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“Panoramic View from Petronas Towers”

Petronas Twin Towers
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: 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 released at 8:30 a.m. on a first-come, first-served basis. To avoid dissappointment, you can purchase your ticket in advance via online ticketing or at the Ticketing Counter, Concourse Level.
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“Panoramic View from Petronas Towers”
Reviewed 17 July 2006

A view from the Skybridge at the 41st floor of Petronas Tower is not to be missed when you are in KL. There are 82 floors in the Towers and viewing is allowed only from the 41st floor. There are actually 2 levels in the Skybridge. However the 2nd level is used to commute between the 2 towers and is open only to authorised personnel.
There is a sizable crowd to collect free passes for the visit. So it is better to check-in early, say by 8 a.m., collect your pass and then use the time to visit the myriad shops in the attached mall. Entry to the Skybridge is allowed in batches and Camera Stands are not allowed on to the bridge. Luckily they have a cloak room where you can leave your stand. However there are alltendants around in the Skybridge who oblige you with clicking your pics.
The view from the Skybridge is breathtaking. You marvel at the greenery and the shapely buildings in KL. Though there is a slight haze, it doesn't marr the view much.
Don't miss the souvenir shop in the ground floor of the tower after you come down.
I couldn't visit the Minara KL, from which you can view from the top.Since it is situated on a hill, it rises above the Petronas Tower and affords a brilliant view. I hope to catch a view from Minara KL during my next visit.

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“Great Views”
Reviewed 7 September 2005

The trip up to the skybridge on the 41st floor of the Petronas Towers is well worth it. Although you have to queue up early (before 8am), the tickets are free and so it's worth doing. The Petronas Towers are no longer the tallest buildings in the world, but they're pretty high. After you get your tickets, you return at the time stated and watch a short documentary on the construction of the towers. Then you are given a pass to wear around your neck and you have to get your bag scanned and walk through a metal detector. A high speed lift zooms you up to the 41st floor and you are allowed to spend 10 minutes on the bridge. Choose a clear day and you can see for miles. I thought there would be loads of people up there but there was less than 20 of us so there was masses of space to take photos etc.

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Reviewed 1 December 2004

KLCC (Kuala Lumpur city center) just has to be seen to believed. A massive complex that still manages its share of charm. The twin towers (mostly office space) make up one corner of a triangle bracketed by the Mandarin oriental hotel with a wonderful walking area in the middle complete with paths foliage and fountains.

The first several floors of the twin towers make up the KLCC. Parking is easy and the bottom floors make up a huge food-court. The rest is a world-class shopping center that blows away anything I have ever seen. Designer shops, local handicrafts, jewelry and others at prices which make you wonder why your paying so much for the same stuff in other parts of the world. On the middle and upper floors are mid and upscale restaurants and on multiple visits, I have yet to find one that I wasn’t satisfied with. For having "it all" under one roof it far surpasses anything in North America (and thankfully no amusement park atmosphere) and for designer goods, even better than the Manege in Moscow.

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