Things You Can Do Here
- Take the Petronas Twin Towers’ futuristic elevator up to level 86 and open your eyes to the rare glimpse of the city of Kuala Lumpur from the eyes of an eagle.
- Gain first hand experience of walking across the bridge connecting the two majestic Petronas KLCC towers (or Menara Berkembar Petronas as locals call it).
- Spend your time at the Petronas Towers observation deck and see more of the city area with your tower entrance ticket.
- Enjoy this and other attractions in the KLCC area (like the Aquaria) via an easy one way transfer from your hotel.
- Alternatively, see the view of Kuala Lumpur from the KL Tower for a more relaxing and longer viewing experience ( yes, they are two different towers at two different locations).
- Have a question about the Petronas Twin Towers Bridge ticket? Check the FAQ below.
Is there a time limit for visitors?
Yes. There’s a time limit for visitors to these areas. Visitors are allowed to stay around 10 minutes on the Skybridge and around 15-20 minutes on the observation deck.
What's the best time to visit the KLCC Skybridge?
The best time to visit the Twin Towers is near sunset.
Why should I buy tickets for the Petronas Towers Bridge in advance?
You are advised to buy it in advance as the queue for the Skybridge ticket is long.
On top of that, there is a daily limit on the number of visitors allowed on the bridge.
What's the ticket price for infants/ babies?
Children under aged 3 gets access to the Skybridge FREE of charge.
Can my kids visit the KLCC Skybridge by themselves?
No. Children below 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
Apart from the KLCC Skybridge, is there any other towers I can get on while in Kuala Lumpur?
Yes. Try the KL Tower.
Wait. Are you saying that the KLCC Twin Towers and the KL Towers are two different buildings?
Yes. The KLCC Twin Towers are two exact towers linked by a bridge, and is located right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC). These metallic, rocket shaped (or corn shaped, as some insists) towers are filled with offices, posh mall, hotels and attractions around it.
The bridge acts as an evacuation/emergency path for the towers. As such, only a limited number of visitors are allowed on the bridge and the viewing area everyday.
The KL Tower on the other hand is a single tower that lies on a forest reserve hill of Bukit Nanas, Kuala Lumpur. This white color telecommunication tower also has a viewing deck for tourists, but with no time limit (unlike the one in the KLCC).
Average Time Spent Here
From KL City Center
- Monday : CLOSED
- Tue – Sun : 9 am – 9 pm
Fridays: Closed between 1.00 pm – 2.30 pm
Hari Raya Aidilfitri & Aidiladha : Closed
Last admission: 8.30pm