with. That’s why the structure of the building is inspired by traditional Malaysian weaving patterns and Islamic patterns.

The height of the Petronas Twin Towers is 451,8 meters with 88 floors in total.

Apparently, the Petronas used to be the tallest buildings in the world from 1998-2004. They are now surpassed in height by other magnificent skyscrapers, but the Petronas still remain the tallest Twin Towers in the world.

How to get to the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur has an amazing public transportation system.

In our opinion, Malaysia’s infrastructure is in general much better than its neighboring countries in Southeast Asia such as Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. So getting to the KLCC and Petronas Twin Towers is super easy.

You can either take the metro line LRT Kelana Jaya Line to the KLCC stop, or you can take the green line GO KL city bus to the KLCC stop.

As we mentioned, Kuala Lumpur has amazing public transportation and the GO KL city bus is even free. You can recognize the free buses by their light purple color.

How to buy the tickets to Petronas Twin Towers

We learned that there are two ways to buy tickets to tour the Petronas Twin Towers.

Either you show up at the Petronas Twin Towers ticket office (in the KLCC center) early in the morning on the same day that you want to visit the towers, or you book your tickets on Get Your Guide .

Being us – naturals at just showing up and winging it – we didn’t buy tickets in advance but just showed up at the ticket office.

If you do this, then it’s important to get there early! We arrived half an hour after the ticket office opened and they were almost sold out for the day. All the morning and evening tickets were already gone, and we had to settle for the first available tickets at 11:30 AM.

The ticket office opens at 8:30 AM, and you should be standing in line at this hour if you want to make sure to make it into Petronas Twin Towers on the same day. If you want to secure a specific time slot, then you can easily book your ticket on Get Your Guide for a higher fee.

Petronas Twin Towers ticket prices 2024

You can either visit the Petronas Twin Towers from the outside for free, or you can pay and go inside the Petronas, which includes a tour to the skybridge and observation deck.

Here are the types of tickets and entrance fees for Petronas Twin Towers in 2024:

Petronas Twin Towers opening hours 2024

The opening hours of Petronas Twin Towers are from 9 AM – 9 PM (last admission is at 8:30 PM).

The towers are open every Tuesday – Sunday, but they’re always closed on Mondays.

The Petronas Twin Towers from the KLCC Park in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

What to expect on the Petronas Twin Towers Tour

The tour only last about 40 minutes, so don’t expect to set a whole day aside for a visit inside of the Petronas Twin Towers.

First up, you go through a security check where you have to leave your bag behind in return for a number.

You’re not allowed to bring tripods or anything like that into the towers, so prepare yourself to just bring your camera with you for some amazing pictures.

Then you get a visitor card in a specific color, which you have to wear around your neck, so the staff can differentiate the tour groups from each other. During our visit, we got the yellow badge.

Me with my pass on the skybridge in Petronas Twin Towers

First stop – The Skybridge

The first stop on the tour is the skybridge at the 41st floor of the tower at a 170 meters height. Here you get the first view of the day!

What’s interesting about the skybridge is that it’s connecting the two towers. However the skybridge is actually not fully attached to the buildings because it had to be made in a way, so it doesn’t break when the towers are swaying.

Sorry we can’t explain it better, we’re not really known as skybridge experts.

Apart from just being a cool element to the building, this skybridge is also the highest 2-story bridge in the world.

Standing on the skybridge on the Petronas Towers was just so surreal because you could feel it slightly move. Ugh… BUT the views are just worth it.

To those of you who don’t know me, my name’s Cecilie and I’m afraid of heights. So going up the Petronas Twin Towers was a terrible idea to me… But today I’m really happy I did it because the experience is now forever locked in my memory. And I’d honestly love to go back.

Standing on the skybridge in the Petronas Towers

Second stop – The Observation Deck

Next stop in the Petronas Twin Towers is the observation deck at the 86th floor (AAARGH I was screaming anxiously inside while going up in the elevator).

On the 86th floor, you get an amazing 360-degree view over Kuala Lumpur at a 370 meters height!

I thought I would faint, but somehow I felt that being on the observation deck was less intimidating than standing on the skybridge, even though 86th floor is clearly much higher. But it was somehow really peaceful to be that high up in the air.

And the great thing about the observation deck is that you have so many different views compared to the view from the skybridge.

The two stops are so different, and it’s nice that they’re both included in the tour.

The observation deck is a great place to really see the immensity of Kuala Lumpur, and it’s also a great opportunity take some nice pictures!

View to the other Petronas tower from the top observation deck

The tour of course ends with a stop at the gift shop. Fancy a mug, a magnet or a t-shirt with the iconic twin towers on it? You’ll find it here!

Is the Petronas Tower Tour worth it?

Yes! Just go ahead and book your tickets .

In our opinion, going up the Petronas is definitely worth the money! Especially since the Petronas Twin Towers are the landmark of Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia.

We really found it interesting to get the inside perspective from this impressive building, now that we’d seen it sooo many times from the outside. Plus, the views are just incredible!

If we were to go again, we would definitely try to do an evening tour if possible, so we could see Kuala Lumpur while it’s dark and the city is full of lights!

Just notice that the tour sadly isn’t that long, so for some people it’s a lot of money to spend when you have less than an hour to visit. In our opinion, we still think it’s worth it to visit the Petronas Twin Towers from the inside, but we wished we could have stayed longer.

Visit the Petronas Twin Towers at night

The Petronas Twin Towers are most impressive at night when you can see them light up as bright jewels.

The only con is that there are also more tourists at night, so it can be harder to get a nice picture. But let’s be honest… getting a nice picture with the twin towers is already an impossible task because they’re so high.

When you stand in front of them, they’re so tall that you don’t know how to bend your camera in order to capture the whole length of the towers.

You can see everyone around you have the same problem. It’s actually a pretty funny scene.

Petronas Twin Towers at night

KLCC Park Light Show by the Petronas Twin Towers

Another good reason to visit the Petronas Twin Towers at night is that you can watch the Lake Symphony in KLCC park.

Every night at 8 PM, 9 PM and 10 PM you can see the light- and symphony show, which is basically the water in the lake doing amazing things to colorful lights and music.

It’s a great activity and it’s completely free!

KLCC Park light show lake symphony

The view of Petronas from Traders Hotel

If you want to experience the Petronas Twin Towers from a different angle, then we can recommend the sky bar at Traders Hotel . You can actually see the Traders Hotel in the the above picture of the light show.

The only downside of the hotel is that the bar at Traders Hotel isn’t an outside bar and you have to be lucky to get seats by the window.

The view is not the best but it’s still pretty amazing to see the Petronas Twin Towers from a different angle, and especially at night when they light up.

Petronas Towers from Traders Hotel in Kuala Lumpur

We hope you enjoyed this travel guide on how to visit the incredible Petronas Twin Towers! We think these iconic twin towers are one of the best things to see i Kuala Lumpur – actually in all of Malaysia – and we can’t wait to be back.

If you have any questions about visiting the Petronas, then don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.

Thanks for reading and happy travels!

Check out some other destinations in Malaysia:

  • Pangkor Island
  • BOH Tea Plantation

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Hi, I'm Cecilie! And I'm the writer behind our travel blog. I only write about places that we've personally been to and want to recommend to you. I'm passionate about creating truthful travel guides, which can help you plan your own trip. When I'm not traveling or writing, you'll find me on a hiking trail, in a coffee shop, or in a shoe store around Copenhagen.

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Ah, good old Petronas Towers! This reminds me so much of my first vacation together with my boyfriend last summer! We were in KL together and stayed very close to Personas Towers so we visited the mall every day but didn’t go up the towers even a single time!! I wanted to enjoy the view but my boyfriend thought the admission was too expensive! Had I been alone I probably would have gone up hahaha.

Being a budget traveler it was also my first thought that it was too expensive. But I’ve been to Kuala Lumpur several times now and I just feel like you have to do it at least once. Actually €17 isn’t that bad for an amazing view and a great memory 🙂 Hope you get to do it some day.

Great post! I haven’t been yet, but seeing and touring these towers is definitely something that looks well worth doing.

Thanks Kat! 🙂 I can definitely recommend going some day.

The view from up there is amazing. That is a visits I must make.

I hope you get to go 🙂

I would’ve visited too if it weren’t for the COVID-19! Huhu

aaah that sucks Nat! I hope you get to do it some other time 🙂

Wow! Now I am adding this to my ever growing list of must see places! I cannot believe it took 7 years to build, crazy!

Good to hear Michelle! It’s a must at least once when you’re in Kuala Lumpur 🙂

Thanks Priyanka. Hopefully, it can help a few people some day 🙂

Looking forward to it going in june. Booked online as lastbtime there 11 years ago couldnt get to doit as always booked. Great feedback on it thanx

Hi Sandra, I hope you’ll have a wonderful trip into Kuala Lumpur’s most beautiful towers. Enjoy Malaysia! All the best, Cecilie 😊

Hi petronance tower tallest tower it is very nice and fantastic I like visiting petronance this twin towers are famous in all of the world

Hi Ali, I 100% agree. Beautiful towers 🙂

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5 Pro Tips to Visit PETRONAS Twin Towers (KLCC SkyBridge)

The PETRONAS Twin Towers are the world’s tallest twin structures, standing at 88 storeys each. This iconic landmark is known around the world and visitors to Kuala Lumpur, or KL in short, for the first time should take an obligatory photo in front of the towers. Coming from Ipoh, I was no exception, but that was many years ago.

However, looking from the exterior, I had dreamt of visiting the SkyBridge one fine day. That one day turned into months and years, and I somehow did not manage to make a tour. That was until recently, I said to myself, “Heck, let me just play tourist in KL for a couple of days, in order to visit some KL landmarks that I had always wanted to.”

So, that was how my trip to PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge materialised. Visiting the SkyBridge at KLCC needs a bit of planning, though. We all know what a popular tourist attraction the PETRONAS SkyBridge is, far more following Sean Connery’s and Catherine Zeta-Jones’ scene in the Hollywood blockbuster, Entrapment.

A trip to PETRONAS SkyBridge sees visitors grouped according to their colour-coded tags in order to keep the groups small and manageable. Each group is briefed on the safety aspects of the tour first, and then taken on the high-speed elevator to the 42nd floor of the tower, where the SkyBridge is located. Every batch of visitors is allocated ten minutes on the 42nd floor (SkyBridge) after a short introductory overview of the attraction.

At the end of ten minutes, more than enough time to personally witness the spectacular Kuala Lumpur cityscape from SkyBridge and capture photos. Visitors then take another trip on the elevator to the 86th floor of the eastern tower, where the observation deck is situated. Extra time is allowed here, as there’s information to read, souvenirs to buy, postcards to send out, and of course, more photographs to be taken.

Having been on the tour, finally *phew*, let me share five pro tips to tick PETRONAS SkyBridge off your bucket list.

1. Beat the queue Buy your tickets online, if you can. I was told by a foreigner that online tickets seem to be more expensive compared to those sold over the counter. I am not sure how true this is as usually, online tickets are discounted. Perhaps he did not look hard enough.

In any case, there are tickets that ought to be purchased at the counter, and those include MyKad and MyKid tickets, concession tickets, as well as tickets for visits within the next 24 hours. Tickets, subject to availability, are purchased at the PETRONAS Twin Towers Ticketing Counter on the Concourse Level.

2. Have a flexible schedule Visits to the SkyBridge at KLCC are conducted 15 minutes apart, from 9am until 9pm daily, except Mondays and Hari Raya Aidilfitri & Aidiladha. Tickets are sold throughout the day. Similar to bus and train services, we buy the tickets hoping to be included in the earliest batch.

Sometimes, it could be a short 30-minute wait, at other times, the allotted time could be a few hours away. Therefore, it is a good idea to have a flexible schedule and head over to visit Aquaria, Petrosains , or shop at Suria KLCC, in the meantime. You will be in the same area, and yet won’t waste time just waiting for your turn. I also understand that SkyBridge tours are halted whenever the weather is unfavourable.

3. Time your visit A Twin Towers SkyBridge tour is best scheduled during off-peak days, e.g. during workdays or non-holiday (Malaysian and international) seasons. You certainly don’t want to waste time waiting for your turn, or have way too many people photobombing your shots.

4. Golden hour tour Now that you know the best days to visit, what about the best hour? It would be, in my personal opinion, during the golden hour. Perhaps a 7pm time slot should be most suitable, in order to be at the summit, either the SkyBridge or observation deck at around 7.20pm. Do take note that the lastest admission is 8.30pm.

5. Don’t go alone I was by myself when I visited KLCC SkyBridge. I equipped myself with a tripod and selfie stick, imagining all the good shots that I would get without troubling anyone. Bad idea, as these are prohibited items!

Oh uh! I had to keep them away at the counter. In fact, bags, prams and other large/heavy/sharp objects are not permitted. We are given a number to collect our belongings when the tour wraps up. Anyway, it is advisable to visit KLCC SkyBridge with at least another person so that both can assist each other to shoot those obligatory photographs!

So, are you ready to visit KLCC SkyBridge yet? Read more about it from the official PETRONAS Twin Towers website . This is also where you can purchase your tickets in advance (for non-Malaysians).

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Pernah sekali naik KLCC PETRONAS SkyBridge ni.. tapi macam biasa-biasa je.. mungkin kalau pergi lagi sekali bawa baby harraz tentu syok sangat.. kan..

Sis tak pernah naik lagi skybridge klcc ni. Dari dulu memang teringin sangat nak naik. Harap2 impian sis akn tercapai dalam masa dekat ini.

Wah dah lama i xpergi petronas tower ni.. Last pergi masa i masih sek rendah lagi.. Hehehe.. Byk perubahan dah skrg kat sana kan… Hopefully thun ni ada peluang ke sini lg

Thanks Emily for the tips

You’re most welcome, Intan. Enjoy the visit!

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Petronas Twin Towers KLCC – Why & How To Visit? | Best Guide

Being the iconic symbol of Malaysia, the Petronas Twin Towers (Menara Berkembar Petronas) is no doubt the most impressive and recognisable sky scrappers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Located at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), the twin towers are impossible to miss if you’re driving or walking along the city centre. Standing tall at 452m/1,483ft , The Petronas Twin Towers still holds the title as the world’s tallest twin towers till this very day!

What time is the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Visit open?

The Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Visit is open from Tuesday – Sunday , from 10am – 6pm . Last admission on public holidays is at 5.30pm . The twin towers are closed every Monday for maintenance purposes. If you are planning to make the trip up to the observatory deck at Petronas Twin Towers, we highly advise you to make a booking prior your visit as the slots are very limited. Click here to place your booking online.

However, even if all the tickets are Sold Out at your desired Visit Time, you may try your luck to purchase the tickets at the Petronas Twin Towers Ticketing Counter . Located at the Concourse Level, the tickets sold there are subject to availability.

We found that the best time to visit the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC is during the late afternoon session (5.15pm) as you can get a beautiful sunset view of the city.

If you’re coming with a group of friends and family of up to 10 people , then you can opt to go on the Guided Tour Evening Experience , which is available at 6.30 pm, 6.45 pm & 7.00 pm sessions.

How much is the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Visit tickets?

There are 3 different Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Visit ticket categories:-

1. Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Visit (MyKad Holder)

Infant (Under 2 years) – Free

Child (Age 3 – 12 years) – RM 14

Adult (Age 13 – 60 years) – RM 28

Senior Citizen (61 years & above) – RM 14

2. Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Visit (Non-MyKad Holder)

Child (Age 3 – 12 years) – RM 33

Adult (Age 13 – 60 years) – RM 80

Senior Citizen (61 years & above) – RM42

3. Guided Tour Evening Experience

  • RM 1,200 per session
  • Available session : 6.30pm, 6.45pm & 7pm
  • Maximum of 10 pax per session
  • Includes 1 8R photo with digital copy
  • Petronas Twin Towers KLCC merchandise

* Make sure to check Petronas Twin Towers KLCC site for the latest promotion and ticket pricing.

How to visit Petronas Twin Towers KLCC?

As long as you are in Kuala Lumpur, navigating to the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC is quite easy. You have a variety of options to get here; by car, bus or train . If you are driving here, you can take either the Jalan Ampang, Jalan P. Ramlee or Jalan Kia Peng tunnels which leads to the KLCC parking bays. Click here to get the Google Maps directions to the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC.

If you’re looking to rent a car, you can check out SoCar as they offer one of the best rates in town.

Taking a taxi/e-Hailing ride such as Grab/ Airasia Ride is another popular option for those who want to avoid the parking hassle. You can ask your driver to drop you off at Suria KLCC main entrance or right in front of Petronas Twin Towers entrance. Click here to get the best rates for AirAsia Ride!

For those who are taking the bus, you can choose to take the bus to the nearest train station to KLCC or take the direct bus to Suria KLCC.

Rapidkl city buses.

B103: Titiwangsa Bus Station at Jalan Tun Razak → KLCC (stops at KLCC LRT Station) B114: Maluri Bus Station at Jalan Cheras → Titiwangsa Bus Station at Jalan Tun Razak via KLCC (Stops in front of Suria KLCC)

GOKL City Bus (Free Bus Service)

Green Line : Bukit Bintang → KLCC Purple Line: Arab Street Taxi (interchange) → KLCC

If you are taking the train to get to Petronas Twin Towers KLCC , then check out the lines and stops below to see how to get here:-

Kl monorail line.

  • Exit the KL Monorail at KL Sentral/Bukit Nanas and switch to LRT Kelana Jaya Line. From there onwards, exit at the KLCC station.

KTM (Seremban Line & Port Klang Line)

  • From KL Sentral switch to LRT Kelana Jaya and exit at the KLCC station.

LRT (Ampang Line & Sri Petaling Line)

  • Take the train to Masjid Jamek then change to the LRT Kelana Jaya line and exit at the KLCC station.

MRT (Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line)

  • Exit the MRT line at the Pasar Seni station and then changeover to the LRT Kelana Jaya line. Then, exit at the KLCC station.

How does the Petronas Twin Towers Visit work?

  • Present your online booking tickets or purchase them at the Ticketing Counter at the Concourse Level.
  • Your assigned tour guide will take you to the SkyBridge located on the 41st Floor . You will be given around 10-15 minutes to explore the area.
  • You will then be required to take another lift up to the Observation Deck located on the 86th Floor . After around 10 – 15 minutes of taking in the gorgeous views of Kuala Lumpur, your guide will lead you to another lift down to the 83rd Floor.
  • The Digital Displays on the 83rd Floor will be the last stop before you descend down to the ground floor and end your tour.

Useful Tips

  • If you are unfamiliar with the area or visiting for the first time, we suggest taking an e-Hailing ride to Petronas Twin Towers KLCC to reduce the hassle of changing train/bus lines
  • Book your Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Visit tickets ahead of time, usually 1 – 2 weeks prior to your visit
  • After checking out the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC, you can walk around Suria KLCC mall and also check out the KLCC Park located just behind the twin towers
  • You are not allowed to carry any selfie sticks during the visit, so make sure to keep it at the lockers provided
  • No food or drinks are allowed during the visit, so make sure to have your meals before the twin towers visit

So getting that out of the way, let’s find out Why You Need To Visit & What To Do at Petronas Twin Towers KLCC?

1. learn more about the world’s tallest twin towers.

During your Petronas Twin Towers KLCC visit, each group will be assigned a tour guide who will bring you on an unforgettable journey to 3 floors in the twin towers. If you look closely, you will notice that the twin towers have a unique floor plate design, formed by 2 interlocking squares to form an 8 point star. The designs are specially integrated to reflect the Islamic patterns, local handicrafts and weaving patterns in Malaysia.

2. Walk on the World’s Highest 2-story Bridge! (SkyBridge – Level 41 & 42)

Standing at a jaw dropping height of 170m/558ft, the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC also holds the record for being the World’s Highest 2-story Bridge . As you walk along the SkyBridge at Level 41 & 42, you might feel that the bridge is swaying from time to time.

There’s no reason to be worried as the SkyBridge was purposely designed to be attached partially to the twin towers. This provides enough space for minor movements especially during strong winds and storms to prevent the SkyBridge from causing too much strain on the twin towers.

3. Get the best view of Kuala Lumpur (Observation Deck – Level 86)

On the Observation Deck at Level 86 , you will be greeted with one of the most amazing views of the city. If you visited the Petronas Twin Towers in the late evening like we did, you can expect to catch the beautiful sunset shining down on a clear sunny day. Make sure to check the weather forecast before hand, and avoid visiting on a cloudy or rainy day, otherwise you won’t be able to get a good view.

4. Try Sight Seeing on the Telescope (Petronas Twin Towers KLCC)

Scope around using the power telescope on the 86th Floor of the Petronas Twin Towers and check out the surrounding buildings and skyscrapers.

5. Check out the Kuala Lumpur City Centre Scale Models

As you walk around the Petronas Twin Towers Observation Deck, you can see various scale models of Kuala Lumpur’s latest city development.

6. Try out the Interactive Screens (Petronas Twin Towers KLCC)

One of the best ways to learn about the Petronas Twin Towers architecture is by using the interactive AR screens here at the 86th Floor of the Observation Deck. So, make sure hover your hands over the Interactive Screens here!

7. Explore the Digital Displays (Level 83) Petronas Twin Towers KLCC

Another cool feature at the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC is the digital displays on the 83rd Floor. Now, you can revisit the history and development of the tallest twin towers in the world!

8. Send letters to your loved ones from the World’s Tallest Twin Towers!

Now, you can share your journey and memories to your loved ones from Petronas Twin Towers KLCC by sending them specially crafted postcards.

9. Watch the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Information Videos

Whilst waiting for your turn up the elevator to the observation deck, you can brush up on your knowledge on the most popular landmark in Malaysia.

10. Experience the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC Guided Tour

What better way to spend your evening then to bring your loved ones to watch the night skyline from the world’s tallest twin towers! This would be an unforgettable experience for you and 9 of your closest companions as you will get a private guided evening tour of the twin towers.

11. Visit the Best Shopping Mall in Kuala Lumpur (Suria KLCC)

Once you are done with your visit to the Petronas Twin Towers, make sure to check out Suria KLCC which is a 6 storey premium shopping mall located below the twin towers. Boasting over 360 flagship stores, you can literally spend hours browsing between the stores available at Suria KLCC.

12. Take a stroll along the KLCC Park

If shopping isn’t your thing, then you can always take a stroll at the KLCC Park which is located behind the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC. The massive 50 acre park offers one of the most impressive facilities to visitors compromising of various jogging trails, wading pools and a 2 acre children’s playground!

Here’s a bonus tip for you:-

Take a walk along the jogging trail and try to find the one which passes by the wading pool. We stumbled upon this area by accident and realised that the views here are absolutely stunning. The best part is that there are not many visitors here as most of them are at the entrance of the Petronas Twin Towers.

13. Watch Lake Symphony light show (KLCC Park)

Located also at the KLCC Park, the Lake Symphony light show performs various animations and mesmerising performance using light, sound and water effects. The KLCC Lake of Symphony Light & Sound Water Fountain premiers daily at 8pm, 9pm and 10pm . As for the Lake of Symphony (Light show only), the showtimes are 7.30pm, 8.30pm and 9.30pm daily.

14. Explore Malaysia’s Largest Aquarium! (Aquaria KLCC)

Visit this stunning oceanarium which is located just beside the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC. Watch the monster fishes such as the Arapaima and the Alligator Garfish swimming around the massive fish tank. There is even a living ocean exhibit which features a 90 metre transparent tunnel, consisting of various marines species such as sand tiger sharks and the green turtle.

If you would like to find out more on Aquaria KLCC, check out our blog on Aquaria KLCC – Best Things To See & Do | Malaysia’s Largest Aquarium

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PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge

PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge stands at the height of 452 metres above ground, while PETRONAS Twin Towers being the tallest twin towers in the world. PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge is also known as KLCC Bridge in informal manner.

Double-decked skybridge functions To facilitate movement between the two towers and as an escape route in case of emergency. Symbolised as a gateway to the future. Supported by a “three-hinge arch” consisting of giant round bearings at the base and a pair of legs 51 metres in length located at level 29 of each tower. The cylindrical legs are bolted to a box girder below the centre of the double-decked bridge.

Milestones of the construction of PETRONAS Twin Towers January 1992: Start of Project Planning March 1993: Start of Foundation Works April 1994: Construction of the Superstructure July 1995: Lifting of Skybridge January 1996: Fitting out of the interiors complete with furniture March 1996: Jacking of the spires of Tower 1 and Tower 2 January 1997: Moving in the first batch of Petronas’ personnel

31st August 1999: Official opening by Malaysia’s 4th Prime Minister – Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad

PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge Opening hours Tuesday – Sunday: 9:00am – 5:00pm Mondays: Closed

PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge Visit Entry Point Tickets are distributed on a daily basis from 8.30am. Visitors are advised to be at PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge visit entry point early as the tickets are limited and are given out on a first come first serve basis. * Phone and advance bookings are not entertained.  

How to get there

Putra LRT (Rapid KL Kelana Jaya Line – KLCC Station) One of the fastest and convenient ways to get to PETRONAS Twin Towers Skybridge is through Putra LRT (Rapid KL Kelana Jaya Line – KLCC Station). It’s about 5 minutes walking distance through the tunnel from the train platform.

By Bus You may also opt for Rapid KL bus no B105 from Mid Valley Shopping Complex or KL Sentral Station which heads to KLCC and vice versa. *Bus no provided based on Rapid KL website: www.rapidkl.com.my as of 21st April 2009.

Contact Details

PETRONAS Twin Towers Visit Operations Concourse Level, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia

Email: [email protected] Website: www.petronastwintowers.com.my

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Sky Bridge Kuala Lumpur City Center – A Must-Visit Place To See In Malaysia

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Malaysia tourism attracts tourists everywhere because of the typical and diversified culture as well as the outstanding and modern buildings. Malaysia is not only famous for its magnificent towers or sanctuary mosques but also for the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur. This work was designed by the Argentine architect César Pelli and completed in 1998. Although it is almost 10 years old, the Petronas Twin Towers are never old … The Petronas tower in Kuala Lumpur is considered as the symbol of Malaysia.

The Petronas Twin Tower in Kuala Lumpur

The Petronas Twin Towers were completed and put into use in 1998. It was the world’s tallest building recorded at that time, and currently, it still holds the record for the tallest twin towers in the world, with 88 floors and the height of 403 meters.

As a symbol of Malaysia, you can see the image of the Petronas Twin Towers in any souvenir or tourist image of this country.

The Petronas Twin Towers

Traveling to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, you can visit the Petronas Twin Towers during the day and when the tower lights up at night, as each visit has a different beauty. The tower is put on the land that used to be a racecourse.

The Petronas Twin Towers consist of two high towers, and the block at the foot of the tower is the large six-story shopping mall called Suria Kuala Lumpur City Center . The building structure is mostly reinforced concrete with an excellent strength. The surface of two towers is completely made of glass and steel, designed based on Islamic art motifs, the main religion in Malaysia.

Located right in the center of Kuala Lumpur, the towers will provide visitors panoramic view of the city especially when the street lights up brilliantly. And the bridge crosses two towers called the Sky Bridge. This is also a very impressive highlight of the twin towers.

Thanks to its convenient location, the Petronas Twin Towers can easily be reached by public transport. There is also an underground parking lot. Guests can reach the top of the tower from Tuesday to Sunday, all day of the year. Visitors must buy the tickets, but the scene here is worth the money.

The Sky Bridge Kuala Lumpur City Center

The small caption “Kuala Lumpur City Center” after the name “Sky Bridge” is necessary because if you search for the term “Sky Bridge” on the internet, you will find articles related to the Sky Bridge in Langkawi archipelago . This bridge is quite well known in Malaysia. However, in this article, we only provide the information about the Sky Bridge at Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur or briefly refer to as Sky Bridge Kuala Lumpur city center.

Coming to the Petronas Twin Towers , visitors should definitely not miss the opportunity to cross this bridge between the two towers.

As the name suggested the bridge with 170 meters high and 158 meters long is suspended in the air, located on the 41st and 42nd floor of Petronas Twin Towers, which is considered as the transfer floor because visitors who want to go up higher floors have to change elevators in here.

For a chance to visit this bridge during your Malaysia trip, you must come here in the early morning because a lot of tourists came to queue very early.

The number of people in each round is always limited to ensure the safety of the bridge. Everyday, there are a limited number of tickets issued for tourists and early arrivals will be given priority in advance and do not have to queue long.

Every day, only 1,400 visitors are allowed to visit. The building is closed every Monday. This is an ideal place for visitors to take beautiful pictures of Kuala Lumpur City.

The Sky Bridge makes it possible for employees of the companies at the twin towers to move seamlessly between two buildings without having to go down to the ground. Therefore, on the bridge, you occasionally encounter employees of two towers talking to each other.

In addition, this bridge also functions as an emergency exit. The bridge is used in cases of fire or emergency occurring on one side of the tower.

On September 12, 2001, a day after the US terrorist collapse of the twin towers of the New York metropolitan WTC, Petronas Towers was also threatened to be bombed. At that time, a lot of chaos happened. In fact, if an emergency occurred on both sides of the tower, the bridge could not work as expected.

After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the bridge is no longer opened to visitors for free. With an ideal height of 170m above the ground, between the two floors 41st and 42nd, standing on the Sky Bridge gives the visitor a glimpse of the entire city of Kuala Lumpur .

However, to reach this bridge, travelers have to queue up early in the morning. The entrance tickets are granted from 8:30 to 10:30 am. In the past, they were completely free but today, the tourists have to pay 10 RM/ticket (2.3$). With a short 15 minutes walk in the air and a great view, you will not regret queuing for hours.

You can also climb up to the 86th floor (at an incredible height of 1,181 feet (360 meters) above the ground) to observe the city at a more comfortable way with 40 RM for a ticket (about 9$).

Visitors will have the sight of miles away from all directions on beautiful days. Remember to go early in order to be sure to buy tickets of visiting the observatory, as only a limited number of tourists are allowed to enter the door every day and the tickets are usually bought very fast.

In general, the Sky Bridge, located on the 41st floor of the tower with a height of 10 meters, is the ideal viewing point. Therefore, do not forget to buy tickets to the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur to experience something new in here.

In fact, the Observation Tower and Sky Bridge will help you admire the panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur City. This is also an impressive viewpoint when looking down on the magnificent sight of the city from above.

After returning to the ground, the tourists can explore the giant Suria Kuala Lumpur City Center Shopping Mall at the foot of the tower. Guests will find designed clothing retail outlets, technology and entertainment stores and dozens of eateries and restaurants. The shopping complex also has an aquarium, cinema, art gallery and the National Concert Hall.

We hope that the above information will be helpful for you. Do not miss the opportunity to explore this tourist attraction in Malaysia !

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Things To Do In KLCC

Looking for a fun adventure right at the heart of Kuala Lumpur? Look no further – we’ve come up with a list of the best things to do in KLCC! Day or night, there’s something to occupy yourselves within the city centre. Who says city life is all about tall buildings?

Experience the best sight-seeing views and nature-filled activities from the list below, specially curated by us at The Kind Helper !

1. View the entire city of Kuala Lumpur at the Petronas Twin Towers

Things To Do In KLCC

Without a doubt, the Twin Towers is known to be an iconic landmark for tourists (including Malaysians) visiting Kuala Lumpur.

Overlooking the beautiful KLCC park located right in front of the towers, at a height of 360 meters high, you’ll be able to get a magnificent view of the city centre.

At the Twin Towers, there are 4 different places to drop by:

  • SkyBridge (41st floor)
  • Observation Deck (86th floor)
  • Digital Displays (83rd floor)
  • The Petronas Twin Towers Gift Shop (Concourse Level)

You could either choose to explore the Twin Towers yourself or join a 45-minute guided tour.

Location: Lower Ground (Concourse) Level, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contact: +603 2331 8080

Opening Hours: 

Tuesday to Sunday – 9am to 9pm (including holidays)

Closed on Mondays and 1pm to 2.30pm every Friday

Entrance Ticket: 

Adults – RM80 (Non-MyKad) RM28 (MyKad)

Child – RM33 (Non-MyKad) RM14 (MyKad)

Senior Citizen – RM42 (Non-MyKad) RM14 (MyKad)

Infant – Free

2. Stroll along the KLCC Park

Things To Do In KLCC

You can’t miss this 50-acre park when you’re visiting KLCC! A park would be the perfect spot for families, with many facilities catered to every age group.

Aside from the waterfalls, fountains and all around the park, enjoy the many facilities of the KLCC park:

  • Two-acre children’s playground
  • 1.3km-long jogging track
  • Children’s swimming pool (open to the public)

Not forgetting the Lake Symphony , two musical fountains displaying a performance of sound and water during the night. 

When you’re looking for things to do in KLCC for free, make sure not to leave out the KLCC park!

Location: Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +03-2382 2828

Opening Hours: Daily 10am to 10pm

Entrance Ticket: Free

3. Shop til you drop at Suria KLCC

Things To Do In KLCC

For those who love to shop, you’ll be spoilt for choice with over 340 stores to visit, including designer brands such as Gucci, Alexander McQueen and more!

The outlets you should check out in Suria KLCC are:

  • Kinokuniya (Largest bookstore)
  • Food Courts (Signature Food Court @ Level 2, Rasa Food Arena @ Level 4)
  • Supermarkets (Cold Storage and ISetan Food Market)

Location: 241, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603-23822828

Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily

4. Experience the nightlife at Jalan P. Ramlee

Things To Do In KLCC

If nightclubs and bars are something you fancy, then Jalan P Ramlee should definitely be on your list. Watch many local live band performances from indie-rock to jazz!

The best bars and clubs you could pay a visit are:

  • Beach Club Café

Though, that’s not all you can find!

There are many eateries ranging from western cuisine such as Maredo’s Steakhouse , The Grand Modesto , to Japanese cuisines such as Ozeki Tokyo Cuisine .

Location: Jalan P Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

5. Hit Your 10k Steps A Day at KLCC – Bukit Bintang Pedestrian Walkway

Things To Do In KLCC

From KLCC, you could head over to Bukit Bintang, another part of KL that you should explore aside from KLCC.

Throughout the entire walkway, you’ll be able to view the many eateries and buildings nearby that you could consider going to. Plus point – it’s even air-conditioned!

Location: 21, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: Daily 6am to 11pm

6. Be surrounded by sea creatures at Aquaria KLCC

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From watching piranhas swim to witnessing the live feeding of sharks and fishes , you bet this aquarium would be one of the top things to do in KLCC.

The highlight of Aquaria KLCC is the 90-meter tunnel that takes visitors along a travelator where you could see all the sea creatures swimming around through the transparent glass!

Plus, if you’re an adventure junkie, they also provide other special activities such as:

  • Diving with the sharks (RM424/pax)
  • Underwater cage (RM211/pax)
  • Sleeping with the sharks (for kids)

Location: Aquaria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Jalan Pinang, 50088 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603 2333 1888

Opening Hours: Daily 10am to 8pm

Adults – RM75 (Non-MyKad) RM52 (MyKad)

Child – RM65 (Non-MyKad) RM42 (MyKad)

Senior Citizen – RM65 (Non-MyKad) RM42 (MyKad)

Disabled/Handicapped – RM17

7. Brush up your science knowledge at Petrosains, The Discovery Centre

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Visiting KL armed with kids by your side left, and right? Petrosains is a must-visit for all families looking for things to do in KLCC.

They will surely enjoy their time here learning about science and petroleum . Not only that, but your child will also get to know all about space , and explore the history of Earth !

The highlight of the museum is the Dark Ride which takes you to and out of the centre, while being surrounded by Malaysia’s very own rainforests.

Experience natural disasters such as an earthquake on the Earthquake bench , or tropical storm on a Helicopter Simulator !

Location: Level 4, Suria KLCC, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088, Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603-2331 8787

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday – 9:30am to 5:30pm

Adults – RM28 (Non-MyKad) RM18.50 (MyKad)

Child – RM16.50 (Non-MyKad) RM7.50 (MyKad)

Senior Citizen – RM14 (Non-MyKad) RM9 (MyKad)

Infant (Below 3 years) – Free

8. Take in the beauty of art at Petronas Art Gallery

After visiting Aquaria KLCC and Petrosains, complete the list of the best things to do in KLCC and visit an art gallery!

There’s just something about art that makes them visually pleasing to our eyes. Housing over 1,000 artworks , be exposed to both local and international artists .

Location: 341-43, Suria KLCC PETRONAS Twin Towers, Persiaran Petronas, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +03-2051 7770

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday – 10am to 8pm

9. Catch a concert at Petronas Philharmonic Hall

Things To Do In KLCC

Are you a fan of classical music? Head over to the Philharmonic Concert Hall and witness a world-class Philharmonic Orchestra performing right in front of your eyes!

From movie soundtracks to jazz , and even traditional Malay pieces , you’ll be in awe watching these musicians perform.

Plus, if you’re lucky enough, you’ll be able to catch international musicians performing as well, such as Andrea Bocelli, Chris Botti, to name a few.

Location: Level Two, Tower Two, PETRONAS Twin Tower, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contact: +03-2331 7007

Tuesday to Saturday – 10.30am to 6.30pm

Performance nights – 10.30am to 9pm

Performance Sundays – 12noon to concert time

Closed on Mondays

10. Chill at the Sky Bar Kuala Lumpur

The best rooftop bars in KL to bask in the city skyline

Located on the 33rd floor of Traders Hotel KL, if you feel like taking a break, end your night at the Sky Bar, known for its’ relaxing ambience and an amazing view of the city , overlooking 

the Twin Towers.

With the Twin Towers insight, enjoy your cocktails and mouth-watering titbits over a conversation with your loved ones. 

Recommended Finger Food:

  • Buffalo Inferno Wings
  • BBQ Beef Ribs

Recommended Drinks:

  • Selangor Sling

Although the Sky Bar isn’t something that you should add to the list of things to do in KLCC when you have kids around, you could always visit it the next time! 

Location: Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Stall 7, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +03-2332 9888

Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday – 10am to 1am

Friday and Saturday – 10am to 3am

11. Enjoy panoramic views of the city at KL Tower (Menara Kuala Lumpur)

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Want an even better view of the city centre other than from the Twin Towers? From a height of 276m, experience a panoramic 360 view at the Observation Deck !

If you think that’s the only view you can get, you’re wrong! There’s also a Sky Deck standing at 300 meters high. Right next to the Sky Deck, you can find the Sky Box , a see-through glass box.

Location: No. 2 Jalan Punchak Off Jalan P.Ramlee 50250 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Contact: +60320205444

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday – 9am to 11pm

Entrance Ticket for Observation Deck:

Adults – RM49 (Non-MyKad) RM30 (MyKad)

Child – RM29 (Non-MyKad) RM20 (MyKad)

Entrance Ticket for Observation Deck + Sky Deck/Sky Box:

Adults – RM105(Non-MyKad) RM75 (MyKad)

Child – RM55 (Non-MyKad) RM39 (MyKad)

12. Play With Animals At KL Tower Mini Zoo

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Once you’re done taking in the views of the city, head over to the KL Tower Mini Zoo where you can meet a variety of exotic animals!

With over 60 animal species including parrots, snakes and guinea pigs , you could pet and feed the animals, or take pictures with them.

Location: Ground Floor, Menara Kuala Lumpur, WP, Jalan Puncak, 50250 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +03-2022 3943

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday – 10am to 9pm

Entrance Ticket:

Adult – RM32

Child – RM27

Senior Citizen – RM27

Children body height below 90cm – Free

13. Be One With Nature And Trek At KL Forest Eco Park

Can’t get enough of these fun family activities? Take a walk in a forest and explore the unique nature trails, trekking or jogging routes and even a herbal garden !

Do take note you might encounter monkeys as you are walking around.

Make sure not to miss the 200-meter long canopy walkway which stands 30m above the ground!

Location: Bukit Nanas, Jalan Puncak, Off Jalan P. Ramlee, Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +60 3-2230 6342

Opening Hours: Daily 7am to 6pm

Adults – RM40 (Non-MyKad) RM12 (MyKad)

Child – RM18 (Non-MyKad) RM4 (MyKad)

14. Superpark KLCC

Things To Do In KLCC

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SuperPark, which is located directly opposite KLCC, is one of the best things to do in KLCC! You will have a safe and exciting experience in the indoor SuperPark, which features pedal cars, a tube slide, and many other attractions. Don’t be concerned if you plan to bring your children; they will be kept safe and sound by the experienced staff on site!

Some activities that you do not want to miss:

  • Augmented Climbing Wall

Location: Unit 4-1, Level 4 Avenue K Shopping Mall, 156, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 012-301 1040

Opening Hours: Daily 10:00am to 7:30pm

  • 2-hour Session for 1 pax: RM53 (Add-on RM6 for Grip Socks)
  • 2-hour Session for 4 pax: RM212
  • 4-hour Session Walk-In for 1 pax: RM95 (Without Grip Socks)

15. Escape Breakout at Avenue K

Things To Do In KLCC

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This is the place to be if you ever wish to be a detective. The Breakout & Spy Game rooms each contain their own storyline with tasks to complete. 

Through the use of superpowers, unique hints, and a support system to improve analytical skills, time management, decision-making, and strategizing among the participants, players must combine wit, talent, and teamwork to complete the game and win.

List of available Breakout rooms at Avenue K:

  • Post Mortem
  • Project Fallout
  • Chamber of Hocus
  • Mr Oswald’s Greatest Show

Make sure to bring your best team to escape these breakout rooms!

Location: Avenue K, Jalan Ampang, Kampung Baru, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 011-3335 2628

Opening Hours: Daily 10:00am to 10:00pm

  • 2 players: RM50/pax
  • 3-4 players: RM45/pax
  • 5-6 players: RM39/pax
  • 7-8 players: RM38/pax (Not applicable to Spy Game)

16. River of Life

Things To Do In KLCC

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The River of Life, regarded as one of the top ten waterfronts in the world, is also one of Kuala Lumpur’s most recognisable landmarks. Visit at night to see the river with its fascinating lights. Also, don’t miss the nightly light show, during which the river turns a dazzling cobalt blue and water and lights dance to different musical tracks. This is definitely one of the best things to do in KLCC at night!

Showtimes are listed below:

  • Asma-ul-husna: 9:15pm 
  • Warisan (Sudirman): 9:30pm 
  • Jambatan Tamparuli: 9:45pm 
  • Star Wars Theme Song: 10:00pm 
  • Rolling in the Deep (Adele): 10:15pm 
  • Negaraku (Faizal Tahir): 10:30m 

Location: Jalan Benteng, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: Open 24 hours

17. Petaling Street

Things To Do In KLCC

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Petaling Street is a well-known iconic market in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is regarded as the local Chinatown, and it is alive with numerous activities that take place both during the day and at night. As it is primarily a market, it is always teeming with people, both locals and tourists, as well as traders and merchants.

Things to explore at Petaling Street:

  • Jewelleries

Location: Jalan Petaling, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday & Sunday, 8:00am to 8:00pm

Saturday, 8:00am – 10:00pm

18. KL Bird Park

Things To Do In KLCC

Photo: Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

The KL Bird Park, which is tucked away in the Perdana Botanical Gardens, is a haven for all bird watchers and bird lovers. This bird park has a wonderful tropical setting that makes you feel like you’re in wonderland. 

It draws a large number of bird watchers, both novice and expert, into its grounds since it is home to more than 3000 different animal and migratory bird species.

There are four zones in the park:

  • Zone 1 & 2: Free-flight zones
  • Zone 3: Hornbill Park
  • Zone 4: Birds in Mini Aviaries and Separate Cages

Location: 920, Jalan Cenderawasih, Tasik Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 03-2272 1010

Opening Hours: Daily 9:00am to 5:30pm

Adults – RM80 (Non-MyKad) RM35 (MyKad)

3 to 11 years old – RM60 (Non-MyKad) RM14 (MyKad)

Senior Citizen Mykad Ticket *60 years old and above – RM15

19. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park

Things To Do In KLCC

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Berjaya Times Square Theme Park, located in central KL, is Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park, measuring 133,000 square feet and packed with entertaining attractions and activities that are all-age-friendly. One thing you do not want to miss is the Asia Pacific’s longest multiple-inverted roller coaster, Supersonic Odyssey.

The massive indoor theme park, encompassing 133,000 square feet, is divided into two fascinating sections: 

  • Galaxy Station for thrill seekers
  • Fantasy Garden for the little ones

Take note that most rides require a minimum height of 120cm, while some require a minimum height of 140cm!

Location: Berjaya Times Square, 5th and 7th Floor, 1, Jln Imbi, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 03-2117 3118

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 12:00pm to 8:00pm

Saturday & Sunday, 11:00am – 8:00pm

Adult (13 years old and above) – RM75 (Non-MyKad) RM60 (MyKad)

Child (3 years old and above) – RM70 (Non-MyKad) RM50 (MyKad)

Senior (55 years old and above) & OKU – RM32 (Non-MyKad) RM22 (MyKad)

20. Thean Hou Temple

Things To Do In KLCC

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Thean Hou Temple is one of Southeast Asia’s biggest and oldest Buddhist temples. The temple is still among the most well-known tourist attractions in the city.

It is situated along Jalan Klang Lama on the southwest side of Kuala Lumpur. Also, it is only a short drive from Bukit Bintang. The Hainanese community, whose ancestors were seafaring fishermen with roots in China’s Hainan Province, is in charge of managing it.

Besides the beautiful structure of the temple, you’ll also get to experience: 

  • The Deity Thean Hou between the Goddess of the Waterfront and the Goddess of Mercy
  • Elements of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism
  • Chinese Medicinal Herb Garden, Tortoise Pond And Wishing Well

Once you’re at the temple, you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the city from its hilltop location.

Location: 65, Persiaran Endah, Taman Persiaran Desa, 50460 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 03-2274 7088

Opening Hours: Daily 8:00am to 10:00pm

21. Jalan Alor Food Street

Things To Do In KLCC

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Jalan Alor Food Street is a unique culinary experience in the centre of Kuala Lumpur. Once you step into the street, you’ll feel like you’re in an entirely different city. No city’s modern shopping malls but only something from the old era. There aren’t many things going on during the day, but when the sun goes down, the street comes alive with so much food you can try.

Make sure to bring your appetite along and keep some space for your tummy!

Location: Jln Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Contact: 1-800-88-9999

Opening Hours: Monday, 9:00am to 5:00pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday to Sunday, 10:00am to 9:00pm

Thursday, 10:00am to 12:00am

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20 Things To Do Around the KLCC Twin Towers (If You Stucked Here)

Most tourists can roam the whole Kuala Lumpur. But some could be stuck to the KLCC.

Don’t worry. KLCC is one of the most awesome location to be trapped in.

Stop thinking that KLCC is only about snapping a gazillion insta-worthy pictures. Here are 20 things that you can actually do around the KLCC Twin Towers.

1. See the Wonders of the Ocean in the Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC Kuala Lumpur

Seeing the 60,000 square feet aquarium underneath the KLCC Twin Towers is one of the most popular thing you can do in the KLCC.

Yes, it is not as amazing as the Sealife in Johor. But this KL aquarium is a huge tourist attraction. It has over 5000 marine and freshwater animals and a cool 90-metre travelator.

This oceanarium has a few different landscapes, from the misty highlands and flooded tropical jungles, right to the Amazon rivers, coral reefs and the open ocean.

It’s not all about walking and seeing though. If you are feeling adventurous there’s the Dive with Sharks or the Cage Rage . If you have kids and are here during school holidays, enroll them in the Sleep with Sharks program. But book early as spots are limited.

Whatever you do, don’t miss the 10 foot long gigantic Arapaima feeding time (Mon, Wed, Sat at 2:30pm at the Flooded Forest area).

Tips : Buy your Aquaria ticket online for the best discount price.

2. Play at the Petrosains KLCC

Petrosains KLCC dinasour area

If you got kids younger than 12, this interactive touch and play kid museum will keep them occupied. Half science center, half playground, this place is built right on the KLCC Mall’s 4th floor, so you don’t have to go far.

The theme is focused on oil. So, you’ll see a stone that bleeds oil, you could get up close to a Formula 1 Car, walk into an oil rig or feel what it’s like to be in a helicopter with a heli simulator.

Always enter Petrosains on full stomach and not let the simple entrance fool you. The place is massive, and even after 2 hours of exploring, your little ones may not even want to call it a quit yet.

3. Stroll, take selfies and play in the KLCC Park

A jogger at the KLCC Park

Just because you’re in the middle of the city doesn’t mean you have to travel far to enjoy some greeneries. This pocket of green overlooking the Petronas Twin Towers is a great place to stroll, enjoy the sun or snap some great photos of towers.

If you have kids under 10, let them enjoy the wading pool here as it is opened for free. Just remember to bring their swimming trunks (there’s a changing room nearby).

And if an hour of water play is not enough, there’s plenty of swings and slides to try in the 2 acre playground. This will be the biggest playground they’ll ever encounter in Malaysia and one of the best free things to do around KLCC.

Tips: Don’t forget to walk across the 43m bridge in the middle of the park. It’s one of the best place to snap your photos with the KLCC as the backdrop.

4. Window Shop in the KLCC Mall

the suria klcc mall during christmas

This is not your average daily mall. With a wide array of haute couture stores, this 6 level mall caters the need of the affluents.

We are talking about brands such as Versace, Coach and Louis Vuitton. If you want to buy something Malaysian, there’s shoes from Jimmy Choo.

With more than 380 stores of upscale and world known brand boutiques, this mall will definitely elevate your retail fantasy into a new level (or make you feel like a pauper).

5. See KL From the SkyBridge

the klcc twin towers sky bridge view at night

If Maharaja Shah Jehan built the Taj Mahal as a symbol of love to his beloved wife, the locals claim that the KLCC is built by the then Prime Minister for his wife, Tun Hasmah.

And they’ll tell you that the proof is in the bridge — as it makes the towers form the letter ‘H’ for Hasmah.

No one can verify this claim, but the engineers of the towers say that the main purpose of the skybridge is to link the two towers to act as a fire escape route.

If you plan to getting up on the bridge, be prepared to queue as early as 6:30 am to snatch the limited daily passes (if you can get one).

Be sure not to stroll leisurely here. You are only allowed to stay for 10 minutes on the bridge and another 15 on the observation tower.

Tips: To guarantee access, you can buy your KLCC skybridge ticket here .

6. Explore KL from KLCC for FREE with GOKL

the free bus in kuala lumpur - called the gokl

If you still plan to see the city, you have a few options. One is in the comfort of an air-conditioned GOKL buses .

You can hop on the free bus at the KLCC bus stop and ride away to the Bukit Bintang, see the KL Tower from afar or see the hustle and bustle of the Chinatown or Central Market area. You could get off, or you could just sit while the bus roams around the city and back to KLCC.

Yes, the city’s traffic jams are unavoidable, but the buses offer free WIFI connection to give you some distractions on your phone.

The starts bus as early as 6 in the morning right to 11 in the evening.

7. Appreciate Some Arts in the Petronas Gallery

The vast space in the Petronas Gallery KLCC

If you’re into arts, there’s the the Petronas Gallery in the KLCC mall.

This gallery mainly showcases the works of local artists. But is also known to occasionally include arts from foreign talents.

Entry to this gallery is free, which is not only great news for art lovers, but also great if you just want a calmer escape from the mall areas.

The collection is normally small, and since there’s no lines and no queues, expect to spend an hour or less here.

8. Explore Manga Comics in the Kinokuniya Bookstore

The entrance to the Kinokuniya book store KLCC during Ramadan

Love books? Great. Make your way to the Japanese owned Kinokuniya bookstore on the 4th floor of the Suria KLCC mall. You’ll find your space, your heaven.

If you are into Japanese Manga, Anime and weird Japanese stationary knick knacks, you’ll spend hours getting fascinated with new findings. If all your knowledge about Japanese manga is concentrated to Naruto, be prepared to discover more amazing works of comic art and literature completely overlooked by most Western audience.

If you are into architecture, arts and photography, the mezzanine level has a huge selection of books dedicated just for you.

Most books are wrapped, but you can always ask the assistants here to unwrap them for viewing. Be prepared to spend 2 – 3 hours if you love books than anything else in your life.

Tips: If you need something to quench your thirst, there’s a tiny cafe within the bookstore. Get cosy, enjoy your coffee and relax by the window overlooking the KLCC park.

9. Watch the KLCC Fountain

klcc fountain show at nigh

If you happen to be around the KLCC area after sunset, get out of the mall, join the crowd by the pool and watch the waterworks and music playing at Lake Symphony.

A refreshing way to enjoy the night breeze, the fountain show is fun to watch especially if you come with kids. Yes, it is not worth a special trip. But the 5-10 minutes fountain show do offers the shopping crowd something free to do outside of the KLCC mall.

The light and music fountain show starts at 8pm, 9pm and 10pm daily while the light-only showtimes are at 7:30pm, 8:30pm and 9:30pm .

The front area is normally crowded. But you can find plenty of spaces on the KLCC facade.

10. Bored with KLCC? Explore Bukit Bintang via the Elevated Walkway

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Yes, KLCC is great. But in case you plan to taste some great Chinese street food , Bukit Bintang’s Hutong food court and Jalan Alor are the way to go. And there’s no better way to get there on foot than by taking this new walkway.

Before this walkway was opened in 2015, the only way to get there is by maneuvering through the mad KL traffic on uneven paths, under sweltering tropical heats.

With no traffic to worry about, the 1km covered walkway is your best way to get anywhere from the KLCC Convention Centre to the Impiana KLCC Hotel, KL City Walk and the Pavilion mall. Just follow the signs within the walkway to get to your destination along the way.

Don’t worry if you plan to walk back to your hotel room at night. This is also the safest way to travel during the time as there’s CCTV cameras and policemen stationed in this brilliant pedestrian path.

Alternatively, you can explore Malay food in Kg Bharu by walking across the amazing looking Saloma bridge .

11. Dine in a Michelin Star Restaurant

One of the chef at NOBU KLCC

Ah, talking about pampering your tastebuds.

If you want to dine at the best, Kuala Lumpur is home to a few Michelin Star restaurants. And NOBU , the famous Japanese restaurant is right in the KLCC area itself.

Built in the KLCC tower 3 (next to the Mandarin hotel), you’ll have an up close view of the Petronas Towers. Match that sweeping view with the culinary blasphemies that made Nobu well-respected, you’ll have an awesome way to end your day.

This restaurant serves one of the world’s best sashimi, sushi and tempuras. Expect to spend around RM 400 for a multi course menu.

If you are with kids, sorry. No kids under 12 may enter the premise (except on weekends and public holidays). For muslim customers, this restaurant is pork free but not certified halal.

12. Check out the KL Food Truck Scene

crowds at the TAPAK Urban Street Dining near KLCC

To get here, prepare to walk some 900 meters away from the KLCC .

But launched in 2016 by 3 childhood friends, the Tapak Food Truck scene is a new way to enjoy the city’s food and ambience.

There’s more than 20 food trucks here serving mostly hipster or Western food to hungry locals crowds. To beat them to the table, you should get here before 7 pm. And it is best to come with a partner as you can grab a table while he or she orders the food.

Like most hipster food area, do come for the scene and the late night outdoor ambience. But never come solely for the food.

13. Enter the Chocolate Lovers Haven at Godiva

godiva chocolate truffles on a plate

If you are into chocolate, KLCC will be your heaven.

Known for its premium confectionery, the Godiva boutique (yes, these Belgian call it that) will pamper you with their soft serve ice creams and their brilliant selection of dark chocolates truffles.

Get ready with your moolah as the chocolates are sold by grams. But don’t let that deter you. Chocolate lovers swear that you don’t truly know about chocolate until you try the one in Godiva.

Tips : If chocolate is not your thing, get the soft ice cream instead.

14. Enjoy an English Afternoon Tea at Mandarin

Mandarin Oriental Lounge on the Park overlooking the KLCC park

This country was colonised by the Brits for over 100 years. So relaxing over an afternoon tea in Kuala Lumpur is like taking a trip down memory lane.

The city has a few places for this ritual, but the best option to do this around KLCC is at the Mandarin Oriental’s Lounge on The Park .

Tips : Here is a list of hotels in KL with awesome afternoon tea ( post is in Malay)

Your English Afternoon Tea Stand here consists of the usual servings like warm scones, delicate finger sandwiches, as well as a platter of miniature cakes. If you are worried about your waistline, opt for the ‘Healthy Choice’ Afternoon Tea Stand for an array of English and Chinese delicacies.

They have over 60 premium teas here. But you can always order coffee, cocktails or juices too. Just remember to brush up on your tea etiquette.

Afternoon tea is served daily, 2.30-6.00pm.

15. Get your Kids Pumped Up at the Superpark

A ride in the Superpark at Avenue K mall Malaysia

Got kids? Great. This 40,000 square feet Finnish indoor playland will be perfect for the your kids if KL throws you a bad weather.

The park is in the Avenue K , a mall just a few minutes walk away across the street.

Your kids can jump on the trampolines, climb a wall or just throw themselves on cool foam wall. For more actions, they could hop on the scooters, skate boards or try ice skating at the Avenue K’s synthetic ice skating rink.

This Superpark has 26 activities that’ll get the out of steam so fast, your kids will be totally exhausted in no time.

Tips: Kids under 9 must be accompanied by someone who is at least 18 years old. If you only have a toddler, the Starlight (in the same mall) is a better playpark for them.

16. Try Escape at the Breakout

The entrance to the Breakout Escape game at Avenue K mall

If you are into puzzles — or fans of the live-action escape room games, try the Breakout in the Avenue K.

As in all escape rooms throught the world, playing Breakout means getting locked in a themed room where you solve mysteries to break free within the allotted time.

This is a Malaysian founded escape outlet. There’s 5 escape rooms to choose from, each with unique puzzles and degree of difficulties.

To make the experience even better, each member of your team will be given a special ability. The ‘Lock Master’ for example, can ask to open one lock while the ‘Time Bender’ can ask an extra five minutes of game time.

You have 45 minutes to use your wits, skills and teamwork to escape. You need at least 2 people to play. Bring more for a better chance of escaping.

17. Enjoy sublime live music at MPO

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If you are a music lover who wonders what to do in the Petronas Towers at night, check out the Malaysia Philharmonic Orchestra (or MPO).

Prior to the MPO and the establishment of DFP (Dewan Filharmonik Petronas), Malaysia actually did not have a world-class concert hall, nor a resident world-class orchestra.

Made of musicians from over 20 countries, the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra’s forte is classical music, but you can still enjoy jazz, pop or rock music at certain times of the year.

Forget the fact that 90% of the musicians are not Malaysian. This is your chance to listen to great music, in a wonderful venue at very reasonable ticket price.

Just take note of the dress code. If you travel light, you might have to buy yourself some dress shoes just to get in.

Ticket starts from RM 50 (half price with a student card).

18. Sample World Cuisines at Suria KLCC’s Food Court

Food Court Suria KLCC

The KLCC area is filled with amazing restaurants. But that doesn’t mean you should skip The Signature Food Court on the 2nd floor of the Suria KLCC.

Here, even the most finicky eaters will find something to eat. As you scan the area, you’ll realize that there’s food from all over the world. You can try Japanese teppanyaki, Thai tom yum, right down to Penang’s nasi kandar in one spot. Miss your burgers? There’s Mcdonalds and Subway too.

In short, no matter what’s your budget or taste, do eat at the food court.

Tips : Drinks here are relatively expensive by the Malaysian food court standard. Get your drinks from the McDonalds instead. And come before 12pm if you want a window seat with the view of the KLCC park.

19. Practise Your Golf Swing

Golf Simulator at Mandarin Oriental

Staying in the heart of KL is not an excuse to let your swing rust. There’s at least 3 places around the KLCC area where you could play golf on a simulator.

Your first option is at the Mandarin Oriental hotel. The hotel has 3 excellent indoor golf simulators to spend an hour out of the sun.

Your second alternative is at the Suria KLCC mall’s ISETAN. The Golf Studio on the 3rd floor is equipped with golf simulators as well as golf equipment, apparel, and accessories from Japan for both sexes.

Finally, if you are here with your golfing buddies and want a place dedicated to golf, you can go to the Golf Club KLCC at Novotel Hotel. This is the city’s first fully fledged premium golf lounge.

It opens 7 days a week from 11 am till late night. Don’t worry if you get hungry. There’s sirloin burgers, steak, calamari and more on site.

20. Pamper Yourself at the Mandarin Oriental or Impiana Hotels’ Spas

Mandarin Oriental Spa room

The KLCC is a great area to sleep, eat and work. And is also a grand place to pamper your body.

Head on to the The Mandarin Oriental Hotel next door and try its Malay massage. You can choose a simple facial treatment or truly spoil yourself with the full body “Urut Melayu” for a unique traditional touch.

Alternatively, there’s the Swasana Spa at the Impiana KLCC Club Tower that specialises in traditional Southeast Asian spa treatments.

Performed by professional therapists, try its Swasana Massage; which is a blend of Malay, Thai and Balinese massages. Your massage comes complete with oil customised to your taste.

The prices for both hotels are high. But the ambient, the expertise and the results will make you come back for more.

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How to navigate the Moscow Metro – a brief guide

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The Moscow Metro is considered one of the most beautiful in the world, and one of the largest, with 269 stations and counting! Still, no one is immune from standing flummoxed in the middle of the platform not knowing whether to go left or right, or which of six or more exits to take to escape the subterranean maze. Our guide sheds light on some of the finer points, and will definitely make your life in the subway easier.

Floor stickers

These began to appear back in 2014, and are now visible at all the main interchange stations. Huge stickers with arrows on the floor show where you need to go to change line.

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The lines are indicated by number and color, with the names written in Russian with English transliteration. For example, the number 7 in a purple circle means the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line; it is the purple line on the Metro map.

The Moscow Metro has over 20 different types of signs, which all complement each other. So if you look at one and are still confused, try looking at another.

Metro signs answer the key question: “Which way should I go?”, and usually show the end station of the line and/or the general direction (northbound, southbound, to the city center, etc.). Some overhead signs show only the line number and the end station; such a scheme is also used in the Paris Metro.

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There are also signs on the platform walls, which tend to be more detailed. They tell you which direction the train is headed and which stations it will stop at. The station you are currently at is marked with a rectangle in the color of the line, and all others are listed in order from top to bottom.

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All sign information is duplicated in English: names of Metro stations in lobbies, on platforms, and in rail cars are all shown in Latin script. Stations in rail cars are also announced in two languages, Russian and English. And ticket windows with English-speaking staff are marked with the sticker “We speak English!”.

How to find the right exit

Many stations have several exits. One of the busiest central stations, Kitai Gorod, has no fewer than 15! But numbers, stands, and wall guides will help you out of the labyrinth without needing a ball of string.

Locals often use subway exits as geographical markers. For example, they might say “Let’s meet by the exit at Solyanka.” But for tourists this might not be very helpful. That said, maps showing the local area and main sights are available at exits (not all), or on round colorful stands in station lobbies and on platforms:

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But since all exits are numbered, it’s best to be guided by the exit numbers.

There is often an overhead sign at exits listing the nearby sights, streets, shopping malls, and other reference points.

And on platform and lobby walls, you can see more stickers with bus, tram, and trolleybus numbers, showing the way to public transport stops.

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Meeting place

The traditional meeting place in the Moscow Metro is   v tsentre zala   ("the platform center"). But recently, special stickers with the words   Mesto vtrechi   ("Meeting place") have appeared, making it easier to find one other.

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Mobile apps

Some stations have a stand with a Metro map in the center of the platform and by the ticket windows in the lobby. But these days, the best way to navigate the branchy subway system is via a mobile app. Armed with one, you can work out the fastest route from A to B, calculate the journey time, see all available transfers and ground transport stops, and get notifications about temporary closures of stations and exits, etc.

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The Most Beautiful Stations on the Moscow Metro

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You might have heard that there are some beautiful metro stations in Moscow. Soviet decorations, chandeliers, mosaic painting and statues are common in many of the stations. The good news is that the Moscow Metro does not cost a lot of money and many of the most beautiful stations on the Moscow metro are on the same line, so you can almost get on and off at each station to visit these. Over the New Year holidays, I had a free afternoon and decided to visit some of these stations. Check out what I found below…..

The main stations that you will want to visit are on the Number 5 line, also known as the Circle Line. An advantage of this line is that you can get to it very easily and quickly no matter where you are in Moscow. The announcements on the metro are in Russian as well as English so you don’t need to worry if your Russian language skills are not good.

If, like me, you arrive in Moscow via train from Kyiv , then you will arrive at a metro station which many Muscovites believe to be the most beautiful of them all…..

Kievskaya metro station was opened in 1954 and features white marble walls which curve upwards and have with large mosaics surrounded by a gold trim in a very classical style. The mosaics depict life in Ukraine and was designed by a Ukrainian who wanted to display Ukraine’s influence and contribution to Soviet Russia.

Kievskaya, one of the most beautiful stations on the Moscow metro

Kievskaya, one of the most beautiful stations on the Moscow metro

Soviet era artwork between the arches

Soviet era artwork between the arches

Mosaic with golden trim

Mosaic with golden trim

People carrying flags is a common theme

People carrying flags is a common theme

Going into battle

Going into battle


If you look at a map of the metro , you will want to go in a clockwise direction on the circle line. So you will want to get on the train going in the Barrikadnaya direction and not Park Kultury. Stay on this line until you reach the 2nd station, Belorusskaya. This station was built in 1952 and like Kievskaya also features white marble pylons and a plaster ceiling.

The ceiling features 12 mosaics in an octagonal shape depicting Belarusian life, while the tiling on the floor is said to resemble a Belarusian quilt. One of the passageway exits of the station has a statue called ‘Belarusian Partisans’ of three men wearing long coats, holding guns and carrying a flag.”

Belorusskaya metro platform

Belorusskaya metro platform

Belorusskaya metro platform

Soviet artwork on the roof

The hammer and sickle features prominently in the metro artwork

The hammer and sickle features prominently in the metro artwork

Three men carrying guns, holding the flag...

Three men carrying guns, holding the flag…


To get to the next station, we need to change onto the green line (line 2) and go just one stop to the station of Mayakovskaya. This station has an art deco theme and, for some, resembles an elaborate ballroom. The columns are faced with stainless steel and pink rhodonite while the marble walls and ceiling have 34 mosaics with the theme “24-hour Soviet Sky. Apparently, Stalin resided here during the 2nd World War as the station was used as a command post for Moscow’s anti-aircraft regiment.

Mayakovskaya metro

Mayakovskaya metro

Mayakovskaya metro

24-Hour Soviet Sky mosaic

Bomber planes

Bomber planes

24-Hour Soviet Sky mosaic

It looks like planes flying over Red Square



It’s time to get back on the metro and return to Belorusskaya. At Belorusskaya, change to the circle line again and continue clockwise to the next station, Novoslobodskaya. With its 32 stained glass panels, this station reminds me of a church. The panels were designed by Latvian artists and are surrounded by a brass border.

Novoslobodskaya metro

Novoslobodskaya metro

The platform of Novoslobodskaya metro

The platform of Novoslobodskaya metro

The platform of Novoslobodskaya metro

Stained glass artwork

The golden trim around artwork is also very common

The golden trim around artwork is also very common

Stained glass artwork

Prospekt Mira

Back on the metro and again just one stop until our next station, Prospekt Mira. This station was originally called Botanichesky Sad after the nearby Botanical Gardens of the Moscow State University. The pylons are covered in white marble and decorated with floral bas-relief friezes. The ceiling is decorated with casts and several cylindrical chandeliers.

Prospekt Mira metro station

Prospekt Mira metro station

Notice the floral decoration

Notice the floral decoration


On the metro once more and once more we are going just one stop to the next station – Komsomolskaya. This station is famous for its its yellow ceiling. The chandeliers in this station are huge. The photos below do not do this station justice.  For me, this station resembles a presidential palace.  You hace to see it for yourself to truly appreciate it.

Because of it’s location, this is one of the busiest stations in the Moscow metro as it serves three of the main train stations in the city – Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky, and Kazansky so be prepared for a lot of people.

Komsomolskaya metro

Komsomolskaya metro

The yellow ceiling seems to go on forever

The yellow ceiling seems to go on forever

Yellow ceiling and artwork

Yellow ceiling and artwork

One of the ceiling mosaics

One of the ceiling mosaics


When you are ready to leave Komsomolskaya metro station behind, then get back on the circle line and go one stop to Kurskaya and change to the blue line (line 3) and go to two stops to the Elektrozavodskaya station. This station gets it’s name from a nearby electric light bulb factory and has a somewhat industrial but also futuristic style, with 6 rows of circular lamps (there are 318 lamps in total). I think this is one of the most beautiful stations on the Moscow metro for how unique it is. The station was opened in 1944 after a delay because of the 2nd World War and features 12 marble bas-reliefs of the struggle on the home front during the war.

The Komsomolskaya metro station

The Komsomolskaya metro station

The struggles of war at home

The struggles of war at home

Fixing machinery

Fixing machinery

Hard at work

Hard at work

Making weapons

Making weapons

Building a tank

Building a tank

The struggles of war at home

Even the station sign is elaborate

Ploschad Revolyutsii

Back on the metro line 3 (but in the other direction), getting off at the 3rd stop – Ploschad Revolyutsii (Revolution Square). This is located underneath the square in Moscow of the same name and is a short walk from Red Square in the city centre. It is the perfect place to end a visit around Moscow’s metro. The station features red and yellow marble arches with a total of 76 sculptures in between each arch. The sculptures are supposed to represent the people of the Soviet Union and include soldiers, farmers, industrial workers, children etc… I noticed a lot of people touching the golden chicken in the photo below as well as the show of the woman. I am assuming that this is for good luck.

Industrial worker

Industrial worker

Touch the chicken for good luck

Touch the chicken for good luck

Sculpture of the people of the Soviet Union

Sculpture of the people of the Soviet Union

Woman reading a book - touch the shoe for good luck

Woman reading a book – touch the shoe for good luck

In education

In education

Parent and child

Parent and child

These are some of what I think are the most beautiful stations on the Moscow metro. Which ones are your favourite? Would you add any to this list?

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Kievskaya definitely caught me off guard. Didn’t know Moscow metro stations were THIS extravagant! Mayakovskaya is gorgeous too with the marble walls and mosaics. I might just need to book a flight over to admire all of these!

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Do it! Kievskaya was my first introduction to the Moscow metro as I got an overnight train from Kyiv.

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You know, in the States, all we ever hear is bad stuff about Russia. It’s nice to see other (and lovely!) dimensions of such a controversial place.

It’s the same in the UK which is why I prefer going to see somewhere and making up my own mind. It’s all ‘politics and bullshit’ as I say

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I went to Moscow about 13years for Christmas and went to train stations, so I can see these amazing mosaics and chandeliers. I agree with you that are beautiful Stations for sure and I could of wandered around for days. I think Kievskaya is definitely my favourite out of them all and I even have some similar pictures as you.

I imagine Moscow would have been a little different 13 years ago but these stations have probably always looked beautiful

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You chose some great stations for this write up! Beautiful details in these stations and would love to visit them sometime. Particularly like the Komsomolskaya station with that yellow ceiling!

Thank you very much. Komsomolskaya seems to be a lot of peoples favourite stations too

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Sumit Surai

Wow! Without the text I would have thought them to be some museum or gallery.

I know exactly what you mean!

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Rosie Fluskey

Wow, it is just stunning! How does anyone get to work with so much to look at. I’m surprised at the very bourgeois-looking Komsomolskaya station. I would have thought it was all too Tzarist looking, but then I haven’t been to Russia yet lol. This has just made me want to go more!

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Wow, that’s a lot of artwork. I wonder how old some of these pieces are?

Generally most of the stations are from 1940-1960 approximately. The later stations are more functional than style.

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My mother-in-law was in Moscow fifty years ago and still raves about the metro stations. So far, I could not imagine much. But now! The pictures are great and I think it’s almost a pity that this splendor is underground. But for every user of the Metro can enjoy a free trip to the world of art. Susanne

True. It is like having a free trip to an art museum/gallery. I hope that you can one day visit Moscow and see for yourself.

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Oh wow, I would never have known that these were metro stations. The ceilings remind me of how you need to look up sometimes, even in the commuter rush!

It is true about life in general, we just go from A to B looking directly in front of us instead of around us

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Wow, I would have never guessed that these were stations. The decor is so pretty and not one I’m used to seeing at metro stations. Love the ceiling at The Komsomolskaya metro station.

They certainly don’t look like metro stations. The ceiling there is one of my favourites too!

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The PETRONAS Twin Towers Visit Operations and the PETRONAS Twin Towers Gift Shop will continue to CLOSE TEMPORARILY until further notice. This is following the extension of Phase One of Movement Control under the National Recovery Plan, which was announced by the Government to help steer the country out of the pandemic. It is expected that all economic sectors will be able to resume operations in Phase Three of this plan. We will assess the COVID-19 situation regularly and shall provide further updates on the re-opening date of the PETRONAS Twin Towers Visit Operations and Gift Shop once all restrictions have been lifted. We regret any inconveniences caused due to this. During the temporary closure period, the PETRONAS Twin Towers Visit Operations and Gift Shop will continue to exercise precautionary measures required. We hope to be able to safely operate soon and look forward to welcoming visitors back to our premises. Thank you.

Petronas Twin Towers

Identical towers, identical wonders..

Marvel at the double-decked skylines, shopping malls, and more. Come and capture with your own eyes the magnificence of Malaysia’s PETRONAS Twin Towers, the world’s tallest twin structures.

Book now for once in a lifetime experience. Tickets are limited.

Opening Hours

EXTENDED OPERATION HOURS INCLUDING GIFT SHOP STARTING 1ST MAY 2023 Tuesdays to Sundays : 9.00 am to 9.00 pm. The last admission is at 8.30 pm (open throughout Friday prayers).  Closed every Monday . (Except PH or Replacement PH on Monday)

Our Location

Lower Ground (Concourse) Level, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088, Kuala Lumpur Shopping at Your Convenience The Twin Towers E-Shop Explore the Twin Towers Virtually Skywalk 360

Admission & Ticketing

Getting here, facilities & accessibility, the stories, welcome to petronas twin towers.

PETRONAS Twin Towers are the tallest twin towers in the world, and its status has remained unchallenged since 1996. We welcome you to Malaysia’s proudest icon and architectural wonder, lined with an endless shopping and touring experience.

Guided Tour Evening Experience

Symphony tour, design & structure, klcc malaysia’s iconic experience.

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What it is to be like in the Twin Tower?

The height is the first thing you will notice about this tower. It is so tall that you will need the help from our Observation Deck to enjoy its glamor. Or, you can take a ride to the Sky Bridge, and experience the feeling standing on top of the world.

While you’re planning, don’t forget to check out our promotions for an upgrade to your touring experience, including deal packages, discount pricings, and more!

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Enjoy your evening from the top view in the city with our exclusive PETRONAS Twin Towers Guided Tour Evening Experience. Bring your loved ones (up to 10 pax per group) and cherish the private moment together. Yes, only you and nine others of your choice, exclusively for the evening experience. The Guided Tour Evening Experience begins at 6.30 pm from Tuesday to Sunday, up to 10 pax per group for only RM400.00 per session. In addition, for every RM400 spent, you are entitled to an RM10 cash voucher from our PETRONAS Twin Towers Gift Shop! Tickets can be purchased from the website ONLY, minimum 2 days before visit date. Strictly no walk-ins. There is only ONE (1) session per day. Terms & Conditions: • Valid only for the 6.30 pm time slot (from Tuesday till Sunday only, CLOSED every Monday). • Not applicable with other discounts and promotions. • The PETRONAS Twin Towers Gift Shop Vouchers are redeemable with a minimum purchase of RM30 in a single receipt. Also applicable at DigiPhoto corner.. • The management reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of this promotion without prior notice.


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    A 45-minute guided tour around the PETRONAS Twin Towers - Entry at Concourse -> Skybridge at Level 42 -> Observation Deck at Level 86 & Level 83. Write to us: To ensure that your booking process is a smooth sailing one, please provide the following details in your request to [email protected]: 1. Contact Person and Contact Number 2.

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