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No trip to KL would be complete without a visit to the world's tallest twin towers. The skyscrapers are utterly stunning, particularly when illuminated at night. The Twin Towers Visit Operations is open Tuesday through Sunday and tickets are...more
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No visit to KL is complete without a tour of the Petronas Towers.. great guides and well thought through tour.
Of course great views and enough time is given for taking pictures, checking out the views from different points and admiring the height.
I had long wanted to visit these towers after reading an article on their construction back in the day. Finally I made it. The Towers are simply stunning and visible from almost every area of the city. They loom large and shiny over the KlCC...More
It’s the tallest building, an engineering marvel one shouldn’t give a miss, once you are in KL. You can book in advance for a tour of Petronas Towers. One can take pictures of the surrounding city from atop the sky-bridge and viewing decks of the...More
It’s a really nice place to see just to take a photo and say that you have been there; but I feel like it’s a big tourist trap where you get the people coming up to you trying to say that they will take a...More
It has been 14 years since I last visited the Petronas Towers & was pleasantly surprised that it's now possible to purchase tickets online before visiting, & being able to arrive 15 mins beforehand, although I recommend 20 mins. Now they charge for the visit...More
The Petronas Twin Towers are the iconic image of Kuala Lampur, just at the Marina Sands Casino is the defining image of Singapore.
What I didn't expect though, is how modern and developed Kuala Lampur is - everyone flocks to Petronas, which for a period...More
Response from hanght-kala | Reviewed this property |
March is the end of raining season in Malaysia. Singapore, Hongkong always have light rain, so dont forget to bring umbrella. Dont believe raining season, it s not true. The weather almost đepen on your lucky. Last year I... More
March is the end of raining season in Malaysia. Singapore, Hongkong always have light rain, so dont forget to bring umbrella. Dont believe raining season, it s not true. The weather almost đepen on your lucky. Last year I took a trip to Thailand around July and August, they said it woul be rain, but in fact, there is no rain at all :))
Response from Christine J | Reviewed this property |
Hello, thank you for your question. Your wife will be able to go to bridge and no further if that is her choice. She can return to ground level after visiting the bridge. I walked the full length of the bridge before going... More
Hello, thank you for your question. Your wife will be able to go to bridge and no further if that is her choice. She can return to ground level after visiting the bridge. I walked the full length of the bridge before going on up to the very top of the building. It is a wonderful experience and they look after you very well. I hope you enjoy