Enjoy panoramic 360-degree views of Kuala Lumpur from KL Skyscraper, the world's 7th highest freestanding tower, rising 421 meters above ground level. KL Tower is the nation's first tower nestled within a forest! It provides opportunities for viewing, dining, nature, adventure, events, and shopping. Although the KL Tower is known for its many attractions, the Sky Deck forms its greatest charm.
The Sky Deck KL Tower is a 300-meter-high open-air deck that is a great feature of the KL Tower. The impressive perspective of KL can be found here since it enables a 360-degree skyline where the splendor of this raucous metropolis will certainly take your breath away. It's ideal for any type of photoshoot and is entirely instagrammable, but it can only be visited on days when there is no risk of lightning. The views from the KL Tower Sky Deck during sunset are said to be the best in the city as well.
-Location: Ground Floor, Menara Kuala Lumpur, No. 2 Jalan Punchak Off Jalan P.Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
-Timings: 10.00 AM- 09.00 PM on all days of the week
-How to Reach:
By Road: Taking a taxi to the KL Tower is the simplest method to get there. This will take you directly to your door and will not cost you much depending on where you take it from. There is also a station for the KL Hop-on Hop-off Bus.
By Monorail: The nearest Monorail station is Bukit Nanas. A 20 minute walk from here takes one to KL.
By MRT: the nearest MRT station is Dang Wangi, and the KL Tower Sky Deck is only a 20 minute walk away.
- Bukit Nanas National Reserve: One of Malaysia's oldest forest reserves, contains the KL Tower. Put on your athletic gear and stop by for a nature stroll in the forest reserve that acts as the city's "green lung" of city. The KL Tower's design and construction were meticulously carried out with concern for the preservation of its natural surroundings. In fact, next to the tower, a 100-year-old jelutong tree that is a must-see sight was given extra attention by having a retaining wall built around it!
- The towers are shorter than the Petronas Towers: Don't let your eyes trick you into thinking the KL Tower is taller than the Petronas Twin Towers just by looking at the KL city skyline! Due to its elevated position on top of a hill, the KL Tower seems somewhat higher than it actually is (515 meters above sea level). The Petronas Twin Towers are really 31 meters shorter in actuality.
- There’s a zoo on the ground floor: The ground level of the KL Tower houses a miniature zoo. The little zoo is a delightful destination for kids and families. It is home to a broad variety of exotic creatures, including cheeky squirrel monkeys, cuddling bunnies, meerkats, sugar gliders, and the tiniest horse species in the world.
- The Towers hold its own annual marathon: Since 1998, a KL Tower International Towerthon Challenge has been organized annually. To reach the dining hall, which is 288 meters above the earth, participants must run 800 meters uphill to the lobby of the tower and then ascend a flight of 2,058 stairs.
Home to Malaysia’s highest observation platform, Sky Deck KL Tower is known for its resplendent views of the city. The outdoor deck is famous for its enchanting sunset and night views, and is equipped with binoculars as well.
Yes; the KL Tower has two restaurants of its own- Atmosphere 360, which is a revolving fine dining restaurant, and Moghul Mahal, which serves traditional Indian cuisine. The tower also features a pizzeria on its premises.
The KL Tower tickets have several variants; while some feature a visit to the KL Tower Sky Deck , others do not.
Petronas Twin Tower: The world's tallest twin towers, the Petronas stands tall against the KL skyline. About 170 meters above sea level, the double-decker sky bridge connects the 41st and 42nd floors of the two towers, and the observation deck is even higher, on the 86th level. The Dewan Filharmonik Petronas concert hall, Southeast Asia's premier venue for classical music, is also located in the Petronas Twin Towers. KLCC Park: This lovely park in the center of Kuala Lumpur features a fantastic jogging path around its perimeter, an astoundingly large children's playground, fountains, lakes, cheeky squirrels, and even free filtered water fountains.
Jalan Alor: Kuala Lumpur's Jalan Alor is a 500-meter-long food lane. It is one of the biggest food streets in the world and is situated in the Bukit Bintang area of the city. The crowded street's old-world beauty contrasts sharply with the rest of Kuala Lumpur's updated architecture. Jalan Alor has a funky celebratory atmosphere thanks to the screams and cries of the street vendors, the delicious smells of the fried foods, and the movements of the grills and skewers.
Yes, KL Tower tickets can easily be purchased online. In fact, getting your tickets online would not only secure you a good discount on the ticket price, but also allow you to skip the queue at the attraction.