Skip the lines at the Petronas Twin Towers with tickets delivered directly to your hotel. Take in spectacular views from the observation tower.
Get stunning views of Kuala Lumpur and its surroundings, and experience one of Malaysia’s most iconic buildings with a skip-the-line ticket to the…
Skip the lines at the Petronas Towers and head to the Observation Deck and Skybridge for panoramic views of the city and then see Kuala Lumpur from…
This evening tour will take you to the experience the melting-pot culture of Malaysia. Visit the Petronas Twin Towers, an open-air bazaar of…
This tour which will arrange your visits at the best of Kuala Lumpur like the observation deck of Petronas Towers, Batu Caves, Thean Hou Temple etc.…
Skip the long lines for taxis on landing at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and pre-book a guaranteed return transfer to the city center. Enjoy a…
Top sights in Kuala Lumpur
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.
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!
Counted among one of Malaysia's largest shopping malls, the Suria specializes in fancy foreign goods.
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.
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.
Although it boasts features like restaurants, the building is mostly used as an office housing the most high-scale Malaysian companies.
All year-round, except Mondays and national holidays.
Open from 9:00AM to 9:00PM. On Fridays, please note it's closed from 1:00PM to 2:30PM.
The nearest metro station is KLCC, on line KJ10. You can also ask a taxi driver to take you to Suria KLCC entrance.
You can enjoy the Petronas Towers as part of a wider visit to Kuala Lumpur - the Batu Caves are well worth a visit, too!
- When to visitOpen Tuesday through Sunday, 9:00AM to 9:00PM. Closed on Fridays 1:00PM to 2:30PM and on national holidays.
- What is the price?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 thereThe closest metro station is KLCC on the KJ10 line, or a taxi can take you to the Suria KLCC entrance.
- Additional tips** Plan ahead to get tickets, as early morning queueing may be necessary*
What People Are Saying About Petronas Towers
Our guide was knowledgeable and respectful and allowed us the time we wished to spend at locations. He took photos of us and allowed us plenty of time to take photos. Really enhanced our shirt trip of Malaysia
We enjoyed are trip up the Towers. The people were helpful and organized. There were also good facilities available to the visitors, such as bathrooms and gift shops. The place was clean and the view is to die for. You can take some really good pictures while on the Towers.
The chaffeur was the best. He had a cheery disposition and made our tour the most comfortable. We made a mistake and told the agency to pick us up at the wrong airport. It was not a problem, he was there to pick us up in under an hour. I completely recommend this service.
Unfortunately the weather we not for us... Nevertheless, the organization enable a good visit w/o pressure for the visitor. Improvement tip: route indication should be improve (we lost 20 minutes to find the visit entrance).
Paul Wong was an excellent guide who went over and above to show my colleague and I a great overview of KL. He kindly came to meet us at the Sentral train station (different from normal meeting point) , Paul stayed longer than the appointed time too showing us as much interesting and fascinating KL as possible in the very brief visit we had in KL.