Merry Malaysia: Petronas Twin Towers

Get ready to be impressed with the famous twin architecture, day or night.

Along with my baby sister, we roamed the busy lanes and heritage buildings of the heart of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.



It’s my birthday month and this time, I chose to celebrate it in this Muslim country. Even though it’s Christmas season, I can barely felt it. Guess I’m just used to the fact that Yuletide is always equal to Christmas trees and glittering decors. Nevertheless, I am full of anticipation on what’s store for us in the coming days. Our first stop, the well-known skyscraper, the Petronas Twin Towers.



Mounted at the City Center in Kuala Lumpur, the 88-storey building stood high for more than a decade and continues to be one of Malaysia’s tourism gems.

So what’s inside this tallest twin towers in the world?

The outstanding facade reflects its interiors, grand and lavish. Seamless in every possible way. It is evident that it was tailored by the skilled hands of great architects and engineers.





We took some photos and left, but we did came back after our Genting Highlands tour that morning. We wouldn’t pass the chance to see the Petronas Twin Towers up close at night. And soon, we found ourselves gawking and mouth agape in the glittering twin towers standing mightily before us.


I’m not usually smitten with buildings, but for some reason, I was stunned by the brilliance of the construction. It is really impressive. It is a wonder how humans can create an astounding piece of architecture. Our eyes, wide in bewilderment.



We really wished that we have set our feet to the skybridge of the building as well, however, because of time constraint we skipped the thought. On a positive note, we were so glad to have our photo-op with this magnificent engineering. ❤

Another tick in my bucket list! 🙂


Petronas Twin Towers is located at 1, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Getting Here:
Take a train from any station within Klang Valley area and make your way to KLCC Station (KJ10).

Numerous and convenient, taxis are a popular way of traveling. Always request the driver to switch on the fare meter before your journey. The taxis can easily drop you off around Suria KLCC’s main entrance.

Access KLCC through Jalan Ampang, Jalan P. Ramlee and Jalan Kia Peng.
Tunnels at Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Tun Razak and the Ampang – Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway (AKLEH) are also directly connected to the KLCC Parking Bays.

Directions are courtesy of Petronas Twin Towers’ website.


Note: This Malaysia trip was held last December 2012.


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