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Petronas Towers: Tours & Tickets

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Architectural Features of the Petronas Tower

Standing at 452 meters, Kuala Lumpur's Petronas Towers - comprising two tours - was the tallest building in the world until 2004. Here are some of the astonishing features that you can experience for yourself on your visit.

KLCC Park

KLCC Park

At the foot of the building is the KLCC Park, a 17-acre expanse of green used by joggers and city-dwellers to recharge their batteries. There's even a great fountain light show!

Suria Mall
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Suria Mall

Counted among one of Malaysia's largest shopping malls, the Suria specializes in fancy foreign goods.

Skybridge
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Skybridge

The Skybridge connects the two towers, making for an easy walk across the highest double-decker bridge in the world! Tickets are free, but only 1000 are available per day.

Observation Deck
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Observation Deck

Go up 360 meters - the 86th floor - to the Petronas Towers' observation deck. The most spectacular view is at sunset, to see a pink-tinged view of Kuala Lumpur.

Other features

Although it boasts features like restaurants, the building is mostly used as an office housing the most high-scale Malaysian companies.

Our insider tips

When to visit

All year-round, except Mondays and national holidays.

Opening times

Open from 9:00AM to 9:00PM. On Fridays, please note it's closed from 1:00PM to 2:30PM.

Getting there

The nearest metro station is KLCC, on line KJ10. You can also ask a taxi driver to take you to Suria KLCC entrance.

Tour

You can enjoy the Petronas Towers as part of a wider visit to Kuala Lumpur - the Batu Caves are well worth a visit, too!

Good to know

  • When should I visit?
    Open Tuesday through Sunday, 9:00AM to 9:00PM. Closed on Fridays 1:00PM to 2:30PM and on national holidays.
  • Is it expensive?
    Free to view the building from outside, and to cross the Skybridge, but please note ticket restrictions and plan ahead!
  • Will I need a guide?
    It is not necessary to have a guide.
  • How to get there
    The closest metro station is KLCC on the KJ10 line, or a taxi can take you to the Suria KLCC entrance.
  • Additional information
    ** Plan ahead to get tickets, as early morning queueing may be necessary*

What people are saying about Petronas Towers

Overall rating
4.5 / 5
based on 1,554 reviews

It was a wonderful Experience with our Guide Mr. Edward at Half Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour - Malaysia - He Narrated the History of Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia Along with the places background in an excellent way - Never came across such a knowledgeable Guide - Too much professional - you didn't get bore and his Brief review before reaching to a destination created more enthusiasm in us to see the place from angles he narrate the history. Amazing Guide he is. Must recommend him to every one who is visiting Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia - to contact him to make their Visit wonderful and memorable. Mr Edward can be reach +60-10-212-8699 - Thanks Mr Edward for such a nice memorable Guidance.

Kuala Lumpur: Half-Day City Tour Reviewed by

Ganesh was a great guide and very knowledgeable. I enjoyed the ride and the explanations. It's a great tour to see the main highlights of KL and the Batu Caves all in one day. I am not rating it excellent as i had to contact the agency multiple times to get a confirmation of the pick up time etc which was only received at 7pm the evening before the tour itself.

Our guide and driver, Edward, arrived on time and provided us with interesting knowledge about the city and country’s history and culture. An unexpected treat was seeing the motorcade of the king’s daughter leaving the palace. We were taken to various spots wherein we were able to buy Malaysian souvenirs such as chocolates, coffee, and batik goods.

Kuala Lumpur: Half-Day City Tour Reviewed by

This is a great tour. It was the highlight of our time in Singapore. We traveled by local train to several neighborhoods that had Malay, Indian, Chinese, and other cuisines. We also went to a local market and learned about the various foods. The tour took us through local sights such as Merdeka Square and the River of Life.

We had a great tour experience with Edward and Mr Clement. They were punctual, pleasant and willing to help. Plenty of info about Malaysia, its culture and history. Good as an orientation tour. Guides spoke good English. Overall great experience, thank you.

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