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The Skybridge at Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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A new observation deck in Tower 2 of Kuala Lumpur’s iconic,
ultramodern Petronas Towers provides the best view of this bustling city. It’s
even better than the view from the Skybridge, which connects the twins at
levels 41 and 42. The price of admission varies according to taste. Though no
longer free, the basic Skybridge ticket is just $1; you’ll spend a few dollars
more to reach the top. For $110 per person, the premium package includes a meal
at the exclusive Malaysian Petroleum Club.

Observe This: The KL Tower’s
observation deck is billed as being higher. That’s technically true, but only
because KLT sits on a hill. If you have time for just one sky-high view, opt
for Petronas. —Jeff Koyen

World's Coolest Observation Decks

The Skybridge at Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A new observation deck in Tower 2 of Kuala Lumpur’s iconic,
ultramodern Petronas Towers provides the best view of this bustling city. It’s
even better than the view from the Skybridge, which connects the twins at
levels 41 and 42. The price of admission varies according to taste. Though no
longer free, the basic Skybridge ticket is just $1; you’ll spend a few dollars
more to reach the top. For $110 per person, the premium package includes a meal
at the exclusive Malaysian Petroleum Club.

Observe This: The KL Tower’s
observation deck is billed as being higher. That’s technically true, but only
because KLT sits on a hill. If you have time for just one sky-high view, opt
for Petronas. —Jeff Koyen

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World's Coolest Observation Decks

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