Kuala Lumpur

A visit to the spooky side of Kuala Lumpur

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The Batu caves are one of the unique geographical featured attractions of Malaysia. These caves are on a limestone hill and it also accommodates cave temples. This attraction is a home to three caves which houses the Hindu temple shrines and temple, which attracts numerous visitors. The temple remains crowded mainly during the annual Hindu Festival of Thaipusam. The main attractions of these caves are the gigantic statue of the Hindu God. There is a steep staircase of 272 steps which has to be climbed to enjoy the amazing view of the skyline of the city center. The visitors can also witness some monkeys jumping around the caves, some paintings of the scenes of Hindu Gods in the Ramayana Cave. The caves also offer a rock climbing experience to the adventure lovers.

See also : See the rare natural Fireflies phenomenon at Kampung Kuantan Firefly Park

Timings: The caves open at 6:00am to 09:00pm daily.

Address: Batu Caves, Sri Subramaniam Temple, Kuala Lumpur 68100, Malaysia.

How to reach: The most convenient way to reach Batu Caves is by taking the KTM commuter train from KL Sentral station to the Sentul Station. "

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