Petronas Towers

The Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These twin towers are the tallest towers in the world. The tower is a major economic facility. The towers were finished in 1998 in the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These towers show how the different countries have shaped the modern economy. These towers were made to increase the economy and increase trade. The towers shape has stayed the same, but as the economy grew there have been more people that are now working at the towers. The artifact shows how the different cultures that have come and helped the economy. The artifact is good for society because it shows how modernized the country has become. It is important to the identity of Malaysia because it shows how the economy has grown and is using all the influences from other cultures. There is no issue of class or race at this building; it is a central place to run the economy for Malaysia. In ten or twenty years the artifact will remain the same and will be able to help the economy for years to come.

“Petronas Towers.” The Skyscraper Museum. Web. 02 May 2012. <;

“Petronas Towers.” Photograph. Zeempblog. N.p, N.d. Web. o2 May 2012.

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