CTBUH Gold Member

KLCC (Holdings) Sdn Bhd

About

Member Since: 1995

Member Offices: Kuala Lumpur

Website: http://www.klcc.com.my/Pages/default.aspx

KLCC (Holdings) Sdn Bhd (KLCCH), a property investment and holding company of KLCC Group, develops and manages real estate properties in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre and Putrajaya, Malaysia’s administrative capital. KLCCH is the Master Developer of the 100-acre prime land in the commercial hub of Kuala Lumpur which is home to the 452-metre PETRONAS Twin Towers, the world’s tallest twin towers and distinctive international standard buildings. It manages KLCC Park, a 50-acre public park which serves as a green lung and a functional showpiece, to integrate and harmonise the office towers, retail complex, hotels, residential buildings, entertainment, and recreation amenities within the KLCC development. As the property arm of PETRONAS, KLCCH is entrusted to fully develop KLCC and Putrajaya into a modern, functional and trend-setter development.

Incorporated on 30 January 1989, KLCCH and its related subsidiaries, comprising over forty companies, are principally engaged in property investment and development, project management, management services, and manages its own district cooling plants to supply chilled water and electricity to the assets within KLCC Development and Putrajaya.

With unwavering passion for creating exceptional values, KLCCH brings unparalleled experiences and vision to life via its iconic developments in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre and Putrajaya. KLCCH has redefined the art of city planning, orchestrating an urban symphony where modernity seamlessly intertwines with cultural heritage. With over two decades of building vibrant and functional spaces and unique experiences, KLCCH continues to rise to the challenge to create impactful presence and deliver positive outcomes for a sustainable future.

History of the Company
KLCCH was incorporated on 30 January 1989 under the Act as a private limited company under the name Seri Kuda Sdn Bhd. It changed its name to KLCCH on 2 March 1993. On 14 July 1997, KLCCH was converted to a public limited company.

In 2004, KLCCH divested its interest in various companies which collectively own the completed buildings namely, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Suria KLCC, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, Menara ExxonMobil and two vacant lots located at KLCC, to KLCC Property Holdings Berhad. On 8 November 2005, KLCCH changed its status again to a private limited company and currently operates as a 100% owned subsidiary of PETRONAS.

Fields of Expertise

Developer; Financial Industry; Owner (Buildings, Land)

Buildings

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

RANK
Name
Height
2 Petronas Twin Tower 1

452 m / 1,483 ft

2 Petronas Twin Tower 2

452 m / 1,483 ft

5 Dayabumi

290 m / 953 ft

6 Permata Sapura Tower

253 m / 828 ft

7 Kompleks Dayabumi

157 m / 515 ft

8 The Binjai On The Park 2

154 m

505 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 45 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 9,227 other buildings of the same Residential function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.
9 The Binjai On The Park 1

150 m

492 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 44 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 9,227 other buildings of the same Residential function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.
10 Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur

130 m

427 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 34 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 1,190 other buildings of the same Hotel function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.
11 Menara ExxonMobil

125 m / 410 ft

Building Completions Timeline

Videos

09 April 2019

Panel Discussion: What Makes an Award-Winning Tall Building?

The expanded CTBUH Awards Program embraces the full breadth of interdisciplinary work that brings tall buildings to life, and sustains and prolongs their life cycles....

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Research

20 March 2020

Interactive Study on The Tallest 20 in 2020: Then and Now

This research paper undertakes a review of the 2012 report by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, “Tallest 20 in 2020: Entering the...

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Global News

23 August 2019

Tower M, a 145-Story Skyscraper, is Planned for Kuala Lumpur

The Petronas Twin Towers, may lose its title as Malaysia’s tallest building(s), when The Exchange 106 and Menara PNB 118 are completed in Kuala Lumpur....

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Associated companies

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

RANK
Name
Height
1 Tower M

700 m / 2,297 ft

2 Petronas Twin Tower 1

452 m / 1,483 ft

2 Petronas Twin Tower 2

452 m / 1,483 ft

4 Fairmont Kuala Lumpur Tower 1

370 m / 1,214 ft

5 Dayabumi

290 m / 953 ft

6 Permata Sapura Tower

253 m / 828 ft

7 Kompleks Dayabumi

157 m / 515 ft

8 The Binjai On The Park 2

154 m

505 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 45 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 9,227 other buildings of the same Residential function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.
9 The Binjai On The Park 1

150 m

492 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 44 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 9,227 other buildings of the same Residential function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.
10 Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur

130 m

427 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 34 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 1,190 other buildings of the same Hotel function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.
11 Menara ExxonMobil

125 m / 410 ft

12 East Gate Tower

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Statistics

Average Building Age*

21 Years

Most Common Function*

Office (67%)

Most Common Material*

Composite (67%)

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database

Based on 6 buildings over 150 m height with a function
 
Based on 6 buildings over 150 m height with a material
 

Building Completions Timeline

Building Map

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

Designated Experts

Ctbuh Leaders At KLCC (Holdings) Sdn Bhd

CTBUH Awards Best Tall Building Asia Jury, 2024

Datuk Md. Shah Mahmood

09 April 2019

Panel Discussion: What Makes an Award-Winning Tall Building?

The expanded CTBUH Awards Program embraces the full breadth of interdisciplinary work that brings tall buildings to life, and sustains and prolongs their life cycles....

30 October 2017

Rethinking CTBUH's Height Criteria in the Context of Tall Timber

Recent developments in the design and construction of progressively taller buildings using engineered timber as a structural material raise important questions about the language that...

16 March 2017

Building Tall Skyscraper Lecture Series: How High Can We Go?

Thursday, March 16, 2017. Chicago, United States of America. Hosted in collaboration with the Chicago Architecture Foundation, the first lecture of the series Building Tall...

18 October 2016

CTBUH Video Interview – Hashimah Hashim

Hashimah Hashim of KLCC Property Holdings Berhad is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2016 CTBUH China Conference. Hashimah discusses the master planning and development...

18 October 2016

CTBUH Video Interview – Jon Pickard

Jon Pickard of Pickard Chilton is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2016 CTBUH China Conference. Jon discusses the local economic impacts of tall buildings.

18 October 2016

CTBUH 2016 China Conference - Panel,"Tall Buildings and Context: How High Can We Go and Why Should We?"

Tuesday, October 18, 2016. Shenzhen, China. Ron Klemencic, Magnusson Klemencic Associates; Karl Almstead, Turner Construction Company; Andrew Nicholson, CBRE; Jon Pickard, Pickard Chilton; Ian Smith,...

17 October 2016

Mega Size Mixed-Use Projects: Redefining Vertical Urbanism

Monday October 17, 2016. Shenzhen, China. Dennis Poon of Thornton Tomasetti, presents at the 2016 China Conference Session 4c: Structural & Geotechnic Engineering. As the...

16 October 2016

CTBUH Video Interview – Karl Fender

Karl Fender of Fender Katsalidis Architects is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2016 CTBUH China Conference. Karl discusses the design concept for Merdeka PNB118...

27 October 2015

Interview: Faudziah Ibrahim

Faudziah Ibrahim of KLCC is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2015 CTBUH New York Conference at the Grand Hyatt New York. Faudziah discusses Vision...

26 October 2015

Petronas Towers and KLCC: Urban Catalyst

This presentation examines the role of skyscrapers in a well-planned mixed commercial development that is not driven by speculative short-term investment goals in revamping the...

20 March 2020

Interactive Study on The Tallest 20 in 2020: Then and Now

CTBUH Research

This research paper undertakes a review of the 2012 report by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, “Tallest 20 in 2020: Entering the...

28 October 2019

Fifty Years of Fire Safety In Supertall Buildings

Peter Weismantle, AS+GG; James Antell, Telgian Engineering & Consulting

As international design teams participated in the development of high-rise structures around the world, many of the concepts of fire-safe design first introduced in the...

14 March 2019

Conjoined Tower Structures for Mile-High Tall Buildings

Kyoung Sun Moon, Yale University

Tall buildings are one of the most viable solutions to deal with the global phenomenon of rapid population increase and urbanization. While tall buildings are...

30 July 2018

World’s Tallest Buildings with Dampers

CTBUH Research

As tall buildings continue to be built in seismically-active and cyclone-prone areas, the need to augment the structures of these buildings with dynamic modification devices...

23 August 2019

Tower M, a 145-Story Skyscraper, is Planned for Kuala Lumpur

The Petronas Twin Towers, may lose its title as Malaysia’s tallest building(s), when The Exchange 106 and Menara PNB 118 are completed in Kuala Lumpur....

CTBUH Initiatives Involving KLCC Property Holdings Berhad

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 October 2016

The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous disciplines as derived from the list of projects appearing in 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.

CTBUH Malaysia: How to Improve Design and Build Efficiency

21 July 2016

CTBUH Malaysia held its inaugural event in the Malaysian Petroleum Club at Petronas Towers, kindly supported by KLCC and Turner International Malaysia.