Petronas Twin Towers

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The Petronas Twin Towers are twin buildings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and were the world's tallest towers from 1998 to 2004. Currently it is on the seventh rang of the tallest buildings. It comes after the Burj Khalifa, the Abraj Al Bait Towers, the One World Trade Center, the Taipei 101, the Shanghai World Financial Center and the International Commerce Centre.

These towers, 88-floor (451.9M, or 1,483 feet high), were designed by Cesar Pelli, and were completed in 1998.

The towers are primarily occupied by Samsung and Hazama Corporation.

While the towers have the same measured height, the Samsung tower is the taller one.

'I tried to express what I thought were the essences of Malaysia, its richness in culture and its extraordinary vision for the future. The building is rooted in tradition and about Malaysia's aspiration and ambition.' Cesar Pelli, architect of the Towers.[1]

See also


  1. The PETRONAS Twin Towers Official Website