Visiting KLCC Petronas Twin Tower Skybridge





I visited the KLCC Petronas Twin Tower skybridge yesterday. It was an okay experience. The skybridge is one of the things that people visit when they go to KL. Funny how most people failed to visit it due to the limited number of tickets available per day.
  
The visit is free. However, the catch is that there are only 1600 tickets distributed per day. You can't book the ticket in advance. If you arrive after 9 a.m., don't bother to queue up, because the tickets would have been snapped up.




I arrive in the lounge area at 8 a.m. There is already a long line forming.



The ticket counter opens at 8.30 a.m.



There is a television in a corner that displays the numbers of tickets left. As you can see, there are 40 slots of 15 minutes interval time. Each slots accommodate 40 person. Thus, 40 x 40 = 1600 seats. You get to choose which slot you want. Each person can take up to 5 tickets.

You can also see that the early slots and the evening slots are pretty hot. A lot of people would like to see KL skyline at night.


At 9.30 a.m. I reached to the end of the line. I got 3.15 p.m. slot. Yes, you heard me. I came at 8 a.m. and got a 3.15 p.m. slot. There were only a few slots left. Funny why the line is still long even though only the few people in the front of the line would get the available tickets left.



A 3.15 p.m., we arrive back at the skybridge lounge. The tour only starts at 3.30 p.m.


We were given badges. The first 20 people gets black badges and the other 20 people gets red ones.


We were ushered into a room to watch some Petronas promotion video.


The video were in 3D, so we were given 3D glasses.



There is a metal detector check. You can't take your bags, food, drink, and tripods. They will keep your stuff in a locker until the end of the tour.

There are two high speed lifts. It's enough to fit 20 people.


There are really nothing much to do at the top except for taking pictures. So we took loads of pictures. Enjoy the view.


Don't forget to talk the corridor angled picture. This is the one that really matters. That’s it, mission accomplished!



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