One's bucket list often includes bungee-jumping in the buff, swimming with sharks, and buckets. Today’s Groupon checks off practical ones with a buffet lunch package at revolving restaurant @ KL Tower, with observation deck access and entrance tickets to Blue Coral Aquarium and Animal Zone @ KL Tower in Kuala Lumpur. Choose from:
- Package for 1 child (aged 5 – 12) for RM78 instead of RM132
- Package for 1 adult (aged 13 and above) for RM98 instead of RM165
- International and Malaysian lunch buffet for 1 person at revolving restaurant @ KL Tower
- Observation deck access
- Blue Coral Aquarium ticket
- Animal Zone ticket
- Complimentary fruit cordial punch per diner
Hover over the bustling Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur as feasts of local and international buffet tickle taste buds with robust embodiment of herbs and spices. Softly aglow with overhead fibre optic lights lining 360ᵒ-view floating chambers, ornate centre spread decked with polished glass and pixel-perfect partition accompanies wistful dining amongst genial companies and benign clouds.
Encased within one of the world’s tallest towers, winding halls of gulf, reef and barriers house international stars from depths of Fiji, Hawaii, the Caribbean, and more while offering tours and educational trips to family groups or bands of friends. Hop over to animal zones as views of snakes, frogs, monkeys, rabbits, turtles, and more put 3D nature documentaries to shame.
Photography is allowed, but video recording is strictly prohibited.
Atmosphere 360ᵒ Restaurant: Had a lovely table by the windows. The views are great. You start your meal looking at the daylight view and then finish with a spectacular view of the city lights. staff attentive and friendly. Food buffet, varied and tasty and fresh. Price reasonable considering the views. – Jul 2, 2013
Blue Coral Aquarium: Fishes are among the animals that never failed to fascinate children and gladly I saw that during our trip. Faaz was smiling happily when I asked him to pose with the fishes, and my girls too; cheerful and mesmerized with the movement, colors and uniqueness of those coral fishes! – Jun 17, 2013