I went there last month and was awe with the very tall nice statue, then inside of the main cave was also so impressive... really huuuggeee room. I wasn't surprised with the bad smell that stuck inside of the cave since a lot of people...More
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I lovely half day out to visit Batu Caves. I would avoid feeding the monkeys as some can get quite violent. Be prepared for lots of stairs to make it up to the top. Easily accessible by public transport from the city centre for convenience....More
I did not expect to see Hinduism structure in Malaysia since the country is mainly muslim. This place is really amazing! The harmony of the cave and manmade structures is fantastic. Plus, enjoy free admission!
The cave has a big statue at the entrance. then you have to take around 250+ steps to reach the mouth of the cave. Once in you will be greeted by smell of poop and some construction is going on there. There is 1 temple...More
My wife and I paid a visit to the Batu Caves and were not disappointed. We were a bit uncertain about the 272 steps to be climbed, but it worked out well. I even carried a brick to the top in an effort to aid...More
Batu caves are a bit rough around the edges but they're good if you want a few carefully chosen photo opportunities - but don't get too excited if you've been to temples before. There was lots of construction going on and it was busy on...More
this is trully amazing place to visit. lot's of expressions. tallest god & very beautiful surrounding. easy to reach via comfortable train. will enjoy 2-3 hours here and will get nice selfies.