Was worth the visit, be prepared for the 272 steps to the cave Not currently a lot to see/do in the cave but clear to see renovations are ongoing Fun feeding peanuts to the monkeys
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To go there take a tram from KL Central. Caves are just a few steps from train station. If you want to go there, you have to climb around 300 steps to reach Dark Cave and Temple Cave. Temple Cave is for free, entrance to...More
This trip takes around from Kuala Lumpur to batu caves about 15minutes drives. This place is famous it's call the gold standing Buddha. Everyone knows this place coz it's call the biggest celebration for Hindu. This temple have many steps to walk up to the...More
The statue is nice, but wait until you see the caves... OMG! First lit up cave is free to enter, and is impressive enough in itself, but what I consider the main attraction here is the DARK CAVE. The tour of the dark cave is...More
I went there from Subang Jaya by train just one ride. Beautiful cave after climbing those staircases. There's some restaurant also.
Batu is one of the sites you should visit when in KL at least once, and more so for the feel of the Hindu culture. Although relatively average, the giant golden statue of Lord Murugan itself is stunning and the natural cave (including the little...More
Get fit before climbing those staircases, or just take a break once in a while! Beautiful caves, definitely worth the sweat. Avoid holding food or any small stuff and always keep an eye on the monkeys. They try to get your attention, like to steal...More
This is something that you just have to do when you come to Kuala Lumpur but is still very good. It's really accessible via the metro and is pretty cheap too. We came around midday and it was busy so I guess if you come...More
The main cave and smaller cave are both religious shrines. The main cave is currently under redevelopment while the smaller one is complete, to me it has lost any form of symbolism as it is clearly done for the tourists and looks super tacky. The...More