The Petronas Twin Tower is made from glass facade and steel making the building the tallest twin structure in the world. What adds to adventure here is the sky bridge built on the 41st floor and is about 170 meters above the ground. The towers were completed in 1998 and were designed by the Argentinian designer César Pelli. Initially, they were designed as the headquarters of national oil and gas company Petronas. The building in all has 88 floors and is surrounded by wonderful structures evincing the beauty of the city on the whole. It was considered the tallest building of the world until 2004 when another building was constructed in another country. The steel towers are called the twin jewels and certainly, a must-visit when in Malaysia.
The lush greenery around the Petronas Towers, the 50-acre KLCC Park soon became a tourist attraction for the manmade Lake Symphony that lies within. Once here, you can gaze at the water fountains that showcase unique water shows regularly. Apart from this there are reflecting pools, waterfalls, over 1900 indigenous trees, a long walking track, a children’s playground and sculptures to look forward to. Definitely a great attraction for you and your loved ones.