The symbol of modern Malaysia, especially the capital of the country, Kuala Lumpur is the 452-meters-high Petronas Twin Towers. Opened in 1998, these twins were built for six years and held a world record in height until 2004, when Taipei 101 took the throne. However, the buildings still hold the record as the highest twin towers in the world. The visit to the Towers includes a crossing over a glass bridge that connects the two buildings on 41st floors and a panoramic view from the 86th floor. Visiting tickets are sold online and are usually sold out days in advance. We recommend that you plan your visit and purchase tickets in advance.