The Lee Yan Lian Building, which stood as the tallest in the city held the title until it was in turn surpassed by the completion of the 77 m 253 ft 20-story in the city which was built in December 1959,.
They were the tallest buildings in the world until , but still remain the tallest twin buildings.
The jewel of this 100-acre site are the towers.
Central nucleus The only metal frame was discarded in this case due to the unwillingness of Malays to work with steel, the high cost representing importation and the need to minimize vibrations in the tops of the towers builders.
The wall panels and screens are also inspired by hardwood carvings from the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
These lighting levels are becoming increasingly narrow time as the building gets higher up off a kind of beacon located at the base of each pinnacle.