Petronas Twin Towers Sky Bridge and Observation Deck Visit, Kuala Lumpur


Everyone, whether local tourists or foreign tourists who visits KL will want to take a photo of the Petronas Twin Towers… It is synonymous with Kuala Lumpur… and to visit KL means to have a picture or two with the Petronas Twin Towers taken just like how you would the Eiffel Tower when you are in Paris…20180315_111206-01-1049x786

The Petronas Twin Towers was designed by the Argentine architect César Pelli and completed back in 1998, and considered the symbol of Kuala Lumpur, or even Malaysia.


Located right in the center of Kuala Lumpur, the towers provide visitors a breathtaking panoramic view of the city. And the bridge that links the two towers fondly known as the Sky Bridge. This is one of the most impressive highlights of the twin towers.

Open to visitors from Tuesdays to Sundays, visitors have to buy tickets to visit, but believe me.. it is just so worth every single ringgit…

Show up at your designated time and you will be grouped into a small group of about fifteen people and given a coloured tag before being escorted to the distinctive 42nd story Skybridge connecting the two towers.


We were given 15 minutes, which quickly ran out since you are having so much fun walking around, taking photos, and still half at wonder that you are right between the two gorgeous towers.


From 170m above the ground, located smacked between the two floors 41st and 42nd, the Sky Bridge gives you an amazing view of the almost entire city of Kuala Lumpur.


Once your 15 minutes are up, they will call you by your tag colour and gather your group before sending you on to the 83rd floor and then the 86th floor which is a whooping 1,181 feet (360 meters above the ground) to observe the city…


..Well in my case I was more delighted getting a good look at the Petronas Twin Tower tip on the other tower as well as the top of the equally towering Four Seasons Hotel next door…



Naturally, the mesmerizing bird’s eye view of KL miles away in all directions is simply awe-inspiring.


Tickets are limited, so if you want to go to the observation deck–at a time that works for your travel schedule–it’s best to book ahead.


You can purchase the Petronas Twin Towers tickets on a first-come, first-served basis, which is pretty challenging and stressful since there are only a limited number of tickets available for each day.


The ticket office opens at 8:30am but the tickets can be almost as popular BTS (K Pop) concert tickets and quickly snapped up…

Anyway, thanks to DBKL/ KL Tourism Bureau as well as Gaya Travel Magazine for bringing us to these awesome place… and will definitely be back for more soon…

Ticket Price….
Adult (13 – 60 yrs) RM85.00 (non MyKad) RM30.00 (MyKad)
Child (3 – 12 years) RM35.00 (non MyKad) RM15.00 (MyKad)
Senior Citizen (61 years & above) RM45.00 (non MyKad) RM15.00 (MyKad)


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