Petronas Towers Malaysia

When it comes to things to do at Petronas Towers, there’s more to this stunning piece of architecture than meets the eye. Why not splurge at the shopping centre or take a gentle amble around the designer gardens at the base of the tower?

When visiting Kuala Lumpur, visiting the Petronas Towers spires needs to be top of your list. Take a ride in the unique double decker lift up to the 42nd floor where you can walk across the world’s tallest two-storey sky bridge. From the very top floor, you can see sweeping views of the city. You’ll love the bird’s eye view of the park below, where you can take the time to enjoy the full beauty of your surroundings.

The array of global brands you’ll find at the designer Suria shopping centre would keep even the most novice fashionista occupied for hours. You’ll see labels such as Carolina Herrera alongside the likes of Zara, Timberland, Boggi, Dior, Jo Malone, Chanel, and MAC to name a few.

Of course, all this excitement and the walking around shopping can build up quite the appetite. With over twenty eateries to choose from, when hunger strikes, you’ll be spoilt for choice. For a quick meal on the go, you’ll love the convenient selections in the various fast food stalls. If you’d rather give your feet a rest, there’s an assortment of restaurants offering both pan-Asian and western cuisine. For a tantalising blend of both worlds, Melur & Thyme combines traditional cooking with modern elegance in one mouthwatering menu.

If you’re looking for somewhere chic to dine, make Chinoz On The Park your restaurant of choice. This swanky brasserie has delicious Mediterranean-based cuisine with an outstanding seafood selection. With gorgeous temperatures outside, why not take your meal al fresco? From the dining terrace, you can admire the stunning views of Kuala Lumpur and marvel at the fountains and park below. Great food, stunning views, excellent company. What could be better?

Don’t forget to check out the cultural attractions at the Suria shopping centre. Are you an art enthusiast? Head down to the art gallery and admire the creations hanging there. On a different note, a night at the Philharmonic theatre will massage your senses. Animal lovers can marvel at the residents of the aquarium. If you find the time, channel your inner Einstein at the science centre.

Just outside Petronas Twin Towers lies Kuala Lumpur’s stunning central park. This exceptional green sanctuary was designed by world-famous Brazilian landscape architect, Roberto Burle Marx. The park was created to keep a touch of nature in the city. Equal to the size of roughly 60 football pitches, the park is home to the stunning manmade Lake Symphony. You’ll also love the spectacular water fountains. With water displays shooting as high as 42m, we challenge you not to be impressed. There’s also a range of other facilities on the grounds. These include a 1.5km running track, a huge children’s playground, as well as many walkways to amble along, observing the surrounding sculptures as you pass them by.

Make sure you put aside a whole day to visit the Petronas Towers during your holiday to Kuala Lumpur. Don’t miss out on seeing it at night too. It’s almost impossible not to spot the Towers soaring above the rest of the city. Resembling something out of a futuristic sci-fi movie, these illuminating structures are sure to captivate your attention.