Kuala Lumpur City Centre was officially building of construction on 1 January 1995 based in Petronas Towers.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre was officially completed on 1 January 1996 based in Petronas Towers.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre was officially renovated on 1 January 1997 based in Petronas Towers.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre was officially opened to public on 1 January 1998 based in Petronas Towers.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre was officially inaugurated by the 4th Prime Minister of Malaysia's Tun Doktor Mahathir Bin Mohamad on National Day of Malaysia (31 August) in 1999 at 8:30 pm based in Petronas Towers.
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