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Petronas Malays|a Klcc

GATEWAY IN THE SKY


TOURIST INFO: LRT: KLCC. Open Tuesdays-Sundays (Closed on Mondays). Morning session 10am - 12:45pm (12:15pm on Fridays)
Afternoon session 3pm - 4:45pm



The good news is it's FREE. The bad news is there're only 800 timed tickets a day and it's given out on a first-come, first-served basis. Also, after having waited all that time for a free ticket, you only get to ascend to the 41st floor (170m) and you can only stay inside for 10 minutes. If you are visiting the Petronas Twin Tower Skybridge during a weekend, you will probably need to stand in line 30-60 minutes before they start giving out tickets. They start giving out tickets at 9:15am and the first tickets are for a 10am visit. The second round of tickets are given out at 2:15pm for a 3pm visit so if you miss the morning session, get in line early (I mean, EARLY) for the afternoon session. So make sure you get in line as the lines can be very long (up to 2 hours queue) during the weekends (on one visit, it snaked out the doors of the Towers and around the central court area). Weekday mornings are fine. You can walk right up to the counter and get timed tickets for an hour later, no problem. Don't quote me on that though especially if a public holiday falls on a weekday.


TIP: If the lines are just way too long and you don't have many days in KL, go to the KL Tower instead. It has far better views (personal opinion) and it hardly gets overly crowded even on weekends. It's not free though (RM8 per adult) and it's harder to get to (the LRT doesn't go there). In my opinion, the only novelty in visiting the Skybridge is the coolness of being in a bridge suspended 170m above the city. The views are obstructed, and not as grandiose and all-around as the views from the KL Tower. Still it is rather cool and you should do it at least once. Have fun!

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Visit Information:-


Morning Afternoon
Visit Hours 10 am to 12:45 pm
Friday - 10 am to 12:15 pm 3 pm to 4:45 pm

Issuance of Admission Tickets From 9:15 am From 2:30 pm

Visiting Days Tuesday to Sunday
Closed on Monday


Visit Guidelines


One (1) admission ticket per visitor
Every child must be accompanied by an adult
No advanced booking
Admission ticket is free
Check in at concourse level, PETRONAS Twin Towers with admission ticket 15 minutes before visit time
All baggage and personal items are to be scanned by security
All visitors to be properly attired. No slippers allowed
Visits may be cancelled / rescheduled at short notice
Entry may be revoked at PETRONAS' discretion