Why were the Petronas Towers built?

Answer The Petronas Towers, in Kuala Lumpur, Indonesia, were the world's tallest buildings from 1996 to 2003 only to be surpassed by Taiwan's Taipei 101 building. The towers were built to serve as the hea... Read More »

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How many people built the Petronas Towers?

It took about 7,000 designers, engineers and planners to complete the design of the Petronas Towers and an additional 7,000 construction workers to actually build them. Aug. 31, 1999, marks the off... Read More »

Where are the Petronas Towers located?

The Petronas Towers are located in the heart of the Golden Triangle District in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The twin towers are 452 meters high (approximately 1483 feet) and were the tallest buildings ... Read More »

How to Visit the Petronas Twin Towers?

For those of you who have attempted to visit the Petronas Skybridge and made it up to the tallest skybridge in the world, congratulations! Hope you enjoyed your visit. For those who are not so succ... Read More »

How tall are the Petronas Twin Towers?

The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, stand about 1,483 feet tall. The Skybridge connecting the two towers is about 558 feet above the ground. Petronas is the tallest set of twin towe... Read More »