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Petronas Towers    KUALA LUMPUR,

Once the tallest buildings in the world, the Petronas Towers stand 88-stories high and are the anchor of the Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC). The towers are designed as an eight-point cross-section, which is pulled from Islamic art, and the interior walls are covered in circles and squares, which symbolize strength and harmony. Each tower was built separately, one by the Japanese and the other by Koreans, who also got the privilege of building the Skybridge. The towers are home to Petronas, the state-owned oil company, as well as several other multinational companied. From the 41st and 42nd floor Skybridge, you are offered views of the surrounding KLCC Park as well as the city area. The tower offers free admission for 1,700 people, but you need to get there early (by 8:30am) because they run out after only a couple hours.

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