We reached Batu caves @ around 4:30 pm. It has no entry fees. The Batu caves are one of the must visited places in Malaysia. We spent almost 3 hours there.After that we had our dinner there @ Rani Restaurant that was pure vegetarian restro. Finally we headed back to our hotel via metro.After some rest we walked towards nearby famous market Bukit Bintang famous for shopaholics and Chinatown with enriched non vegetarian dishes . After that we headed back and our day ended with memories
Batu caves is a religious place with the Murugan statue. We are supposed to climb a particular number of stairs in order to visit the temple. There is also cave villa, where a ticket of RM7.5 needs to be purchased, to witness the sceneries. It has a bridge on a lake and fishes around. Fish food can be purchased and the fishes can be fed. Couple of peacocks can also be found there. They are left open. Pigeons are an attraction at Batu caves and they can be seen in large numbers.
Batu Caves Tour: It's a 5-hour excursion that includes a trip to the 'Aboriginal Museum', a museum that displays all lives and traditions of the original Malaysian tribes. And later to Batu Caves, which is a limestone outcrop with three main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines. It's a steep 272-step climb that brings you to the best viewpoint to observe the skyline of Kuala Lumpur.
Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in the Gombak district, 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu, which flows past the hill.