Feel the pulse of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, its capital, and largest city. The famous Petronas Towers Kuala Lumpur, one of the tallest buildings in the world, provides a bird’s eye view of the cosmopolitan city and also beautiful Petronas Towers- Beauty Of Kuala Lumpur. It houses a number of shops and art galleries. Since the 1990s, the city has played host to many international sporting, political and cultural events. Kuala Lumpur is home to the tallest twin buildings in the world, the Petronas Towers – Beauty Of Kuala Lumpur. It has become an iconic symbol of Malaysia’s futuristic development. The Kuala Lumpur Twin Tower buildings are a landmark of the capital.

Petronas Towers- Beauty Of Kuala Lumpur

Most Famous Twins Around The World

Most famous twins around the world

No other buildings quite define the Kuala Lumpur skyline like the most famous twins in town do and also beautiful Petronas Towers- Beauty Of Kuala Lumpur. These buildings soar 452 meters into the sky and were once the highest towers in the world. The Architect César Pelli’s design of the building, has been mainly inspired by conventional Islamic art patterns.

The angular façades of the 88 floors form octagonal stars, and the pinnacles of the buildings resemble the classic contours of a minaret. An exciting fact is that two different construction companies built the two indistinguishable towers in order to meet the 6-year construction target of the project. The towers were officially inaugurated on 1 August 1999 by the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

A World Class Concert Hall

A world class concert hall

The lower floor of the Kuala Lumpur Petronas Towers houses a stunning 920-seat concert hall: the Dewan Filharmonik. In addition to the Malay Philharmonic group, the venue often hosts world-famous orchestras and artists. The majority of performances are classical music concerts. It also hosts the traditional Malaysian dance and music. The height-adjustable ceiling creates a perfect acoustic for every performance. The most striking feature is the huge Klais-pipe organ above the orchestra pit with its almost 3,000 pipes. It is one of the largest pipe organs in South-East Asia.

Bridges

Bridges

Petronas Towers- Beauty Of Kuala Lumpur is the tallest buildings in Kuala Lumpur and where the world’s tallest buildings from 1998-2004. Although, no longer the tallest buildings in the world, there are still plenty of superlatives to describe the towers. The walkway on the 41st and 42nd floor that connects the twin towers Kuala Lumpur is still the highest of its kind. The Sky Bridge is actually not attached to the towers, but moves in and out of the buildings on each side. In high winds, the towers bend in various directions. Visitors can access the Sky Bridge and the observation deck on the 86th floor via one of the express double-decker elevators. Other entertainment is located at the foot of the towers.

Underwater Tunnel And Shipping:

The shipping route here is one of the largest shopping centers in the country. There is even an aquarium with a 90-meter long underwater tunnel for a close-up look at sea turtles, tiger sharks, and stingrays.

One can get the panoramic views of beautiful Kuala Lumpur from the top of the city. Walk along the sky bridge of Kuala Lumpur Towers and admire the entire cityscape from the observation decks. You can skip the long lines and get your official Kuala Lumpur towers tickets at your hotel reception.

 

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