Menara Kuala Lumpur or KL Tower is one of the tallest concrete towers in the world, standing at 421m and built with 45,000 cubic metres of sturdy concrete.

Designed with vertical ribs on the external surface, the Tower weighs 100,000 tonnes and was built on no-piling, freestanding land. Menara Kuala Lumpur opulently stands as the tallest tower in Southeast Asia.

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The Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge is a walkway connecting the Petronas Twin Towers in between the 41st and 42nd floor.

It’s a good place to have a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur City area, and it’s FREE! Visitors however are only allowed to stay for 10 minutes during their visit.

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The KLCC Lake Symphony is located just outside of Petronas Twin Towers, or Suria KLCC to be precise; and is part of the KLCC Park.

The lake covers an approximate area of 10,000 square metres, featuring mesmerising fountain displays.

The symphony displays consist of 5 programmes with over 380 individually sequenced effects shooting up to a maximum height of 42 metres. These effects are displayed along the arc and the two rings totalling 80 metres in length.

The Lake Symphony fountains are on from noon till 2pm and 6pm till 11pm on weekdays. For weekends and public holidays, the fountains are on from 10am till midnight.

The Petronas Twin Towers were once the world’s tallest buildings. The towers are 452m (1483ft) high and have 88 floors.

The towers were designed by architect C├ęsar Pelli, and were completed in 1998. The structures were constructed largely from reinforced concrete with a steel and glass facade that were designed to resemble motifs found in Islamic art, a reflection of Malaysia’s Muslim religion.

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