Visiting Petronas Tower – Amazing Building That Symbolize Malaysia

Petronas towers of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia (source: kamonohashikamo.wordpress.com)

 

Visiting Malaysia feels not complete if you are not go to a building that became an icon of tourism in this country: Petronas Twin Tower. Petronas Twin Tower is the symbol of dignity and pride of the Malaysia. The twin tower soars into the sky it is well known throughout the world and the beauty compete with Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

Petronas Twin Towers was once the tallest building in the world in conjunction with the World Trade Centre in the United States before it was surpassed by the Burj Dubai. The towers have a height of 452 meters above ground level. from top of this tower we can see a view of the whole Malaysia.

The twin towers are also known as KLCC. This place seemed to be the location that must be visited by tourists. To enjoy the contents of the building, it takes a great struggle. You have to get up early to queue up for ticket to this Petronas Twin Tower. The number of tickets distributed was limited although given away for free, there are only about 1,000 tickets issued. A little late you would have run out.

The first tower or tower one is office for Petronas company, all the business related to Petronas oil company handled in tower one. The second tower is filled by other companies and tourist attractions.

On the bottom floor there is the Aquaria Oceanarium, There is also the Petronas Philharmonic Hall, you are required to use formal wear at this place. In this place they always presents Philharmonic concerts and traditional cultural shows along with another set of Malaysian culture. On the third floor there is a Petronas Art Gallery. This place is the best place to buy and sell art works at the Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur. On the 4th floor there Petrosains & Petrosains Speed, a place where we can learn science in an interesting way using equipments provided. This place is always visited by pupils from the school.

In the evenings, This favorite tourist attraction in Kuala Lumpur offers a view of a very beautiful city. It is an excellent moment to take pictures of the beautiful scenery using your camera. Not only the buildings that makes this place so spectacular, around KLCC they also have a park named KLCC Park, This area is fairly spacious place in beautiful landscape. Around 19:00 local time There will be traditional dancing show near the fountain area outside The Petronas Tower.

Map to Petronas Tower.

Photos of  Petronas Tower

Petronas Tower at Night (source: busybuzzlightyear.wordpress.com)

Petronas Tower at Night (source: busybuzzlightyear.wordpress.com)

 

Petronas towers of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia (source: kamonohashikamo.wordpress.com)

Petronas towers of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia (source: kamonohashikamo.wordpress.com)

 

Philharmonic Hall (source: photobucket.com)

Philharmonic Hall (source: photobucket.com)

 

In Front of Petronas Towers (source: world-adventurer.com)

In Front of Petronas Towers (source: world-adventurer.com)

 

Petronas Towers at Night (source: world-visits.com)

Petronas Towers at Night (source: world-visits.com)

 

Petronas Art Gallery (source: mojotravel.wordpress.com)

Petronas Art Gallery (source: mojotravel.wordpress.com)

 

Aquaria Oceanarium (source: wikimedia.org)

Aquaria Oceanarium (source: wikimedia.org)

 

KLCC Park

KLCC Park

 

Petronas Art Gallery (source: expatgomalaysia.com)

Petronas Art Gallery (source: expatgomalaysia.com)

 

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