Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia

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Petronas Towers are the tallest twin towers in the world with a height of 452 meters or 1483 feet is calculated up to the very top. The building was completed in 1998 and consists of 88 floors. Interior design describes the Islamic culture that is characteristic of malaysia. One example is a floor that is two square pieces that intersect to form an eight-pointed star at each point of intersection and added a piece of the circle. This design uses a common motifs used in Islamic Art.

Both of the twin towers are connected by a bridge (Jejantas Air) that connects the floors 41 and 42. This bridge is used to facilitate the tourists who come to the Petronas Towers with a limited number of tickets (about 1200 pieces). This bridge is also used for evacuation in the event of an emergency in a tower so residents can move to the tower is safe. Petronas towers and bridges may sway when exposed to the wind.

Under this tower there is Suria KLCC is one of the busiest shopping malls in Malaysia. In addition, there are also Garden KLCC which provide jogging tracks, play pool, and playground for children as well as demonstrating a pool with a fountain symphonic.Orchestras Filharmonik Petronas makes this place a beautiful and amazing. You can browse and download information about tourist attractions in Singapore and in other countries by clicking on the link below.

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