Petronas Twin Towers & KLCC

The iconic 452 metre-tall Petronas Twin Towers are the world’s tallest twin structures. While the views from this famous KL landmark are fantastic, there are plenty of other attractions in the area. Plenty of fun events are held around the Twin Towers

Modern museum focused on the science & technology of the energy industry, with a cafe & gift shop.

Petrosains Science Discovery Centre

Petrosains is an interactive science discovery centre with a ‘museum-style’ concept. It is easy to navigate and guests will be amazed by various displays, from space age exhibits to fossils. Petrosains Kuala Lumpur is divided into 11 main interactive showcases that can be done in any order. It is located inside Suria KLCC, a six-storey mall with cinemas and an art gallery.

  • Mathematic carnival
  • Family attraction
  • Creative science    
  • Petrosains Science Competitions
  • Petronas Street Smart
Designed to provide greenery to Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it.

Lake Symphony at KLCC Park

Lake Symphony is a highlight of the green park designed by the late Roberto Burle Marx, a world-renowned Brazilian landscape artist. This manmade lake shoots water up to a height of 42 metres. The park at Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) is also popular with kids owing to its public swimming pool, a playground and waterfalls.

  • Lake Symphony
  • Two- acre children's playground
  • Urban sanctuary
  • Jogging tracks
  • Wading pool
The Aquaria KLCC is an oceanarium located beneath Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Aquaria KLCC

Located on the concourse level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre at KLCC, Aquaria has over 150 species of marine life. It is known as Malaysia’s first underground aqurium exhibit. Guests move through the 90-metre transparent tunnel on a moving travellator, surrounded by sand tiger sharks, huge stingrays and other diverse marine life.

  • Stingray Feeding Session
  • Matta Fair 2018
  • Eggs-tatic Journey
  • Save Our Fins
Malaysia's pride and joy and a cultural icon for music lovers.

Petronas Philharmonic Hall

Home to the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Malaysia’s first dedicated classical concert venue hosts artists at the podium level between the Twin Towers.

  • Russian Bells & Eugene Onegin
  • From Lyricism to Triumph
  • Mozart in Prague
  • Skride Performs Sibelius