Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur

Tickets for the Petronas Towers

Malaysia's famous twin skyscrapers, the Petronas Towers, dominate the capital's modern skyline. They guarantee incredible views of the city as well as great scenery! Find the best Petronas Towers tickets and important information for your visit here.

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Petronas Towers Tickets Comparison

  • Petronas Tower Ticket

    Petronas Twin Towers Ticket

    • from US$ 29.00
    • Access to the Petronas Towers – without a queue!

    This ticket gives you a perfect view of urban Kuala Lumpur as well as the magnificent landscape. Whether on the 86th-floor observation deck or the sky bridge between the two towers - the view is magnificent!
    With this ticket, you skip the long queues on-site and thus don't lose any precious time!

  • Petronas Tower Ticket

    Petronas Towers Ticket incl. Transfer

    • from US$ 30.00
    • Access to the Petronas Towers – without a queue!
    • Incl. transfer to Petronas Towers

    Get picked up directly at your hotel and driven to the famous Petronas Twin Towers. Once there, skip the long queue on-site. An elevator will take you directly to the 86th-floor observation deck and sky bridge. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the entire city. Especially on the sky bridge, you can tie particularly impressive souvenir photos!

  • Kombi-Ticket
    Petronas Tower Ticket

    Petronas Towers Ticket & Batu Caves

    • from US$ 110.00, duration: 8 hours
    • Access to the Petronas Towers – without a queue!
    • Access to Batu Caves
    • Tour to Central Market, Merdeka Square, Istana Negara, Lake Gardens, and more
    • Incl. transfer

    Enjoy a full day of the most beautiful sights in Kuala Lumpur. You will be picked up directly at your hotel and taken to the Petronas Towers. There you have access to the observation deck and the sky bridge. You will then continue to the Royal Palace and Merdeka Square. A short break at the Central Market is also a good opportunity to enjoy local food and buy some souvenirs for your loved ones. Afterward, your drive will take you past the Lake Gardens (Perdana Botanical Gardens and Bird Park), where you can visit the National Monument, the National Mosque (Masjid Negara), and the beautiful old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station.

    After exploring the great sights in Kuala Lumpur, head to the famous Batu Caves, which are a huge outcrop of limestone. Inside is a mysterious Hindu shrine with various deities. To reach the shrine, you have to climb 272 steps into the deep cave. An absolute must for Kuala Lumpur travelers.

    Finally, you will drive to the Malaysian Batik Centre and get an impressive insight into how these fabrics are printed. Afterward, you will be driven back to your hotel.

Petronas Towers - The landmark of Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia’s famous twin skyscrapers located in the federal territory of Kuala Lumpur are serving as a massive source of tourist attraction speaks for its own exquisite infrastructure. With a height of 451 meters and incorporating 88 floors, the Petronas Twin Towers being the landmark of Kuala Lumpur dominates the modern skyline of the capital city.

The uniqueness of these buildings is not only the fact that they are the tallest twin towers in the world but also that the buildings have Islamic motifs on them evidently portraying Malaysia’s orthodox views about the Islamic religion. Not only this, but the towers also offer a public sky bridge and observation deck.

Petronas Twin Tower

Fun Facts about the Petronas Towers

Some interesting facts about the Petronas Twin Towers that reflect the cultural and historical vibes of the place:

  • The tower is a representation of the strength, solidarity, culture, and spirit of development in the people of Malaysia. These qualities of the Malaysians are reflected in the way the tower is modern, sturdy yet it promotes the country’s history and culture.
  • The two towers and the bridge almost look like an ‘M’, the letter with which Malaysia starts from.
  • The towers have 40 lifts (about 10 double decker lifts included, which can carry 26 people at one time), it has 88 floors and 32,000 windows. The top most floors exhibiting the city’s view in the most elegant way possible.
  • In 2004, the KL Twin Towers received the esteemed Aga Khan Award for its extraordinary architectural beauty and novelty.
  • The Bridge that connects the two towers is connected through the 42nd and 43rd floor, the experience of walking on these bridge is exquisite as it is one of the highest sky-bridges in the world. It took 3 lifts to take the sky-bridge up to the 42nd /43rd floor, the first two times, the construction team had to face several severe issues but at the third time, the hard work paid off.
  • The ground where the towers stand was first said to be used as a horse-racing track.
Petronas Tower

What to do around the Petronas Twin Towers?

There are many activities that you can enjoy both inside and around the Petronas Twin Towers. Following is a list of those activities:

  • Visit the Aquarium that is open every day the towers operate from 10:30 am to 8 pm. The towers are closed on Mondays and during prayer times on Fridays.
  • Visit Petrosians which is a science discovery center where interesting experiments are practices to amuse the audience.
  • Go to the shopping mall, because every vacation is incomplete without shopping. The food court near it is the center of attraction for many foodies.
  • Visit the Philharmonic Hall located at the podium level that showcases exclusive cultural
  • performances.

Book your Petronas Towers Ticket today and save money!

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The twin towers being a picture-perfect place, have many activities awaiting the tourists to keep them entertained at every moment. You can buy our longer duration tickets, bring along your cameras, and capture the most beautiful sightings and angels of the tower by coming both at daytime and nighttime. The sunlight reflecting the mirrors gives an entirely different look to the tower as compared to nighttime when the sky turns murky and the lights start glowing, giving the towers an electrifying glimmer.

Opening Hours and Directions

Opening Hours

9:00 - 21:00
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May vary on public holidays/festivals.


Arrival by train
The easiest way to get to Petronas Towers is to take the Kelana Jaya Line. Get off at KLCC station.

Arrival by taxi
You can also get to the Petronas Towers cheaply and conveniently by taxi. We recommend Grab for this.

Concourse Level, Lower Ground, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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