Jul 3, 2013

Petronas Twin Towers ...Malaysia's Iconic Landmark

This post is part of the walking tour we did which originated from Petaling street (Chinatown - Merdeka - Petronas).

From the crowded stalls of Little India, we navigate ourselves and walked for 30 minutes to Malaysia's Iconic landmark Petronas twin towers.

Malaysian Draught Game

Along the way we encountered some happenings happening just by the street. The draught game or locally  Black and White Chess is mainly played here in Malaysia and Singapore.

Malaysian draught board game
Extraordinary Talented Armless Painter

She paints her masterpieces by feet.What an awesome talent.


Good to see the towers again.Once stood as the worlds tallest structure and the worlds tallest twin towers as of today.

Petronas twin towers

Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas twin towers
It took us 1 hour to reach the towers. Quite exhausted, we took a rest near the fountain at KLCC park.

Tips On Getting Skybridge Tickets

• You have to be there before the Petronas Skybridge ticketing counter opens at 8:30 AM. By this time the queue is already 'miles' long. Many queue as early as 6:00 in the morning. Usually by 9:30 AM the tickets would have all been 'sold' for the day.

The Petronas Skybridge visit is opened from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM everyday except Mondays and public holidays. Limited tickets with time stamps are issued every day. Please note that you cannot obtain advance tickets as there is no advance ticketing system in place. Tickets are issued 'fresh' daily.

Tickets are issued for time slots of 15 minutes and each time slot is limited to 20 visitors.

Clean Green Malaysia

This urban sanctuary offers a host of amenities for the public’s enjoyment – from a two-acre children's playground, wading pool and jogging track to shelters and benches, patterned foot-paths and sculptures. One of the cleanest parks I had been. 

Klcc Park Kuala Lumpur

Lake Symphony

The elaborately-landscaped park’s main highlight is the spectacular dancing water fountains.

Lake Symphony Kuala Lumpur 

Getting here 

•  By Taxi or Walk

The Petronas Twin Towers are in between Jalan Ampang and Jalan Raja Chulan. It is also next to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and opposite The Ascott.

By Light Rapid Transit (LRT)
The KLCC station is on the PUTRA LRT line.

From Airport (KLIA)
• There are several airport coaches plying KLIA - Kl sentral route. Fare is around RM10 then take a train from Kl sentral to KLCC . Fare is around RM1.

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