Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Petronas tower • 360° Aerial Panorama
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Petronas Twin Towers
Petronas Twin Towers are the symbol of Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur. They are the highest twin towers in the world; their altitude is 452m. Picturesque architecture along with really giant dimensions of the towers make these skyscrapers ones of the most impressive buildings on the planet.
It's curious but once upon a time the Americans disputed the pas of Petronas Towers, because their Chicago's skyscraper, Sears Tower, has the altitude of 527m. However, there are 75 meters of TV antennas of Sears Tower's altitude, which are on the roof. That is why, in accordance with the rules which are used in order to determine the highest building in the world, the commission didn't accepted these TV antennas as inseparable part of the construction, and Petronas' spires are seamless and inseparable element of the building.
If we forget that Petronas are the Twin Towers (the fact is they are two towers standing near and connected with the bridge between them), and take a look at the absolute altitude of the all skyscrapers in the world, then the priority among the buildings in exploitation is the following:
Burj Dubai - 828m
Taipei 101 - 509m
Shanghai World Financial Center - 492m
Petronas Twin Towers - 452m
Right now you can see Petronas Towers from outside flying by helicopter closed to them, look inside them, be on the bridge between the Towers as well as observe them from the ground-level.
"ME GUSTARIA, COMO ARGENTINA ORGULLOSA, QUE SE DIJERA TAMBIEN EN LA NOTA, QUE LAS TORRES PETRONAS FUERON OBRA DEL ARQUITECTO ARGENTINO (nacido en la Pcia. de Tucuman)CESAR PELLI."
elsa del brio, Argentina
"Wow.... Amazing ! Wonderful Malaysia "
Karen Kuan, Malaysia
"Panorama view of the Petronas - Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia."
Chai-Hoon Beh, USA
"Visitar o Oriente é inesquecível.
A Malásia é sem dúvida obrigatório visitar, tal como MALACA, património da humanidade, nomeada pela UNESCO em Julho de 2008, uma cidade histórica da Malásia. Por esta causa nasceu a Associação Coração em Malaca em 12 de Junho de 2008.
Bem hajam todos quanto a divulgarem"
Asociação Coração em Malaca - ONGD Korsang di Melaka, Portugal
"روعة في الاداء والتصوير الجميل بداعة في العمل الراقي احس وكأنني في كوالا لمبور، ماليزيا. برج بتروناس بناء وهندسة معمارية خلابة في التصميم"
أبو سهم العزاوي, Iraq
Ricky Tan, Vietnam
Ricky Tan, Vietnam
"realmete unas tomas estupendas de una verdadera obra de arquitectura, ya las conocia pero felicito vuestro esfuerzo por mostrar al mundo lo que es capáz de crear el ser humano- alegra el espíritu y reaviva la imaginación.-"
francisco miguel salgado, Uruguay
rehan ahmad, India
"Hey guys the music used in this panorama is Suzanne Ciani-Turning instrumental version...Btw Very nice panorama with beautiful music...hope to see more in future.Thanks You airpano.com"
hrushikesh ingale, India
zhao zisen, China
"Ahh-mazing! I added to my bucket list."
Anna B, USA
"hey anna the name you have told about the music is not matching as i searched it on google and youtube..if you have any link of music then please share it to me i would greatly appreciate...Thanks"
hrushikesh ingale, India
"good effort, the helicopter view is nice."
Faiz bin Zakaria, Malaysia
joanna jedryka, Vietnam
"Amazing, in particular I used to live in KL about fifty years ago.However I wish to go 'deep'into the city and its whereabouts, but dont know how to manege this. Can you kindly and simply (I am 80) explain please. Thanks.
hans kalkman, Netherlands
"Mind Blowing!!!! Thanks for your innovative thinking"
Peter Soper, United Kingdom
"I have no words to praise you and ur work. Really commendable"
vajrapu sriram, India
jacinto ferrus escalera, Spain
"i was there last year , it was really wonderfull. i love there:X"
elham lashgari, Iran
"The money should have been spent building society. No one except dictators, psychotic, conceited and greedy myopic people build these monuments starting from the pyramids to these current day mammoths. Money could have been better spent on education, public housing, libraries or other truly beneficial projects. Look beyond the facade of these structures and you will see corruption, egoism, madness, opulence, starvation of any moral code known to man."
Abu Bhoy, Malaysia
"It is fantastic"
PAPANASAM GANESAN, India
"Excellent photography! Beautiful views! Keep it up"
Mathi L.K., India
"WOW !!!! What a presentation !!
Please keep it up with addition of more countries."
Philip Pereira, Canada
"took my breath away how tidy the place is. well done"
Mary weeken/wong, Australia
raman perumal, Malaysia
"If it was not for those fricken screems at 04:00 in the morning, I loved the country and especially the food."
Kees Elenbaas, USA
"Malaysia truly Asia :)"
Am Hazra, Malaysia
"VERY GOOD JOURNY BY SCREEN"
CHINTAN LAVRI, India
"Superb views of a superb country."
Muhammad Habib Khan, Pakistan
"what an incredible way to travel.... very economical too~! :) great work.. I'm enjoying them all!"
hilda andrade, Canada
""Simply amazing!!!.. Great job. Appreciate your painstaking effort. I work in one of the towers... The virtual views are much broader :)"
June Ho, Malaysia
"Pentronas Towers,Malaysia simply amazing, it's as if you are there, Beautiful dreamy music, enhances the buildings and Engineering..just love the beautiful people of Malaysia...Dot from the U.K."
Dot Maddocks, United Kingdom
"...click on Syds and get KL....? what the bloody heck - virus too?"
Peter Bras, New Zealand
AirPano: Hi Peter,
Can you explain in details what do you mean? We honestly don't understand what does "Syds" mean and where did you click it to get Kuala Lumpur. According to our antivirus and other scan there no virus on our site so far.
Best regards, Sergey
"I visited KL fifth times already and happened to stepped foot on the bridge connecting the two towers 2007. Masha-Allah, it was an awesome experience... It is a must to see..."
Emran Mohamad, Philippines
Varvara, AirPano: We agree with you, Emran. It's really worth to see.
Rosangela Germani, Brazil
"Wonderful! It transports to me another world of
Radhanath Venkatanaranappa, India
""Fantastic, excellent One Malaysia!!""
Mahathir Barahim, Malaysia
"Fabulous. Thank you our ex-PM Dr Mahathir who was determined to build this state of the art building despite all criticisms. It is now pride of the country. Proud to be Malaysian, dulu, kini & selamanya. God bless & protect this country. And also thanks Anna, for posting this picture."
Shima Ibrahim, Malaysia
saeed karimi, Iran
"The pictures are stunning. Baie Mooi.!!!"
Donald Lim Chin Ang, Malaysia
louis renders, Belgium
"In deep appreciation for your efforts in bringing the world to our doorsteps.Now, anyone can'go'anywhere and see virtually any place that our planet has to showcase just by a mere click of a mouse.Thank you for the 'third eye'!"
Steve Teoh, Malaysia
maznan mohamad, Malaysia
"wow, its fantastic...Love it!!
It great to be Malaysian.. I am so proud of Malaysia.. Malaysia Boleh!!
God bless this piece of land always..."
Wendy Ho, Malaysia
stevan bachici, USA
"Its really wonderful."
Shukriya Shaikh, Pakistan
Eddie Chan, Malaysia
"I am proud of the Twin Towers - used to work there now a pensioner. Truly a magnificent building - exterior and interior. This is the work of our visionary ex-PM Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad. Thank you sir for bravely defending the horde of initial criticism....for what is now a symbol and pride of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia."
Onn Mohd Yusoff, Malaysia
Varvara, AirPano: We are glad you liked this pano.
"Witnessed its birth but failed to admire and appreciate its splendour until now. Words alone cannot express its beauty. Thanks. cyc"
CHAN YEW CHEONG, Malaysia