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Get An Inside Look Into Petronas Twin Towers| Sky Bridge, Observation Deck, and Petrosains

Scaling the skies in central Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Twin Towers are soaring twin skyscrapers that represent Malaysia's innovation and heritage. Visited by millions, the 88-storey building stands at an impressive 451.9 metres. Inside, the Twin Towers usher you in for a lighting-fast tour that highlights its cutting-edge architecture. From its interlinking double-decker Sky Bridge and its spacious Observation Deck, you are served sweeping views of a skyscraper-dotted cityscape. Visit the Petrosains, The Discovery Centre, for creative learning experiences that unpack scientific inventions and discoveries.  The Petronas Twin Towers are truly an unmissable, modern marvel!

What’s inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

Inside Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge

The first stop on the Petronas Twin Towers tour, the Skybridge opens out like a glassy corridor that links the identical towers. The double-decker bridge, the highest in the world, sits at a lofty 170 metres above ground and weighs about 750 tons! As you walk through, observe the beauty of the Skybridge that’s snugly bookended by the towers and yet is not fully attached to them. Your ten minutes here will also have to be dedicated to taking in the views of the unfolding city - complete with skyscrapers, busy streets and tranquil parks. 

Inside Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers Observation Deck

Next, soar up to the 86th level of the Petronas Twin Towers for the high point of your tour, quite literally! The softly lit, expansive Deck features long windows that look out into bustling Kuala Lumpur. Just behind the window are sight-seeing telescopes that help you zoom into the buildings and streets that dot the city. The Deck also affords a full view of the spire that crowns each of the towers and reaches out to the open skies. Finally, spend some time at the interactive displays and glass-encased models of the building that delve into its history and significance. 

Inside Petronas Twin Towers

Petrosains, The Discovery Centre 

Once you’ve wrapped up the tour, head to Petrosains, The Discovery Centre that’s located on the fourth level of Tower 2. This is a separately ticketed experience and is popular with children and families. Petrosains is a science centre fitted with zones that are dedicated to technological, engineering and scientific innovations. Lined up in a square, the zones start off at Sparkz - an interactive space with paper helicopters and grain pits for younger children. Next, you can hop on to a Formula 1 simulator at Speed, catch a 3D film, get close to life-like dinosaurs and finish off with a meet and greet with steely robots.

How to go inside the Petronas Twin Towers? 

The Petronas Twin Towers has two entry points. The Dewan Filharmonik entrance is the one at the main foyer. There is also an entry through Suria KLCC Mall, which stands at the foot of the towers.

Visitor tips

Inside Petronas Twin Towers
  • Arrive at least 20 - 30 minutes before your experience so that you have enough time to check in and go through security. 
  • The tour does not go beyond 40 minutes and visitors do not have permission to linger on after their tour. So, make the most of your time there! 
  • If you are getting a last-minute ticket, head to the ticketing counter on-site and check out the display screens that show you the slots available.
  • Bags, strollers, water bottles and selfie sticks are not allowed through security. You will have to check them in at the security counter. 
  • While children are allowed into the Petronas Twin Towers, smaller children might be scared by the altitude. If you are bringing in your child, you may want to check with them before signing up. 
  • The staff here is friendly and helpful. So, don’t hesitate if you need help with wheelchairs or getting around the facilities. 
  • There are no restaurants on-site. Head to the nearby Suria KLCC mall after your 40-minute tour to grab a bite.



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Petronas Twin Towers Dining Experience
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Combo (Save 5%): Petrosains, The Discovery Centre + Petronas Twin Towers Tickets
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Private Guided Tour of Kuala Lumpur with Petronas Twin Towers & Batu Caves
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Professional Photoshoot outside Petronas Towers
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Frequently asked questions about the Petronas Twin Towers

What is inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

One of Kuala Lumpur’s most visited tourist destinations, the Towers offers ticketed tours of the impressive structures. Inside Petronas Twin Towers, you can access the aerial Sky Bridge that links the two towers and offers spectacular all-round city views. Further up, on the 86th level, the sprawling Observation Deck showcases the city’s skyline dotted with modern skyscrapers. 

Is going inside the Petronas Twin Towers worth it?

The Twin Towers are emblematic of Malaysia’s modernity while also showcasing its Islamic heritage. From its Observation Deck and its Sky Bridge, the landmark also gives visitors a chance to take in unique, unparalleled vistas of the city. It is an absolute must-do when you are in Kuala Lumpur! 

Do I need a ticket to go inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

Yes, you do. Observing the Towers from outside is free of charge but an inside tour requires a ticket. Petronas Twin Tower tickets start at MYR 35. 

Where can I buy tickets to the Petronas Twin Towers?

Petronas Twin Tower tickets are available online and on-site. We recommend you buy tickets online since it is a popular tourist attraction and slots fill up quickly. 

Can I go inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

Yes, the towers are commercial property but the Sky Bridge, Observation Deck and Petrosains, The Discovery Centre, are open to the public.

Can I take a tour inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

Yes, every day the Petronas Twin Towers offers 36 guided tours starting at 9 AM and going up to 9 PM. Petronas Twin Tower tickets are available online and on-site. There is also an exclusive VIP tour that you can sign up for. 

What are some must-see highlights inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

An engineering delight, the Petronas Twin Towers come with unique features. First, the two-tiered Sky Bridge is the highest double-decker bridge in the world at 170 metres above ground. Its glass-casing allows you to take in breathtaking views of the city. On the 86th Floor, the Observation Deck unfurls unparalleled views of Kuala Lumpur and also gives you an up-close view of the top of the Towers.

Can I take pictures inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

Yes, do carry your camera to the Sky Bridge and Observation Deck to capture picture-perfect views. However, do note that selfie sticks and drones are not allowed. 

Is there a dress code I should follow to go inside the Petronas Twin Towers?

While there is no strict dress code, we recommend you dress comfortably and modestly since this is a popular tourist attraction. The VIP Tour does not allow jeans, sandals and open-necked T-shirts.

Are the Petronas Twin Towers wheelchair accessible?

Yes, they are. The towers are fitted with lifts and ramps across all levels. You can also access wheelchair-friendly restrooms. Complimentary wheelchairs are also available on a first-come first-serve basis.