Kuala Lumpur: Petronas Tower (Part 1)


We got home from our Dragonback Adventure just after lunch. We still had the rest of the day to explore the city. We walked from our hotel to the Pavillion and followed the sign to the Petronas Twin Towers.

“The Pavilion-KLCC pedestrian bridge is a 1.173km-long pedestrian bridge that connects Pavilion KL to Impiana KLCC Hotel and the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.”

Kuala-Lumpur-Petronas (1) We passed by this really nice park.

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Kuala-Lumpur-Petronas (15)Getting there…

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The lagoon behind the Convention Center.DCIM100GOPRO DCIM100GOPRO



We sat there for some time and gazed at its splendor.

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Then we got hungry…

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We wanted to see the tower at night so we waited for a couple of hours inside the mall. It took forever to get dark so we went back outside and watched other people instead.

Behind the scenes of a tourist’s Petronas Tower photo. Click on photos to enlarge.

The tower was amazing at night, our long wait was all worth it. Photos on Part 2.

Walking home…

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Look what I bumped into!

That phrase “etihad.com/en-my” meant more to me than the tiny space it occupied on the billboard. I took this trip because I was drained at work and I needed time away from the screen. It’s funny how God reminded me at that moment that the things I do matter and if I do it right, can make a big difference.

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Home sweet sleep.

 Read part 2 here.



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