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Menara Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur
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Head up to the highest viewpoint in the city at Menara Kuala Lumpur. Opened in 1996, this striking communications tower stands at 421 m (1,381 ft) tall and has become a popular tourist attraction, offering unimpeded 360-views of Kuala Lumpur. The elevator up to the observation area moves at quite a speed, taking just 54 seconds to reach the top. Once at the platform, take things at your own pace, enjoying a sit-down meal from the comfort of the revolving restaurant. Before you head to Kuala Lumpur, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Kuala Lumpur itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Kuala Lumpur has to offer, including Menara Kuala Lumpur.
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  • The observation deck costs already 52Rm who wants a stock higher 105Rm. escalators were broken, so we would have to carry two floors up the stroller. Sanitary facilities are in a pitiful state. On every corner you is accosted because photos from green, then again should cost 50RM. Vista is good, be sure but on a clear day because you can otherwise barely see the ground.
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  • The KL Menara tower is a must go-to POI in KL! I highly recommend to book the advanced ticket and go to the upper platform which includes two glass boxes which might be a challenge for frightened peop...  more »
  • We did not have in KL too much time and the dilemma: the Petronas Twin Towers or Menara? We decided to Menarę and it was a good choice! The tower stands on a hill and when entering up is much higher than the level for tourists to the PTT. We got good weather so visibility on many miles! Cool mini zoo at the bottom, in the ticket price.
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  • Travellers tip. Dont go for dinner here unless ur pockets are heavy. The food is just ok nothing special. The views are spectacular. I would suggest going there for high tea which is very reasonable and pretty good.
  • Bit on expensive side at RM105 per head. Nevertheless the best way to see KL city and Petronas tower at day or night. Sky deck is the Highlight. Observation deck is nothing worth really. Tip : go at twilight hours to get both a day and night view. Also avoid going up Petronas Tower, as you can't see the Centre piece of KL skyline, Petronas Tower itself..
  • 360 Restaurant has great views of city on non smoggy day , it's BEST go day after rain for clear sky city view. Food typical buffet lunch no bragging. Restaurant layout is almost exactly the same as the other rotating restaurants you may find in LA or NY etc. WARNING Dress Clothes needed for dinner, no sloppy shorts they may not let you in. Wear pants and polo shirts guys and dresses for ladies. They want to be fancy place. Photos They well try to sell you many many photos. 2 or 3 photo companies trying to get you buy on way in and out, only one takes credit so bring cash if your family likes photos about 30 to 40 RM per photo.
  • A little pricey, but worth it -- I would combine with the Bukkit Nanas nature preserve: It's free and you can walk up the forest canopy and into the KL Tower facility. The tower itself was very quiet when I went in the morning, though I understand it can get busy later. Check out the clear glass floor at the top of the tower; it's a little surreal and dizzying.
  • The rotating restaurant offers a great view especially at night. Food is above the average. It offers a scenic view of the Kuala Lumpur city. If you head for the observation deck, there are two levels. One being the closed one with covered glass while the next floor offers direct view for outside @ nearly 380 meters above the ground. Momento shops are also present here.