The Twins of Malaysia
A short, one-hour flight brought us to Kuala Lumper (KL) for three power-packed days! We wanted this trip to be short, yet full of activities, sightseeing and enjoyment 🙂
In this post, I want to focus on the Petronas Twin Towers in KL during both day and night.
The Twin Towers of KL were the tallest skyscrapers in the world. Until 2004, that is, when they were surpassed by the Taipei World Financial Center in Taiwan. Nevertheless, these twins remain the tallest twin towers in the world.
The towers are located very centrally. This landmark has a skybridge connecting the two towers with each other on the 41st and 42nd floor, which makes it a popular tourist spot. Moreover, the Suria Mall is located right behind it together with the beautiful KLCC Park.
Before looking at the towers at night time, I want to show you some mesmerizing captures of the Symphony Lake Fountain Show!
If you have been reading my blog for a while, you might know that I visited Dubai last year in March where I witnessed the Dubai Fountain Show. That was amazing; however, this show in KL was different and included colorful laser!
The show is quite long, approx. 25-30 minutes including short intervals, and run from 10 in the morning until 10-10.30 p.m. However, the colorful lights only appear in the evening hours.
You can see the Twin Towers lit-up from the park: it’s a beautiful view seeing the towers together with the fountain show. Having said that, to get the perfect view…
We went to the SkyBar at Traders Hotel, which is located on a 5 min walking distance from the water fountain.
Tadaaa! Isn’t is just perfect from here? 🙂 Moreover, this bar is a nice place to spend some time after dinner and it’s one of the most appreciated places to swing to the beats of the DJ!
Next, if you haven’t had enough of the Twins of KL yet, get ready to dine at Nobu, which is just next to the Twin Towers. Besides this, of course, it also has beautiful views of the entire city together with a delicious meal at the restaurant.
There are plenty of dining options with beautiful views of the city. Just to name a few to my personal taste, apart from Nobu: Marini’s 57, Troika Sky Dining and View @ G Tower 🙂
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I hope you enjoyed reading 🙂
Have you been to KL? What is your favorite spot?
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