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Plan Your Visit to the Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Towers, also known as the KLCC Towers or the Twin Towers, are the most iconic landmarks in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These towers were once the tallest buildings in the world, and remain the tallest twin towers in the world today. The Petronas Towers are a symbol of Malaysia's modernization, and a must-see for anyone visiting Kuala Lumpur. This page will help you understand everything you need to know before visiting this iconic place, including timings, getting here, entrances, things to do, and more.

Visiting the Petronas Twin Towers

Plan Your Visit to The Petronas Twin Towers

What are the Petronas Twin Towers' opening hours?

  • Tuesday to Sunday: 9 AM to 5 PM
  • Last Entry: 4:30 PM
  • Closure: The twin towers are closed on Mondays. (Except on Public Holidays or Replacement Public Holiday for holidays that fall on Monday)

What is the best time to visit the Petronas Towers?

  • Between 7 PM and 9 PM in the late evening is the ideal time to visit. You can catch a fountain and light show at this time, as well as a symphony and light show at Lake Symphony at KLCC every evening from 8 PM to 10 PM.
  • We’d also recommend visiting the Petronas Towers on weekdays, as weekends may get quite crowded.

Where are the Petronas Towers located?

  • The Twin Towers are located in the heart of Malaysia's capital city, Kuala Lumpur.
  • Address: Concourse Level, Petronas Twin Towers, Lower Ground, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Closest Landmark: Suria KLCC Shopping Mall

Getting to the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur

  • By Metro: Line LRT Kelana Jaya [Nearest Stop: KLCC]
  • By Train: Port Klang Line and the Seremban Line (KMT), Sri Petaling Line and the Ampang Line (LRT), Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line (MRT), and the KL Monorail Line [Nearest Stop: KLCC]
  • By Bus: Rapid KL City Bus, Green Line GO KL City Bus, and Purple Line GOKL City Bus [Nearest Stop: KLCC]
    By Car: Distance from the Airport- 59.8km (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) [Nearest Car Parking: Suria KLCC Basement Parking]

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  • The Petronas Twin Towers' opening hours are from 9 AM to 5 PM, providing ample time for visitors to explore their architectural splendor and panoramic views.
  • The towers are closed on Mondays. (Except on Public Holidays or Replacement Public Holiday for holidays that fall on Monday)

Closest Landmark: Suria KLCC Shopping Mall 

Address: Concourse Level, Petronas Twin Tower, Lower Ground, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • By Metro: Line LRT Kelana Jaya [Nearest Stop: KLCC]
  • By Train: Port Klang Line and the Seremban Line (KMT), Sri Petaling Line and the Ampang Line (LRT), Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line (MRT), and the KL Monorail Line [Nearest Stop: KLCC]
  • By Bus: Rapid KL City Bus, Green Line GO KL City Bus, and Purple Line GOKL City Bus [Nearest Stop: KLCC]
    By Car: Distance from the Airport- 59.8km (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) [Nearest Car Parking: Suria KLCC Basement Parking]
  • The main entrance to the Petronas Towers is located on the concourse level of the shopping mall at the base of the towers. The entrance is marked by a grand archway with the Petronas Towers logo above it. 
  • This entrance is primarily used by visitors who wish to access the shopping mall or visit the tourist center. The tourist center provides visitors with a brief history of the towers, and guests can purchase tickets to visit the observation deck or the skybridge. This entrance is open to the public daily from 9 AM to 9 PM.
  • Personal Belongings: Visitors are allowed to bring bags or backpacks but have to store them in the Towers' storage facility. All baggage and personal items are compulsorily taken through the Security Scanning Machine.
  • Photography: Photography is only allowed in designated areas.
  • Food & Drinks: Eating, drinking and chewing gum are not allowed inside the Petronas Twin Towers.
  • Smoking: Smoking is strictly prohibited within the premises of the towers.
  • Dress Code: Shorts, sleeveless shirts, and sandals are not allowed inside the towers. Visitors must wear shoes and cover their shoulders and knees. If you're not appropriately dressed, you may be denied entry to the towers.
  • Nobu KL: This fine dining restaurant will take your breath away with its food and the glorious skyline of Kuala Lumpur! Situated on the 56th floor of the Petronas Twin Towers, you can enjoy the highest feats of fine-dining Japanese cuisine at Nobu.
  • Marble 8: Luxury awaits you at this marvelous steakhouse. Located within the Petronas Twin Towers, on the 56th floor, this restaurant specializes in dry-aged steaks that will bring a whole new flavor to your palate. 
  • Marini’s on 57: As the name suggests, this restaurant is on the 57th floor of the Petronas Twin Towers, and offers the widest selection of gourmet food and drinks. Studded with a bar of the most delicious elixirs, you will be left wanting more at Marini’s.

Visitor Tips & Guidelines for the Petronas Twin Towers

Skip the Crowds: Arrive early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid the largest crowds. 

Online Tickets: Purchase your tickets online in advance to avoid long queues at the ticket counters. You can secure your tickets here.

Skybridge Secrets: While most visitors head straight to the observation deck on Level 86, don't miss the Skybridge on Level 41. It offers a unique perspective of the city and is a fantastic photo spot.

Photography Tips: If you're into photography, bring a wide-angle lens to capture the towers in all their glory. Tripods are not allowed, so practice your handheld photography skills.

Dress Comfortably: Kuala Lumpur's weather can be hot and humid. Wear lightweight, breathable clothing and comfortable shoes for exploring.

Evening Views: If you can time it right, visit the towers in the evening to witness the cityscape transitioning from day to night. The skyline is particularly stunning after sunset.




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Frequently Asked Questions About Visiting Petronas Twin Towers

Is it worth visiting the Petronas Twin Towers?

Absolutely! Visiting the Petronas Twin Towers offers iconic views of Kuala Lumpur and a chance to experience world-class architecture.

What are the Petronas Twin Towers' opening hours?

The towers are generally open from 9 AM to 5 PM. Find more information about timings here.

What is the best time to visit the Petronas Twin Towers?

Arriving early in the morning or late in the afternoon can help you avoid the crowds and capture stunning photos in the soft light.

Can I enter Petronas Twin Towers any time during operating hours?

While you can enter during operating hours, we’d recommend arriving earlier to enjoy a more relaxed visit.

How much time does it take to visit the Petronas Twin Towers?

We’d recommend planning for at least 1-2 hours to explore the observation decks, exhibitions, and soak in the breathtaking views.

Are tickets required to enter the Petronas Twin Towers?

Yes, tickets are necessary to visit the attractions inside the towers. You can purchase them online or at the ticket counter.

Can I buy tickets in advance for the Petronas Twin Towers?

Yes, we’d recommend booking tickets online in advance to secure your visit and avoid long lines. Book your tickets here.

Is there a dress code to follow when visiting the Petronas Twin Towers?

While there isn't a strict dress code, we’d recommend dressing modestly as a sign of respect when visiting cultural landmarks in Malaysia.

Can I take pictures inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

Yes, you can take pictures inside, including the observation decks, but tripod usage may be restricted.

What are some must-see highlights inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

Don't miss the SkyBridge, Observation Deck, and interactive displays that offer insights into the towers' construction and history. Find more information here.