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SkyBar, Traders Hotel

You’ve never fully visited Kuala Lumpur if you didn’t have drinks at SkyBar.  Nestled on the 33rd floor of Traders Hotel, it is a facility with a lap pool by day and transforms into a chic watering hole at night.  It has an amazing view of the city and the iconic Petronas Towers.

The Petronas Towers

We got a sunken booth between the lap pool and the glass window that overlooks everything.  If you are afraid of heights, this will be unnerving!  Try not to fall also on the lap pool beside you.  With just half a meter or so of board to walk on, it would be a challenge for those intoxicated guests.  Sounds fun right?!

The SkyBar

As I sip on my Caipirinha while enjoying the company of my beer drinking friends, I can’t help but to marvel how the “lifestyle of having fun” has changed.  The trend now is to go how far altitude can take you.  Drink, dance and be merry to your heart’s content while you see your world go beneath your feet.

And as I count down the few remaining minutes until my 25th birthday celebration is officially over, I see my future bright… as bright as the lit up twin towers behind me.  I also see this new lifestyle escalating into something even more exciting and of course, I will definitely be there to witness, enjoy and share with you all.

Much love from us! X Stef & Bob

Let’s toast to the good life!


Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur  Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


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