Petronas Towers

The Petronas Towers are 451.9 meter high skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


The towers are known best for their twin design and recognizable for the bullet-like appearance, with a bridge connecting the towers about half the way up the towers. The towers are identical in appearance and each have 88 floors. Construction started in 1993 and were completed in 1996. The towers were renovated in 1997.


Name: Petronas Towers

City: Kuala Lumpur

Country: Malaysia

Height: 451.9 meters (1,482 ft)

Status: Built

Built: 1996

Floors: 88 (Basement Floors: 5)

Use: Office (observation)

Construction time: 5 years (1993 - 1998) (renovated in 1997)

Construction Types: Highrise, Bridge, Pole

Floor Area: 341,760 m²

Matreials: Glass, steel, aluminium

Architectural Style: Pagoda style, postmodern

SSP Image: Image

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