The 88-storey Petronas Twin Tower is the tallest tower in the world and the top tourism attractions of Malaysia. The towers that look fascinating during the day, come to life and look mesmerizing when illuminated at night. Petronas Twin Tower, a shiny stainless-steel tower was completed back in 1988 and were designed by the Argentinian designer César Pelli as the headquarters of national oil and gas company Petronas. The towers are designed in arabesque patterns and Islamic touches are very much evident due to Muslim majority in Malaysia. Visitors flock to this tourist hotspot in Malaysia to walk over the sky bridge that joins two towers together. One can conveniently admire the breathtaking view of the surroundings which stretch around the city of Kuala Lumpur. Tourist must visit Petronas Twin Tower twice a day to experience its modern beauty both during the day when the sun rays reflect through its steel structure and during the night when the towers brighten up with the lightning. The beautiful park around the tower happens to be the perfect place to take a stroll, to click beautiful pictures and to adore the beauty of the complex. One can also explore the aquarium on the lower ground floor and don’t forget to visit Petrosains. A great place for kids where they will come to know how physics & chemistry work in real life. With so many things to do, no wonder the place is a thriving tourist destination of Kuala Lumpur.

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