At an astounding 452 meters in height, Petronas Twin Towers dominates the Kuala Lumpur skyline in Malaysia. While in Kuala Lumpur, I couldn’t possibly miss out seeing this man-made architectural wonder. The 88-floor towers are constructed of concrete with a steel and glass front. The Petronas Towers are the worlds ‘tallest freestanding’ twin towers, housing an assortment of office buildings, shopping complex, a contemporary concert hall and the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra in the Petronas Malaysia Philharmonic Hall. The ‘stainless steel’ look gives the building a shiny new appearance and picture perfect moments. Petronas Towers are joined only at the 41st and the 42nd floors where the Sky Bridge is. Walking along the Sky Bridge is one of the main events when you’re visiting this magnificent building. While on the Sky Bridge, you can enjoy panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur skyline and city center. Many architects describe this special pattern as symbolizing stability, unity, harmony and rationale that are all important Islamic principles. Here are some pictures I had the pleasure of taking while visiting the amazing Petronas Towers.
Petronas Twin Towers Photos
This post is part of Travel Photo Thursday – #TPThursday, at Budget Travelers Sandbox.