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All you need to know about The Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge

What is the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge? 

A modern engineering triumph, the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge reigns as the world’s highest dual-level bridge at 170 meters above ground. Straddling the exteriors of the 41 and 42nd levels of the Twin Towers, the Skybridge is crafted from sheer glass and metal and is a corridor embedded in the skies. An exploration of Kuala Lumpur is incomplete without a stop by the Skybridge from where you can look out into the thriving city.

Quick facts about Petronas Twin Towers’ Skybridge

Petronas Twin Towers: Sky Bridge
  • Official Name: Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge 
  • Location: 41 and 42nd level of the Petronas Twin Towers, Lower Ground (Concourse) Level, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Date of opening: August 31, 1999
  • Timings: 9 am to 9 pm (closed on Mondays except for public holidays) 
  • Architect: Cesar Pelli 
  • Function: Connecting corridor between the Towers and a viewpoint 
  • Weight: 750 tons 
  • Height: 170 meters above ground

Why visit the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge?

Petronas Twin Towers: Sky Bridge
  • Architectural wonder: The Petronas Twin Towers’ Skybridge is its most distinguishing feature. The glass and steel-encased corridor stretching from one tower’s exterior to the other and supported by a V-shaped arch at the bottom is a stroke of engineering genius. 
  • A portal to the Malaysian sky: Get the feeling of being in a glass bubble about 170 meters above the ground! The two-tier bridge offers the thrill of towering over Kuala Lumpur. 
  • Panoramic views: On either side of the glass bridge, the city opens out - flaunting its prime real estate, its vibrant streets and its peaceful parks. 
  • Photo point: Bring out the camera and pose to your heart’s content at one of Kuala Lumpur’s best-known photo points. The backdrop of the city’s skyscraper-filled skyline makes for stellar pictures.

Plan your visit to Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge

Petronas Twin Towers: Sky Bridge

What are the Skybridge’s opening hours?

  • Timings: 9 am to 9 pm 
  • Closed on: The Towers, including the Skybridge, are closed on Mondays except on public holidays. 
  • Last admission: 8.30 pm 
  • Best time to visit: We recommend the evenings, after dark, when the corridor, the Towers and the city are lit up - making for a dazzling view.
Petronas Twin Towers: Sky Bridge

Where is the Petronas Twin Towers’ Skybridge?

  • Address: 41 and 42nd level of the Petronas Twin Towers, Lower Ground (Concourse) Level, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • A distinctive feature of the Petronas Twin Towers, the Skybridge is wedged between the exteriors of the towers. The bridge can be accessed from the 41st and 42nd levels of the Towers.

What to do at the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge? 

For visitors, the Skybridge is the first stop on the 40-minute tour of Petronas Towers. A short walk from the lift will bring you to this long stretch of glass and steel that connects one tower to the other. Of course, your first order of business should be to stand in the middle of the bridge and savour the thrill of being 170 metres above the ground. It’s your moment in a sky portal! Then, spend the rest of your ten minutes looking out at the skies filled with skyscrapers. Down below, the KLCC Park with green lawns and its waterways will surely soothe your eyes.




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Frequently asked questions about Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge

What is the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge?

The Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge located 170 metres above ground is an eye-catching feature of the structures. Made out of glass and steel, the double-decker bridge externally connects the Twin Towers at the 41st and 42nd levels.

Where can I buy Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge tickets?

The Petronas Twin Tower Skybridge tour experience is part of the larger tour of the towers. You can buy the tour tickets online or on-site at dedicated ticket counters. 

Can I visit the Skybridge with Petronas Twin Tower tickets?

Yes, you can. The Skybridge is the first stop on the tour of the Twin Towers. Petronas Twin Towers tickets are available online and on-site. 

Who designed Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge?

Cesar Pelli - the Argentine-American architect - who designed the towers also designed the skybridge.

When was the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge built?

The construction of the Petronas Twin Towers featuring the Skybridge began in March 1993. The Twin Towers along with the Skybridge was inaugurated on August 31, 1999.

What can I do at the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge?

The Skybridge is your chance to look out at lively Kuala Lumpur from the world’s highest double-decker bridge! Soak in the views, take plenty of pictures and also, come prepared to be impressed by the construction of the bridge itself that sits mid-air between the two towers.

What are the timings of the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge?

The site is open for tours between 9 am to 9 pm. The attraction is closed on Mondays except on public holidays.

Where is the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge located?

The Skybridge is part of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers that sit at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Is the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge wheelchair accessible?

Yes, it is. The attraction is easily accessible through lifts and ramps. You can even ask for a complimentary wheelchair.

Is photography allowed at the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge?

Absolutely! The Skybridge is one of the best-known photo points in the city. However, please note that selfie sticks and drones are not allowed inside the Skybridge.

Is there a dress code for visiting the Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge?

There is no specific dress code for the regular tours. Guests usually dress comfortably and modestly. You may want to dress up a little if you are keen on photos at the site. However, on the VIP tour, the dress code disallows jeans, sandals and open-neck T-shirts.