The Petronas Towers (also known as the Petronas Twin Towers), in Kuala Lumpur, The Petronas Towers are currently the tallest twin towers in the world,
The Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lampur, Malaysia is generally accepted as the world's tallest building.
The towering skyscrapers of the central district, Hong Kong.
Built of steel-reinforced concrete columns clad in stainless steel and glass, with a design based on geometric patterns originating in ancient Islam, the 88-story buildings are connected at levels 41 and 42 by a double-decker pedestrian skybridge, and each tower is surmounted by a 242-ft-high (74-m) pinnacle.
Even though the Sears Towers, without antennas, is taller than the Petronas Towers, without poles, experts include the poles in measurement and not Sear's antennas because the poles are considered an important architectural design to the towers.
The twin towers, with 110 floors rising 1353 feet, (are) the tallest in the world.
At the lower level, the Petronas Towers also include a concert hall that is home to the Malaysian Philharmonic and a business reference library.