Friday, October 1, 2010

Skybridge of Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers of 451.9m was once the tallest building in the world ( 1998 – 2004 ), before being surpassed by Taipei 101.  

The skybridge connecting the two towers at level 41 & 42, however, is still the highest 2-tier skybridge ever.  It is 170m above ground level.

Visitors are allowed for a short visit ( about 15 minutes only ), but only  with Visitor Pass which come along with a ticket.  Tickets are free, but one had to queue for the ticket as early as 6am, as tickets are limited.

However, effective from 1st October 2010, visitors to Petronas Twin Towers’s Skybridge shall be charged RM3 for Malaysian citizens and RM10 for foreigners.  Still, despite being charged, visitors are not allowed to pre-book, online book, pre-purchase or what ever means to avoid queuing.