The Petronas Towers are the symbol of modern KL and one of the attraction you must visit. The 88 story identical towers were the tallest building in the world until 2004. The Islamic-inspired building has a Sky Bridge on the 41st and 42nd floor where you can go and have a privileged view of Kuala Lumpur skyline. The view you get from the bottom of the towers is incredible too. Inside the building, a huge mall is a truly shopping paradise with international brands and some upscale boutiques.The Menara KL Towers, a 421m high telecommunications and broadcasting tower that has an observation deck on the top, a restaurant and many other activities for visitors.TIP: To avoid disappointment, be sure to book your tickets in advance, as the tickets sell out almost every day.
1. PETRONAS TWIN TOWER I am pretty sure that the first thing that comes to anybody's mind while thinking about Malaysia trip is the Petronas Twin Tower. Almost every one of us has gone through the pictures of these amazing twin towers and let me confirm you that these towers do look magnificent, not only at night but in the daytime as well. The architecture of these towers is amazing. They are not solely glass and you can actually see a lot of steel which makes the architecture stands out and different. This 88 storey building has a huge shopping mall inside which contains some exceptionally luxurious high-end brands (what else one can ask for). I took a tour of Petronas twin tower, where you can go to its 41st floor that has a sky bridge and have a privileged view of KL skyline. The 86th-floor observatory deck tells about the history of the towers and you can have a close look at the city through binoculars. To be honest, you can totally skip this tour if you are tight on schedule and budget too as it's not very cheap. You can get to have a view of KL from Menara Towers. So my suggestion would be to skip the tour and have some good clicks from outside.