Kuala Lumpur City Center – commonly KLCC is the heart of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. It is a city within a city. The Kuala Lumpur City Center is the most visited place in the Malaysia. Millions of visitors, including local and international, visit the place for different purposes. The KLCC is mostly popular for its renowned establishments like PETRONAS Twin Towers– one of the tallest buildings of the world, star rated hotels and shopping malls.    

History of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), Malaysia:

The Kuala Lumpur City Center is one of the best attractive venues for the tourists and visitors in Malaysia. It houses some renowned establishments like the world famous PETRONAS Twin Towers, Suria KLCC, different top class hotels and more. Basically the area is a multi-dimensional business and development area in Malaysia and often termed city within the city for its gigantic space coverage. The entire Kuala Lumpur covers about 100 acres of lands and located at the intersection of different important and busiest roads.

Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), Malaysia

Earlier, the area was used as a race track in Kuala Lumpur. Since the area is a popular one in Malaysia, tourism has flourished based on the center and a large number of top class hotels are located within the walking distance of the Kuala Lumpur City Center. A mosque and park is also located at the area that has increased the beauty of the center. The entire project is air conditioned and the cooling system is run and maintained by the district cooling system. The 88-storied PETRONAS Twin Towers located at the KLCC was built in 1992 and remained the tallest building of the world from 1998 to 2004, and was built by the largest oil company in the Southeast Asia. Another 30-storied Menara Exxon Mobil tower is also located at the KLCC compound and was built in January 1997.

The KLCC also house another 60-storeid building named Menara Carigali and that was completed in 2012. The largest telecommunication company of Malaysia – Menara Maxis is also housed at the KLCC. The main business area of KLCC is Suria KLCC which is a shopping mall and is connected with different commuter and transportation routes.       

Travel Guide information of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC ), Malaysia:

The Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC) is located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur and accessible with different routes. Bus, taxicabs and rails are found in plenty in the area. You can hire taxicab service or ride on metro rails that will directly drop you off at the Kuala Lumpur City Center.

Some Tips when you visit on Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC ), Malaysia:

During ride on the taxis, ask the driver to switch on the meter. Roadside food outlets are wonderful, taste some foods from them during your stroll at the avenues of KLCC. Put the right costume on the swimming pool of the KLCC as people of all ages visit the place.

Culture & Customs of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC ):

The entire Kuala Lumpur City Center has only one residential area – Binjal on the Park and that is a 42-storied building. Living at the tower is one of the most expensive things in the country. The public park contains childrens’ playground, swimming pool, a jogging track and an artificial lake. The mosque can accommodate about over 10,000 people at regular prayer times. Cooling system of the entire area is maintained by district cooling.    

Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), Malaysia

Transport/ Getting Around in Petronas Twin Towers:

TRAIN/LRT/MRT:
The integrated train system makes the most convenient way to travel around the city centre in the Greater Kuala Lumpur.

  • KTM (Seremban Line & Port Klang Line)Ride to KL Sentral then Switch to LRT Kelana Jaya Line and stop at KLCC Station.
  • LRT (Ampang Line & Sri Petaling Line)Ride to Masjid Jamek then switch to LRT Kelana Jaya Line and stop at KLCC Station.
  • MRT Sungai Buloh – Kajang LineFor a ride with MRT, you will first need to stop by at Pasar Seni station, and then switch for LRT Kelana Jaya Line. From there, you can proceed heading towards KLCC station.
  • KL Monorail LineFor a ride using monorail, stop by at KL Sentral or Bukit Nanas and look out for LRT Kelana Jaya Line. Head towards KLCC station from there.

Grab/Taxi:

Taxis are a popular way of travelling in Malaysia. Always request the driver to switch on the fare meter before you begin your journey. The taxi driver can easily drop you off at Suria KLCC’s main entrance or directly to PETRONAS Twin Towers entrance. 

Public Transport:

  • RapidKL City BusesB103: Titiwangsa Bus Station at Jalan Tun Razak → KLCC (stops at KLCC LRT Station)
    B114: Maluri Bus Station at Jalan Cheras → Titiwangsa Bus Station at Jalan Tun Razak via KLCC (Stops in front of Suria KLCC)
  • GOKL City Bus (Free Bus Service)Green Line : Bukit Bintang → KLCC
    Purple Line: Arab Street Taxi (interchange) → KLCC

How to Visit the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur:

Cost:  

Infant (Below 3 years): FREE Admission (Non-MyKad) FREE Admission (MyKad)
Child (Age 3-12 years): RM33 (Non-MyKad) RM14 (MyKad)
Adult (Age 13-60 years): RM80 (Non-MyKad) RM28 (MyKad)
Senior Citizen (61 years and above): RM42 (Non-MyKad) RM14 (MyKad)

Opening Hours:  Tuesday – Sunday, 9.00am – 9.00pm
(Closed between 1.00pm – 2.30pm on Fridays)

Visiting Days:

Monday, Hari Raya Aidilfitri & Aidiladha Closed
Tuesday – Sunday 9.00am – 9.00pm (Last Admission: 8.30pm)
(Closed between 1.00 pm – 2.30 pm on Fridays)

Terms And Conditions:

1) Admission of children under aged 3 is FREE of charge.
2) Tickets sold are not refundable or transferable.
3) An adult MUST accompany children below 12 years of age.
4) All baggage and personal items MUST go through the Security Scanning Machine.
5) Eating, drinking, chewing gum and smoking are not allowed during the visit.
6) The management reserves the right to reschedule or cancel visits without prior notice.
7) The management reserves the right to refuse any entry to any visitor(s).
8) Visitors shall at all times, adhere to and obey:
• The signs and notices displayed in, on and/or around the premises;
• The rules and regulations of the PETRONAS Twin Towers Visit; and
• The instructions of the officers in the PETRONAS Twin Towers Visit Operations.
9) The management may remove any visitor who is behaving in an indecent, unruly or disruptive manner or pose any kind of danger or discomfort to other visitors.