Sunday, March 27, 2011

Checking Out the Petronas Twin Towers

A virgin trip to Malaysia is incomplete without checking out the Petronas Twin Towers or KLCC. These skyscrapers and twin towers were one of the tallest buildings in the world and is the landmark of Kuala Lumpur. In short form, it is a must to check this place out when we are in Malaysia for the first time.

Seemingly, the KLCC Skybridge is open to all visitors and according to the Wikipedia, the tickets are limited to 1700 people daily on first-come, first-served basis. Unfortunately, we didn't really have the chance to go up there and check the skybridge since we were catching plane for my family to go back home to Indonesia.

With the 30 minutes time that my husband allocated for us to check KLCC before heading to the airport, under the scorching hot sun, we loitered around the building's park below and snapped pictures with the towers as many as we could.

 My family with the KLCC in the background.

Below the buildings, there is KLCC park, notably was designed for jogging and completed with walking paths, fountain with incorporated light show (which we didn't catch) and a children playground (which I didn't notice).

Taking silly picture with my sister at the KLCC Park.

Another silly picture directed by my husband.

Actually before we really headed to LCCT, my husband let us check the Suria KLCC too but we didn't really buy much, again due to the time constraint. Suria KLCC is an upmarket retail podium at the feet of the Petronas Towers and mostly features high-street labels.

That was it for my family's first trip to Malaysia. Petronas Twin Towers concluded it all. Hope to welcome them again this September.

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