Twin Towers, Malaysia

The Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia rise to a height of about 452 m (including spires). They are constructed using steel reinforced concrete, steel and glass. They are interesting in that there is a skybridge beween the two towers, open to visitors and at a height of 170 m. The bridge, made of steel, also helps to stablise the verticality of the towers.

Photographs courtesy of Dr Shgh Woei (Steve) Ooi, GIFT, POSTECH.

The Twin-Towers in Malaysia
The Twin-Towers in Malaysia
The Twin-Towers in Malaysia
The Twin-Towers in Malaysia
Steve Ooi and Weiwei, who provided the photographs

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