I traveled to Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur and Penang) and Brunei for a week, while I attended my Malaysian friend’s wedding at Kuala Lumpur. In this article, I will write about Petronas Twin Towers and Suria KLCC as part of Day 2.
[Visit Places (series of articles)]
* Day 1 (1) Flying to Kuala Lumpur (Related article)
* Day 1 (2) Night view of Petronas Twin Towers (Related article)
* Day 2 (1) Petronas Twin Towers and Suria KLCC (This article)
* Day 2 (2) Aquaria KLCC (Related article)
* Day 2 (3) Bukit Bintang (Related article)
* Day 3 (1) Colonial architecture in Penang (Related article)
* Day 3 (2) Pinang Peranakan Mansion and Eastern & Oriental Hotel (Related article)
* Day 3 (3) Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion (Blue Mansion) (Related article)
* Day 4 (1) Ethnic architecture in Penang (Related article)
* Day 4 (2) Art works in Penang (Related article)
* Day 5 (1) Masjid Negara and Islamic Arts Museum (Related article)
* Day 5 (2) Chinatown (Related article)
* Day 6 (1) Royal Regalia (Related article)
* Day 6 (2) Old Mosque (Related article)
* Day 7 (1) Water Village, New Mosque and Gadong area (Related article)
* Day 7 (2) Empire Hotel (Related article)
(Day 1, 2, 5, 6: Kuala Lumpur, Day 3, 4: Penang, Day 6, 7: Brunei)
2015.9.22 – 29
NOTE: as the blog title suggests, I mainly write about my travel around Japan, but I will write about my overseas travel in this series.
Twin Towers from the main entrance side.
You can observe the Twin Towers at the Skybridge on level 41 and the Observation Deck on level 86 with the designated time slots. The online booking is available, so I booked the first slot in the morning (9am) in advance.
Now I will watch the Skybridge on level 41. As this was the first time slot, nobody was there.
View from the Skybridge.
As you can see, the sky was cloudy. Actually, when I visited Malaysia and Brunei this time, the sky was always cloudy due to haze that was allegedly caused by forest fire in Indonesia. I hoped to take photos with blue sky, but it was impossible. So, I will take photos with different perspectives.
In the meantime, other visitors at the next time slot arrived.
Thus, I took photos that involved visitors there.
Observation Deck (86F)
Then, I moved to the Observation Deck on level 86. There were some exhibits related to the Twin Towers.
View from the Observation Deck.
Just like at the Skybridge, I took photos including visitors there.
The two men on the right side were synchronized.
For your information, you can see another tower from the observation deck.
The couple below took photos while making poses several times.
I left the Twin Towers.
Then, I visited Suria KLCC, a large shopping mall, which was directly connected with the Twin Towers.
So, that’s it for the article about Petronas Twin Towers and Suria KLCC. I believe KLCC is one of the must visit areas in Kuala Lumpur even for repeaters 🙂
In the next article, I will write about Aquaria KLCC, another tourist spot at KLCC area.