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All reviews kl sentral be careful golden statue worth a visit hindu temple dark cave steep steps train station main cave huge statue take your time worth the climb worth the effort wild monkeys last stop early in the morning caves
GIRLS MUST COVER THEIR KNEES. Can rent a sari/wrap for RM5, with a refund of RM2 upon return.
Wow! Such an amazing awe inspiring place.
Fantastic views and amazing colours from the temples and stairs!
Yes there are quite a few steps, but take it...More
Awesome to see, we went the day after the large Hindu festival and pilgrimage. It was very dirty and garbage was littered everywhere. But we expected that as half a million people were there the day before. Alot of stairs, but amazing views
Early morning best time to visit to avoid the crowds. Dont let the steps put you off it is not difficult and plenty of opportunities to rest and take photos. The caves are big and once inside there are more steps if you want to...More
We went there on a Sunday and had to drive through a long queue for exit on the highway towards caves. The traffic jam was for parking the cars. There are 270 dd steps to the caves and temple. The steps were easy and you...More
Majestic view and temples awaits you at the top if it. Each step on its colourful stairs is worth it once you reached the top. Just beware of the friendly monkeys as they grab food they see, better if you can intentionally give some to...More
This is a very interesting place! The stairs seem endless but are colorful and manageable. There are monkeys along the walk up/down that seem to fascinate the tourists. Inside the caves are more temples and shrines. People aren't as reverent as they probably should be....More
It was a sunny day when we visited Batu Caves in Gombak Station, where all nationalities go and visit a remarkable place. Although the cave is somewhat tiring to walk up to... also the smell of Monkey pee inside, it is still worth it to...More
No matter what is your transportation here, you are not prepared for the visual image presented before you. The degree of colors is so unexpected. Built in 1891. The golden statue of Murugan is humbling. The 272 steps are like climbing through a big box...More