Sadly, I think mine was the Twin Towers when the guy in the lift said jokingly"if one of these falls, so does the other", with a big smile......the lift in there was incredible -FAST but a weird feeling.
I really don't like heights so avoid high buildings. When I was a kid my parents took us up to the top floor of a building in Sydney that I think was called Australia Tower. I froze when I looked out of the windows to the ground!
the Petronis Towers in Kuala Lumpur. Well worth the wait to see it and the video beforehand is fascinating. Wonderful views from the bridge albeit a bit scarey standing on a platform between two buildings. Get a coffee before you stand in the queue from Starbucks.
Pfuit, We were in KL for a wedding in Nov '95, but we didn't go to the Towers.
Sorry, I'll NEVER venture into Starbucks. I'm surprised it's still going!
'They are' slowly closing them down in Sydney, Australia. Someone told me the coffee was awful, but I guess it's just what 1 gets used too.
Donjo, do you mean that gold coloured thing, called the Sydney Tower? I've been up that thing twice, once on a 2 for 1 deal. Once with a school friend from the country, & another time with my husband. I wouldn't bother going again. I'm glad you enjoyed it though!
I have been to the Eureka tower in Melbourne and the one in Auckland. One of these is the highest in the southern hemisphere. When we were in the one in Auckland, there were people base jumping from it, so maybe this is the tallest. There is a clock counting down to the next jumper. Was interesting seeing people jumping down in front of us. No. It's not suicide!!!