Wednesday, October 24, 2012

On the outskirt of Kuala Lumpur

October 24, 2012

Batu Caves
is one of the top tourist destinations in Malaysia situated at Selangor. A 13km from downtown Kuala Lumpur. It is a series of caves and temples in a limestone hill and said to be around 400 million years old. 

Coordinates:3°14′14.64″N 101°41′2.06″E

KTM Komuter

Inside the KTM Komuter

50ft. tall statue of Hanuman, the noble monkey devotee and aide of Lord Rama.

Decorated Temples

Feeding the pigeons

World’s tallest statue of Murugan ( 42.7m/(140.09 feet ), a Hindu deity.

Hindu Deities

272 numbered concrete steps leading to the main Temple or Cathedral Cave.

Inside Batu Caves

How to get there:
From KL Sentral, you take the KTM Komuter to the last stop, the Batu Caves.

RM1 to Batu Caves/ RM2 to return.

Entrance Fee:

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