As soon as we got off the bus at KLCC, we went straight to Suria KLCC Mall located at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers. Walking under the imposing twin spires was exhilarating as ever. I was still awed by the Petronas Twin Towers even though it has already been overthrown as the “tallest building in the world” and continue to drop in rank among the world’s tallest. I still marvel at its beautiful architecture – an awe-inspiring blend of steel and glass in a well-balanced fusion of curves and edges. We spent most of our time taking photos of the Petronas Twin Towers during our stop at the KLCC. There wasn’t anything remarkable with the mall itself. The Philippines has been blessed with best “mall experience” in the region, in my opinion.

Getting to Suria KLCC Mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Two Filipino designers: Deejay Cerico and  Dominic Saibo took part in the architectural design of the Petronas Twin Towers

A legacy of the Malaysian people to the world.

Loved the clean curves and polished look. 

Breathtaking view looking up the twin towers.

Me and the transcendent spires of KL’s Twin Towers. The pointed spires reflect man’s aspiration to reach the heavens.

The chandeliers of the main lobby was another element that I loved!  

The twin chandeliers is reminiscent of the over-all star-like floor plan of the towers. In Islamic culture, the shape of eight-pointed stars reflects unity within unity, harmony, stability and rationality.

We ate lunch at the Suria KLCC. An excellent food court was located at the 4th floor with a nice selection of affordable Malaysian food. There were a lot of delicious local dishes to choose from.

Lunch at the food court of Suria KLCC 

Schezuan fried rice. Spicy friend rice mixed with egg and veggies. Except for its spiciness, nothing too remarkable.

Char kway teow. Stir-fried ricecake strips. My first time to eat CKT :) Yum!