The Top made of two sections; Window of The Top and Avenue of Adventures. Each requires separate entrance ticket. Until 31 December 2017, pay with CIMB Credit or Debit cards and entitle for 50% discounts on the fees.
Windows of The Top offers two thrilling experiences to eye’s view Penang. At level 65 there’s air conditioned Observatory Deck featuring a glass walkway to challenge your acrophobia (fear of heights). There’s also souvenirs shop here. And at level 68, there’s an open air Rainbow Skywalk. You can enjoy the scenery here while having meals at Copa Cabana, the highest restaurant in Penang. I shared the entrance fees look like.
- Standard Adult, MYR118
- Standard Children/OKU/Senior Citizen, MYR88
- MyKad Adult, MYR88
- MyKad Children/OKU/Senior Citizen, MYR58
Avenue of Adventures made of various attractions; Jurassic Research Center (most of my photos), 7D Dicsovery Motion Theater (my favorite), Ocean Explorer, Mirror Maze, Musical Carousel, Dragon Regatta, UFC-X (a twirling coaster), Dance OKI and Tongkat Ali Museum. The entrance fees are as follows.
- Standard Adult, MYR150
- Standard Children/OKU/Senior Citizen, MYR100
- MyKad Adult, MYR98
- MyKad Children/OKU/Senior Citizen, MYR50
Personally, to experience Penang at 68 floors higher was quiet thrilling. I enjoyed amazing views of Georgetown, a little bit of Seberang Perai and Straits of Malacca in between them. It’s a rush of satisfaction too when I overcame my fear to walk barefoot on the glass floor at level 65. Pheww!
Conclusion, I recommend every adult to visit the Windows of The Top. Save Avenues of Adventures for the kids. They’re going to love the Jurassic Research Center and the 7D shows. Last but not least, I shared more photos at Level 65 of the Observatory Decks. Mind you, the background in each photos were real time. How amazing every time or everyone may take photo of the same spot but the background may turn out different.
Photos: Taken by Me
Location: The Top, Komtar, Penang