We went their by 9.30 a.m. but tickets were sold out untill 11.00 a.m. According to informations we have gathered from internet the visit is free to sky bridge but number of visiters are limited to 1000 a day. but we had to pay RM. 50.00 per person to go to sky bridge. I think this was not fair. And we were allowed only 15 minitues in the sky bridge . another 20 minutes was given for 86 th floor. Though it was a rear opportunity, after coming down we thought the amount charged was too high.
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Suria KLCC is located at the podium of the Petronas Tower. It is one of the most prestigious shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur and houses most of luxury stuffs.
It also includes underwater aquarium, Petrosains Discovery Center, an art gallery, restaurants, cinema and Isetan.
Outside the building, is the KLCC Park, 17 acres wide for jogging, walking and children's playground.
Suria KLCC is situated within KLCC, it houses 6 floors of retail outlets. It also offers unique ethnic-inspired items. You can savor various cuisines at Asian Flavours Food Court. Enjoy the beautiful KLCC Park & the spectacular musical fountain display.
Aquaria is located just inside Petronas Towers.
Good variety of fishes and well made huge tanks!
It's worth to see!
Entrance fee is about 40 MYR but student card can reduce fee by 50%. Don't forget your student card!
As at right now, i am working in this twin tower building, every morning i could see people are rushing to work and some tourist are rushing to get a free ticket for a sky bridge visit. Sky bridge visit is open every day except on monday, i think they start open the ticket counter at 8am or at 8.30, i am not sure about that, but most of the time people will try to get to the counter as early as at 7.30 in the morning, and they limit the ticket around 100/day. If you get to twin tower, you will see 2 main entrance counter which is, one for tower 1 and another is for tower 2. for the tourist visit, you may get down to the lower ground for sky bridge ticket.
Around the twin tower area, there are park for recreation, you may have a walk, jogg or having relaxing moment under the big tree around the area. some parents will takes their children to the playground area and there are small pool for children, it just nice for a little pick nick for a kiddo who loves water...
This huge mall is one of the biggest in South East Asia. This big crescend shape building has more than 200 luxury shops, three department stores and cinemas. The entire complex (including the Petronas Towers) is owned by Petronas, a governement-owned oil and gas company.
Standing at 452 metres, the Petronas Towers sited in Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) is an imposing structure within the city. Found in and around the area are hotels, office buildings, park and a large shopping mall.
I was slightly surprised to find Suria KLCC under "Things to Do". It is, after all, just another high-end shopping mall in central KL, albeit one attached to the Petronas Twin Towers. However, judging by the busload of tourists who descend on it everyday, I guess it kind of qualifies as a tourist attraction - only in KL! Come here to find one of KL's most pleasant malls, with lots of designer shops, restaurants, cafes, an art gallery, a multi-screen cinema and a permanent science exhibition for kids.
Suria KLCC is a great place to shop if you love shopping, and have the money. It would be KL's high end shopping centre, with brands such as Hugo Boss, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Coach, Armani, Gucci, Hermes, Prada, Tod's, Versace, etc... just to name a few. So yeah, it's got all the leading designer brands!!
It's also got the other clothing shops such as Escada, Diesel, Adidas, Esprit, FCUK, Guess, Levi's etc..... and other regular brand items.
There are plenty of other shops too, jewelery, glasses, electronics.. the lot!!
There are also plenty of restaurants/cafe's & fast food outlets!
It's a great place to shop, with something for everyone!!!
Suria KLCC is voted one of the best shopping centres in the world.
It has lots of shops from branded boutiques, supermarkets, Food Court, restaurants, fashion, banking, beauty, Cinemas, Electronics, Florist, Clinic, Fast Food, jewellery and accessories, watches, gym, pharmacies, hair and beauty salons and Aquaria.
A total of 6 levels of shopping to cater to all your needs.
... and stop off on the second floor to have something to eat in between :) :) There is SO MANY shops that my head was spinning. If you have RM 2 spare - try the VIP toilets on the ground floor. Wow - it was experience - you will get your hands dried for you, moisturiesed and they put parfume on you.
When venturing about KL city, you undoubtly feel the heat cooking you alive during the middle of day. Here is a perfect solution to your problem. Find your way down towards the park that's connect to KLCC and look for the waterfall. Take your shoes off and dip in the water under the shades of the overhanging trees. Relax here for a while before facing the world again.
At the back of KLCC, you find a beautiful park for the whole family. Walk around the pond, and ejoy the refuge from the hustle and bustle of KL city.
Jump in the water and find the locals. Don't let the big security men with their big batten deter you. :)
This is a huge shopping centre with all the brand names such as Gucci, channel, Diesel etc all at great prices (well compared to australia anyway).
There are rows of digital camera stores as well.
Worth a visit, one of Malaysia's best!
Every New Year's Eve (save for exceptional circumstances like this year's tsunami disaster), and also on our Merdeka Day (i.e. Malaysia's National Day on 31st August) they'll put on some rocking fireworks displays in the KLCC Park by the PETRONAS Twin Towers. Around midnight, after the usual countdown, the sound of the fireworks reverberate off the surrounding buildings and make it really loud and festive. There will usually also be concerts and parachuters or base jumpers jumping off from the upper levels of the Twin Towers. Great stuff!
But be warned of course, the traffic jams around the main roads leading up to KLCC during such events are pretty bad. Hundreds of cars also take the opportunity to park 5 or 6 rows strong along the nearby Ampang Elevated Highway and wherever else there is a good view.
Oh, actually the fireworks happen in 3 major locations - at KLCC, at the Bintang Walk, and at the Merdeka Square. But of course, the KLCC ones are the best (more photos in my travelogue)!