What are the things to do at and near Petronas Twin Towers?

The Petronas Twin Towers are Malaysia’s pride. It is one of the tallest buildings in the world and one of man’s greatest achievements. The magnificent towers stand as high as 452 metres with 88 storeys. It was led by the master architect Cesar Pelli who was of Argentine American origin. The country’s hi-tech ambitions have been met with the construction and success of the Petronas Twin Towers. It characterizes the capital of Malaysia and is a symbol of unity, stability, rationality and harmony. If you are travelling to Kuala Lumpur, a visit to the Petronas Twin Towers is a must.

 To take a tour of the Petronas Twin Towers, you need book the Petronas Twin Towers tickets online or buy them on the same day of the tour. It remains open from Tuesday through Sunday from 9AM till 9PM. The tickets are priced at $30 for international adults and $20 for children. Around 1500 tickets are sold everyday. Half of them are sold in advance online and the rest are sold at the spot. In order to skip the ticket line, choose the online booking option.

What to do around and at the towers?

  • Visiting the Petronas Twin Towers once will not suffice. The night view of the city and the brightly illuminated twin towers standing out is a view worth your while. The sulit buildings and the clear skies truly reveal the contemporary architecture and city plan. But the night view of the brilliantly lit city must not be missed. Hence, visit the towers both in the morning and at night, to fully live up the experience.
  • After the 45 minutes tower tour, you can check out the nearby attractions. The park right behind the Petronas Twin Towers is a nice spot for hanging out. You can sit on the grass, take a look at the waterfall, or just lie down in the shade of the palm trees. Do not miss the evening light and music show. You can get a taste of Malay pop songs as well.
  • During the Petronas Twin Towers tour, do take a walk on the connector bridge. The bridge was created as an emergency exit from one tower to another, in case either of them was in danger. Enjoy your 15 minutes on the 86th floor and experience the feeling of being on top of the world.
  • If you want to swing by a mall, the Suria KLCC mall is nearby. It is a paradise for shoppers and located right at the foot of the towers. If you are not thrilled by shopping, you might want to try out the local cuisine at the varied food courts.
  • Another well-known attraction site that music lovers adore is the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas. It is a cultural icon of Kuala Lumpur that is known for its breathtaking architectural design which fuses with the superior acoustics. It is a leisure and a business hub of Kuala Lumpur.