Kuala Lumpur Tower

WP Kuala Lumpur

"The award-winning Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower) is located at the peak of Bukit Nanas, in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. At a height of 421 metres, it is the tallest tower in Southeast Asia and the seventh tallest telecommunication tower in the world. One of the most iconic landmarks in the country’s capital city, KL Tower offers a unique blend of cultural, adventure and nature experience...."

Opened to the public in July 1996, this magnificent tower is built atop the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, the oldest gazetted forest reserve in Malaysia that shelters age-old trees and floras and faunas indigenous to Malaysia’s tropical climate.

The architectural design of the tower is based on Islamic architecture, reflecting Malaysia’s vibrant Islamic heritage with Arabic calligraphy, geometric-patterned tiles, and Islamic abstract patterns.

The tower’s indoor Observation Deck, at 276 metres above ground level, offers visitors a magnificent view of the metropolitan city, while the outdoor Sky Deck, at 300 metres above ground level, offers a greater vantage point of the city. The Sky Box, panelled with glass facade all around including the floor, extends out from the Sky Deck’s ledge, providing never-before-seen views of the city.

 

 

"...After enjoying the panoramic view of the city, visitors can head over to Atmosphere 360, a revolving restaurant located at the top of the tower - 282 metres up in the sky - to enjoy a unique dining experience."

 

 

Another major attraction at KL Tower is the KL Forest Eco Park. Founded in 1906, it is one of the oldest permanent forest reserves in Malaysia and home to a variety of indigenous trees, herbs and other tropical floras. Facilities there include a playground, campsites, a wooden gazebo and walking trails, as well as a 200-metre Canopy Walk, an aerial bridge floating at 21 metres above the ground. Other attractions within KL Tower include the Mini Zoo, the KL Upside Down House and the Blue Coral Aquarium.

Other attractions within KL Tower area are the Mini Zoo, KL Upside Down House and Blue Coral Aquarium. These are some of the offerings for families to enjoy.

 

How to get there

How to get there KL Tower is located at the junction of Jalan Punchak off Jalan P.Ramlee. You can take a taxi or the LRT train (alight at the Dang Wangi station) or the Monorail (alight at the Bukit Nanas station), and walk from these stations to KL Tower. Please visit KL Tower website for more information to plan your trip there.

 


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