It was Sunday, Sophea, Ted, Joanne and I went for photo shooting at KL Tower. It was my first visit after so many years. It costs RM38 per person without time limit.
Too bad the sky turns dark by the time we got up there. Thus all the pictures look dull and low contrast.
KL Tower was built in 1983 — the year I was born completed in 1996. It is the 6th tallest freestanding tower in the world (2009).
I searched Wikipedia and found out that tallest towers are categorised separately from tallest buildings. Maybe it’s because towers do not accommodate spaces from top to bottom like how buildings do.
But in overall, KL Tower is the 17th tallest freestanding structure in the world (2009).
Oh by the way, do you know that Petronas Twin Towers were built by Japanese and Korean contractors? Each built 1 tower. So how do you know which one is built by Japanese and which one by Korean?
It’s simple, look for Kinokuniya. The one on top of Kinokuniya is built by the Japanese.
We waited until 8 PM just to see the 5-minute lighting show.
The lighting show can be seen every Friday, Saturday and Sunday once every hour from 8 PM to 12 midnight. Nothing special I would say. They should project some animation instead.