Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) is a multipurpose development area in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Designed to be a city within a city, the 100-acre site hosts the tallest twin buildings in Malaysia, shopping mall, hotels, office buildings and several hotels.
An entertainment, commercial and business focal point, KLCC is home to some of the most popular landmarks in Malaysia.
A public park and a mosque is also built on the area and open to everyone.
Suria KLCC is currently the only and main commercial centre in the KLCC area. The shopping mall occupies space underneath the Petronas Twin Towers and shares its parking lot with it. The mall is accessible by KLCC LRT station.
The mall also has a tunnel link to Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre which in turn connects to Bukit Bintang shopping district.
Offices in the KLCC area are homes to largest companies in Malaysia in which the Petronas Twin Towers is the centre piece. The 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers were built using mostly reinforced concrete, with steel-and-glass facade to resemble Islamic motifs.
Other notable buildings in the KLCC areas include Menara Exxon Mobil, Menara Carigali, Menara Maxis, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, and Suria KLCC.
How to go to KLCC
Go KL City Bus: The Go KL City Bus – Green Line will make stop at bus stop near KLCC area.
Kelana Jaya Line LRT: Take the LRT and stop at the KLCC station. KLCC is just few minutes walk from the LRT station.
Hotels in KLCC area
There are two hotels in the KLCC area. Mandarin Oriental is the main hotel which sits between Suria KLCC and Kuala Lumpur convention centre. Traders Hotel connects directly with the convention centre.
Pictures of KLCC and surroundings
Here are some pictures of the KLCC and its surrounding areas.
Petronas Twin Towers
Here are some pictures of the Petronas Twin Towers and its surrounding areas.
Here are some pictures of the Suria KLCC shopping mall and its surrounding areas.
Here are some pictures of the KLCC Park and its surrounding areas.
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