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Believe me, it’s worth the walk up the stairs to see the monkeys, bats, spiders, more monkeys, and the caves. But don’t leave without doing the dark cave tour. It’s spectacular and very educational. Nothing will jump out at you...we’ll, maybe not:)
Definitely go to Batu Caves while in KL (no need for a tour guide).
1. Go early in the morning to beat the crowds and the heat (it starts to get crowded around 10).
2. Take the train to Batu Caves (Line 1, about 3RM...More
Unfortunately there is construction work going on just now at batu caves and so the view is disrupted with blue sheets :( ! They must be repainting all of the colourful parts through the entire batu caves. Therefore ruined the true effects of the caves....More
we went there by a one day tour which included Genting highland and Batu Caves
in the first look you tell yourself, what an amazing place and i heard that there are so many monkeys playing around having fun with tourists that is why i...More
It was nice experience to finally see Batu caves with my own eyes, there are a lot of steps so make sure you wear some comfortable shoes. Just a bit unfortunate with the timing as there is currently quite a lot of construction work going...More
I took the KTM train there.. it was 15 min late and slow but it was cheap and drops you off right at the base. Lots of shops in the area. The cave is Fred to enter after climbing the staircase and viewing can be...More
It's a place which can be easily reached by train from KL Sentral Station. It is one of the popular places to visit in near Kuala Lumpur. It contains few temples. One at the base of the mountains with large size idols at the bottom...More
One of the best attractions of KL, should not be called an attraction as it is a Hindu temple which is built so beautifully that it became a tourist attraction in itself. A huge golden statue of Lord Murugan is what attracts the tourists. But...More