Six Photo Spots Created for Postcard Shots of Petronas Twin Towers – One of the World’s Tallest Buildings

Press Room > 2009

Dato Ahmad Fuad Ismail, Mayor of Kuala Lumpur (third from right) and senior executives of KLCC Holdings Sdn Bhd and ladies in traditional costumes of Malaysia.

To make Kuala Lumpur a picturesque city and for tourists to bring back fond memories of their visit, the City Hall has located six new photo spots at the KLCC Park. These spots provide a better photo opportunity of the Petronas Twin Towers.

“There is a lot of good scenery in our city. We have beautiful parks and gardens, and even creative architecture that will make good photographs. Tourists will take back these pictures and show their friends, and this will promote the city by word of mouth. Helping them to take good photos in this way will definitely benefit the promotion of Kuala Lumpur. I would encourage more efforts like this, it shows that we are proud of our city,” said Dato Ahmad Fuad, Mayor of Kuala Lumpur.

The 50-acre KLCC Park is designed as an urban sanctuary to showcase the heritage of the city’s tropical greenery by integrating man’s creation with nature, offering a calm and harmonious environment in the midst of the bustling city. Within the park are symphony fountains, a jogging tract, children’s pool and playground. The park is open to the public daily from 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.