Petronas Twin Towers
Be amazed by the tallest and most iconic skyscraper in Malaysia, the famous Petronas Twin Towers.
Intricate architecture glistens under the sun and majestically illuminated at night, the Petronas Twin Towers is a must-see in Kuala Lumpur. Travelers may visit the record-holding Skybridge connecting the two towers on the 41st and 42nd floors, which is the highest 2-storey bridge in the world. From the skybridge, you will see the stunning skyline and the sprawling city, dotted with lush greenery amongst man-made structures.
The Petronas Twin Towers is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, which is 60 kilometres from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and about 10 kilometres from the city centre transportation hub – KL Sentral.
Opening Days and Hours
The Skybridge is open for visitors from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9:00 to 21:00, and closed on Mondays, from 13:00 to 14:30, Fridays, Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Aidiladha.
Entry Fee and Bookings
The adult entrance fee is RM 30 (USD 7.29) for Malaysians and RM 85 (USD 20.66) for foreigners. For children of ages 3 to 12 years old, the fee is RM 15 (USD 3.65) for Malaysians and RM 35 (USD 8.51) for foreigners. For senior citizens of 61 years old and above, the fee is RM 15 (USD 3.65) for Malaysians and RM 45 (USD 10.94) for foreigners. Sale of tickets start from 08:30. Tickets are limited and issued on a first-come-first-served basis. Advance purchase and online purchase is available.
How to Get There
The best way to get to Petronas Twin Towers is to take the LRT Kelana Jaya Line train to KLCC station at the base of the towers. Another option is to take buses to KLCC, such as RapidKL bus no. B103, U22 and U26. You may also hop on a taxi or hail an Uber driver to take you straight to the main entrance.
The Petronas Twin Towers is suitable for travellers of all ages and all types, especially for architecture fans.
Time to Spend
Most people spend about 1 hour admiring the towers both from the outside and inside.
You will find a wide variety of restaurants at the nearby Suria KLCC Shopping Mall, for example, Madam Kwan’s or Little Penang for local cuisine, Chilli’s Grill & Bar for western, Du Viet for Vietnamese, Ko Ryo Won for Korean, Bumbu Desa for Indonesian, and Yuzu for Japanese. Moreover, you may opt for specialty restaurants like Melur & Thyme, Chinoz on the Park, Mama-San, Harrods Café and fine-dining restaurant like Marini’s on 57. If you are on tight budget, there are food courts available at level 2 and level 4 of the mall.
KLCC Park, Suria KLCC – located at the base Petronas Twin Towers
Bukit Bintang – accessible via the connecting bridge between KLCC and Pavillion Mall which is about 15 minutes away by foot
Visitors can easily find accommodation in the city of Kuala Lumpur, ranging from budget hostels, mid-range accommodation to luxury hotels. Some accommodations within walking distance to the twin towers are Mandarin Oriental Hotel, The Ascott Hotel, Traders Hotel, Grand Hyatt, and Vstay Hotelier Homestay.